Gordimer


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South African novelist and short-story writer whose work describes the effects of apartheid (born in 1923)

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Over more than forty years, Gordimer, through an acute
The paper brings Gordimer's female protagonist of Occasion for Loving, a white woman of conscience, to the fore to investigate her possibilities for forming a personal identity under the influence of the abovementioned factors.
You know you've made it when your work gets banned - and South African Nadine Gordimer was no stranger to censorship.
Nadine Gordimer, the South African writer whose literary ambitions led her into the heart of apartheid to create a body of fiction that brought her a Nobel Prize in 1991, died Sunday in Johannesburg.
London, July 15 ( ANI ): Nobel prize-winning author Nadine Gordimer took her last breath at her home in Johannesburg.
NADINE Gordimer, a South African author who won the Nobel Prize for novels that explored the cost of racial conflict in apartheid-era South Africa, has died at the age of 90, her family said.
Response 2: After writing a blog in critique of Rabbi Gordimer on another site and reading the Rabbi's response to him on Arutz Sheva, the writer has a question to ask those in decision-making positions, from a layman's point of view.
South African writer JM Coetzee won in 1983 and 1999, while Nadine Gordimer, another South African, was joint winner for her novel The Conservationist in 1974.
Among the topics addressed in 12 contributions: the secular and the spiritual in Gordimer's post-apartheid fiction, narrative dynamics in The Book of Happenstance by Ingrid Winterbach, Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard and Suzman's The Free State, and nature and refuges in some Afrikaans narratives.
Coetzee, Nadine Gordimer, Kazuo Ishiguro, and Ruth Ozeki.
The Nobel Prize in Literature is awarded to Nadine Gordimer (South Africa, 1923-) "who through her magnificent epic writing has ...
In her 1991 Nobel Prize acceptance speech, Nadine Gordimer speaks of the Word.