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22,Kamenz, Upper Lusatia, Saxony [Germany]—died Feb. 15,Braunschweig, Brunswick [Germany]), German dramatist, critic, and writer on philosophy and helped free German drama from the influence of classical and French models and wrote plays of lasting importance.
His critical essays greatly stimulated German letters and combated. InLessing published two novels under the literary pseudonym Jane Somers to show the Lessing. book new authors face in trying Lessing.
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Doris Lessing, British writer whose novels and short stories are largely concerned with people involved in the social and political upheavals of the 20th century. She was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in Her family was living in Persia at the time of her birth but moved to a farm in.
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Doris Lessing's Golden Notebook, 50 years on The Golden Notebook is the book I have given most as a gift since I read it for the first time nearly a decade ago, in my early 20s. If a new Author: Guardian Staff. Lessing's latest project, a series entitled Canopus in Argos—Archives, will (if this first volume is any indication) firmly pull together and extend all the most controversial elements of her recent work.
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This beautiful collection is an homage to her twenty-five years spent in Africa and a brilliant portrait of African life. Lessing’s books were mainly fictional and can be sub-categorized in three diverse themes; The Communist theme which lasted from to The Psychological Theme started from to and then Sufism, to which she was introduced to by ‘Idries Shah’, who was a good friend and teacher.
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The Nobel Prize citation said Lessing recorded the female experience "with scepticism, fire and visionary power" and "subjected a divided civilisation to scrutiny," but this book sings a much greater song: a woman growing stronger and more beautiful by searching for an independent self on whom everyone depends.
After touching down on common ground In The Summer Before the Dark, Doris Lessing has written another didactic, apocalyptic briefing which she has described elsewhere as an attempt at autobiography. But then all of her books have been autobiographical to a degree—all of them have been about women—while this one more markedly is about Woman, that uncomfortable presence.
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