Pulitzer Prize for Fiction Winners by the Year

The Orphan Master's Son

2013 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Orphan Master's Son

by Adam Johnson

Adam Johnson teaches creative writing at Stanford University. His fiction has appeared in Esquire, The Paris Review, Harper’s, Tin House, Granta, and Playboy, as well as The Best American Short Stories . His other works include Emporium… read more

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Visit From the Goon Squad

2011 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Visit From the Goon Squad

by Jennifer Egan

Jennifer Egan is the author of The Keep, Look at Me, The Invisible Circus, and the story collection Emerald City. Her stories have been published in The New Yorker, Harper’s Magazine, GQ, Zoetrope, All-Story, and Ploughshares, and he… read more

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2010 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Tinkers

by Paul Harding

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Olive Kitteridge

2009 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Olive Kitteridge

by Elizabeth Strout

Olive Kitteridge (2008) is a novel by American author Elizabeth Strout. It is a collection of 13 connected short stories about a woman named Olive and her immediate family and friends in the town of Crosby in coastal Maine. It is also known as On the… read more

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The Road

2007 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Road

by Cormac McCarthy

The Road is a 2006 novel by American writer Cormac McCarthy. It is a post-apocalyptic tale of a journey taken by a father and his young son over a period of several months, across a landscape blasted by an unnamed cataclysm that destroyed all civil… read more

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March

2006 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

March

by Geraldine Brooks

As the North reels under a series of unexpected defeats during the dark first year of the war, one man leaves behind his family to aid the Union cause. His experiences will utterly change his marriage and challenge his most ardently held beliefs. … read more

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Gilead

2005 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Gilead

by Marilynne Robinson

In 1956, toward the end of Reverend John Ames’s life, he begins a letter to his young son, an account of himself and his forebears. Ames is the son of an Iowan preacher and the grandson of a minister who, as a young man in Maine, saw a vision of Ch… read more

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Middlesex

2003 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Middlesex

by Jeffrey Eugenides

Jeffrey Eugenides was born in 1960 in Detroit, Michigan, the son of an American-born father whose Greek parents emigrated from Asia Minor and an American mother of Anglo-Irish descent. After graduating from Brown University and Stanford University, … read more

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The Amazing Adventures Of Kavalier and Clay

2001 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Amazing Adventures Of Kavalier and Clay

by Michael Chabon

The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay is a 2000 novel by American author Michael Chabon that won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 2001. The novel follows the lives of the title characters, a Czech artist named Joe Kavalier and a Brooklyn… read more

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Interpreter Of Maladies

2000 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Interpreter Of Maladies

by Jhumpa Lahiri

Interpreter of Maladies is a 2000 collection of nine short stories by Indian American author Jhumpa Lahiri. It won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and the Hemingway Foundation/PEN Award. It was also chosen as The New Yorker's Best Debut of the Yea… read more

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The Hours

1999 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Hours

by Michael Cunningham

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American Pastoral

1998 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

American Pastoral

by Philip Roth

American Pastoral is a Philip Roth novel concerning Seymour "Swede" Levov, a Jewish-American businessman and former high school athlete from Newark, New Jersey. Levov's happy and conventional upper middle class life is ruined by the dom… read more

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Independence Day

1996 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Independence Day

by Richard Ford

Richard Ford is the author of two story collections and five novels.

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The Stone Diaries

1995 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Stone Diaries

by Carol Shields

The Stone Diaries is a 1993 award winning novel by Carol Shields. It is the fictional autobiography about the life of Daisy Goodwill Flett, a seemingly ordinary woman whose life is marked by death and loss from the beginning, when her mother dies dur… read more

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The Shipping News

1994 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Shipping News

by Proulx E Annie

Edna Annie Proulx is an American journalist and author. Her second novel, The Shipping News , won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and the National Book Award for fiction in 1994. The novel centers on Quoyle, a third-rate hack journalist who lives an… read more

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A Thousand Acres

1992 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

A Thousand Acres

by Jane Smiley

A Thousand Acres is a 1991 novel by American author Jane Smiley. It won the 1992 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and was adapted to a 1997 film of the same name. The novel is a contemporary deconstruction of Shakespeare's King Lear and is set on a tho… read more

