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This historical study examines the black experience in Metropolitan France from the 1600s to 1960. Shelby T. McCloy explores the literary and cultural contributions of people of color to French society—from Alexandre Dumas to Rene Maran—and charts their political ascension.
Shelby T. McCloy, professor of history at the University of Kentucky, is the author of several books and articles on European history.
The University Press of Kentucky
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Black studies, France
Race, Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies
McCloy, Shelby T., "The Negro in France" (1961). Black Studies. Book 2.