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“Translated into twenty-five languages, the book was read by U.S. college students under the title The Wretched of the Earth.”
“Wretched" UCL has a liberal tradition that it still fosters and was the first university in the UK to admit Jews and have a Hebrew department.”
“Then the term "Wretched" was used, well we have taken in lots of wretched people like her good self when she fled the love offered by Idi Amin.”
“Wretched" I got far more enjoyment out of that than any movie Madonna has ever been in.”
“AlexFigueroa - Video publicado por LUMEL, correspondiente a un episodio del programa "Wretched", conducido por Todd Friel.”
“Video publicado por LUMEL, correspondiente a un episodio del programa "Wretched", conducido por Todd Friel.”
“North Korea Uses South's TV Clips to Show "Wretched”
“Blasts Station For Returning Severin To Talk Show Get Free Doughnut With Coffee Friday Slumping Ortiz To Get Eyes Checked Globe Made 'Wretched' Decisions, Union Charges Fans Remember Carradine In Hollywood High 5: Oliver Ames High School's Mike Moverman Little Leaguer Strikes Out Everyone”
“I was struck by the similarity between current conditions inside Tamms and the way Frantz Fanon describes colonized people, in his 1925 classic The Wretched of the Earth, as forced into highly precarious, compressed spaces where they might die anywhere and at any moment.”
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