Written by Others… Véronique Tadjo

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The “Written by Others” tab of On World Literature features interviews with and essays on (and by) some of the leading writers of the day.

This edition of Written by Others features an essay by the wonderful Ivorian poet, novelist, and artist Véronique Tadjo. Here, Tadjo consider the challenges that the Covid-19 pandemic has issued to humanity at large.

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“Covid-19, Scientific Prowess and Humanity”

Véronique Tadjo (10 March 2021)

“The scientific prowess of Man is phenomenal. From the iconic Neil Armstrong’s walk on the moon on July 20, 1969 to the most recent satellite launched towards Mars by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on February 8 of this year — and more international missions to come, space seems about to be conquered. There seems to be no end to the relentless progress that defines our life.”

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