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Books are probably one of the best ways of entertaining yourself. They are cheap, easy to come by and are an excellent source of information. When it comes to literature, there is a whole range of choice out there for you to take your pick from. You do not even need to venture to your local book shop anymore, as there are more options out there depending on your style. You may not even have to leave your home if you are looking for a good read, for instance online stores like Ogma.co.uk offer a range of great books. With the many types of media available now, you can get books almost anywhere.

Kindles and other reading devices have become very popular. This is because they are able to store a large number of books on them. You will then be able to read them in comfort without having to worry about them taking up too much space. For individuals who do not have enough space in their homes, this is the perfect solution. It is also an excellent choice for people who are going away on holiday. You no longer have to worry about being over the limit with your books and your baggage when you use this type.

It is a good idea to take a look at second hand book shops if you want something quick and cheap. A lot of people may choose to hand in their old books that they no longer want.

You will be able to go in and browse through the different volumes in order to see what you want. Avid readers are always going to be looking for new books to devour. It is possible to keep up with the world of reading online. There are numerous blogs that are hosted by authors these days. What you can do is go onto them and read about their latest progress. This is a great way of understanding what is coming up in the world of your favourite books. Literature is now a lot more interactive than it used to be. Stories are no longer reserved for the forgotten and dusty book shelves of old libraries.

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History of Swedish Academy's Nobel Library

Nobel Library is an instrument of the Swedish Academy's prize work. It was founded in 1901 in connection with the Academy's newly established Nobel Institute. Its primary function was to provide the Nobel Committee and the Institute's employees all NECESSARY literature in the work of the literary Nobel Prize. The library's task is ultimately originates in the will of Alfred Nobel, in which "the Academy in Stockholm" is required to reward "those in the literature has produced the most outstanding work in an ideal direction".

The Nobel Institute would thus entail a larger library of accounts by the serial works of world literature. The mission of planning went into the library literature professor Karl Warburg.

In November 1900 informed Warburg Academy that he had found one for library purposes appropriate at Railway Square, located in the by Ferdinand Boberg plotted so-called Vasaborgen. It had a "free, cheerful location: spacious rooms, rich natural light for both the reading room as book talks, fully solid building, mighty to bear which weights at any time". The premises were calculated to accommodate about 65 000 volumes, being an "excellent reading room" sense of onto a terrace with plantings, a few office and a caretaker residence.

Warburg counted on having to purchase literature from around thirty languages. He had therefore contacted most of the major publishers and booksellers across Europe. Many books were bought in Paris, Avignon, Barcelona, ​​London, Rome, Poznan, Zagreb, Belgrade, Prague, Budapest, Copenhagen ....

I would significantly Nobel Library for their coverage can also be a journal library containing "such a rich collection as possible of critical, literary and linguistic journals of relevance".

Nobel Library was opened November 16, 1901. In addition to serving members of the Academy and Nobelintitutets officials would also, if resources, "provide other scientists and scholars and writers the opportunity to study foreign literature". Gradually, was also an "educated public" access.

Five years after the library's creation was mere fiction book collection has grown to almost 15 000 volumes, and after two decades had been the library had outgrown the premises at the Railway Square. In October 1921 Nobel Library was able to move into its current premises in the Stock Exchange building in Old Town.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
2008 : Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio

 

Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio  

 

"author of new departures, poetic adventure and sensual ecstasy, explorer of a humanity beyond and below the reigning civilization"

 

Born

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April 13, 1940

Place of birth

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Nice, France

Occupation

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Writer

Nationality

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French

Notable award(s)

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Nobel Prize in Literature 2008

 

Biography:

Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio born in Nice in 1940. He is the son of Raoul The Clézio, surgeon, and Simone The Clézio. His parents are cousins (both have the same grandfather Sir Eugene The Clézio) and come from a Breton family emigrated to Mauritius in the eighteenth century [6] where they acquire British citizenship as a result of 'annexation of the island by the Empire. The Clézio considers himself himself as culture Mauritian and French. He wrote his first stories at the age of seven years in the cabin of the boat that leads with his mother in Nigeria where he will find his father, who stayed there during the Second World War. Writing and travel remain therefore inseparable from the pen of The Clézio.

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2007 : Doris Lessing

 

Doris Lessing

 

"that epicist of the female experience, who with scepticism, fire and visionary power has subjected a divided civilisation to scrutiny"

 

Born

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October 22, 1919

Place of birth

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Kermanshah, Persia

Occupation

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Writer

Nationality

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British

Notable award(s)

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Nobel Prize in Literature 2007

 

Biography:

Doris May Tayler was born in Persia (Iran today) in 1919. His father, bank employee, was seriously wounded during the First World War and is reduced by one member. His mother, a nurse, lost the man she loved [ref. necessary].

She is only six years old when his family settled in 1925, Southern Rhodesia (then British colony) in the hope of instant wealth through the cultivation of corn, tobacco and grains.

Inmate of an institute run by Catholic nuns on it wrong, it is also in constant opposition with his mother. She is leaving school at fifteen years working as an au pair then eighteen years as switchboard operator at Salisbury (the ancient capital of Southern Rhodesia).

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