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Césaire, Aimé

LC control no.n 79003327
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPQ3949.C44
Personal name headingCésaire, Aimé
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Variant(s)Césaire, A. (Aimé)
Other standard no.29780
Associated countryFrance
Associated placeMartinique
LocatedFort-de-France (Martinique)
Birth date1913-06-26
Death date2008-04-17
Place of birthBasse-Pointe (Martinique)
Place of deathFort-de-France (Martinique)
Field of activityPoetry
Negritude (Literary movement)
AffiliationParti progressiste martiniquais
Profession or occupationPoets
Found inLes armes miraculeuses, 1946.
La negritudine in Italia, c1995: t.p. (A. Césaire)
LC files (b. 1913)
Notebook of a return to my native land, 1995: title page (Aimé Césaire) page 4 of cover (born 1913 in Basse-Pointe, Martinique)
French Wikipedia, April 17, 2008 (Aimé Césaire; full name: Aimé Fernand David Césaire; born June 26, 1913, Basse-Pointe, Martinique; died April 17, 2008, Fort-de-France, Martinique; French poet and politician; one of the founders of the negritude literary movement; in 1958 he founded the Parti Progressiste Martiniquais)
The tragedy of King Christophe, 2015: title page (Aimé Césaire; a play) page xi (founder, with Léopold Sédar Senghor, of the négritude movement; poet; served as central Martinique's representative in the French National Assembly, as well as mayor of Martinique's capital, Fort-de-France; in addition to his poetry and political writings, published four plays) page 4 of cover (1913-2008; Martiniquan poet, author, and politician)
Associated languagefre