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Rosie Carpe - Marie NDiaye

Rosie Carpe

; Tamsin Black (Oversetter)

This novel, which takes place in Guadeloupe, won France's Prix Femina in 2001. Les mer
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This novel, which takes place in Guadeloupe, won France's Prix Femina in 2001.
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Forlag: University of Nebraska Press
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 310
ISBN: 9780803233485
Format: 20 x 15 cm
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«“Fascinating . . . a page-turner. The strange characters, many of whom are described as having bizarre, transparent eyes, seem somehow to come to life. A sense of unreality, intensified by a persistent yellow hue, bathes and enhances the entire work.”—Jayne R. Boisvert, Multicultural Review»

Marie NDiaye, winner of the Prix Goncourt in 2009, is the author of seven novels and lives in France. Her novel Rosie Carpe was published in France where it won the Prix Femina in 2001. Tamsin Black is a freelance translator and most recently translated Sylvie Matton's Rembrandt's Whore.