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Nadine Gordimer

Nadine Gordimer

·3.57·24,178 Ratings
“ Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it. ” ― Rumi
Authors' Books
  • My Son's Story

    2005·
    ·3.61·1,058 Ratings
    From South Africa's most pre-eminent writer comes a tense and intimate family drama about how we come to love.
  • The Lying Days

    2002·
    ·3.89·155 Ratings
  • Loot and Other Stories

    2004·
    ·3.66·205 Ratings
    With her characteristic brilliance, Nobel Prize winner Nadine Gordimer follows the inner lives of characters confronted by unforeseen circumstances. An earthquake offers tragedy and opportunity in the title story, exposing both an ocean bed strewn with tr
  • The House Gun

    1999·
    ·3.54·936 Ratings
    A house gun, like a house cat: a fact of ordinary life, today. How else can you defend yourself against losing your hi-fi equipment, your TV set and computer? The respected Executive Director of an insurance company, Harald, and his doctor wife, Claudia,
  • November

    2005·
    ·3.74·471 Ratings
    An intense, passionate, and profoundly moving work, Flaubert's November explores the notions of desire and longing to most remarkable effect. Wrestling with the agony of loneliness, a young man withdraws deeper into himself, believing he has now reached t
  • World of Strangers

    2002·
    ·3.65·135 Ratings
    A tale of bitterness and division in South Africa.
  • A Guest of Honour

    1970·
    ·3.53·106 Ratings
    James Bray, an English colonial administrator who was expelled from a central African nation for siding with its black nationalist leaders, is invited back ten years later to join in the country's independence celebrations. As he witnesses the factionalis
  • Burger's Daughter

    1980·
    ·3.55·1,455 Ratings
    As a depiction of South Africa, this novel is more revealing than a thousand news dispatches as it tells the story of a young woman cast in the role of a young revolutionary, trying to uphold a heritage handed on by martyred parents while carving out a se
  • Almayer's Folly

    2002·
    ·3.55·804 Ratings
    Almayer’s Folly, Joseph Conrad’s first novel, is a tale of personal tragedy as well as a broader meditation on the evils of colonialism. Set in the lush jungle of Borneo in the late 1800s, it tells of the Dutch merchant Kaspar Almayer, whose dreams of
  • Selected Stories

    1983·
    ·4.16·153 Ratings
    In these stories, selected by Gordimer herself, characters from every corner of society come to life, along with the South African landscape they inhabit. The stories have a strong focus on racial issues, yet their implications are universal. The stories
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