Nadine Gordimer, the white South African author whose novels captured the despair and outrage of apartheid and the uneasy coming to terms with its legacy after racial separatism was outlawed, has died. She was 90.
She died Sunday in her sleep at her family home in Johannesburg, Andrew Bembridge, a lawyer representing the family, said in an interview.
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