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BEYOND NtGRITUDE: SOME ASPECTS THE WORK OF EDOUARD GLISSANT Beverley Ormerod
Negritude in recent years has fallen out of fashion in the Caribbean. Like most ideologies, it was asked to do too much-revolutionize black literature, cure black alienation, bring about political reformand it is now being measured by its areas of failure rather than by the degree of its success. In the thirty-five years since Cesaire's Cahier d'un retour au pays natal first appeared, there have been immense social and political