Concerning Violence

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Angered by the racism he witnessed on Martinique during the Second World War, Fanon here examines the roles of class, culture & violence, & expresses his profound alienation from the idea of colonialism & its bloodshed. More than four decades on, Fanon’s work still inspires liberation movements today.

ISBN: 9780141036632 Author: Fanon, Frantz Publisher: Penguin Publication Date: 7th August 2008 Imprint: Penguin Books Cover: Paperback Dewey: 303.6 (edition:22) Pages: 82 Readership: General - Trade / Code: K Category: Subjects: , , ,

Angered by the racism he witnessed on Martinique during the Second World War, Fanon here examines the roles of class, culture and violence, and expresses his profound alienation from the idea of colonialism and its bloodshed. More than four decades on, Fanon’s work still inspires liberation movements today.

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