Rosie Carpe

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Rosie Carpe is a 2001 novel by the French writer Marie NDiaye. It received the 2001 Prix Femina.[1] It was originally published in France by Les Éditions de Minuit. The English translation by Tamsin Black was published in 2004 in the USA by the University of Nebraska press.

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The novel follows the titular character, Rosie Carpe, as she attempts to reconnect with her estranged brother in Guadaloupe.

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