S.Y. Agnon Arrives in Stockholm to Receive the Nobel Prize Saturday
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S.Y. Agnon Arrives in Stockholm to Receive the Nobel Prize Saturday

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S.Y. Agnon, the Israeli writer who was named with Swedish Jewish writer Nelly Sachs as the 1966 winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, arrived here today for the presentation ceremonies scheduled for next Saturday.

Because of radio failure, his plane from Copenhagen was forced to land at Gothenberg. A domestic plane took him to Stockholm. Karl Gierow, secretary of the Swedish Academy, where the presentation ceremony will be held, and Israeli Ambassador Shimonimet the famous Hebrew writer at the airport.

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