16 October 2007

Doris Lessing

Lessing on Nobel: "It's about 40 years since they sent one of their minions especially to tell me they didn't like me at the Nobel Prize and I would never get it. I've never asked for it, you see, so this struck me as very bad manners. So now they've decided they're going to give it to me... do they like me any better?"
(Source: BBC: Past Nobel Literature winners)

Time Magazine's take on her Nobel Prize award.

ABC's report

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