Senegal's Mohamed Mbougar Sarr wins France's prestigious Goncourt Prize

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At just 31 years old, Senegalese writer Mohamed Mbougar Sarr (pictured) has won France's top literary prize, the Goncourt, for his book "'The Most Secret Memory of Men". Sarr has been applauded for his elegant literary style, creating a labyrinthine ode to literature that embraces France, Senegal, 20th-century history and the artistic conundrum of plagiarism. We take a closer look.

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