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Rabbit At Rest

1991 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Rabbit At Rest

by John Updike

Rabbit at Rest is a 1990 novel by John Updike. It is the fourth and final novel in a series beginning with Rabbit, Run, Rabbit Redux, and Rabbit is Rich. There is also a related 2001 novella, Rabbit Remembered. The novel won the Pulitzer Prize for Fi… read more

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The Mambo Kings Play Songs Of Love

1990 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Mambo Kings Play Songs Of Love

by Oscar Hijuelos

The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love is a 1989 novel by Oscar Hijuelos. It is about the lives of two Cuban brothers and musicians, Cesar and Nestor Castillo, who immigrate to the United States and settle in New York City in the early 1950s. The novel w… read more

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Breathing Lessons

1989 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Breathing Lessons

by Anne Tyler

Breathing Lessons is a 1988 novel by American author Anne Tyler. It won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1989 and was also Time Magazine's book of the year. It describes joys and pains of the ordinary marriage of Ira and Maggie Moran as they tra… read more

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Beloved

1988 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Beloved

by Toni Morrison

Beloved  (1987) is a Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Toni Morrison. Morrison was inspired to write the story after finding a newspaper article about the legal case of Margaret Garner. Garner escaped slavery in Kentucky to the free State of O… read more

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A Summons To Memphis

1987 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

A Summons To Memphis

by Peter Taylor

A Summons to Memphis is a 1986 novel by Peter Taylor which won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1987. It is the recollection of Phillip Carver, a middle aged editor from New York City, who is summoned back to Memphis by his two conniving unmarried s… read more

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Lonesome Dove

1986 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Lonesome Dove

by Larry McMurtry

An epic story of two retired Texas Rangers on a cattle drive to Montana that is loosely basedon historic events from the 19th century, the original Lonesome Dove story was written to be a screenplay called "The Streets of Laredo.” The 1970s fil… read more

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Foreign Affairs

1985 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Foreign Affairs

by Alison Lurie

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Ironweed

1984 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Ironweed

by William Kennedy

The third novel in William Kennedy’s Albany Cycle series, Ironweed (1983) is set during the Great Depression. It follows Francis Phelan, a drifter from Albany, New York. After a devastating accident where he killed his child, he becomes a wan… read more

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The Color Purple

1983 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Color Purple

by Alice Walker

The Color Purple is an acclaimed epistolary novel by American author Alice Walker. Taking place mostly in rural Georgia, this collection of letters weaves an intricate mosaic of women joined by their love for each other, the men who abuse them, and … read more

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Rabbit Is Rich

1982 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Rabbit Is Rich

by John Updike

Rabbit Is Rich is a 1981 novel by John Updike. It is the third novel of the four-part series which begins with Rabbit, Run and Rabbit Redux, and concludes with Rabbit At Rest. There is also a related 2001 novella, Rabbit Remembered. Rabbit Is Rich wa… read more

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A Confederacy Of Dunces

1981 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

A Confederacy Of Dunces

by John Kennedy Toole

A Confederacy of Dunces is a picaresque novel written by John Kennedy Toole, published in 1980, 11 years after the author's suicide. The book was published through the efforts of writer Walker Percy (who also contributed a revealing foreword) and… read more

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The Executioner's Song

1980 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Executioner's Song

by Norman Mailer

This novel is noteworthy for its portrayal of Gary Gilmore, a violent product of America's prisons who became known for two reasons: first for robbing and murdering two men in 1976, and second, after being tried and convicted, he insisting on dying … read more

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The Stories Of John Cheever

1979 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Stories Of John Cheever

by John Cheever

The Stories of John Cheever is a 1978 short story collection by American author John Cheever. It contains some of his most famous stories, including "The Enormous Radio," "Goodbye, My Brother," "The Country Husband," &qu… read more

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Humboldt's Gift

1976 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Humboldt's Gift

by Saul Bellow

Humboldt's Gift is a novel by Saul Bellow that tells of the balance of art and power in an ever-increasingly materialistic America.  The tale is shown through a semi-autobiographical account of Bellow's friendship with a poet, Delmore Schwartz.… read more

