Een universiteitsstudente van gemengd ras staat op het punt om te trouwen, maar onzeker over haar identiteit, raakt ze geobsedeerd door een dichter met een veel donkerder huidskleur dan die van haar.
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Danzy Senna 1970-
Tineke Funhoff
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New people
Brussel: Luisterpunt, 2019
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Uitgeverij Brooklyn
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About Danzy Senna

Danzy Senna is an American novelist and essayist. She is the author of five books and numerous essays centering on issues of gender, race and motherhood, including her first novel, Caucasia (1998), a national bestseller, and her most recent novel, New People (2017), named by Time magazine as one of the Top Ten Novels of the year. Her writing has appeared in The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Vogue and The New York Times. She is a professor of English at the University of Southern California.

Early life and education

Danzy Senna was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, the middle child of two writers, poet and novelist Fanny Howe, and author and editor Carl Senna (The Fallacy of IQ; The Black Press and the Fight for Civil Rights). Her mother is white; her father is African-American. Senna attended Brookline High School and Stanford University. She earned an MF…Read more on Wikipedia