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By Romuald Fonkoua

Ecrivain, poète, dramaturge, militant politique, Aimé Césaire (1913-2008) est l'un des acteurs prépondérants de l. a. révolution noire qui s'est jouée sur tous les continents dans l'après-guerre. Mais cet homme du monde incarne d'abord l'intellectuel français, dont l'histoire et los angeles vie jalonnent les grands moments de notre histoire.

Il y a cent ans naissait Aimé Césaire. De los angeles Martinique à l'Assemblée nationale, sa vie est jalonnée de rencontres décisives et d'amitiés essentielles. Poète, politique et dramaturge, Césaire incarne avec Brio l. a. determine de l'intellectuel noir dont les idées, les œuvres et l'action ont accompagné l'histoire de tous les opprimés et colonisés du XXe siècle. Soulignant sa prose remarquable au carrier de reasons justes, l'auteur insiste également sur son amour inconditionnel pour l. a. scène théâtrale.

Professeur de littérature francophone à l'université Paris-Sorbonne où il dirige le centre overseas d'études francophones (CIEF), Romuald Fonkoua est également professeur à Middlebury Collège (Vermont, États-Unis) et rédacteur en chef de l. a. revue Présence africaine.
Cet ouvrage a obtenu le prix Robert Delavignette de l'Académie des sciences d'outre-mer.

3Une biographie très documentée, aussi admirative qu'inspirée. "
Catherine Golliau, Le Point

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