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PETER HANDKE: Does art possess an independent quality that cannot be overridden by a moral chief judge?
  • This year the Nobel Prize in Literature is awarded to Austrian author Peter Handke (b. 1942). Handke is one of the greatest living prose writers in the world and has been for a long time. He could have been awarded the Nobel Prize for everything he has written before 1995. Between 1970, where he publishes Goalkeeper's fear of penalty, and 1994, where My year in the Bay of No Man published, he writes no less than ten excellent works. That. . .

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Alexander Carnera
Carnera is a freelance writer living in Copenhagen.

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