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The Killer Angels

1975 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Killer Angels

by Michael Shaara

The Killer Angels is a historical novel by Michael Shaara that was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1975. The book tells the story of four days of the Battle of Gettysburg in the American Civil War: June 30, 1863, as the troops of both the U… read more

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The Optimist's Daughter

1973 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Optimist's Daughter

by Eudora Welty

Eudora Welty was born in Jackson, Mis-sissippi, in 1909. She was educated locally and at Mississippi State College for Women, the University of Wisconsin, and the Columbia University Graduate School of Business. Her short stories appeared in The Sout… read more

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Angle Of Repose

1972 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Angle Of Repose

by Wallace Stegner

Angle of Repose is a 1972 Pulitzer Prize–winning novel by Wallace Stegner about a wheelchair-using historian, Lyman Ward, who has lost connection with his son and living family and decides to write about his frontier-era grandparents. It wo… read more

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1970 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Collected Stories

by Jean Stafford

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House Made Of Dawn

1969 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

House Made Of Dawn

by N Scott Momaday

House Made of Dawn is a novel by N. Scott Momaday, widely credited as leading the way for the breakthrough of Native American literature into the mainstream. It was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1969.

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The Confessions Of Nat Turner

1968 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Confessions Of Nat Turner

by William Styron

The Confessions of Nat Turner is the title of two books: The Confessions of Nat Turner, the Leader of the Late Insurrections in Southampton, Va. , an 1831 book written after Nat Turner's trial by his lawyer, Thomas Ruffin Gray The Confessions of … read more

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The Fixer

1967 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Fixer

by Bernard Malamud

Bernard Malamud was born in Brooklyn, New York, and was an author of novels and short stories. His novel, The Eighth Day was the winner of the National Book Awards as well as the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1967. In this fictionalized account of… read more

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The Collected Stories Of Katherine Anne Porter

1966 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Collected Stories Of Katherine Anne Porter

by Katherine Anne Porter

Katherine Anne Porter born as Callie Russell Porter in Indian Creek, Texas, was the fourth of five children of Harrison Boone Porter and Alice Porter. Her family tree can be traced back to American frontiersman Daniel Boone. She was a Pulitzer Prize… read more

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The Keepers Of the House

1965 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Keepers Of the House

by Shirley Ann Grau

Keepers of the House is the debut novel of Lisa St Aubin de Terán, published as The Long Way Home in the US. The novel is autobiographical and set in a Venezuelan valley beset by drought. First published in 1982 by Jonathan Cape it won the Somerse… read more

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The Reivers

1963 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Reivers

by William Faulkner

The Reivers, published in 1962, is the last novel by the American author William Faulkner. The bestselling novel was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1963. Faulkner previously won this award for his book A Fable, making him one of only three… read more

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1962 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Edge Of Sadness

by Edwin O'Connor

The Edge of Sadness is a novel by the American author Edwin O'Connor. It was published in 1961 and won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1962. The story is about a middle-aged Catholic priest in New England.

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To Kill a Mockingbird

1961 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

To Kill a Mockingbird

by Harper Lee

To Kill a Mockingbird is a Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Harper Lee published in 1960. It was instantly successful and has become a classic of modern American literature. The plot and characters are loosely based on the author's observations of… read more

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Advise and Consent

1960 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Advise and Consent

by Allen Drury

Advise and Consent is a 1959 political novel written by Allen Drury which explores the reactions of those in and around the United States Senate to the controversial nomination of Robert Leffingwell, a former Communist Party member, to be United Stat… read more

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A Death In the Family

1958 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

A Death In the Family

by James Agee

A Death in the Family is an autobiographical novel by author James Agee, set in Knoxville, Tennessee. He began writing it in 1948, but it was not quite complete when he died in 1955. It was edited and released posthumously in 1957 by editor David McD… read more

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1956 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Andersonville

by McKinlay Kantor

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A Fable

1955 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

A Fable

by William Faulkner

A Fable is a novel written in 1954 by the American author William Faulkner, which won him both the Pulitzer prize and the National Book Award in 1955. Despite these recognitions, however, the novel received mixed critical reviews and a reputation as … read more

