Nadine Gordimer

Nadine Gordimer

South African writer, political activist and recipient of the 1991 Nobel Prize in Literature
The process of writing fiction is totally unconscious. It comes from what you are learning, as you live, from within. For me, all writing is a process of discovery. We are looking for the meaning of life. No matter where you are, there are conflicts and dramas everywhere. It is the process of what it means to be a human being; how you react and are reacted upon, these inward and outer pressures. If you are writing with a direct cause in mind, you are writing propaganda. It's fatal for a fiction writer. /process/ Nadine Gordimer quotes

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