Review: The Negritude PoetsAvis de journaliste - Kirkus Reviews
Twenty-six black poets of self-awareness from all over the French-speaking world--Haiti, Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Martinique, Senegal, Mali, Congo, Ivory Coast, Madagascar, Cameroon. You won't have heard of most, except for Aime Cesaire, who coined the word ""negritude"" in a 1944 poem.
Review: The Negritude Poets: An Anthology of Translations from the FrenchAvis d'utilisateur - Michael Strode - Goodreads
"It may be they dare to treat me white though everything within me wants only to be black as Negro as my Africa the Africa they ransacked" ~ excerpt from "Whitewash" by Leon Damas In the early 1900's ... Consulter l'avis complet