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by Aime Cesaire,Clayton Eshleman,Annette Smith,A. James Arnold

  • ISBN: 081391244X
  • Category: Poetry
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Aime Cesaire,Clayton Eshleman,Annette Smith,A. James Arnold
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Virginia Press (September 3, 1990)
  • Pages: 235
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translated from the French): the Poetry, Paperback, by Aimé Césaire (University of Virginia Press, Sep 03, 1990). Tell us what do you think about Lyric and Dramatic Poetry, 1946-82 (CARAF Books: Caribbean and African Literature translated from the French).

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This is a used book and may include slight wear, some highlighting or writing, and possibly a. .Aime Cesaire, The Collected Poetry. Series: CARAF Books: Caribbean and African Literature translated from the French. Paperback: 639 pages.

This is a used book and may include slight wear, some highlighting or writing, and possibly a sticker on the cover or spine. Freedom Time: Negritude, Decolonization, and the Future of the World. Publisher: University of Virginia Press (August 29, 1998).

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Literature & Fiction Books Classic Books. Caribbean & Latin American Classics Poetry. ISBN13: 9780813912448. Lyric and Dramatic Poetry, 1946-82. More by Aimé Césaire. Et les Chiens se Taisaient.

6 Aimé Césaire, And the dogs were silent in Lyric and Dramatic Poetry .

6 Aimé Césaire, And the dogs were silent in Lyric and Dramatic Poetry- 1946-82, trans. Clayton Eshleman and Annette Smith (Charlottesville: The University Press of Virginia, 1990). In issue no. 4 of Résistance Algérienne dated March 28, 1957, we read: In response to the wishes of the United Nations General Assembly, the French government has recently decided to create urban militias. Enough bloodshed, said the UN. Let us form militias, replies Lacoste.

Translated by Clayton Eshleman. Introduction by A. James Arnold. The University Press of Virginia. Act 2 25 Act 3 43 Lyric and dramatic poetry, 1946-82/ by Aime Cesaire ; translated Translators' Notes 71 by Clayton Eshleman and Annette Smith; introduction by A. James. 77 p. cm. - (CARAF books).

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Aime Cesaire has been described by the Times Literary Supplement as likely to "figure alongside the Eliot-Pound-Yeats triumvirate that has dominated official poetic culture for more than fifty years." He was a cofounder and exponent of the concept of negritude and is a major spiritual, political, and literary figure.Cesaire has been read politically as a poet of revolutionary zeal since the 1960s. This collection, the only one in existence in any language to give a truly comprehensive retrospective of Cesaire's poetic production, demonstrates the narrowness of earlier readings that grew out of the climate of Black Power influenced by the essays of Frantz Fanon, another Martinican, who was largely responsible for the ambient view of Csaire a generation ago. It is the first collection to translate And the Dogs Were Silent and i, laminaria. Lyric and Dramatic Poetry, 1946-82 goes beyond anything else in print (in French or in English) in that it locates the issues of Cesaire's struggle with an emerging postmodern vision. It will place Cesaire in a strategic position in the current debate in the U.S. over emergent literature and will show him to be a major figure in the conflict between tradition and contemporary cultural identity.