Nobel Laureates in Search of Identity and Integrity: Voices of Different Cultures
World Scientific, 2004 - 266 Seiten
In this collection of essays, biographies and Nobel lectures, tenNobel Laureates from five continents give various and startlingperspectives on current questions about modernity and tradition, unityand diversity, integration, identity, integrity, gender and sexualroles in a multicultural world of change. It is also a book onself-confidence and presents different ways to self-knowledge andcultural individuality. Published in print for the first time, thesestudies and penetrating observations on topical issues, written byleading authors and intellectuals from many distant countries, make upone of the most intriguing and engaging avowals of our time.
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V S Naipaul Two Worlds
V S Naipaul The Enigma of Arrival
Nadine Gordimer Writing and Being
Per Wastberg Nadine Gordimer and the South African Experience
Joran Mjoberg A Single Homeless Circling Satellite Derek Walcott
Fragments of Epic Memory
Anders Hallengren Naguib Mahfouz The Son of Two Civilizations
Patrick White Autobiography
Anders Hallengren Voice of Sardegna Grazia Deledda
Amartya Sen Autobiography
Amartya Sen Tagore and His India
Anders Hallengren Nelson Mandela and the Rainbow of Culture
Karin Hansson Patrick White Existential Explorer
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Eingeschränkte Leseprobe - 2004
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