The State 2014.07.15 11:51
JOHANNESBURG - Nadine Gordimer was first a writer of fiction and a defender
of creativity and expression. But as a white South African who hated
apartheid's dehumanization of blacks, she was also a determined political
activist in the struggle to end white minority rule in her country.
Gordimer, who won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1991 for novels that
explored the complex relationships and human cost of racial conflict in
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