by Elfriede Jelinek and Joachim Neugroschel
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Erika Kohut, a piano teacher who has lived with her mother all of her life, develops an obsession for Walter Klemmer, her young student.
October 7, 2004 Austrian novelist and playwright Elfriede Jelinek won the 2004 Nobel Prize in Literature on Thursday, becoming only the tenth woman to receive the honor. The feminist author is best known for her autobiographical novel, The Piano Teacher. NPR's Neda Ulaby reports.
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