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By Hussein Abdilahi Bulhan

It is a biography of Frantz Fanon. It provides an soaking up and cautious ac­ count number of a number of amazing subject matters. First is the overview and overview of Fanon's existence. moment is a thought of psychology, through the writer, on the way to aug­ ment and end up valuable to theorists and practitioners who specialize in 3rd international humans. And finally there's a vast and systematic integration of many components of scholarship together with philosophy, anthropology, political technological know-how, historical past, so­ ciology, mythology, public healthiness, and economics. Bulhan's writing is lucid, artistic, and persuasive. It demonstrates that each one those scholarly parts needs to be dealt with with erudition so as to construct a baseline for knowing either Fanon and the psychology of oppression. Readers of Fanon might be accustomed to the psychology of oppression which he provided so forcefully. How lifestyles occasions and stories ended in the formulation­ tion of this psychology is the executive emphasis of the writer. but the publication additionally supplies scintillating scientific evidence that Fanon made many different major con­ tributions to his box. He used to be a superb and devoted health practitioner in addition to a thinker and political activist.

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The announcement read something like this : "Urgent Notice : A handsome prize shall go to anyone who sees or apprehends a £ather with eight children ! " As expected and planned, Monsieur Fanon saw the an­ nouncement and asked where is the prize since he had found the father sought. Madame Fanon responded: "You got the prize already since there can be no more a handsome prize than the love of eight children and of their mother ! " A s for the questions o f skin color and its presumed significance, relatives and friends alike asserted that Frantz was by no means the darkest child in the Fanon family.

At the time Geismar visited Martinique, much of the population had a colonial mentality. But FANON'S BACKGROUND AND DEVELOPMENT 17 Madame Fanon prevailed with strength and self-confidence against the hostili­ ty and resentment of many who thought that her son betrayed French interests in Algeria. Geismar (1971, p. 9) observed that Frantz's photograph dominated her living room and that she seemed "to share Frantz Fanon's courage if not his convictions. " Thus, from Geismar's account, one has the impression that Madame Fanon was a warm, resilient mother, easy to get along with and resourceful, a mother who was proud of her children and particularly of Frantz.

Medicine seemed the ideal choice. -In his return to Martinique, his home country, the study of medicine would serve him well and provide a needed service. But Fanon felt he had already lost too much time serving in the war. The study of medicine would take him longer than he was willing to accept. Dentistry was an alternative career. Its training was shorter, and at the same time, it would be a very practical and even lucrative profession. The choice of a career in dentistry was short-lived. Social and financial rewards alone offered no lasting appeals to a man of Fanon's critical intellect and uncompromising temperament.

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