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Gurnah's win of the Nobel Prize raises hope for African writers

OPINION

Writers and enthusiasts of literature, once more, have cause to be sanguine.

Gurnah's win of the Nobel Prize raises hope for African writers

By Mulang'o Baraza | 3 days ago

Time for Africa to create its own literature award

Time for Africa to create its own literature award

The 2021 Nobel Literature Prize was awarded to Professor Abdulrazak Gurnah. The Swedish Academy is responsible for choosing Nobel Laureates.

Antoney Luvinzu | 11 days ago

Making the Nobel Prize a truly global award is paramount

I am convinced that the Nobel Committee considers the prize to Africans tokenistic and therefore does little research on the deserving awardees.

Kamotho Waiganjo | 19 days ago

Tanzanian writer Abdulrazak Gurnah wins 2021 Nobel Prize in Literature

Gurnah, whose novels include "Paradise" and "Desertion", writes in English and lives in Britain.

Reuters | 20 days ago

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