Aminata Sow Fall

About Author

Aminata Sow Fall is a Senegalese novelist, one of the first and best known Francophone African writers. She was born in 1941 in Saint-Louis, attended secondary school in Dakar and studied in France before returning to Senegal to work as a teacher. She later worked for the Commission for Educational Reform, responsible for introducing African literature into the French curriculum in Senegal, and is currently head of the Centre d'Animation et d'Échanges Culturels in Dakar and the publishing house she founded in 1990 , Editions Khoudia. His work A Greve dos Mendigos (The Beggars' Strike) was translated into Portuguese by Ethale.

Books by Aminata Sow Fall