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Heinrich Böll - 1972.

Heinrich Böll - 1972.

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The Seven Greatest Humanitarians In History Check this site out if you have a chance. It gives a brief and beautiful description of each one of these wonderful human beings.

Wole Soyinka - old wise owl

Africa: Literature vs Social and Political Activism

Akinwande Oluwole "Wole" Babatunde Soyinka is a Nigerian playwright and poet. He was awarded the 1986 Nobel Prize in Literature, the first African to be honored.

Otto Weininger

Otto Weininger

alpialdelapalabra: Octavio Paz: ‘Decir: Hacer’

Mexico's Nobel Literature Laureate poet and writer Octavio Paz is seen in this December 1997 file photo attending the opening of a foundation dedicated to his vast life's work.

Andre Gide (1869-1951)

“It is better to be hated for what you are than loved for what you are not.

( - p.mc.n.) Dostoevsky - Photographic portrait of Dostoevsky, inscribed

Photographic portrait of Dostoevsky, inscribed 1880 via Lame Duck Books. Have yet to see a cheerful picture of this great artist.

Here's a rare 1958 interview where Aldous Huxley talked about the future US. Alarmingly, his predictions are becoming modern-day realities.

Aldous Huxley, writer of 'Brave New World' asked for LSD on his deathbed. He died hallucinating.

The Nobel Prize in Literature 1961  Ivo Andric - Ivo Andrić (9 October 1892, Dolac, Bosnia and Herzegovina – 13 March 1975 Belgrade, Serbia) was a Yugoslavian novelist

The Nobel Prize in Literature 1961 Ivo Andric - Ivo Andrić October Dolac, Bosnia and Herzegovina – 13 March 1975 Belgrade, Serbia) was a Yugoslavian novelist

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