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NEGRITUDE AND NATIONALISM
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African nationalism African personality African situation African socialism African society African writer Aime Cesaire Amos Tutuola artistic attitude awareness Batouala Birago Diop Blyden Cesaire character collective colonial situation conception consciousness context criticism culture derives distinctive Edward Wilmot Blyden English essays Europe European languages experience fact factor Fagunwa Fanon feeling formal framework French African fundamental give Heinemann Educational Books historical history of Martinique human idea ideological imaginative immediate implications individual intellectual L. S. Senghor Laye's London Maran Martinique meaning mind mode modern African literature moral movement narrative nature Negritude Nigerian Nkrumah oral literature original Pan-African Paris particular perspective poem poetry political preoccupation present problem question race racial reality reference relation René Maran response Samba Diallo Senghor Senghor's theory sense significance sociological specific spiritual symbolic theme theory of Negritude tion Tutuola Ulli Beier universe values vision Western Wole Soyinka Yoruba Yoruba language