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David
Diop

David Diop is a professor of eighteenth century literature at the University of Pau, France. At Night All Blood is Black is David’s second novel. It was shortlisted for ten major prizes in France and won the Prix Goncourt des Lycéens. It has been translated into 13 languages, winning the LA Times Book Prize for fiction, the Italian Premio Strega Europeo, and the International Booker Prize 2021 among others. David Diop was born in Paris and grew up in Senegal.

 

David Diop is a professor of eighteenth century literature at the University of Pau, France. At Night All Blood is Black is David’s second novel. It was shortlisted for ten major prizes in France and won the Prix Goncourt des Lycéens. It has been translated into 13 languages, winning the LA Times Book Prize for fiction, the Italian Premio Strega Europeo, and the International Booker Prize 2021 among others. David Diop was born in Paris and grew up in Senegal.

 

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