Aimé Césaire


Welcome to the Aimé Césaire page, part of the broader Global France blog, dedicated to exploring the French empire and its contemporary legacies!


Plaque for Aimé Césaire at the Panthéon, Paris.
Aimé Césaire
Photograph of Aimé Césaire.


On this Aimé Césaire page, you can explore:

Biographical Information

Works by Aimé Césaire

Passages and Literary Analysis from Césaire’s Cahier

Themes from Césaire’s Cahier

Style and Formal Choices in Césaire’s Cahier

Literary Criticism and Césaire’s Legacy

Bibliographic Sources for this Page

Also, selecting  ‘Aimé Césaire’ on the sidebar of this site will take you to ancillary posts by other contributors to the Global France blog on such topics as art, politics, and additional analyses of his texts.


Contributors to this page:  

Dillon Crockett, Tommy Koutsogiannis, Christina Lombana, and Aless Recchia.


If you would like to cite this page:

Crockett, Dillon, Tommy Koutsogiannis, Christina Lombana, and Aless Recchia. “Aimé Césaire.” Global France: Empire and its Contemporary Legacies. Duke University Sites. Blog.


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