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Since the publication of The Wretched of the Earth in 1961, Fanon's work has been deeply significant for generations of intellectuals and activists from the 60s to the present day.

Alienation and Freedom collects together unpublished works comprising around half of his entire output - which were previously inaccessible or thought to be lost. This book introduces audiences to a new Fanon, a more personal Fanon and one whose literary and psychiatric works, in particular, take centre stage. These writings provide new depth and complexity to our understanding of Fanon's entire oeuvre revealing more of his powerful thinking about identity, race and activism which remain remarkably prescient. Shedding new light on the work of a major 20th-century philosopher, this disruptive and moving work will shape how we look at the world.

"This book introduces audiences to a new Fanon, a more personal Fanon and one whose literary and psychiatric works, in particular, take centre stage. These writings provide new depth and complexity to our understanding of Fanon's entire oeuvre, revealing more of his powerful thinking about identity, race, and activism--which remain remarkably prescient"--Jacket flap.



Frantz Fanon (1925-1961) nació en Fort-de-France, Martinica. Estudió medicina en Francia, convirtiéndose en director del hospital psiquiátrico de Blida-Joinville (Argelia) en 1953 donde colaboró estrechamente con el Frente de Liberación Nacional argelino. Expulsado de Argelia en 1957, se instala en Túnez para trabajar con el Gobierno Provisional de la Revolución Argelina, siendo nombrado embajador en Ghana en 1960. Entre sus libros se encuentran L'an V de la révolution algérienne (1959), Les damnés de la terre (1961) y Pour la révolution africaine (1964). Read more about FANON, FRANTZ

General Introduction, by Jean Khalfa and Robert J.C. Young<BR><BR>Part One: Theatre<BR>Parallel Hands<BR>The Drowning Eye<BR><BR>Part Two: Psychiatric writings<BR>Fanon: A Revolutionary Psychiatrist, by Jean Khalfa<BR>Mental alterations, character modifications, psychic disorders and intellectual deficit in spinocerebellar heredo-degeneration: on a case of Friedreich's ataxia with delusions of possession<BR><BR>Letter to Maurice Despinoy<BR>Trait d'union<BR>On some cases treated with the Bini method<BR>Indications of Bini therapy in the framework of institutional therapies<BR>On an attempt at readaptation of a patient with morpheic epilepsy and series character disorders<BR>Note on techniques of sleeping therapy with conditioning and electroencephalographic monitoring<BR>Notre Journal, introduction by Amina Azza Bekkat<BR>Letter to Maurice Despinoy<BR>Social therapy in a ward of Muslim men: methodological difficulties<BR>Daily life in the douars<BR>Introduction to sexuality disorders among North-African men<BR>Current aspects of mental assistance in Algeria<BR>Ethnopsychiatric considerations<BR>Confessional behaviour in North Africa (1)<BR>Confessional behaviour in North Africa (2)<BR>Letter to Maurice Despinoy<BR>Attitude of Maghrebin Muslims towards madness<BR>The TAT with Muslim women, sociology of perception and imagination<BR>Letter to the resident minister<BR>The phenomenon of agitation in the psychiatric setting: general considerations, psychopathological meaning<BR>Biological study of the action of lithium citrate in manic fits<BR>On a case of torsion spasm<BR>First attempts with injectable meprobamate in hypochondriac states<BR>Day hospitalization in psychiatry: value and limits<BR>Day hospitalization in psychiatry: value and limits. Second part: doctrinal considerations<BR><BR>Psychiatry in its meeting with society<BR><BR>Part Three: Political writings<BR>Introduction, by Jean Khalfa<BR>The Demoralized Foreign Legion<BR>Algeria's Independence: an everyday reality<BR>National Independence: the only possible outcome<BR>Algeria and the French Crisis<BR>The Algerian conflict and African anticolonialism<BR>A democratic revolution<BR>One more time: the reason for the prerequisite<BR>Algerian revolutionary consciousness<BR>Strategies of an Army with its Back to the Wall<BR>The survivors of no man's land<BR>The testament of a 'man of the left'<BR>The rationale of ultracolonialism<BR>The Western World and the Fascist Experience in France<BR>Gaullist Illusions<BR>The Cross of a People<BR>The Anti-Imperialist Movement's Rise and the Retards of Pacification<BR>The United Combat of African Countries<BR>Richard Wright's White man, listen!<BR>At Conakry, He Declares: 'World Peace passes via National Independence'<BR>Africa Accuses the West<BR>The Stooges of Imperialism<BR>Letter to Ali Shariati, presentation by Sara Shariati<BR><BR>Part Four: Publishing Fanon (France and Italy, 1959-1971)<BR><BR>Introduction, by Jean Khalfa<BR>Correspondence between François Maspero and Frantz Fanon<BR>The Italian Fanon: unearthing a hidden editorial history, by Neelam Srivastava<BR><BR>Part Five: Frantz Fanon's library<BR>List established, presented and commented upon by Jean Khalfa<BR>Key dates<BR>Index

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