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It was announced today, that Louise Glück is the recipient of this year’s literature Nobel Prize.
She is only the 16th woman to win this honor and also the first American since Bob Dylan in 2016.
She is professor at Yale University who teaches english and has published twelve collections of poetry, in addition to many essays on the topic of poetry. Her writing usually includes a look at childhood and family life.
Glück isn’t new to winning prestigious prizes, however. Her collection The Wild Iris, won her a Pulitzer in 1992, she won another the very next year for “Firstborn”, The National Book Award in 2014 and the National Humanities medal awarded to her by President Barack Obama.
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