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Nadine Gordimer dies at the age of 90

Nadine Gordimer dies at the age of 90

Tuesday, July 15 2014

The South African writer and political activist, Nadine Gordimer famous for Booker Prize in 1974 and Nobel Prize in Literature in 1991, died in her sleep on 13 July 2014 at the age of 90.

She was a great writer, a patriot and strong voice for equality and democracy in the world. Nadine Gordimer wrote more than 30 books. Her notable works are "The Conservationist,"Burger's Daughter", "July's People".

Nadine was married first with Gerald Gavron in 1949 and after with Reinhold Cassirer (1954–2001). She is survived by two children.