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    Novel very interesting and realistic.

    With a brief commitment that is, however, full of emotion, we enter the prologue where the Ivorian writer Seydou Koné presents himself and reveals to the readers the personal circumstances and the desires with which he concludes the writing of the novel THE SIN And what is expected of literature in general. When the first pages of the book have passed, we must observe that the author plunges us into the deep waters and bearers of the African continent, and more precisely in their country of origin, the Republic of Cote d'Ivoire. Little by little, we will discover the realities, the disappointments, the dreams, the efforts, the altruism and the personal struggles of Bamba and Boro - among the other personages and of his circunstances - companions of the boarding school of pupils whose Two faces of youth being presented by Seydou Kone with a lot of verismo and forced descriptive and also we will know the trials and avatars that he will face and face, some of unexpected hardness. The narration, and the excellent images which he describes of nature, is accompanied by the notes of the great hydraulic works which show the attempt to subdue this portentous force; From now on, we will see reflected the value of men and women who are in education, the real challenge of conquering through sacrifice and effort and good work human and social progress, something truly difficult. Novel very interesting on many levels and realistic.

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