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Aime Cesaire is the best known poet in the French Caribbean. In this study Gregson Davis examines Cesaire's extraordinary dual career as writer and elected politician. As one of the most profound critics of colonialism, Cesaire, the acknowledged inventor of the famous term "negritude," has been a hugely influential figure in shaping the contemporary discourse on the postco...more
Hardcover, 228 pages
Published November 26th 2004 by Cambridge University Press (first published October 16th 1997)
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