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Sarraute

[ sa-roht ]
/ saˈroʊt /
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noun
Na·tha·lie [na-ta-lee], /na taˈli/, Nathalie Ilyanova Tcherniak, 1900–1999, French novelist, born in Russia.
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  • M. Sarraute then read a paper on the judicial applications of criminal sociology.

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British Dictionary definitions for Sarraute

Sarraute
/ (French sarot) /

noun
Nathalie (natali). 1900–99, French novelist, noted as an exponent of the antinovel. Her novels include Portrait of a Man Unknown (1948), Martereau (1953), and Ici (1995)
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