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An exploration of African-American freedom fighters in Jamaica, presenting a history of resistance instead of a history of domination. The context of marronage is carefully established: the plantation system as an economic and ideological machine fuelled by the abuse of black working power.
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ISBN mix-up alert: The ISBN for Libete: A Haiti Anthology is 1-55876-229-9, HC $39.95. The ISBN for Libete: A Haiti Anthology PB is 1-55876-230-2. The ISBNs above are for Werner Zips, Black Rebels: African-Caribbean Freedom Fighters in Jamaica, PB $22.95, HC $49.95. All four books are immediately available and in stock in the warehouse of the publisher (e-mail: email@example.com).About the Author:
About Werner Zips: Werner Zips, University of Vienna, is the author of numerous scholarly publications and the director of the film Accompong: Black Rebels in
About Shelley Frisch: is author of "The Lure of the Linguistic", and translator of many books from the German, including biographies of Nietzsche, Kafka, and Einstein. She has taught German literature at Columbia University, Haverford College, and Rutgers University, and serves on the PEN Translation Committee.
About Franklin Knight: Johns Hopkins University, wrote a preface to "Black Rebels, African-Caribbean Freedom Fighters in Jamaica" by Werner Zips. He is author of " The Caribbean: Genesis of a fragmented Nationalism."
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Book Description Randle (Ian) Publishers Ltd ,Jamaica. Condition: New. 9768123664 New Inside & Outside. No markings. Excellent book! ( z1s08 ) Some minor shelf wear on cover. ** Fast Shipping! **. Seller Inventory # SKU1016001