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Henri Christophe was one of Haiti’s most important nationalist and revolutionary figures in the 19th century. His life has been portrayed in different ways by acclaimed writers from the Caribbean such as Cuban Alejo Carpentier, Nobel Prize winner St. Lucian Derek Walcott, and Martinican Aimé Césaire. These acclaimed literary figures transformed this historical figure into the aestheticized protagonist of narratives that represented their own cultural and sociological ideas about the Caribbean.
William Randolph Hearst's art collection is today all but forgotten, and the motion pictures he produced are unknown to all but scholars of the history of film. However, the illustrations for his newspaper’s journalistic pages played an immediate political and historical role and continue to be reproduced.
Les aficionados du bédéiste Marc-Antoine Mathieu ont souligné maintes fois l’aspect kafkaïen de l’univers mis en place dans la série Julius Corentin Acquefacques, prisonnier des rêves.
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