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Césaire, Aimé locked

1913–2008 Martinican poet, playwright, and political leader, founder of the Négritude movement, and one of the most important black authors writing in French in the twentieth century.

Césaire, Aimé locked

1913–2008 Martinican poet, playwright, and political leader, founder of the Négritude movement, and one of the most important black authors writing in French in the twentieth century.
  • Richard Watts

A version of this article originally appeared in Africana: The Encyclopedia of the African and African American Experience.

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