Michèle Rakotoson

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Michèle Rakotoson (born 1948) is a writer, journalist, and film maker from Madagascar. Her novels include Dadabé. Since 1983, she has lived mainly in France.


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  1. ^ Thérèse Migraine-George - African women and representation: from performance to politics 2008 "In her play, La Maison morte (The Dead House) (1991), the Madagascan writer Michele Rakotoson describes the end of the reign of a President-Dictator, Randriambe. Both his wife and daughter criticize him for his violent and deadly actions"


  • Hughes, A. (2001). Encyclopedia of Contemporary French Culture (Encyclopedias of Contemporary Culture). Routledge. ISBN 0-415-26354-9 - p. 247

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