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Nobel Prize in Literature

2022 Laureate in Literature Announced

Annie Ernaux (2022)
Ernaux, Annie, 1940-:
Literature Online: Author Page
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On the Nobel Prize in Literature at ASU

Professor Elizabeth Horan
Professor Horan is an internationally recognized scholar on Latin American literature - including the life and work of Gabriela Mistral - the 1945 Nobel Laureate for Literature.

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Wilson, Suzanne. "ASU Scholars Reflect on Toni Morrison's Impact on Literature." ASU News. Aug. 7, 2019.

Greguska, Emma. "Dylan's Nobel Prize Win Shows Definition of Literature is Changing." ASU News. Oct. 24, 2016.

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