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[Exhibition] Micro Book Fair: a retrospection on the 120 years of Nobel Prize in Literature


Date: November 20th, 2020 to January 10th, 2021

Venue: Micro-Library 1(to the east of the south gate of the library) & Micro-library 2 (in the southeast of the first floor of the library)

Host: Beijing Normal University Library

The Nobel Prize in Literature has gone through a glorious journey of 120 years since its establishment in 1901. As a beacon in the field of literature, it connects literature worldwide and selects outstanding works, its winners either unruly poets or reflective novelists. Regardless of nationality or identity, they write themselves in literature, explore life, and paint the color of humanity. It is for this reason that their works have the immortal power over the years, and point the way for life.

This book fair will exhibit works by Nobel laureates in Literature such as Rabindranath Tagore, Romain Rolland and William Butler Yeats. Let's look back on the 120-year-old Nobel Prize in Literature and reflect on life by reading those works.