The Fanon Reader
16%
off

The Fanon Reader

By (author) , Introduction by

US$21.71US$26.00

You save US$4.29

Free delivery worldwide

Available
Dispatched from the UK in 2 business days

When will my order arrive?

Description

Frantz Fanon is a key figure in postcolonial and cultural studies. Born in 1925 on the French Caribbean island of Martinique, he passionately identified with Algeria's struggle for independence against the French. He became the leading voice in black liberationist writing. With the publication of this book, it is now possible to access all his important writings in one source. The Fanon Reader features extracts from each of Fanon's major works including Black Skin, White Masks, Studies in a Dying Colonialism, Toward the African Revolution and The Wretched of the Earth. Haddour contextualises Fanon -- the man and his work -- and provides a comprehensive summary of critical perspectives on his writings. This fully rounded critical introduction to Fanon's work will appeal to students and teachers in postcolonial studies, cultural studies, political theory, psychoanalysis, literary theory, race studies and anyone interested in the life and writings of one of the world's foremost pioneers of black liberation.

show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 232 pages
  • 134 x 212 x 14mm | 281.23g
  • PLUTO PRESS
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0745315607
  • 9780745315607
  • 505,018

About Frantz Fanon

Frantz Fanon (1925-61) was born in the French Caribbean island of Martinique. He studied medicine and psychiatry in France and worked in a hospital in Algeria between 1953 and 1956. He passionately identified with Algeria's armed struggle for independence and this led him to write The Wretched of the Earth (1961) which became a manifesto for the Third World. Black Skin, White Masks was first published in France in 1952. Azzedine Haddour is Senior Lecturer in French at University College London.

show more

Table of contents

Introduction Section I: Culture and Racism 1. The Negro and Language 2. Racism and Culture Section II: Race, Gender and Sexuality 3. The Woman and the White Man 4. The Man of Color and the White Woman 5. The Negro and Psychopathology 6. Algeria Unveiled (from Studies in a Dying Colonialism) Section III: On Negritude 7. The Fact of Blackness (from Black Skin, White Masks) 8. West Indians and Africans Section IV: On National Culture 9. On National Culture (from The Wretched of the Earth) Notes and References Bibliography Reading Lists Index

show more