Jeannette D. Ahonsou

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Jeannette Délali Ahonsou-Abotsi (born 1954 in Lavie, Togo) is a Togolese novelist. She holds an English Degree from the University of Benin (current University of Lomé) and is a retired English instructor. She has two published books, Une Longue Histoire, which earned her the Prix Littéraire France-Togo in 1995,[1][2] and Le Trophee de Cristal published in 2005.[3]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Ahonsu, Jeannette (1999). Une Longue Histoire (in French). Lomé: Editions Akpagnon. ISBN 2-86427-054-4. 
  • —— (2005). Le Trophee de Cristal (in French). Lomé: Les Editions de la Rose Bleue. ISBN 2-914567-07-3. 

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Association France Togo–Prix Littéraire". Association France Togo. Retrieved 8 February 2010. 
  2. ^ Jeannette AHONSOU-ABOTSI, Reading Women Writers and African Literatures, University of Western Australia
  3. ^ Anyinefa, Koffi (March 2008). "Echoes of Togo (Le Trophée de Cristal review)". Haverford College.