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Lessing

1. Doris (May). born 1919, English novelist and short-story writer, brought up in Rhodesia: her novels include the five-novel sequence Children of Violence (1952--69), The Golden Notebook (1962), a series of science-fiction works (1979--83), The Good Terrorist (1985), and The Sweetest Dream (2001)
2. Gotthold Ephraim . 1729--81, German dramatist and critic. His plays include Miss Sara Sampson (1755), the first German domestic tragedy, and Nathan der Weise (1779). He is noted for his criticism of French classical dramatists, and for his treatise on aesthetics Laokoon (1766)
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For example, in 2018, Lessing's went strawless at all 10 of its restaurants to help protect sea life, and switched to biodegradable take-out containers.
Se acerca asi a la obra especulativa de Lessing de los anos 70 y 80, que le valio criticas por su alejamiento de la literatura realista (Earl INGERSOLL, 1994; Alice RIDOUT and Susan WATKINS, 2009) pero que le permitio explorar temas de su interes sin las constricciones del tiempo y el espacio, tal como lo afirma en el prologo a la novela Shikasta (Doris LESSING, 1979, p.
When we arrived at the section of TGN where the Saul Green character first appears--this is Anna Wulf's tormented, magnetic American boarder, with whom she's fated to fall "hopelessly in love"--as someone always pleased to have a bit of literary gossip to share, I said that Saul Green was based on Clancy Sigal, the American writer and Communist who was one of Lessing's lovers.
Lessing then introduces the character of Tony Marston, a young public school graduate who has come out to the colony from England.
There has been an extremely positive reception within the community to Lessing's performance and food offerings."
(http://boston.cbslocal.com/2016/05/20/93-year-old-wwii-vet-supports-tom-brady-chastises-second-circuit-judges-for-prolonging-deflategate/) WBZ-TV, a Boston CBS affiliate station, got in touch with Lessing, who reiterated that he thought Brady was being targeted.
In dialogue with Lessing's and Lukacs's theories, I analyze Keats's use of description and interior space in his narrative poetry.
Doris Lessing's international reputation as a novelist and short story writer was established during the 1950s and 1960s with the publication of works like Martha Quest (1952), The Golden Notebook (1962) and African Stories (1964).
Lessing, "la mas grande novelista viviente de habla Inglesa", como ya desde entonces era considerada, dejo un invaluable testimonio en esta entrevista magnificamente realizada y que hoy constituye un documento invaluable para el acercamiento y real valoracion de la novelista, cuentista, ensayista y dramaturga nacida en Kermanshah, el 22 de octubre de 1919 y fallecida en Londres, el 17 de noviembre de 2013.
This paper attempts to dismantle the ideological anarchy of speculative and emancipatory discourses of history through an analysis of postmodern skepticism towards enlightenment and unified representations of human liberation and salvation in Lessing's The Golden Notebook (1962).
Lessing was born in Tehran to a captain in the first World War and a nurse, who met while her father was having his leg amputated.
According to Lessing's longtime agent and friend Jonathan Clowes, the 'The Golden Notebook' author died peacefully at her London home in the early hours of Sunday morning, News.com.au reported.