NOBEL PRIZE

Svetlana Alexievich, Belarusian
◦  Voices from Chernobyl The Oral History of a Nuclear Disaster
Pearl S. Buck, American
◦  Pavilion of Women
Ève Curie, Polish-French
◦  Madame Curie (Marie Curie): A Biography
Grazia Deledda, Italian
◦  Reeds in the Wind
Leymah Gbowee, Liberian
◦  Mighty Be Our Powers
Nadine Gordimer, South African
◦  The Conservationist
Elfriede Jelinek, Austrian
◦  The Piano Teacher
Selma Lagerlöf, Swedish
◦  The Wonderful Adventures of Nils
Doris Lessing, English
◦  Briefing for a Descent Into Hell
Wangari Maathai, Kenyan
◦  Unbowed A Memoir
Rigoberta Menchú, Guatemalan
◦  I, Rigoberta Menchú An Indian Woman in Guatemala
Gabriela Mistral, Chilean
◦  Madwomen The Locas mujeres Poems of Gabriela Mistral
Alice Munro, Canadian
◦  Open Secrets
Toni Morrison, African-American
Nonfiction
◦  Conversations with Toni Morrison by Danille K Taylor-Guthrie
All 11 Fiction
◦  The Bluest Eye, 1970
◦  Sula, 1973
◦  Song of Solomon, 1977
◦  Tar Baby, 1981
◦  Beloved, 1987
◦  Jazz, 1992
◦  Paradise, 1997
◦  Love, 2003
◦  A Mercy, 2008
◦  Home, 2012
◦  God Help the Child, 2015
Herta Müller, Romanian-German
◦  The Appointment
Nelly Sachs, German-Swedish
◦  Collected Poems I (1944-1949)
Wisława Szymborska, Polish
◦  Map Collected and Last Poems
Sigrid Undset, Norwegian
◦  Gunnar’s Daughter