Author and Nobel laureate Toni Morrison died Monday at age 88. The acclaimed writer, editor and professor helped transform American literature, bringing forth a black perspective that had rarely been heard. Jeffrey Brown reports and talks to Princeton University’s Tracy…
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He’s gotten a presidential honor and performed for a pope. Now musician Bob Dylan has won the Nobel Prize in literature.
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"Secondhand Time" is the first book by Alexievich to appear in English since she was awarded the Nobel and it continues her series of works exploring the long sweep of Soviet culture and politics.
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Nobel Literature Prize winning Swedish poet Tomas Transtromer died Thursday after a short illness, according to Swedish publisher Bonniers.
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British author Doris Lessing was named winner of the Nobel Prize for literature on Thursday. A George Washington University literature professor discusses Lessing's contributions to her craft.
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