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Jamaica, Martinique, Trinidad & Tobago: Lighting the Way

Jamaican litblogger Geoffrey Philp is still processing the news of Aimé Césaire's death: “For if the goal of any life is freedom, then Aimé Césaire was a light”…while Caribbean Free Radio remembers a podcast she did with “Césaire intoning, in his impeccably enunciated French, against a musical background, the first few verses of his epic ‘Notebook of a Return to My Native Land’, beginning with the famously ambiguous opening line ‘au bout du petit matin’ (‘at the end of dawn’)…”

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