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Félix Morisseau-Leroy prezante "Dyakout" (pwezi) - (entwodiksyon Michel Soukar)

Félix Morisseau-Leroy prezante "Dyakout" (pwezi) - (entwodiksyon Michel Soukar)

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Michel Soukar.

Félix Morisseau-Leroy presents poems from his "Dyakout" collections (#2, #1) with introduction by Michel Soukar.

Félix Morisseau-Leroy (13 March 1912 – 5 September 1998), was a Haitian writer who wrote in Haitian Créole for poetry and plays, the first significant writer to do so. By 1961 he succeeded in having Créole recognized as an official language of Haiti, after expanding its teaching in schools and use in creative literature. Morisseau also published works on French, Haitian Créole and Haitian French literature. He worked internationally, encouraging the development of national literature in post-colonial Ghana and Senegal. In 1981 he settled in Miami, Florida, where he was influential in uniting the Haitian community around Créole and encouraged its study in academia.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F%C3%A9lix_Morisseau-Leroy

Kreyol: http://kreyol.org/ekriven/moriso/moriso.php
Français: http://www.lehman.cuny.edu/ile.en.ile/paroles/morisolewa.htm

Comments

Garvey Musumunu

Bèl pwezi. Mwen santi tankou li te ekri li jis pou mwen

Yanite Pierre Louis

It's like he wrote them yesterday,they reflect the ongoing debate about his county.

Henry Anthonius

Wow WOW, lite bon anpil hmmm , oukwè yo konprann

Henry Anthonius

Ah WI Sa s'on bon kréyòlizan ,mrenmen touch Li yo , pwenl touche yo fò

Clarck Boukman

Lang se Miwa yon sosyete,yon moun ki ap anseye nan yon lang etranje,se yon moun ki dekonekte de kilti l.Bravo Morisseau,repoze an silans.