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Nathacha Appanah

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Nathacha Appanah

Nathacha Appanah, a French-Mauritian of Indian origin, was born in Mauritius and worked there as a journalist before moving to France in 1998. The Last Brother, her fourth novel, won the Prix de la FNAC 2007 and the Grand Prix des Lecteurs de L’Express 2008.

Articles by Nathacha Appanah

Wild Daffodils
By Nathacha Appanah
Slowly, as we made our way up to the village, the air became crystal clear, rid itself of the city’s impurities, and we, too, shed our masks.
Translated from French by Geoffrey Strachan
Multilingual
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