Who is Nadine Gordimer?

  • (noun): South African novelist and short-story writer whose work describes the effects of apartheid (born in 1923).
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Nadine Gordimer

Nadine Gordimer (born 20 November 1923) is a South African writer, political activist and recipient of the 1991 Nobel Prize in Literature, when she was recognised as a woman "who through her magnificent epic writing has – in the words of Alfred Nobel – been of very great benefit to humanity".

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Central News Agency Literary Award - Past Winners (incomplete List)
... Coetzee Waiting for the Barbarians Nadine Gordimer (English) 1979 Nadine Gordimer Burger's Daughter (English) 1979 D.J Opperman Komas Uit 'N Bamboesstok (Afrikaans) 1978 Andr ... O Magersfontein! (Afrikaans) 1975 Nadine Gordimer, 1975 Guy Butler Selected Poems (English) 1974 Nadine Gordimer 1968 Chris Barnard Duiwel-in-die-bos (Afrikaans) 1965 André Brink Olé (Afri ...
List Of Fiction Set In South Africa
... Coetzee Karoo Boy by Troy Blacklaws Burger's Daughter by Nadine Gordimer The Conservationist by Nadine Gordimer Ah, But Your Land Is Beautiful by Alan Paton Cry, The Beloved Country by Alan Paton Too Late ... by Mark Behr Fiela's Child by Dalene Matthee Flowers in the Sand by Clive Algar Get a Life by Nadine Gordimer In the Heart of the Country by J.M ... Coetzee July's People by Nadine Gordimer Journeys to the End of the World by Clive Algar Life Times of Michael K by J.M ...
Nadine Gordimer - List of Works
... in Six One-Act Plays Adaptations of Gordimer's works "The Gordimer Stories" (1981–82) - adaptations of seven short stories she wrote screenplays for four of them Other works On the ...

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    Exile as a mode of genius no longer exists; in place of Joyce we have the fragments of work appearing in Index on Censorship.
    Nadine Gordimer (b. 1923)

    Censorship is never over for those who have experienced it. It is a brand on the imagination that affects the individual who has suffered it, forever.
    —Nadine Gordimer (b. 1923)