Nadine Gordimer

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Noun1.Nadine Gordimer - South African novelist and short-story writer whose work describes the effects of apartheid (born in 1923)
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Other literary giants who have featured in the past include Harold Pinter, William Styron, Nadine Gordimer, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, John Banville .
Judy Blume, Maurice Sendak, Shel Silverstein, Alvin Schwartz, Leslea Newman, and Nadine Gordimer used to regularly cause pearl-clutching patrons and parents to have conniptions, so I worried that we Jews were losing our edge.
Among his topics are postmodernism and black writing in South Africa, the ideology of reconciliation: its effects on South African culture, Alex La Guma: the man and his work, Herman Charles Bosman: in search of the "true" Afrikaners, South African fiction: writers at the barricades, Coetzee's White Writing: On the Culture of Letters in South Africa, Nadine Gordimer at 75, and how I write.
Nobel laureate Nadine Gordimer published July's People in 1981, which depicted white-minority rule and its collapse.
Copeland, reading the novels of Nadine Gordimer, devised six stages to describe how self-perception of the white women contributes to make them understand their past to create the future.
The execution of the project documentation and technical specifications for the implementation and Acceptance of construction works (STWiORB), together with cost estimation for investors to revitalize the House of John Paul II, 6, along with Nadine Gordimer and yard management (plot no 846/41).
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.
PEN has had among its members such renowned writers as Mario Vargas Llosa of Peru, Toni Morrison of the United States, the Nadine Gordimer of South Africa, Francois Mauriac of France and Thomas Mann of Germany.
Es el caso de la escritora sudafricana Nadine Gordimer, que partio serenamente de este mundo, el pasado 14 de julio en su casa de su natal Johannesburgo, a la edad de noventa anos.
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.
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.