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    René Depestre,Claude Couffon
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    Robert Laffont (January 1, 1986)
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René Depestre (born 29 August 1926 Jacmel, Haiti) is a Haitian poet and former communist activist. He is considered to be one of the most prominent figures in Haitian literature.

René Depestre (born 29 August 1926 Jacmel, Haiti) is a Haitian poet and former communist activist. He lived in Cuba as an exile from the Duvalier regime for many years and was a founder of the Casa de las Americas publishing house. He is best known for his poetry. He did his primary studies with the Breton Brothers of Christian Instruction

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by René Depestre and Claude Couffon.

An icon of Haitian literature serves up a hotblooded, rib-ticking, warmhearted mélange of ghost story, cultural inquiry, folk art, and véritable l'amour. Transformed into the walking dead on her wedding day, Hadriana becomes part of popular legend, one imbued with magic, eroticism, and even humor. com "You do not need to believe in zombies or Vodou to be carried away by this story-a metaphor for all forms of dispossession. René Depestre has gone beyond nostalgia to write a sumptuous love story. Last updated May 05, 2019. Haiti: A Basic Reference Book. He lived in Cuba as an exile from the Duvalier regime for many years and was a founder of the Casa de las Americas publis. This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Miami, Florida: Librairie Au Service de la Culture. p. 102. ISBN 638599-0-0. Thompson, Peter . René Depestre (1997).

René Depestre (b. August 29, 1926) is a Haitian poet, essayist, and novelist. Paris: Seghers, 1986. After his self-published first volume of poetry, Étincelles (Sparks, 1945), Depestre participated in the movement to overthrow the Haitian president, Élie Lescot, in 1946. As a student in Paris (1946–1950), he collaborated with the Caribbean and African intellectuals Aimé Césaire, Léopold Senghor, and Léon Damas to found the Négritude movement. Expelled from France in 1950 for political activism, Depestre found asylum in Czechoslovakia as secretary to the Brazilian novelist Jorge Amado.

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