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The Pulitzer Prize

both sides of the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service gold medallion          short history

There are six categories in letters and drama:
General Non-Fiction

Pulitzer Prize for Music

Pulitzer Prize for Public Service

There are 13 categories in journalism
Pulitzer Prizes for Journalism


Pulitzer-winner anthologies

         color portrait of Joseph Pulitzer [1847-1911] by John Singer Sargent {detail}

Determining which authors and other artists are candidates for detailed treatment on the Spirit of America Bookstore website is subjective,
at best. Aside from the Proprietor's taste in literature, one good way to locate worthy subject matter is to glean names from major awards,
such as these Pulitzer Prizes. Note that the choices here are selective and not comprehensive, and will be expanded further as time permits.
—  G.E. Nordell, proprietor of this online bookstore

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The Pulitzer Prizes [est. 1917] official website
Pulitzer Prizes entry at Wikipedia
Joseph Pulitzer [1847-1911] entry at Wikipedia
short history video [8:37] at Vimeo

The Pulitzer Prize for Fiction
For distinguished fiction by an American author, preferably dealing with American life.
(given as 'Pulitzer Prize for The Novel' until 1947)
Pulitzer Prize for Fiction entry at Wikipedia

William Faulkner [1897-1962]: two awards, for "A Fable" [1955] and "The Reivers" [1963]

Booth Tarkington [1869-1946]: two awards, for "The Magnificent Ambersons" [1919] and "Alice Adams" [1922]

John Updike [1932-2009]: two awards, for "Rabbit Is Rich" [1982] and "Rabbit At Rest" 1991]

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1921: "The Age of Innocence" by Edith Wharton [1862-1937]
1923: "One of Ours" by Willa Cather [1873-1947]
1925: "So Big" by Edna Ferber
1926: "Arrowsmith" by Sinclair Lewis [1885-1951] (declined the award)
1927: "Early Autumn" by Louis Bromfield
1928: "The Bridge of San Luis Rey" by Thornton Wilder (plus two awards for Drama)
1930: "Laughing Boy" by Oliver La Farge [1901-63]
1932: "The Good Earth" by Pearl S. Buck

1937: Margaret Mitchell's Pulitzer-winning 'Gone With The Wind'  "Gone With The Wind" [Scribner Sept 1936]
by Margaret Mitchell [1900-49]

listed on Time Magazine's All-TIME 100 Novels (10/2005)
Warner Books mass pb [8/93] for $7.99
Warner Books 8¼x5½ pb [4/99] for $10.85
Scribner 8½x6 hardcover [facsimile] for $17.82
Margaret Mitchell [1900-49] section on the "G.W.T.W." Page
see also Magic Lantern's "Gone With The Wind" 1939 Movie Page

1938: "The Late George Apley" by John Phillips Marquand
1939: "The Yearling" by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings

1940: Pulitzer-winning Grapes of Wrath novel by John Steinbeck  "The Grapes of Wrath" novel [Viking April 1939]
by John Steinbeck [1902-68]

Kindle Edition from Penguin Publng [2006 edition] for $12.99
Penguin 8¼x5¾ pb [1/2002] for $11.03
Bantam mass pb [1964] out of print/used
Penguin 7½x5 library hardcover [3/2006] for $20.59
book entry at Wikipedia
see also Magic Lantern's "The Grapes of Wrath" 1940 Movie Page

1943: Pulitzer-winning Dragon's Teeth 1942 by Upton Sinclair  "Dragon's Teeth" [1942 novel] by Upton Sinclair [1878-1968]
Adventure novel starring American Lanny Budd against the background
of the rise of Hitler & the Nazi Party in Germany, from the 1929 stock
market crash to the 1934 'Blood Purge'.

Buccaneer hardcover [6/92] for $12.89
"Dragon's Teeth - Part I"
Simon Publns 9x6 pb [7/2001] for $29.95
"Dragon's Teeth - Part II"
Simon Publns 9x6 pb [7/2001] for $29.95

1945: "A Bell For Adano" by John Hersey

1947: Pulitzer-winning All The King's Men novel by Robert Penn Warren  "All The King's Men" [1946 novel] by Robert Penn Warren
author also won two awards in Poetry; book listed on Time Magazine's All-TIME
100 Novels (10/2005)

Harvest 8x5½ pb [9/96] for $10.20
Harcourt 9¼x6¼ movie tie-in hardcover [11/2005] for $14.30
Recorded Books movie tie-in audio CD [10/2005] for $25.19

1948: "Tales of The South Pacific" by James A. Michener [1907-97]
1949: "Guard of Honor" by James Gould Cozzens
1950: "The Way West" by A.B. Guthrie, Jr.

