Clive Wake

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Clive Wake is a critic, editor and translator of modern African and French literature.

Born in Cape Town, Clive Wake studied at Cape Town University and the Sorbonne. He taught at the University of Rhodesia, and the University of Kent at Canterbury, where he is Emeritus Professor of French and African Literature.[1] He served as Lord Mayor of Canterbury for the Liberal Democrats party and was Vice-Chancellor of Chaucer College Canterbury.

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  1. ^ Sony Lab'Ou Tansi, The Seven Solitudes of Lorsa Lopez , 1995, p. 1.

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