A young man corrected for his idleness


Par Philippe Dzek Amevigbe

Thème : Roman de société / actualité

Format : Roman (134x204)

Nombre de pages : 34

Date de publication : 16/05/2018

ISBN : 9782414201068


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“This evening, the atmosphere was an enthusiastic twilight. Afia, the mother of the modest family, while spying on Mewa, her only son who could eventually leave the house as he was used to, prepared a rich dinner to dissuade him. The latter, conscious of the situation, suddenly changed his attitude to take an interest in her. Who did not know this young man in this family! He who was so passionate about an idle life outside the home that he missed three times his baccalaureate. Only his mother was worried about it, perhaps some compassionate neighbors who were bitterly criticized by Tounou, the father of the family, who thought they were dishonoring his family. According to him, the only child lacked unknown, and would have for his future, so why bother him to work? This spirit was never ending discussions at home because the far-sighted mother felt a miserable life after the death of one of them.”

Biographie de Philippe Dzek Amevigbe

Philippe Dzek Amevigbe, Doctor of education, writer and researcher was born on the 1st of November 1938 in Danyi in the Togolese Republic. After The scientific baccalaureate, he was trained as a junior high school teacher in the English-French session and by correspondence in the art of writing at “Ecole ABC” in Paris. Subsequently, the school ‘inspector training at Saint-Cloud in Paris, internships in Belgium, France on the teaching of French as a second language, in Montreal (Canada) in the manufacture of teaching materials and the doctoral training courses in sciences of education under the aegis of the University of Laval have enhanced his skills. From then on, he is devoted to research and writing.

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