Césaire Aimé Fernand
Cé·saire(sā-zâr′), Aimé Fernand 1913-2008.
Martinique-born poet, playwright, and politician who contributed to the development of the concept of negritude. His primarily surrealist works include The Miracle Weapons (1946) and A Tempest (1969).
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