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Title: COLONIAL UNCONSCIOUS
RACE AND CULTURE IN INTERWAR FRANCE
By: Elizabeth Ezra
Format: Hardback

List price: £44.00
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ISBN 10: 0801437261
ISBN 13: 9780801437267
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Publisher: CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
Pub. date: 2 May, 2000
Pages: 192
Description: France between the two World Wars was pervaded by representations of its own colonial power, expressed forcefully in the human displays at the expositions coloniales, films starring Josephine Baker, and the short stories of Paul Morand, and more...
Illustrations: 15 halftones
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