1951: "The Town" by Conrad Richter

1952: "The Caine Mutiny" [1951 novel] by Herman Wouk
1953 stageplay "The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial" Broadway credits at IBDb
June 1954 feature film "The Caine Mutiny" /tt0046816/ starring Humphrey Bogart

1953: "The Old Man and The Sea" by Ernest Hemingway [1899-1961]
1956: "Andersonville" by MacKinlay Kantor
1957 Special Pulitzer Award: Kenneth Roberts, for his historical novels which have long contributed to
the creation of greater interest in our early American history
1958: "A Death In The Family" by James Agee
1959: "The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters" by Robert Lewis Taylor

1960: Pulitzer-winning Advise & Consent novel by Allen Drury  "Advise & Consent: A Novel of Washington Politics" [1959]
by Allen Drury [1918-98]

Avon pb [6/81] out of print/used
Doubleday hardcover [1959] out of print/used

sequel novel "A Shade of Difference"

1961: Pulitzer-winning To Kill A Mockingbird novel by Harper Lee  BLUE CHECK: listed #99 on U.K. Telegraph Best 100  Novels (8/2014)  RED CHECK: listed on Time Magazine's All-TIME 100 Novels (10/2005)  GREEN CHECK: listed #1 on Goodread Readers Picks '100 Books To Read In A Lifetime'  BLACK CHECK: listed on Amazon's '100 Books To Read In A Lifetime'  GOLD STAR: listed on Business Insider's  The 35 Books Everyone Should Read At Least Once In Their Lifetime, 9/2013  "To Kill A Mockingbird" [1960 bestseller novel]
by Harper Lee [b. 1926]

Grand Central Publng mass pb [10/88] for $7.99
Harper Perennial 7¾x5¼ pb [7/2005] for $8.14
Harper Perennial 8x5½ pb [5/2006] for $11.55
Heinemann 8x5¾ hardcover [11/99] out of print/many, many used
HarperCollins slipcover edition [10/2006] out of print/many used
HarperCollins 8½x5½ hardcover [9/95] out of print/many, many used
Caedmon UNABR audio CD read by Sissy Spacek [8/2006] out of prodn/many used

more details (synopsis, history, author, movies, other media) are on
Spirit of America Bookstore's "To Kill A Mockingbird" 1960 Novel & 1962 Movie Page

1966: "The Collected Stories of Katherine Anne Porter"
1967: "The Fixer" by Bernard Malamud
1968: "The Confessions of Nat Turner" by William Styron
1969: "House Made of Dawn" by N. Scott Momaday
1972: "Angle of Repose" by Wallace Stegner
1973: "The Optimist's Daughter" by Eudora Welty

1976: "Humboldt's Gift" by Saul Bellow
1977 Special Pulitzer Award: Alex Haley [1921-92], for "Roots"
1979: "The Stories of John Cheever"
1980: "The Executioner's Song" by Norman Mailer (plus 1969 award in Non-Fiction)
1981: "A Confederacy of Dunces" by John Kennedy Toole [1937-69]
1983: "The Color Purple" by Alice Walker
1984: "Ironweed" by William Kennedy

1986: Pulitzer-winning Lonesome Dove novel by Larry McMurtry  "Lonesome Dove" [1985] by Larry McMurtry
Pocket pb [1/91] for $7.99
Scribner 8x5¼ pb [10/2000] for $11.20
S&S 9½x6½ hardcover [11/2000] for $21.00

The 'Lonesome Dove Saga' Section on Readers of The Purple Sage
Bookstore's Larry McMurtry Page

1988: "Beloved" by Toni Morrison
1989: "Breathing Lessons" by Anne Tyler
1990: "The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love" by Oscar Hijuelos

Pulitzer-winning Complete Maus  "The Complete Maus: A Survivor's Tale" [1992]
Pantheon 9½x6¾ pb boxed set [10/93] for $17.64
Gardners Books pb [9/2003] out of print/used
Pantheon 9½x6¾ hardcover [11/96] for $22.05

1994: "The Shipping News" by E. Annie Proulx
1996: "Independence Day" by Richard Ford
1998: "American Pastoral" by Philip Roth

