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Canetti

(kəˈnɛtɪ)
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(Biography) Elias. 1905–94, British novelist and writer, born in Bulgaria, who usually wrote in German. His works include the novel Auto da Fé (1935). Nobel prize for literature 1981

Ca•net•ti

(kəˈnɛt i)
n.
Elias, 1905–94, Bulgarian-born writer, in England after 1938: Nobel prize 1981.
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I like to quote (again) Elias Canetti, the Nobel Prize-winning writer claimed by Bulgaria, England and Switzerland, not to mention the Jews.
KATHLEEN STEPHENSON Upper Cumberworth Pride in our young MAY I, through the letters page, THANK teacher Emma Canetti and Royds Hall history GCSE group for sending me the appreciative THANK you card after my TALK at the school.
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