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      Year V of the Algerian Revolution, by Frantz Fanon (Pocket Format)
      Year V of the Algerian Revolution, by Frantz Fanon (Pocket Format)
      Year V of the Algerian Revolution, by Frantz Fanon (Pocket Format)

      Year V of the Algerian Revolution, by Frantz Fanon (Pocket Format)

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      After decolonization, this attempt to understand the Black-White relationship has kept all its prophetic value: racism, despite the horrors it has afflicted the world, remains a problem for the future.
      It is approached and combated here, with all the resources of the human sciences and with the passion of the man who was to become a master of thought for many Third World intellectuals.
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        Year V of the Algerian Revolution, by Frantz Fanon (Pocket Format)

        Published for the first time in 1959 and constantly reissued since, this “classic of decolonization” remains highly topical for understanding the springs of the emancipation movement that led to the Algerian war of independence. This book was born from the experience accumulated in the heart of the fight, within the FLN. Because Frantz Fanon, born West Indian and died Algerian (1925-1961), had chosen to live and fight among colonized people like him, in Algeria, the country of colonialism par excellence. A militant text, this work was also the first systematic analysis of the transformation that was then taking place within the Algerian people engaged in the revolution.

        This text, among the very first published by Éditions Maspero, describes from the inside the profound changes of an Algerian society struggling for its freedom. These transformations, the political and social maturation, ignored by the colonists when they were precisely the fruits of colonization and humiliation, nevertheless largely presided over the process which led to the war in Algeria, "the most hallucinating that a people has carried out to break colonial oppression".

        About the author: Frantz Fanon
        Frantz Fanon (1925-1961) Born in Fort-de-France, he joined the Free French Forces in 1943, then studied medicine, philosophy and psychology in Lyon. He became chief physician of the psychiatric hospital of Blida, but he was expelled from Algeria in 1957 and moved to Tunis where he remained linked with the leaders of the GPRA. He died of leukemia after having published two other works devoted to the Algerian revolution and decolonization.

        Table of content

        Introduced 1959
        I / Algeria reveals itself
        Appendix : Women in the Revolution
        II / "Here the voice of Algeria"
        III / The Algerian family
        IV / Medicine and colonialism
        V / The European minority in Algeria
        Appendix I : Geromini
        Appendix II : Bresson
        Conclusion
        Appendix: Why We Use Violence
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        9782707167637

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        Reliure
        Softcover
        Auteurs
        Frantz Fanon
        Langues
        .Français
        *YEAR
        2011
        SUPPORT: -
        Livre
        THEME : -
        HIstoire, Politique
        Condition : -
        New
        Number of pages : -
        180
        SIZE (CM):
        12.5 x 19 cm
        EAN13: -
        9782707167637

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