1999: Pulitzer-winning The Hours novel  "The Hours: A Novel" by Michael Cunningham [1998]
Kindle Edition from FS&G/Macmillan [1998 edition] for $9.99
Picador 8¼x5½ pb [1/2000] for $11.20
Picador 8¼x5½ pb [11/2002] out of print/1400+ used
FS&G hardcover [11/98] out of print/400+ used
BooksOnTape UNABR audio [9/2000] out of prodn/used
Audio Renaissance UNABR audio CD [10/2003] out of prodn/used

2000: "Interpreter of Maladies" by Jhumpa Lahiri
2001: "The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay" by Michael Chabon

2002: Pulitzer-winning Empire Falls novel by Richard Russo  "Empire Falls: A Novel" [2001] by Richard Russo
The life/story of the manager of the Empire Grill diner in the fictional town
of Empire Falls, Maine

Kindle Edition from Random House Digital [11/2011] for $11.99
Vintage 8x5 pb [4/2002] for $10.20
Knopf 9½x6¼ deckle-edge hardcover [5/2001] for $35.00
book entry at Wikipedia
::: Empire Falls 2-part mini-series on H.B.O.  "Empire Falls" [H.B.O. May 2005]
Three-hour 2-part mini-series co-exec-produced by Marc Platt; co-exec-produced & directed by Fred Schepisi; teleplay by Richard Russo, based on his Pulitzer-winning novel; starring Ed Harris, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Helen Hunt, Paul Newman {also co-exec-producer}, Robin Wright, Aidan Quinn, Joanne Woodward, Dennis Farina, William Fichtner, Estelle Parsons, Theresa Russell, Kate Burton, Trevor Morgan & Danielle Panabaker; Paul Newman won Primetime Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actor and S.A.G. Award for Best Actor, series nominated for D.G.A. Award & 9 other Emmys
H.B.O. Home Video widescreen color DVD [9/2005] 2 disks for $9.99
H.B.O. Home Video widescreen color DVD [10/2012] for $12.99
full credits at IMDbH.B.O. official movie site

2007: Pulitzer-winning The Road novel by Cormac McCarthy  "The Road" [2006] by Cormac McCarthy
A father & son journey toward the sea across the desolate landscape
remaining after an unnamed cataclysm destroys civilization on Earth.

Vintage movie tie-in mass pb [11/2008] for $7.99
Vintage 8x5 pb [3/2007] for $10.17
Knopf 9¾x5¾ hardcover [9/2006] for $16.47
book entry at Wikipedia

2007 Special Pulitzer Citation to Ray Bradbury [1920-2012] for his distinguished, prolific, and
deeply influential career as an unmatched author of science fiction and fantasy

2008: "The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao" by Junot Díaz

2009: Pulitzer-winning Olive Kitteridge  novel by Elizabeth Strout  "Olive Kitteridge: A Novel In Stories" [NY Times bestseller 2008]
by Elizabeth Strout

Thirteen stories, each with the central character of a retired schoolteacher living on the Maine coast.
Kindle Edition from Random House [3/2008] for $7.99
Random House Trade 8x5 pb [9/2008] for $8.48
Random House 9½x6½ hardcover [3/2008] for $16.45
book entry at Wikipediaauthor's official booksite
::: Olive Kitteridge 2-night mini-series on H.B.O.  "Olive Kitteridge" [H.B.O. Nov 2014]
2-night mini-series directed by Lisa Cholodenko; adapted by Jane Anderson; starring Bill Murray, Frances McDormand, Richard Jenkins, John Gallagher Jr., Zoe Kazan, Martha Wainwright, Ken Cheeseman, Devin Druid, Amanda Good Hennessey, John T. Mullen, Jesse Plemons & Mary Wright
DVD/Blu-ray not yet available
full credits at IMDbofficial movie site
watch official trailers at YouTube: trailer #1 [1:30] trailer #2 [1:30]

2010: "Tinkers" by Paul Harding

2011: "A Visit From The Goon Squad" by Jennifer Egan

2012: No award given

2013: "The Orphan Master's Son" by Adam Johnson

2014: "The Goldfinch" by Donna Tartt

The Pulitzer Prize for Drama
For a distinguished play by an American playwright, preferably original in its source and dealing with American life.
Pulitzer Prize for Drama entry at Wikipedia

Eugene O'Neill [1888-1953]: four awards, for "Beyond The Horizon" 1920], "Anna Christie" [1922],
"Strange Interlude" [1928], and "Long Day's Journey Into Night" [1957]

