Une étude de ce qui distingue la créolité dans son entité, dans son histoire, dans sa culture. Get this from a library! Eloge de la Créolité. [Jean Bernabé; Patrick Chamoiseau; Raphaël Confiant; Mohamed Bouya Taleb-Khyar]. Éloge de la créolité and Caribbean Identity, Culture, and Politics 1 of a special section on the créolité movement—“Eulogizing Creoleness?.

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Eloge de la Créolité / In Praise of Creoleness

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Mohamed Bouya Taleb-Khyar Translator. For us this will be a state of mind, or, rather, a state of vigilance, or, better still, a sort of mental envelope within which we will build our world, in full awareness of the world. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

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Nov 22, Jamila rated it liked it Shelves: Although this concept has potential, it is couched in frustratingly vague terms and presented in a text that is not so much an essay as it is a prose-poem. While the project of what may be termed “identity aesthetics” has potential, it is scarcely realizable if it is limited to these terms.

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I’m particularly disturbed by the appendix: It seems like what ties this text together is a thread of humanism where race no longer matters. Perhaps the authors meant to articulate room for expansion within the boundaries of Creoleness, but it certainly wasn’t evident in the text.

One final difficulty I had was its ambiguous way of inscribing the political into their vision: For us, there are no formal freedoms.

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All liberties, provided they do not stand in the way of the functioning of society, are good. How is freedom being deployed?

What does “stand in the way of functioning” society exactly entail? From a humanistic standpoint, which is how creoleness attempts to position itself, it simply cannot answer the very stances it claims.

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A critical statement of Creoleness, relevant to anyone interested in the postcolonial, Chamoiseau, Glissant, etc. Mar 25, Kavita rated it it was amazing. Orane rated it it was amazing Dec 01, Cecile rated it liked it Apr 05, Amy rated it liked it Nov 23, Polytimi rated it really liked it Jun 20, Sarah rated it really liked it Jul 02, Myrna creoolite it it was ok Nov 03, Jeremy rated it really liked it Dec 02, Marina rated it did not like it Jul 31, Mathieu Poulin rated it liked it Aug 28, Bruno rated it it was amazing Sep 20, Clarisse rated it really liked it Jan 06, Chaya rated it really liked it Apr 11, Elizabeth rated it really liked it Jan 29, Carine B rated it really liked it Dec 28, Jabree rated it really liked it Jun 14, Petra rated it it was amazing Jan 11, Alyssa rated it it was amazing Sep 27, Ima rated it really liked it Nov 08, Hanane rated it liked it Jun 08, Steve Williams rated it really liked it Feb 21, ls Yoruichi rated floge liked it Jun 12, Virginie rated it liked it Sep 10, Jack rated it it was ok Jun 17, Petal Seraphia rated it really liked it Dec 03, Mia Strand rated it really liked it Sep 14, Could you please combine those books?


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