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Ranavalona III, the last Queen of Madagascar, is neither a femme fatale nor a cruel sovereign. He is a victim of the barbarism of an era: that of the tragic colonialism and slavery from which the African continent suffered. A character of high stature with great integrity and exceptional dignity, she embodies the Malagasy soul and inhabits the dreams of all human rights defenders. It expresses in an authentic way the sufferings of generations. Ranavalona III is a historical work, initiator and useful to the knowledge of the past-present of Africa. It teaches us and roots us in the African collective memory, today fragmented and truncated. The tragedy experienced by the last Queen of Madagascar evokes the fate of the African peoples following the loss of their independence.


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