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Gor·di·mer(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.
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(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
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Gor•di•mer(ˈgɔr də mər)
Nadine, born 1923, South African writer: Nobel prize 1991.
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