N É G R I T U D E the O R I GI N
- Christian Filostrat (see profile)
- Césaire, Aimé, Caribbean Area, History, Caribbean literature, Imperialism--Social aspects, Communism, French-speaking countries, Area studies, Critical race theory
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- Charles de Gaulle, L'Étudiant noir, Léopold Sédar Senghor, Aimé Césaire, Caribbean history, Colonialism and culture, Francophone studies, Race critical theory
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- How/why négritude came to be defined by Aimé Césaire the way it did, including the author’s personal notes from interactions with Léon G. Damas, Aimé Césaire and Leopold S Senghor.
- Assesses Aimé Césaire’s 1935 enunciation of négritude. Césaire’s efforts against assimilation and the communists for emanci- pation and equality between colonizer and natives. Evaluates the roots of Cesaire’s negritude in the history of the French West Indies. Accounts of meetings between the author and the négritude protagonists.
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