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Radical America # CLR JamesF or several years I have been introducing students and friends to C. Originally published in , it is a study of the great Haitian slave insurrection that began in and was directly influenced by the ideas and actions of the French Revolution of Readers who do not know of the book react with excitement and admiration, and there is for me the special pleasure of watching people make a major discovery, as I made the same discovery some time before. For in this brilliantly written and stirring masterpiece of historical writing—surely among the great books of 20th-century scholarship—one also encounters a genuinely heroic as well as tragic story. Toussaint is portrayed as the other majestic figure produced by the French Revolution Napoleon is the first , an illiterate slave whose remarkable intellect and capacities for leadership won freedom for his downtrodden people, but whose failure either to take that people into his confidence or realistically to assess the realities of French imperialism brought about his defeat.
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Radical America #04.04: CLR James
Pease 1. James wrote the book in on Ellis Island, where he had been detained by the state for his subversive activities. To document this latter claim, Cain enters into evidence the following footnote:. It is also absent from all the anthologies of criticism devoted to Melville in general and to Moby Dick in particular. Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide. Forged from a partnership between a university press and a library, Project MUSE is a trusted part of the academic and scholarly community it serves. Built on the Johns Hopkins University Campus.