On 86-m to year of life died a British writer, Nobel prize for literature Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipaul.
On Sunday, August 12, reported the BBC.
It is noted that the writer died at his home in the family circle. The cause of death is not known. “He was a giant for all of the things has reached, and he died surrounded by those he loved,” – said the wife of the late Nadir.
According to her, nipol “lived a life that was full of amazing creativity.”
Naipaul, a Briton of Indian origin, born in the Islands of Trinidad and Tobago, which at that time was a British colony, he graduated from Oxford University.
His first book “the Mystic masseur” was published in 1951 and a decade later he published his famous novel “a House for Mr. Biswas”, which was written more than three years. He has written more than 30 books, including “bend in the river” and “dark Territory”.
In 1971 he became the winner of the Booker prize, and in 2001 the Nobel prize.