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Woman

Frédéric Marcelin

Frédéric Marcelin te fèt nan janvye 1848 e  te antre nan lavi politik ayisyen lè li te 19 lè li te sipoze pozisyon tankou Sekretè Legasyon nan Washington, DC. Nan fen diznevyèm syèk la, Marcelin te yon manm nan Pati Nasyonal. Marcelin te pibliye twa travay selebre soti nan 1900-1903, dènye a ki te rele Marilisse. Marcelin te mouri nan Paris nan 1917.

Frédéric Marcelin, Marilisse (1903) (via Google Books) or (via Hathi Trust)

—–, Bric-a-brac (1910) (via Hathi Trust)

Antoine Innocent

Antoine Innocent was born in Port-au-Prince in 1873.  After completing his studies at the prestigious Lycée Aledandre Pétion de Port-au-Prince, Innocent became a professor of French history at his alma mater and contributed to the literary journal La Ronde.  After serving as Secretary of the Senate of the Republic for nearly 30 years, Innocent died in Port-au-Prince in 1960.

Antoine Innocent te fèt nan Pòtoprens nan 1873. Apre li te fin syans l ‘nan prestijye Lycée Aledandre Pétion de Pòtoprens a, Innocent te vin tounen yon pwofesè nan istwa franse nan menm lekòl e li te kontribye nan jounal literè La Ronde. Apre sèvi tankou Sekretè Sena Repiblik la pou prèske 30 ane, Innocent te mouri nan Pòtoprens nan 1960.

Antoine Innocent, Mimola, ou L’histoire d’une cassette (1906) (via Google Books)

Justin Lhérisson

Justin Lhérisson te fèt nan 1872 e li te yon avoka, edikatè ak ekriven. Petèt pi byen konnen pou ekri tèks im nasyonal ayisyen an, La Dessalinienne, Innocent tou te pibliye de woman siksè woman – La Famille des Pititecaille ak Zoune Chez sa Ninnaine, anvan li te mouri nan 1907.

Justin Lhérisson, Zoune chez sa Ninnaine (1906) (via Hathi Trust)

Fernand Hibbert

Fernand Hibbert te fèt nan Miragoâne nan 1873. Apre li te syans l ‘nan Paris, Hibbert te retounen nan Ayiti kote li te antre nan politik ak te kòmanse karyè li tankou yon ekriven. Pi byen konnen pou travay tankou Romulus, Sena, ak Masques et Visages, Hibbert te tou yon kontribitè aktif nan jounal La Revue de la Ligue de la jeunesse haïtienne pandan okipasyon ameriken an nan peyi a nan 1915-1934.

Fernand Hibbert, Romulus (1908) (via Hathi Trust) or (via Google Books)

—–, Masques et visages (1910) (via Digital Library of the Caribbean)

Annie Desroy, Le Joug (1934) (In PDF, 5.0 MB)

Constantin Mayard, Haïti, conférence prononcée le 28 janvier 1934 pour inaugurer la session annuelle de l’Œuvre des Isolés Coloniaux (1934) (via Gallica Bibliothèque Numérique)

Jacques Stephen Alexis, Les Arbres musiciens (1957) (Online Consultation via Gallimard)

Youn nan woman klasik ayisyen modèn.

Carl Brouard, Pages retrouvées (1963) (via Digital Library of the Caribbean)

Pwezi

Georges Sylvain, Cric ? Crac ! (1901) (via Digital Library of the Caribbean)

Etzer Vilaire, Page d’amour (1901) (via Digital Library of the Caribbean)

—–, Poésies complètes (tome 1) (1914) (via Hathi Trust)

—–, Poésies complètes (tome 2) (1919) (via Hathi Trust)

—–, Poésies complètes (tome 3) (1919) (via Hathi Trust)

Edmond Laforest, Sonnets-Médaillons du dix-neuvième siècle (1910) (via Hathi Trust)

Timothée Paret, L’Ame Vibrante (1929) (via Gallica Bibliothèque Numérique)

Jounal Literè

La Ronde: Revue Littéraire (Via Digital Library of the Caribbean):

October 1901

November 1901

December 1901

January 1902

February 1902

March-April l 1902

October 1901

La Nouvelle Ronde (Via Digital Library of the Caribbean):

January 1926

February 1926

La Revue Indigène (1927) (Via Digital Library of the Caribbean)

Istwa Literè

Dantès Bellegarde, Ecrivains haïtiens: Notices biographiques et pages choisies (1950) (Online Consultation) (In PDF, 8.6 MB)

Yon istwa ak yon edisyon enpòtan ekriven ayisyen kle, ki gen anpil ekstrè ki soti nan pwezi ak woman.

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