The British writer Doris Lessing died on Sunday at the age of 94. Her literary output was considerable, with several dozen works spanning a broad range of genres, including fiction, nonfiction, science fiction, drama, and poetry. In 2007 she was recognized with the Nobel Prize for Literature.
- Find titles by Doris Lessing, including The Golden Notebook, through the Fenway Libraries Online Catalog.
- Read a 1988 interview with the author from the archives of the Paris Review.
- Learn more about Lessing’s life and career in her International New York Times obituary, accessible through Proquest Newsstand: