By Catherine John
Contesting renowned discourses approximately what constitutes tradition and keeping that overlooked lines in negritude discourse offer a very important philosophical point of view at the connections among folks practices, cultural reminiscence, and collective attention, John examines the diasporic rules within the paintings of the negritude writers Léon Damas, targeté Césaire, and Léopold Senghor. She lines the manifestations and reworkings in their principles in Afro-Caribbean writing from the jap and French Caribbean, in addition to the Caribbean diaspora within the usa. The authors she discusses comprise Jamaica Kincaid, Earl Lovelace, Simone Schwarz-Bart, Audre Lorde, Paule Marshall, and Edouard Glissant, between others. John argues that through incorporating what she calls folks groundings—such as poems, folktales, proverbs, and songs—into their paintings, Afro-Caribbean writers invoke a psychospiritual awareness which mixes previous and new thoughts for addressing the continued postcolonial struggle.
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Clear Word and Third Sight: Folk Groundings and Diasporic Consciousness in African Caribbean Writing (New Americanists) by Catherine John