Nadine Gordimer Edit Profile
Nadine Gordimer is a is a South African writer, political activist. She published her first story at age 15. Her novels and short stories explore the effect of apartheid on the lives of South Africans. Novels and collections include The Conservationist (1974), Crimes of Conscience (1991), and Get a Life (2005). Gordimer won the 1991 Nobel Prize for Literature.
2000 - 2000University Witwatersrand , Attended
recipient Central News Agency Lit. wardSouth Africa, 1975, 1975, 1991, 1980, Modern La South Africa, 1975, 1975, 1991, 1980, Modern Language Association award, 1982, Malaparte prize, Italy, 1985, Nelly Sachs prize, Germany, 1986, Nobel prize for literature, 1991, International Botev prize, 1996, Presidential Medal of Honour, Republic of Chile