Aminata Sow Fall

1941 - Today

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Aminata Sow Fall (born 27 April 1941) is a Senegalese-born author. While her native language is Wolof, her books are written in French. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Aminata Sow Fall has received more than 38,089 page views. Her biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 17 in 2019). Aminata Sow Fall is the 4,469th most popular writer (down from 3,831st in 2019), the 16th most popular biography from Senegal and the 3rd most popular Senegalese Writer.

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  • 38k

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  • 58.38

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  • 18

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 3.09

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.74

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among writers, Aminata Sow Fall ranks 4,469 out of 5,794Before her are Aaron Sorkin, Edward Carpenter, Šatrijos Ragana, Jeffrey Eugenides, Olive Schreiner, and Fedde Schurer. After her are James Dashner, John Hersey, Karim Findi, Conrad Hall, Jean-Christophe Rufin, and Bell hooks.

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Among people born in 1941, Aminata Sow Fall ranks 370Before her are Mike Honda, Jorma Kinnunen, Christopher Jones, Nils Arne Eggen, Helen Reddy, and Charlotte Stewart. After her are Beatrice Tinsley, Kazuo Imanishi, Zalman King, ʻAkilisi Pōhiva, Giancarlo Bercellino, and José Antonio Zaldúa.

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In Senegal

Among people born in Senegal, Aminata Sow Fall ranks 16 out of 97Before her are Lamine Diack (1933), Amadou-Mahtar M'Bow (1921), Mariama Bâ (1929), Patrice Evra (1981), Sadio Mané (1992), and Théodore-Adrien Sarr (1936). After her are Mame Madior Boye (1940), Ibrahim Ba (1973), El Hadji Diouf (1981), Habib Thiam (1933), Aliou Cissé (1976), and Mahammed Dionne (1959).

Among WRITERS In Senegal

Among writers born in Senegal, Aminata Sow Fall ranks 3Before her are Léopold Sédar Senghor (1906) and Mariama Bâ (1929). After her are Cheikh Hamidou Kane (1928), Fatou Diome (1968), and Khady Sylla (1963).