Berthe-Evelyne Agbo

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Berthe-Evelyne Agbo is a writer from Benin who has published poems in French.[1][2]

As a young child, Berthe-Evelyne Agbo lived in Saint-Louis, Senegal. She received primary and secondary education in Touraine, France before attending Université de Dakar. She has subsequently lived in France.[3]

Publications[edit]

Emois de femmes (Poèmes, 1980–1982) Sénégal: Les Nouvelles Editions du Sénégal (1997) (47p.) (in French) (ISBN 2723611116)[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Berthe-Evelyne AGBO, African Literature, Africa and Women Writers, Discipline of European Languages and Studies, French, University of Western Australia, July 4, 2002, accessed June 7, 2010
  2. ^ Les livres et le Bénin, Association Vidome (January 15, 2005)(in French), retrieved June 7, 2010 (Agbo is cited as one of a few examples of female writers from Benin, where writing has previously been dominated by males, and noting that she was published in France)
  3. ^ Library of Congress name authority file
  4. ^ Azodo, Ada U. “Emois de femme: Méditations poétiques d'Évelyne-Berthe Agbo." In: Palabres. Volume spéciale, Textes réunis et présentés par Irène Assiba d'Almeida. Ed. Dr. Komlan Sélom Gbanou. (Bayreuth) 2001. 302-307.