The Four-gated City by Doris Lessing

The Four-gated City

byDoris Lessing

Paperback | September 1, 1995

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Dorris Lessing's classic series of autobiographical novels is the fictional counterpart to Under My Skin. In these five novels, first published in the 1950's and 60s, Doris Lessing transformed her fascinating life into fiction, creating her most complex and compelling character, Martha Quest.

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Winner of the 2007 Nobel Prize in Literature, Doris Lessing is one of the most celebrated and distinguished writers of our time, the recipient of a host of international awards including the David Cohen Memorial Prize for British Literature, Spain's Prince of Asturias Prize and Prix Catalunya, and the S. T. Dupont Golden PEN Award for ...
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Title:The Four-gated CityFormat:PaperbackDimensions:672 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 1.51 inPublished:September 1, 1995

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ISBN - 10:0060976675

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"A powerful, prophetic, mysterious work, a truly extraordinary novel....The insanity of the 20th century...[and] the mystery of the self, explored brilliantly here as it is in her other masterpiece The Golden Notebook....Here is a book not to be read, but experienced."--Joyce Carol OatesA"I read the Children of Violence novels and began to understand how a person could write about the problems of the world in a compelling and beautiful way, and it seemed to me that was the most important thing I could ever do."--Barbara KingsolverA