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Journal:   RESEARCH IN CONTEMPORARY WORD LITERATURE (PAZHUHESH-E ZABANHA-YE KHAREJI)   fall 2018-winter 2019 , Volume 23 , Number 2 ; Page(s) 393 To 413.
 
Paper: 

The Study of cultural consequences of colonialism in Driss Chraï bi's works in the Light of Aimee Cesaire's ideas

 
 
Author(s):  REZVANTALAB ZEINAB*, MEHRABI MARZIEH
 
* Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran
 
Abstract: 
Driss Chraï bi is one of the most famous Francophone Moroccan writers, who has grown in the former French colonies; that’ s why he attaches particular attention to cultural consequences of colonialism in the colonial societies. In some of his works, he makes reference, implicitly or explicitly, to the relations between the colonizer and colonized people, and describes military force’ s actions or cultural plans in colonized countries. Aimé e Cé saire is a Martinican politician and author who is considered in Francophone academic environments as a pattern in anti-colonial studies and struggles. In this paper, we try to explain and analyze Aimé e Cé saire ideas as these are presented in Discourse on Colonialism (1950) and Culture and Colonialism (1963). Then, we examine different effects of intern and external colonial influences in four of Driss Chraï bi’ s novels: The Simple Past (1954), The Goats (1955), The Civilization, My Mother (1972), Seen, Read, Heard (1998).
 
Keyword(s): Colonialism,colonizer,colonized,culture,civilization,history,identity
 
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