Présence Francophone: Revue internationale de langue et de littérature


the article focalizes on roland Brival’s conception of “métissage” in his fiction texts:for him, it is synonymous to a new “humanism”. i revisit the theories which have permeate French caribbean literature (negritude, creolity, creolization). they are not synonymous of “métissage”; in fact, Brival’s vision is apart from the “creolity” movement.


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