A dying colonialism

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Grove Press, Inc., 1967 - History - 181 pages
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User Review  - Omnia N - Goodreads

a very comprehensive book, regardless the fact that I am not in a great need of it. Loose at the very last chapter,or at least it was not that interesting to me, if we disregard that fact that Fanon was a doctor ,though I enjoyed seeing Algeria from a Western eye. Read full review

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User Review  - Robb Bridson - Goodreads

Offers some understanding, or at least a framework, for understanding the rebellious movements of occupied cultures. Mostly talks about how as occupiers crusade against traditional customs, those customs become powerful symbols for rebellion. Read full review

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Introduction
1
Preface
23
Algeria Unveiled
35

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