It consists of about 440 pictographic characters, which represent scenes from life and stand for single-syllable words in Bété. Bouabré created it to help Bété people learn to read in their language.
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- First Run Icarus Films (brochure) "Bruly Bouabré's Alphabet: A Film by Nurith Aviv"
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- La Méthodologie de la Nouvelle Écriture Africaine “Bété”
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