This essay assesses the translatability, across historical contexts, of Frantz Fanon’s iconic theory of revolutionary violence. It examines Fanon’s work through the prism of the Maoist insurgency in India alongside relevant writings by Arundhati Roy and K. Balagopal.
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Priyamvada Gopal; Concerning Maoism: Fanon, Revolutionary Violence, and Postcolonial India. South Atlantic Quarterly 1 January 2013; 112 (1): 115–128. doi: https://doi.org/10.1215/00382876-1891278
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