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Martinican Paulette Nardal and other women into the canon as significant contributors Paulette Nardal and other women into the canon as significant contributors the birth of modern black Francophone literatu. S of Patrick Chamoiseau Rapha`l Confiant AimZ CZsaire LZopold Senghor LZon Damas and Paulette Nardal Lewis traces a move from the preoccupation with African origins and racial and cultural "from the preoccupation with origins and racial and cultural toward concerns of hybridity and fragmentation in the New World or Diasporic space In addition to expl. .
In this groundbreaking book Shireen "Lewis Gives A Comprehensive Analysis "gives a comprehensive analysis the literary and theoretical discourse on race culture and identity by Francophone and Caribbean writers beginning in the early part of
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