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Well, im in my english class, and my instructor gave us a "research project". he gives us a random question, and we must find the answer within 30 mins

my question: Who was the youngest person ever to win the Nobel Prize in Literature?

any help would be appreciated. sources would help too

Peace.
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Google can find that answer for you within a split second, my friend.

im working on it as we speak. im not using just the pit for information, that would be stupid

Edit: Found it. Rudyard Kipling 1907 in case anyone is wondering. thanks for the little bit of help

oh and btw, i accidentally read your name as "The_Castrator"
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AGE: 25 NAME: Lawrence Bragg YEAR AWARDED: 1915 YEAR BORN: March 1890


google ftw
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google ftw

That was in Physics. i needed Literature
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lol "nobel piece prize". don't think you'll be nominated anytime soon
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These nouns are often used with a form of "to be" rather than "to have," e.g., "he is pwnage" rather than "he has pwnage". Either is a more emphatic way of expressing the simpler "he pwns,"
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thanks for that...

As stated earlier, I already found it
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