Robert E. Sherwood [1896-1955]: four awards, for "Idiot's Delight" [1936], "Abe Lincoln In Illinois" [1939],
and "There Shall Be No Night" [1941], plus 1949 award for Biography

1936: poster for Idiot's Delight stageplay in London 1938  "Idiot's Delight" Broadway stageplay [1936] by Robert E. Sherwood
As war tensions build in Europe, an American song-and-dance troupe is stranded in a mountain resort, along with a German doctor, an English couple, a French pacifist, an Italian military officer, and a munitions manufacturer & his beautiful travelling companion. Starred Lunt & Fontanne on Broadway; ran for 300 performances between March & December 1936
credits at Internet Broadway Databasestageplay entry at Wikipedia
Dramatists Play Service 7½x5 pb playscript [1936] for $8.00
Charles Scribner's Sons hardcover playscript [1936] out of print/many used

Edward Albee [1928-2016]: three awards, for "A Delicate Balance", 1967], "Seascape" [1975],
and "Three Tall Women" [1994]

Thornton Wilder [1897-1975]: three awards, for "The Bridge of San Luis Rey" [1928 novel], and for
"Our Town" [1938] and "The Skin of Our Teeth" 1943]

Library of America editions of Thornton Wilder edited by J.D. McClatchy  Thornton Wilder: Collected Plays and Writings On Theater [2007]
Edited by J.D. McClatchy

Library of America 8x5¼ hardcover [3/2007] for $34.20
includes Pulitzer-winning "Our Town" [1938], Pulitzer-winning "The Skin of Our Teeth" [1942], "The Matchmaker" [1954], "Shadow of A Doubt" [1942 screenplay], 18 other full-length plays, six one-act plays, 14 uncollected plays, and 14 essays on theater
Thornton Wilder: The Bridge of San Luis Rey and Other Novels, 1926–1948 [2009]
Edited by J.D. McClatchy

Library of America 8x5¼ hardcover [9/2009] for $23.10
includes "The Cabala" [1926], Pulitzer-winning "The Bridge of San Luis Rey" [1927], "The Woman of Andros" [1930], "Heaven’s My Destination" [1935], "The Ides of March" [1948], plus 6 stories & 4 essays

August Wilson [1945-2005]: two awards, for "Fences" [1987], and "The Piano Lesson" [1990]

Tennessee Williams [1911-83]: two awards, for "A Streetcar Named Desire" [1948] and
"Cat On A Hot Tin Roof" [1955]

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1921: "Miss Lulu Bett" by Zona Gale
1929: "Street Scene" by Elmer Rice
1930: "The Green Pastures" by Marc Connelly
1932: "Of Thee I Sing" by George S. Kaufman, Morrie Ryskind & Ira Gershwin
1933: "Both Your Houses" by Maxwell Anderson
1934: "Men In White" by Sidney Kingsley

1937: You Can't Take It With You playscript by Moss Hart & George S. Kaufman  "You Can't Take It With You" stageplay [1936]
by Moss Hart & George S. Kaufman

The son of a wealthy, snobbish family plans to marry the lovely daughter
of a free-spirited & loving family presided over by a wise grandfather.

Dramatists Play Service 8x5½ pb playscript [1/98] for $7.50
credits for 2-year Broadway run [Dec 1936 - Dec 1938] at IBDb
the beloved 1938 feature film by Frank Capra [1897-1991]
won Oscars for Best Picture & Best Director

1940: "The Time of Your Life" by William Saroyan [1908-81] who declined the award
1945: "Harvey" by Mary Coyle Chase
1946: "State of The Union" by Russel Crouse & Howard Lindsay

1949: Death of A Salesman playscript  "Death of A Salesman" by Arthur Miller [1915-2005]
Traveling salesman Willy Loman is in crisis as he nears retirement age. He is fired by his boss, his memory is failing, and life is slipping out of control. Willy and his two sons are haunted by the past, and by Willy's failure to be liked by everyone he meets. The play ends with a confrontation between Willy and his son Biff, by Willy's auto-accident suicide, and by Willy's poorly-attended funeral. Death of A Salesman was the first play to win all three major drama awards: the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, the Tony Award for Best Play, and the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best Play.stageplay entry at Wikipedia
Broadway credits: 1949-50 + 1975 revival + 1984 revival A + 1984 revival B + 1999 revival
playscript of "Death of A Salesman: Certain Private Conversations In Two Acts & A Requiem" [1949] Introduction by Christopher Bigsby
Penguin Classics 7½x5 pb [5/98] for $5.87
Tandem Library 8x5 hardcover [10/99] for $21.65
::: Death of A Salesman TV movie  "Death of A Salesman" [C.B.S. TV movie May 1966]
Directed by Alex Segal; starring Lee J. Cobb, Albert Dekker, Mildred Dunnock, James Farentino, June Foray, Bernie Kopell, George Segal, Karen Steele & Gene Wilder; won D.G.A. Award, won 3 Emmy Awards (plus noms for LJC & MD)
Kultur Video color DVD [4/2002] for $19.99
Kultur Video color VHS [2/2002] out of prodn/used
full credits from IMDb

