Sylvia Nasar

1947 - Today

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Sylvia Nasar (born 17 August 1947) is an Uzbek German-born American journalist, best known for her biography of John Forbes Nash Jr., A Beautiful Mind. She received the National Book Critics Circle Award for biography. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Sylvia Nasar has received more than 262,555 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Sylvia Nasar is the 4,460th most popular writer, the 3,785th most popular biography from Germany and the 271st most popular German Writer.

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  • 58.42

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  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 3.96

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  • 2.02

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among writers, Sylvia Nasar ranks 4,460 out of 5,794Before her are Zig Ziglar, Eugène Guillevic, Arthur Golden, Francis Davis Millet, Karel van de Woestijne, and Joe Paterno. After her are Nikolai Tikhonov, Neal Stephenson, Aaron Sorkin, Edward Carpenter, Šatrijos Ragana, and Jeffrey Eugenides.

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Among people born in 1947, Sylvia Nasar ranks 417Before her are Theodore Long, Peter Osgood, Luis Ángel González Macchi, Đurđica Bjedov, Peter Riegert, and Nicolae Dobrin. After her are Michael Ignatieff, Teemu Sippo, Lee Kerslake, Juliet Berto, Randhir Kapoor, and Hans Ooft.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Sylvia Nasar ranks 3,785 out of 5,289Before her are Marlies Göhr (1958), Hilde Schrader (1910), Hans Apel (1932), Franz Sigel (1824), Wolfgang Kleff (1946), and Felix Brych (1975). After her are Nikolaus Pevsner (1902), Francis Buchholz (1954), Karl Alfred von Zittel (1839), Lukas Foss (1922), Gabriele Reinsch (1963), and Dieter Herzog (1946).

Among WRITERS In Germany

Among writers born in Germany, Sylvia Nasar ranks 271Before her are Joseph Meyer (1796), Carl Amery (1922), Wilhelm Geiger (1856), Herbert Achternbusch (1938), Angela Sommer-Bodenburg (1948), and Ulrich Plenzdorf (1934). After her are Bel Kaufman (1911), Horst Faas (1933), Kerstin Gier (1966), Adolf Bartels (1862), Stefan Andres (1906), and Marieluise Fleißer (1901).