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The Old Man and The Sea

1953 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Old Man and The Sea

by Ernest Hemingway

This novella, only 140 pages, was first printed in its entirety in Life Magazine on September 1, 1952. It inspired a buying frenzy - selling over five million copies of the magazine in just two days! The story about an aging Cuban fisherman w… read more

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The Caine Mutiny

1952 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Caine Mutiny

by Herman Wouk

For the Broadway play, see The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial. The Caine Mutiny is a 1951 Pulitzer Prize winning novel by Herman Wouk. The novel grew out of Wouk's personal experiences aboard a destroyer-minesweeper in the Pacific in World War II and… read more

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The Town

1951 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Town

by Conrad Richter

The Town is a novel written by Conrad Richter in 1950. It is the third installment of his Awakening Land trilogy, and was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1951.

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Way West

1950 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Way West

by A B , Jr Guthrie

The Way West is a western novel by A. B. Guthrie, Jr. , published in 1949. The novel won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1950. The book became the basis for a film starring Kirk Douglas, Robert Mitchum, and Richard Widmark.

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Guard Of Honor

1949 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Guard Of Honor

by James Gould Cozzens

for the ceremonial guard see Guard of honour Guard of Honor is a Pulitzer Prize winning novel by James Gould Cozzens published in 1948. The novel is set during World War II, with most of the action occurring on or near a fictional Army Air Forces bas… read more

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Tales Of the South Pacific

1948 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Tales Of the South Pacific

by James a Michener

Tales of the South Pacific is a Pulitzer Prize winning collection of sequentially related short stories about World War II, written by James A. Michener in 1946. The stories were based on observations and anecdotes he collected while stationed as a l… read more

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All the King's Men

1947 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

All the King's Men

by Robert Penn Warren

All the King's Men is a novel by Robert Penn Warren, first published in 1946. The novel's title is drawn from the nursery rhyme Humpty Dumpty. In 1947 Warren won the Pulitzer Prize for All the King's Men. It was adapted for film in 1949 a… read more

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A Bell For Adano

1945 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

A Bell For Adano

by John Hersey

A Bell for Adano is a film directed by Henry King starring John Hodiak and Gene Tierney. The film was adapted from the novel A Bell for Adano by John Hersey, which won the Pulitzer Prize in 1945. The story concerns Italian-American U.S. Army Major Jo… read more

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Journey In the Dark

1944 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Journey In the Dark

by Martin Flavin

Journey in the Dark is a 1943 novel by Martin Flavin. It won the Pulitzer Prize for the Novel in 1944.

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Dragon's Teeth

1943 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Dragon's Teeth

by Upton Sinclair

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In This Our Life

1942 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

In This Our Life

by Ellen Glasgow

In This Our Life is a 1942 American drama film directed by John Huston. The screenplay by Howard Koch is based on the 1941 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same title by Ellen Glasgow.

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The Grapes Of Wrath

1940 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Grapes Of Wrath

by John Steinbeck

John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath stands as a pivotal piece of American literature. The story follows the Joad family (and thousands of others) as they are driven from the Oklahoma farm where they are sharecroppers during the Great Depression. … read more

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The Yearling

1939 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Yearling

by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings

The Yearling is a 1938 novel written by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings. It won the Pulitzer Prize for the Novel in 1939. Rawlings's editor was Maxwell Perkins, who also worked with F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, and other literary luminaries. S… read more

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Gone With the Wind

1937 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Gone With the Wind

by Margaret Mitchell

Margaret Mitchell only published one complete novel, but it was quite the book - Gone With the Wind earned her the Pulitzer Prize in 1937 and National Book Award for 1936. The epic romance tale set in and around Atlanta, Georgia during the American C… read more

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1936 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Honey In the Horn

by Harold L Davis

Honey in the Horn is a 1935 novel by Harold L. Davis. It won the Pulitzer Prize for the Novel in 1936.

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Lamb In His Bosom

1934 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Lamb In His Bosom

by Caroline Miller

Lamb in His Bosom is a 1933 novel by Caroline Miller. It won the Pulitzer Prize for the Novel in 1934. It also won the Prix Femina in 1934 and became an immediate best-seller. Many names and historical parts of this book were contributed by William A… read more

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1933 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Store

by Stribling T S

The Store is a 1932 novel by Thomas Sigismund Stribling. It won the Pulitzer Prize for the Novel in 1933. It is the second book of the Viadan trilogy, comprising The Forge, The Store, and Unfinished Cathedral.

