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Nobel Prize in Literature

Literature Online: Author Pages

Literature Online (ProQuest) is one of the ASU Library's licensed research databases. Where possible, I have hyperlinked to each Nobel Laureate's author page within that database. An individual author page generally includes three content categories: Primary texts, Criticism and Reference.

Unfortunately, the three Laureates listed below do not have author pages in the database.

  • Theodor Mommsen (1817-1903), 1902 Laureate
  • Rudolf Eucken (1846-1926), 1908 Laureate
  • Svetlana Alexievich (1948- ), 2015 Laureate

If you are interested in locating additional resources on the Nobel Laureates, pleas see our A-Z Databases. In particular, you may wish to consult our Languages & Linguistics and Literature subject categories.

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