During this publication, dad or mum places jointly a historical past of representations of the 1944 mutiny in Senegal. Combining firsthand research of the works and their intertextual interactions in addition an exterior viewpoint, mother or father engages with background, literature, movie, poetics, and politics and highlights the significance of remembering the prior.
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