Nobel Project

For my Nobel Project, I really want to read at least one book/work written by each of the laureates of the Nobel Prize in Literature.  This project might take some doing because a) I have a feeling some of the earliest laureates might be out of print and b) in the same vein might not be published in English (and I only read passably well in German and pitifully in French).

2017:  Kazuo Ishiguro

  • An Artist of the Floating World (no blog post)
  • The Remains of the Day (no blog post)
  • The Buried Giant (no blog post)

2015:  Svetlana Alexievich

2014:  Patrick Modiano

  • In the Café of Lost Youth (no blog post)

2013:  Alice Munro

  • Runaway
  • “Child’s Play” – The Best American Short Stories 2008 edited by Salman Rushdie
  • “Train” – The Best American Short Stories 2013 edited by Elizabeth Strout

2010:  Mario Vargas Llosa

  • Death in the Andes (no blog post)

1993:  Toni Morrison

  • Beloved (no blog post)

1991:  Nadine Gordimer

1983:  William Golding

  • Lord of the Flies (no blog post)

1982:  Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  • One Hundred Years of Solitude (no blog post)
  • Love in the Time of Cholera (no blog post)

1970:  Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

  • Cancer Ward

1968:  Yasunari Kawabata

  • Thousand Cranes

1962:  John Steinbeck

  • East of Eden (no blog post)
  • The Grapes of Wrath (no blog post)

1957:  Albert Camus

  • The Stranger (no blog post, re-read summer 2017 for the Teen Book Group)

1954:  Ernest Hemingway

  • For Whom the Bell Tolls (no blog post)

1949:  William Faulkner

  • As I Lay Dying (no blog post)
  • Absalom, Absalom (no blog post)

1930:  Sinclair Lewis

  • Babbitt (no blog post)

1907:  Rudyard Kipling

  • The Just-So Stories (no blog post)
  • The Jungle Books (no blog post)