Top 40 books by Nobel literary and peace laureates

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1/Alice Munro (2013) – Selected stories (£9.99)

2/Mario Vargas Llosa (2010) – Feast of the Goat (£8.99)

3/Doris Lessing (2007) – The Grass is Singing (£8.99)

4/Orhan Pamuk (2006) – My Name is Red (£8.99)

5/Orhan Pamuk (2006) The White Castle (£8.00)

6/Harold Pinter (2005) – The Birthday Party (£9.99)

7/J.M. Coetzee (2003) – Disgrace (£8.99)

8/Imre Kertesz (2002) – Kaddish for an Unborn Child (£8.99)

9/V.S. Naipaul (2001) – A House for Mr Biswas (£10.99)

10/Jose Saramago (1998) – Blindness (£8.99)

11/Dario Fo (1997) – Accidental Death of an Anarchist (£8.99)

12/Seamus Heaney (1995) – Death of a Naturalist (£9.99)

13/Kenzeburo Oe (1994) – Silent Cry (£8.99)

14/Toni Morrison (1993) – Song of Solomon (£8.99)

15/Derek Walcott (1992) – Selected Poems (£16.99)

16/Nadine Gordimer (1991) – No Time Like the Present (£8.99)

17/Naguib Mahfouz (1988) – Palace Walk (£9.99)

18/William Golding (1983) – Lord of the Flies (£7.99)

18/Gabriel Garcia Marquez (1982) – 100 Years of Solitude (£8.99)

20/Saul Bellow (1976) – Herzog (£9.99)

21/Pablo Neruda (1971) – Selected Poems (£9.95)

22/Alexandr Solzhenitsyn (1970) – One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich (£7.99)

23/Samuel Beckett (1969) – Complete Dramatic Works (£17.99)

24/Jean-Paul Sartre (1964) – Nausea (£9.99)

25/John Steinbeck (1962) – The Grapes of Wrath (£9.99)

26/Boris Pasternak (1958) – Doctor Zhivago (£8.99)

27/Albert Camus (1957) – The Outsider (£7.99)

28/Ernest Hemmingway (1954) – The Old Man and the Sea (£5.99)

29/Ernest Hemmingway (1954) For Whom the Bell Tolls (£6.99)

30/William Faulkner (1949) – The Sound and the Fury (£8.99)

31/T.S. Eliot (1948) – The Wasteland and Other Poems (£9.99)

32/Herman Hesse (1946) – Siddhartha (£9.99)

33/Thomas Mann (1929) – The Magic Mountain (£9.99)

34/William Butler Yeats (1923) – Collected Poems (£10.99)

35/Knut Hamsun (1920) – Hunger (£10)

36/Rudyard Kipling (1907) – Kim (£7.99)

Nobel peace laureates’ books

37/Liu Xiaobo (2010) – No Enemies, No Hatred (£13.95)

38/Barack Obama (2009) – Dreams from My Father (£9.99)

39/Nelson Mandela (1993) – The Long Walk to Freedom (£14.99)

40/Tenzin Gyatso, 14th Dalai Lama (1989) – A Profound Mind (£8.99)

 

 

 

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