V. S. Naipaul _ Biography
Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipaul
- Born in Chaguanas, Trinidad
(17 August 1932)
- Parents of Indian descent
- scholarship to Oxford
Booker Prize (1971) – In a Free State
V. S. Naipaul “ONE OUT OF MANY”
- published in 1971
- three short stories
“One out of Many”
“Tell Me Who to Kill”
African American Literature
Born in Feb 18, 1931, Ohio.
From Working-class family
Contacts numerous black community folktales through her father
Pulitzer Prize for Fiction(1988) for Beloved
NobelPrize of Literature(1993)
Written in 2012
Right after Korean War, U.S.A.
Modern Odysseus : story of a man who goes back to his hometown after the war
Stream of Consci
In Dubious Battle in 1937. He won New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Of Mice and Men in 1938. He elected to membership of the National Institute of Arts and Leuers in 1939. He won Pulitzer Prize for The Grapes of Wrath in 1940. He won King Haakon Liberty Cross for The Moon is Down in 1946. He elected to the American Academy of Arts and Letters in 1948. He won NobelPrize for Literature in 19
In 1991, she received the NobelPrize for literature.
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The Good Earth is a superb novel, having won its author-Pearl Sydenstricker Buck- a lot of honorable reputation and prizes, including the NobelPrize for literature and the Pulitzer Prize. This book was on the top of the best seller list for two years and gained so much fame that made two more of its following sequels to come up.