9780802130907

Toward the African Revolution

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  • ISBN13:

    9780802130907

  • ISBN10:

    0802130909

  • Edition: Revised
  • Format: Trade Paper
  • Copyright: 1994-01-11
  • Publisher: Grove Press
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This powerful collection of articles, essays, and letters spans the period between Black Skin, White Masks (1952) and The Wretched of the Earth (1961), Fanon’s landmark manifesto on the psychology of the colonized and the means of empowerment necessary for their liberation. These pieces display the genesis of some of Fanon’s greatest ideas — ideas that became so vital to the leaders of the American civil rights movement.

Table of Contents

Editorial Note vii
I. The Problem of the Colonized
1(28)
1. The "North African Syndrome"
3(14)
2. West Indians and Africans
17(12)
II. Racism and Culture
29(16)
III. For Algeria
45(10)
1. Letter to a Frenchman
47(5)
2. Letter to the Resident Minister (1956)
52(3)
IV. Toward the Liberation of Africa
55(120)
1. Disappointments and Illusions of French Colonialism
57(7)
2. Algeria Face to Face with the French Torturers
64(9)
3. Concerning a Plea
73(3)
4. French Intellectuals and Democrats and the Algerian Revolution
76(15)
5. Maghreb Blood Shall Not Flow in Vain
91(5)
6. The Farce That Changes Sides
96(3)
7. Decolonization and Independence
99(7)
8. A Continued Crisis
106(7)
9. Letter to the Youth of Africa
113(7)
10. First Truths on the Colonial Problem
120(7)
11. The Lesson of Cotonou
127(5)
12. Appeal to Africans
132(3)
13. Sequels of a Plebiscite in Africa
135(9)
14. The Algerian War and Man's Liberation
144(6)
15. Algeria in Accra
150(3)
16. Accra: Africa Affirms Its Unity and Defines Its Strategy
153(5)
17. Mr. Debre's Desperate Endeavors
158(5)
18. Racist Fury in France
163(4)
19. Blood Flows in the Antilles Under French Domination
167(3)
20. Unity and Effective Solidarity Are the Conditions for African Liberation
170(5)
V. African Unity
175
1. This Africa to Come
177(14)
2. Lumumba's Death: Could We Do Otherwise?
191

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