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Good Earth

1932 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Good Earth

by Pearl S Buck

The Good Earth is a Pulitzer Prize winning novel by Pearl S. Buck , an American writer who spent the bulk of the first part of her life in China. Set in the Anhui Province where Buck once lived, it chronicles the rise and fall of Wang Lung and his… read more

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1931 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Years Of Grace

by Margaret Ayer Barnes

Years of Grace is a 1930 novel by Margaret Ayer Barnes. It won the Pulitzer Prize for the Novel in 1931.

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Laughing Boy

1930 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Laughing Boy

by Oliver La Farge

Laughing Boy is a 1929 novel by Oliver La Farge about the clash between American culture and that of southwestern Native Americans. It won the Pulitzer Prize in 1930.

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Scarlet Sister Mary

1929 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Scarlet Sister Mary

by Julia Peterkin

Scarlet Sister Mary is a 1928 novel by Julia Peterkin. It won the Pulitzer Prize for the Novel in 1929. It was called obscene and banned at the public library in Gaffney, South Carolina. The Gaffney Ledger newspaper, however, serially published the c… read more

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Bridge Of San Luis Rey

1928 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Bridge Of San Luis Rey

by Thornton Wilder

The Bridge of San Luis Rey is American author Thornton Wilder's second novel, first published in 1927 to worldwide acclaim. It tells the story of several interrelated people who die in the collapse of an Inca rope-fiber suspension bridge in Peru, and… read more

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Early Autumn

1927 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Early Autumn

by Louis Bromfield

Early Autumn is a 1926 novel by Louis Bromfield. It won the Pulitzer Prize for the Novel in 1927.

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Arrowsmith

1926 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Arrowsmith

by Sinclair Lewis

Sinclair Lewis was born in 1885 in Sauk Centre, Minnesota, and graduated from Yale University in 1908. His college career was interrupted by various part-time occupations, including a period working at the Helicon Home Colony, Upton Sinclair&rsquo… read more

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So Big

1925 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

So Big

by Edna Ferber

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The Able McLaughlins

1924 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Able McLaughlins

by Margaret Wilson

The Able McLaughlins is a 1923 novel by Margaret Wilson first published by Harper & Brothers. It won the Pulitzer Prize for the Novel in 1924.

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One Of Ours

1923 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

One Of Ours

by Willa Cather

One of Ours is a novel by Willa Cather which won the 1923 Pulitzer Prize. It tells the story of the life of Claude Wheeler, a native of Nebraska around the turn of the 20th century. The son of a successful mid-western farmer and an intensely pious mo… read more

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Alice Adams

1922 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

Alice Adams

by Booth Tarkington

This compelling satire details irresistible characteristics of social status in a small Midwestern town. Mr. and Mrs. Adams and their two children are members of the lower middle-class. Their daughter, Alice, wrestles with this economic classificatio… read more

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The Age Of Innocence

1921 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Age Of Innocence

by Edith Wharton

Edith Wharton’s The Age of Innocence is set in upper-class New York City in the 1870s, during the so-called Gilded Age. The novel, which takes its title from artist Joshua Reynolds’ 1785 painting of a little girl, focuses on impending … read more

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The Magnificent Ambersons

1919 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Magnificent Ambersons

by Booth Tarkington

Booth Tarkington’s The Magnificent Ambersons is the second novel in the Growth trilogy, which includes The Turmoil (1915) and The Midlander (1923, retitled National Avenue in 1927). The novel and trilogy trace the growth of the United States … read more

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His Family

1918 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

His Family

by Ernest Poole

His Family is a novel by Ernest Poole published in 1917 about the life of a New York widower and his three daughters in the 1910s. It received the first Pulitzer Prize for the Novel in 1918.

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The Travels Of Jaimie McPheeters

0000 Winner Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

The Travels Of Jaimie McPheeters

by Robert Lewis Taylor

The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters is a Pulitzer Prize-winning novel written by Robert Lewis Taylor, which was later made into a short-running television series on ABC from September 1963 through March 1964, featuring Kurt Russell as Jaimie.

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