American poet Louise Gluck won the Nobel Prize in Literature on Thursday for her "candid and uncompromising" work, which looks unflinchingly and with biting humor at loss and trauma, especially in family life. (Oct. 8)
- So what has your reaction been [INAUDIBLE]?
LOUISE GLUCK: I just-- you ask-- you speak to your colleagues. Agitation, joy, gratitude. Please, I have-- there's a car waiting. He's earning his living by driving me places. OK? All right? Thank you. Thank you. I'm sorry you all have to wait all day.
- It was well worth it, though.
LOUISE GLUCK: Jose, you want to get in a picture?
LOUIS CLUCK The car's going to be famous. Thank you.
- Bye. Congratulations.
LOUIS GLUCK: Thank you.
- Thank you.