Nadine Gordimer

Gordimer at the Göteborg Book Fair, 2010 Nadine Gordimer (20 November 1923 – 13 July 2014) was a South African writer, political activist and recipient of the 1991 Nobel Prize in Literature. She was recognized as a woman "who through her magnificent epic writing has – in the words of Alfred Nobel – been of very great benefit to humanity".

Gordimer's writing dealt with moral and racial issues, particularly apartheid in South Africa. Under that regime, works such as ''Burger's Daughter'' and ''July's People'' were banned. She was active in the anti-apartheid movement, joining the African National Congress during the days when the organization was banned, and gave Nelson Mandela advice on his famous 1964 defence speech at the trial which led to his conviction for life. She was also active in HIV/AIDS causes. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Gordimer, Nadine
Published 1990
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by Gordimer, Nadine
Published 1987
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by Gordimer, Nadine
Published 1978
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by Gordimer, Nadine
Published 1998
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by Gordimer, Nadine
Published 1995
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by Gordimer, Nadine
Published 1992
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by Gordimer, Nadine
Published 2001
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by Gordimer, Nadine
Published 1995
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by Gordimer, Nadine.
Published 1973
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by Gordimer, Nadine
Published 1991
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by Gordimer, Nadine
Published 1980
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by Gordimer, Nadine
Published 1999
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by Gordimer, Nadine
Published 1980
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Published 2005
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by Gordimer, Nadine
Published 2003
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by Gordimer, Nadine
Published 1991
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