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Sembène, Ousmane, 1923-2007

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    • Ousmane, Sembène, 1923-2007
    • Sembene, 1923-2007
    • Sāmbīn, ʻUthmān, 1923-2007
    • Sāmbīn, 1923-2007
    • Semben, Usman, 1923-2007
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    • found: Ô pays, mon beau peuple, 1957.
    • found: African authors, 1973:p. 391 (Sembène, Ousmane, b. 1/8/23 Ziguinchor-Casamance, Senegal; novelist, short story writer, director, film-maker)
    • found: Hist. dict. of Senegal, 1981:p. 256 (Sembène, Ousmane (1923- ); writer and leading Senegalese film director)
    • found: LC data base, 8/14/87(hdg.: Ousmane, Sembene; usage: Sembene Ousmane, Sembène Ousmane, Ousmane Sembene, Ousmane Sembène; forms without accents used predominantly on English-language translations)
    • found: Sāmbīn, 2000:p. 7 (ʻUthmān Sāmbīn)
    • found: Mandabi, 1999:credits (Usman Semben)
    • found: New York times WWW site, June 11, 2007(Ousmane Sembène, the Senegalese filmmaker and writer who was a crucial figure in Africa's postcolonial cultural awakening, has died at his home in Dakar, Senegal, aged 84; b. Jan. 1, 1923, in the Casamance region of southern Senegal)
    • found: Independent online ed., June 13, 2007(Ousmane Sembène; b. Jan. 1, 1923, Ziguinchor, Senegal; d. June 9, 2007, Dakar; subversive director known as the "father of African cinema")
    • found: Africana: The Encyclopedia of the African and African American Experience, Second Edition, accessed September 13, 2014, via Oxford African American Studies Center database:Sembène, Ousmane; fiction writer, motion picture producer / director; born 1923 in Cassamance region, Senegal; received little formal education; enlisted in the French colonial army and fought in World War II (1942); participated in the Dakar-Niger railroad strike (1947); enrolled in Gorki Studio, Moscow (1961); returned to Senegal and worked as a film director; created an African cinematic language, the approach he developed became the model for FEPACI film directors; his final film, Moolaade (2004) won awards at Cannes; died 09 January 2007 in Dakar, Senegal)
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    • PQ3989.S46
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    • 1980-08-15: new
    • 2015-03-18: revised
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