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Negritude Agonistes, Assimilation against Nationalism in the French-speaking Caribbean & Guyane (hc)
 
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ISBN 978-0-9818939-2-1

Author: Christian Filostrat

Historical analysis and literary criticism assesses European and French colonialism from 16th to 20th centuries and racial and cultural movements of black and mixed-race people in the 19th century and first half of the 20th century. Contrasts French West Indians who supported or opposed assimilation into France’s political and social structures. Illustrated with excerpts from the issue of L'Etudiant Noir Journal Mensuel de l'Association des Etudiants Martiniquais en France (The Black Student Journal ...) where Aimé Césaire first used the word Negritude and previously unpublished poetry of Léon Damas. Appendix has interview of Josie Fanon, Frantz Fanon’s wife.

Binding: Casebound hardcover

Pages: 240

Publication date: 2008

HISTORY / Caribbean & West Indies / General; HISTORY / Europe / France; LITERARY CRITICISM / Caribbean & Latin American; SOCIAL SCIENCE / Ethnic Studies / General

Negritude Agonistes has the "missing link" for francophone scholars

Several excerpts from issue Volume 1, number 3 (May-June) of The Black Student: Monthly Journal of the Association of Martinican Students in France (L’Etudiant Noir: Journal Mensuel de l’Association des Etudiants Martiniquais en France) where Aimé Césaire first used the term negritude are illustrations in this fantastic book. In his debut novel, The Beggars' Pursuit Christian Filostrat deftly wove the lives of the Negritude proponents as students in Paris in the 1930s, resulting in a compelling political thriller that looks at the black elite in the French-speaking West Indies, Guyane, and Africa. Buy both books and save.


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