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Gaël
Faye

Gaël Faye was born in 1982 in Burundi to a French father and Rwandan mother. In 1995, after the outbreak of the civil war in Rwanda, the family moved to France. Small Country is his first novel and has been awarded numerous literary prizes, among them the Prix Goncourt des Lycéens. He lives in Paris.

Gaël Faye was born in 1982 in Burundi to a French father and Rwandan mother. In 1995, after the outbreak of the civil war in Rwanda, the family moved to France. Small Country is his first novel and has been awarded numerous literary prizes, among them the Prix Goncourt des Lycéens. He lives in Paris.

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