An author from Senegal
writing in French
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Khadi Hane is originally from Senegal. She studied languages in France (English and Spanish) and graduated from the Paris University Paris X. She lives in Paris (2005) where she works as a business executive, but remains very attached to the cultural activities of her country of origin. She is the president of the association "Black Arts and Culture".
Sous le regard des étoiles... [Under the gaze of the stars]. Dakar: NEAS, 1998 (Novel).
The tragic story of a young Senegalese women who is rejected by both her country and her family.
Les violons de la haine. Paris: Manuscrit.com, 2001. Novel.
Ma sale peau noire. Paris: Manuscrit.com, 2001. Novel.
Le Collier de paille. Libreville: Editions Ndzé, 2002. (183p.). ISBN: 2-911464-14-1 Novel. (Special Prize of the Jury, NOMA Award 2003).
Il y en a trop dans les rues de Paris. Bertoua, Cameroun: Editions Ndzé, 2005, (78p.) ISBN 2 911 464 26 5. Theatre.
"Aïcha". In Ananda Devi, (ed.) Les Balançoires. Yaoundé: Editions Tropiques, 2006, pp. 109-123. Short sory.
Des fourmis dans la bouche. Paris: Denoël, 2011. (150p.). ISBN : 978-2-20711155-0. Novel.
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Created: 23 June 2000
Modified: 21 November 2011
Archived: 28 November 2013