Travels In The Congo by André Gide

"Travels in the Congo" is a travelogue that recounts the author's journey through the French Congo in the early 20th century. The narrative provides a detailed account of the landscapes, people, and colonial practices encountered during the expedition. The author critically examines the impact of French colonialism on the indigenous populations, highlighting the exploitation and injustices faced by the native people. Through vivid descriptions and reflective insights, the book not only serves as a record of a personal adventure but also as a commentary on the broader political and social issues of the time.

The 5545th greatest book of all time


Published
1927
Nationality
French
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
300-400
Words
Unknown
Original Language
French

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