Lessing, Doris - The Second Hut
Interpretation einer englischsprachigen Kurzgeschichte
Doris Lessing was born in 1919 to British parents, who moved to what is now Zimbabwe in 1925. After the end of her second marriage in 1949, Lessing moved to Britain to become a writer. She published numerous novels, short stories and essays. Lessing is now regarded as one of the most important post-war writers in English. In 2007 she won the Nobel Prize for Literature.
The short story “The Second Hut” was published in 1951 is the short story collecting This Was the Old Chief’s Country.
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