3 poets of Negritude
Nimrod, Gopal Dagnogo, Bruno Doucey, Christian Epanya, Véronique Tadjo, William Wilson
This set brings together the 3 titles on the poets of Negritude; Senghor, Damas and Césaire invented the concept of Negritude –the defense of the black people's values - in 1934, while at the same time revolutionizing poetry by enriching the French language with the colors of Senegal, Guyana and Martinique. An indispensable page of history for children.
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Léon-Gontran Damas, Aimé Césaire and Léopold Sédar Senghor met in Paris in the 1930s. These three poets of the Negritude movement now each have a work dedicated to them by the same À dos d'âne publishers.
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