Rwandan Author Wins Top French Literary Award

Rwandan-born Scholastique Mukasonga, who lives in France, has won this year's prestigious Prix Renaudot award for her novel set in a time when the 1994 genocide erupted.
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Scholastique Mukasonga: Her book describes life in an isolated elite girls school and the tensions between Hutu and Tutsi pupils.

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