Pauline Delabroy-Allard

After studying Classics, Pauline Delabroy-Allard became a librarian, then a teacher specialised in documentation. In 2013, she co-wrote her first book with Kim Hullot-Guiot, La littérature expliquée aux matheux. She also contributes to the on-line magazine En attendant Nadeau. In August 2018, her first novel was published by Éditions de minuit, Ça raconte Sarah, which received great critical acclaim and was awarded the Nancy / Le Point Prix des libraires, the La Poste Envoyé prize, the Prix du Style and the France Culture-Télérama Students’ prize for a novel; it was also shortlisted for the Goncourt prize as well as for the Goncourt lycée students’ prize.

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