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By Frantz Fanon

ISBN-10: 0802150276

ISBN-13: 9780802150271

An incisive and illuminating account of the way, in the course of the Algerian Revolution, the folk of Algeria replaced centuries-old cultural styles and embraced convinced old cultural practices lengthy derided through their colonialist oppressors as primitive, as a way to ruin those self same oppressors. Fanon makes use of the 5th yr of the Algerian Revolution as some degree of departure for an explication of the inevitable dynamics of colonial oppression.

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We firmly hope that you at least will be strong enough to im­ pose your point of view . . " Schools for "young Moslem girls" are multiplying. At their pupils' approach to puberty, the teachers or the nuns exercise a truly exceptional activi ty. The mothers are first felt out, besieged, and given the mission of shaking up and convincing the father. Much is made of the young student's prodigious intelligence, her ma­ turity; a picture is pain ted of the brilliant future that awaits those eager young creatures, an d it is none too subtly hinted that it would be criminal if the child's schooling were in terrupted.

Would not stir, would resist the task of cul tural destruction undertaken by the occupier. would oppose assimilation, so long 8 The ground is prepared in the school establishments as well. The teachers to whom the parents have entrusted their children soon acquire the habit of passing severe judgment on the fate of woman in Algerian society. "We firmly hope that you at least will be strong enough to im­ pose your point of view . . " Schools for "young Moslem girls" are multiplying. At their pupils' approach to puberty, the teachers or the nuns exercise a truly exceptional activi ty.

The role of the Algerian mother, that of the grandmother, the aunt and the "old woman," were inventoried and defined. This enabled the colonial administration to define a precise political doctrine: "If we want to destroy the structure of Alge­ rian society, i ts capacity for resistance, we must first of all conB See Appendix at the end of this chapter. A DYI NG COLONIALISM 36 AL GERIA UNVEILED both Algerian society and its fem inine component. I In the �ase . S can be noted: the fez in urban centers, turbans and dJe llabas ill � the countryside.

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