Item description for Nobel Lectures in Literature, 1968-1980 (Nobel Lectures, Including Presentation Speeches and Laureate) by Tore Frangsmyr, Sture Allen, Stephen Crane, Herman Melville, Sandra Newman, Sally Morgenthaler, Jeff St. Charles & Scott Silsby...
Equally important to our understanding of history and humanity are the great works of literature. The Nobel Prize for Literature recognizes modern classics and the efforts of authors to bridge gaps between different cultures, time-periods and styles; the prizewinners between 1968 and 1980 are from four continents. These volumes are collections of the Nobel lectures delivered by the prizewinners, together with their biographies, portraits and presentation speeches for the period 1968 - 1980. Each Nobel lecture is based on the work that won the laureate his prize. New biographical data on the laureates, since they were awarded the Nobel prize, is also included.
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Studio: World Scientific Publishing Co., Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 6.5" Height: 9.75" Weight: 1.05 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 1994
Publisher World Scientific Publishing Co., Inc.
ISBN 9810211759 ISBN13 9789810211752
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Speaking to mankind as a whole Nov 20, 2006
This book contains the Nobel Prize Speeches of the laureates in the years 1968-80. It also includes the presentation speeches, a biographical sketch and picture of each laureate. Those included in this volume are Kawabata, Beckett, Solzhenitsyn, Neruda, Boll, Patrick White, I.B. Singer, Martinson and Johnson, Montale, Bellow, Vincente Alexandre, Elytis, Milosz. The Nobel Prize speech is an opportunity for the writer to give a message to Mankind as a whole.