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    Nobel Prize in Literature awarded to Science Fiction writer, Suzanne Collins Comment should still be Free - an opinion piece by Hannah Duffey, 11 November, 2025. Few read this paper, since we keep it off The Cloud. Dog-eared copies pass furtively, ink-stained echoes of The Guardian that died to protect our freedom. That chronicle was killed in a previous decade, after daring to show us what “The People’s Government” can see us do on the Web. So we maintain an underground future by limiting ourselves to the technology of the past. If you’re fortunate enough to read what our typewriter has printed, please share it with a freedom-loving friend. And pass on the good news. The Monarchy of Scandinavia maintains its independence. They have given the Nobel Prize for Literature to a writer who might be dead. Bending their rules, by explaining some have survived Internment this long, the…

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    Bob Dylan Influences

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    “The Nobel Prize is an international award administered by the Nobel Foundation in Stockholm, Sweden, and based on the fortune of Alfred Nobel, Swedish inventor and entrepreneur” (“Nobel Prizes and Laureates”). The artist, Bob Dylan, was the first musician to have won the Nobel Prize for Literature. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2016 for his influential music on social issues in the early 60’s. Bob Dylan’s winning shocked many states Sisario, “Mr. Dylan, 75, is the first…

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    His aptitude for writing was exemplified “while he was still alive and publishing, eligible for high honors and having an influential voice in world affairs” (French 1). We have learned from Steinbeck that literature can have a huge effect on society and can change people’s perspective on the issues in the world. He believed that his work could truly help people. In his acceptance speech for the Nobel Prize he states, “I hold that a writer who does not passionately believe in the perfectibility…

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    Each year, the Nobel Prize awards people with outstanding contributions for humanity in chemistry, literature, peace, physiology or medicine, and physics. This year the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the Nobel Prize in Physics to Takaaki Kajita from Japan and Arthur B. McDonald from Canada “for the discovery of neutrino oscillations, which shows that neutrinos have mass.” Their discovery was announced to be a historic discovery for particle physics. After a various amount…

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    Why Was He Honored?

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    how big or small of a deal it is. Accomplishments- Nobel had an extraordinarily innovative mind, from which new ideas poured. His genius was bolstered by steely determination to succeed and a huge capacity for hard work. These were driven by bitter memories of the poverty his family endured when he was a young boy. He invented the explosive dynamite, which is widely used in mining, quarrying, construction and warfare. Dynamite which is produced using nitroglycerin and some other absorbent…

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    While there are obvious varying differences between each any piece of literature, one commonality is constant between them: the writer has a duty to provide to his audience. Writers need to take risks with their writings to make their works memorable and complete the obligation a writer has to his reader. In William Faulkner’s Nobel prize acceptance speech, he clarifies that a writer has the “privilege to help man endure by lifting his heart, by reminding him of the courage and honor and hope…

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    The Dream of the Future (An analysis of A Rose for Emily and William Faulkner’s vision) William Faulkner most definitely may not be a household name, but he is an exquisite name and writer of short stories and in general, phenomenal fiction. Eventually, Faulkner went on to win the Nobel Prize for literature, but his beginnings are still rather intriguing. According to a biography of William Faulkner’s life titled William Faulkner published by Gale Research in Detroit in 1991, Faulkner has had…

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    Half a Day and Zaabalawi Najib Mahfuz was born in Cairo in 1911. Mahfuz is a 1988 Nobel Prize winner in literature, by displaying artistic, cultural, and structure through his writing. Mahfuz uses symbols and hidden messages in his writing to make the reader search for the true meaning be hidden them. Two of Mahfouz stories show his rage of creativity, Half a Day and Zaabalawi. In these two short stories, he shows great examples of his culture through time and religion. In Half a Day, Mahfuz…

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    William Golding was an English novelist, playwright, and poet. Golding was best known for his Novel, Lord of the Flies, in which he won the Nobel Prize for Best Literature and was awarded the Booker Prize in 1980 for Fiction. In this book, the author talks about how a group of British boys crash land on a stranded island with no adults. In the beginning, Ralph the main character, takes charge due to his age and sets up a way for everyone to share their ideas through the Conch. Later Ralph is…

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    Santiago 's shack every night, bringing his fishing gear, food,and they about American baseball. On the 85th day Santiago 's luck changes. He has a fish on the line and he 's sure it 's a marlin although he can not pull it in. The marlin pulls the man and his boat for two days and nights. He finally gets the marlin close enough to harpoon it and strap it to the side of the boat. While on his way back to shack the blood from the marlin attracts sharks and he has to fight them off with the…

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