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 (gôr′də-mər), Nadine 1923-2014.
South African writer whose works, such as July's People (1981), often address the racial tensions of her homeland. She won the 1991 Nobel Prize for literature.

Gordimer

(ˈɡɔːdɪmə)
n
(Biography) Nadine. born 1923, South African novelist. Her books include The Lying Days (1952), The Conservationist (1974), which won the Booker prize, None to Accompany Me (1994), and The House Gun (1998). Her works were banned in South Africa for their condemnation of apartheid. Nobel prize for literature 1991

Gor•di•mer

(ˈgɔr də mər)
n.
Nadine, born 1923, South African writer: Nobel prize 1991.
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Noun1.Gordimer - South African novelist and short-story writer whose work describes the effects of apartheid (born in 1923)
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His writing had a great political significance, especially in the renaissance of Germany after the World War,'' 1991 Nobel laureate Nadine Gordimer told The Associated Press in 1999.
Like Gordimer, Brink had been among the few particularly distinguished white South African writers whose denunciation of white privilege and enunciation of enlightened humane values potentially applicable to all humankind did not only become the presiding concern of their art but was also expressed in their "heretical" association with the ANC (that is, rather than the National Party or better still the Broederbond).
In other words, he was truly, inevitably made of the stuff that marked Balzac, Gordimer, Tolstoy or Naguib Mahfouz as the best in the global family of authors, recounting obsessively about the human condition just as how Kemal committed his life to.
beaucoup moins que] Je ne cesse de le dire qu'on a perdu un prix Nobel, une grande plume, une Nadine Gordimer [beaucoup plus grand que], estime-t-elle.
On 13 July the world woke up to the news that Nadine Gordimer, the Nobel-prize-winning South African author, freedom fighter and anti-apartheid campaigner, had died in her Johannesburg home at the age of 90.
Nadine Gordimer ou know you've made it when your work gets banned - and South African Nadine Gordimer was no stranger to censorship.
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.
London, July 15 ( ANI ): Nobel prize-winning author Nadine Gordimer took her last breath at her home in Johannesburg.
While not a work of literary criticism, this well-written book nonetheless provides the reader with glimpses of a scholar's love of literature as it turned from American novelists Faulkner and Melville to African writers Gordimer, Coetzee, Achebe, and others.
CDATA[ 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.