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Frantz Fanon (1925 - 1961): His Life and Legacy: Influences on Fanon

Aime Cesaire

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Aime Cesaire, one of the most influential Caribbean writers of his generation, was a friend and mentor to Fanon as well as one of the founding fathers of "negritude", a literary and ideological movement that sought solidarity in African cultural values as a rejection of French colonial thinking.

Jean-Paul Sartre

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