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Charly Mbock


Charly Mbock was born in Makaï in 1950. He studied at the University of Paris, focussing on literature and anthropology. He has worked as a lecturer in the academic world and a researcher. In 2002 he was elected as a member of the Cameroonian parliament. He has subsequently held senior intergovernmental posts and academic posts.

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Charly Gabriel Mbock (in French)
Charly Gabriel Mbock (in French)
His blog (long since defunct – in French)


1978 Le monde s’effondre de Chinua Achebe (literature)
1978 Quand saigne le palmier [When the Palm Tree Bleeds] (novel)
1980 Le soupçon, (story)
1984 La Croix du coeur (novel)
1985 Cameroun, l’intention démocratique (politics)
1990 Cameroun : le défi libéral (poltiics)
1992 Comprendre “Ville cruelle” d’Eza Boto (literature)
1999 Le chant du signe : essai d’anthropologie de l’orature (anthropology)
1990 Et tu seras ma veuve (novel)
2010 Décoloniser la France (politics)