Abdoulaye Sadji est un écrivain sénégalais né à Rufisque en 1910 et mort à Rufisque le 25 décembre 1961.

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  • Abdoulaye Sadji est un écrivain sénégalais né à Rufisque en 1910 et mort à Rufisque le 25 décembre 1961.
  • Abdoulaye Sadji (1910 in Rufisque, Senegal – 25 December 1961, in Dakar) was a Senegalese writer and teacher. The son of a Muslim priest, a marabout, Sadji was educated in a Quranic school. In the 1950s, Sadji worked for a radio station in Dakar, and together with Léopold Sédar Senghor he wrote a reading-book for the elementary school.Sadji published two novels, Maïmouna: petite fille noire (1953) and Nini, mulâtresse du Sénégal (1954), along with a number of short stories, of which "Tounka" (1952) and "Modou-Fatim" (1960) are the most well-known. His works often revolve around young girls from the countryside who are trying to adapt to a life in the city.
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  • Abdoulaye Sadji est un écrivain sénégalais né à Rufisque en 1910 et mort à Rufisque le 25 décembre 1961.
  • Abdoulaye Sadji (1910 in Rufisque, Senegal – 25 December 1961, in Dakar) was a Senegalese writer and teacher. The son of a Muslim priest, a marabout, Sadji was educated in a Quranic school.
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