British author Doris Lessing, winner of the 2007 Nobel Prize for Literature, died at her London home on Sunday at the age of 94.
She was the recipient of 16 other literary prizes over the course of her career, including the 2001 David Cohen Prize for lifetime achievement in British literature.
Lessing penned over 50 books, short-story collections, plays, memoirs, essays, and poetry. She is most remembered for The Grass Is Singing (1950), The Golden Notebook (1962), and The Good Terrorist (1985).
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