Document Type

Article

Department

French (CMC), Literature (CMC), Modern Languages (CMC)

Publication Date

1993

Abstract

Today, in the French-speaking Caribbean, in the domain of theory, a choice is presented among three terms: africanité, créolitém and antillanité. As with any option which presents itself in exclusive forms, this choice is embedded in the complex antagonisms of contemporary Caribbean politics.

Comments

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© 1993 Marie-Denise Shelton

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