This study tries to understand what vision of migration emerges from the voices of some of the most significant French-speaking African poets. If, on one hand, they reveal a complex universe, but centered on France, on the other hand, they move away from it because of fear and doubt, nostalgia and suffering, and thus succeed in deeply exploring the changes taking place. This approach focuses first on the African poetic production that precedes Independence and then moves on to the poems that follow a similar event. For all the authors examined, poetry is an essential element in the expression of the anxieties of human experience.
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