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Cesaire, Aime, Discourse on Colonialism, translated by Joan Pinkham, New York University Press, 2000.

The African poet Aime Cesaire wrote this essay on
the impact of Colonialism on native peoples in 1955,
later published in English in 1972. Cesaire attempts
to describe, in moving and poetic language, both the
external and internal effects of Colonialism.



Fanon, Frantz, Black Skin, White Masks, Grove Press, 1991.

Originally published in 1953, Frantz Fanon's Black
Skin, White Masks
tells the story of Colonialism's
aftereffects in Africa from the perspective of an African
man. Fanon's work is a landmark influence on anticolonial
and civil rights movements, reputed as both insightful
and beautifully written.



Ferguson, Moira, Colonialism and Gender Relations from Mary Wollstonecraft to Jamaica Kincaid, Columbia University Press, 1993.

Ferguson has been a pioneer in the study of women
writers from colonized areas, particularly the Caribbean.
This study of both English and Caribbean writers
is an accessible overview of...


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