These are the sources and citations used to research Analyse how relationships between France and other countries in the world are depicted Marc Garanger’s Femmes Algériennes (1960) and Aimé Césaire’s Discours sur le colonialism (1950). This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on

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    Césaire, A.

    Discours sur le colonialisme

    1955 - Présence Africaine - Paris

    In-text: (Césaire, 1955)

    Your Bibliography: Césaire, A., 1955. Discours sur le colonialisme. 1st ed. [ebook] Paris: Présence Africaine, pp.10-11. Available at: <> [Accessed 27 December 2015].

  • Newspaper

    Estrin, J.

    Unwilling Subjects in the Algerian War

    2010 - The New York Times

    In-text: (Estrin, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Estrin, J., 2010. Unwilling Subjects in the Algerian War. The New York Times, p.A single page.

  • Book

    Fanon, F.

    A dying colonialism

    1967 - Grove Press - New York

    In-text: (Fanon, 1967)

    Your Bibliography: Fanon, F., 1967. A dying colonialism. New York: Grove Press, pp.65 & 106.

  • Book

    Garanger, M.

    Femmes algériennes 1960

    2002 - Atlantica - Biarritz

    In-text: (Garanger, 2002)

    Your Bibliography: Garanger, M., 2002. Femmes algériennes 1960. Biarritz: Atlantica.

  • Website

    Aimé Césaire | Academy of American Poets


    In-text: (Aimé Césaire | Academy of American Poets, 2016)

    Your Bibliography: 2016. Aimé Césaire | Academy of American Poets. [online] Available at: <> [Accessed 2 January 2016].

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