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Every once in a while, you begin to read a book and suddenly realize you are experiencing greatness. This is such a book. In a way, it should come as no surprise. Nadine Gordimer is, arguably, South Africa's greatest living novelist.
Winners of the Nobel Prize in literature since 1960:
Nobel laureate Nadine Gordimer is leading South African writers in speaking out against proposals she fears will muzzle freedom of speech in her homeland.
Born in 1923, she wrote her first book in 1949.
Gordimer said Tuesday she and fellow writer Andre Brink _ both veterans of the anti-apartheid movement _ were moved to take action because the white government once banned their work.