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By Belinda Jack
Negro-African literature in French is one in every of a couple of appellations most typically used to explain a physique of literary texts written in French via Africans and people of African descent from approximately 1920 onward. Discussing the various different phrases which have been used to designate an identical physique of texts (Colonial literature, Black literature, literature of Negritude), Jack explores the complicated courting among how literatures are named and the way they're evaluated. the 1st thorough examine of the historical past and feedback of Negro-African literature in French, this paintings supplies an account of the advance of a serious discourse and its impression on fundamental texts.
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Negritude and Literary Criticism: The History and Theory of Negro-African Literature in French (Contributions in Afro-American & African Studies) by Belinda Jack