Inner Britain. How Winston Churchill beat Hemingway in the Nobel race to write the main book on WWII

In a new lecture on the Nobel Prize laureates in literature, Dmitry Bykov talks about Winston Churchill, who received the award in 1953 for his memoirs about World War II. How the long-term British Prime Minister influenced world literature by introducing elements of oratory into the written text, what is behind the presentation of this particular award, and not the Nobel Peace Prize, and why Churchill actually admired the Soviet project and the Soviet man, despite his words, delivered in the famous 1946 Fulton speech?


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