Doris Lessing: Critical Studies.

Nobel literature laureate Doris Lessing died at 94 years of age in London after a journey in print that took her from colonial Rhodesia to alternate worlds

Boulder-Pushers: Women in the Fiction of Margaret Drabble, Doris Lessing, and Iris Murdoch.

Doris Lessing, the uninhibited and outspoken novelist who won the 2007 Nobel Prize for a lifetime of writing that shattered convention, both social and artistic, died Sunday at her home in London. She was 94.

Doris Lessing: An Annotated Bibliography of Criticism.

The City and the Veld: The Fiction of Doris Lessing.