The Black renaissance in Francophone African and Caribbean literatures
|Main Author:||Frindéthié, Martial K. 1961-|
Jefferson, N.C. :
McFarland & Company,
v, 209 pages ; 23 cm.
Table of Contents:
- The quest for originality
- Paradigm of the griot
- Negritude of incompossibility and negritude of compossibility
- The griot, his word, his body
- Fanon's will to unity
- Reiterating griotism
- Black women writers' dilemma with theory
- New nomadologies
- The African critic as a Griironist.