Orane Onyekpe-Touzet is a PhD student in Caribbean literature at the University of Warwick and Université Paris-Sorbonne. She holds a Bachelors and a Master's degree in French and Francophone literature from the Université Paris-Sorbonne. Her thesis entitled 'The unsayable in West-Indian contemporary novels: Patrick Chamoiseau, Jamaica Kincaid, Earl Lovelace and Gisèle Pineau." focuses on novels from the English and French speaking Caribbean and question of language(s) and its limits. Her work explores themes such as the intersection between literary expression and language, memory, identity and the relationship with nature. She is interested in intermediality, postcolonial writings and innovative modes of expressions.