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Marie N'Diaye

Author of Three Strong Women

Includes the names: M. NDiaye, Ndiaye Marie, Maria NDiaye

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Three Strong Women by Marie NDiaye

From Marie NDiaye, the first black woman to win the Prix Goncourt, a harrowing and beautiful novel of the travails of West African immigrants in France.

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