1950: "South Pacific" by Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II & Joshua Logan,
based on stories by James A. Michener [1907-97]

The musical stageplay "Guys and Dolls" by Abe Burrows & Jo Swerling (based on stories of Damon Runyon) was selected as winner of the
1951 Pulitzer Prize for Drama; however, because Burrows was under investigation by the House Un-American Activities Committee (H.U.A.C.),
the Trustees of Columbia University vetoed the selection, and no Pulitzer for Drama was awarded that year.

1953: "Picnic" by William Inge
1954: "The Teahouse of The August Moon" by John Patrick
1956: "The Diary of Anne Frank" by Albert Hackett & Frances Goodrich

1958: actor Anthony Perkins under the marquee of the Ethel Barrymore Theatre, circa 1958  "Look Homeward Angel: A Comedy-Drama In Three Acts" stageplay [1957-59]
Based on the novel by Thomas Wolfe [1900-38]; ran for 564 Broadway performances, Nov 1957 to April 1959; nominated for six Tony Awards; "The novel stinks, but the play is a knockout." Adaptation by Ketti Frings [1909-81]; directed by George Roy Hill; cast included Hugh Griffith, Anthony Perkins, Jo Van Fleet, Arthur Hill, Frances Hyland, Joseph Bernard, Clifford Cothren, Mary Farrell • credits at IBDbstageplay entry at Wikipedia
Samuel French & Co. playscript pb [1958] out of print/used

1959: "J.B." by Archibald MacLeish [1892-1982] (plus two awards for Poetry)
1960: "Fiorello!" by Jerome Weidman, George Abbott, Jerry Bock, and Sheldon Harnick
1961: "All the Way Home" by Tad Mosel
1962: "How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying" by Frank Loesser & Abe Burrows
1965: "The Subject Was Roses" by Frank D. Gilroy
1969: "The Great White Hope" by Howard Sackler
1970: "No Place To Be Somebody" by Charles Gordone
1971: "The Effect of Gamma Rays On Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds" by Paul Zindel
1973: "That Championship Season" by Jason Miller

1976: "A Chorus Line"
1977: "The Shadow Box" by Michael Cristofer
1978: "The Gin Game" by Donald L. Coburn
1979: "Buried Child" by Sam Shepard
1980: "Talley's Folly" by Lanford Wilson
1981: "Crimes of The Heart" by Beth Henley
1982: "A Soldier's Play" by Charles Fuller
1983: "'night, Mother" by Marsha Norman
1984: "Glengarry Glen Ross" by David Mamet
1985: "Sunday In The Park With George" by James Lapine & Stephen Sondheim
1988: "Driving Miss Daisy" by Alfred Uhry
1989: "The Heidi Chronicles" by Wendy Wasserstein
1991: "Lost In Yonkers" by Neil Simon
1992: "The Kentucky Cycle" by Robert Schenkkan
1993: "Angels In America: Millennium Approaches" by Tony Kushner
1995: "The Young Man From Atlanta" by Horton Foote
1996: "Rent" by Jonathan Larson
1998: "How I Learned To Drive" by Paula Vogel
2000: "Dinner With Friends" by Donald Margulies

2001: "Proof" by David Auburn
2005: "Doubt: A Parable" by John Patrick Shanley
2007: "Rabbit Hole" by David Lindsay-Abaire
2008: "August: Osage County" by Tracy Letts

2013: "Disgraced" [2012] by Ayad Akhtar
premiered at The American Theater Company in January 2012 and was staged at LCT3/Lincoln Center in New York in October 2012
Tony-nominated drama tackles the complexities of living as a Muslim in post-9/11 America

The Pulitzer Prize for History
For a distinguished book on the history of the United States.

Margaret Leech [1893-1974]: two awards, for "Reveille In Washington, 1860–1865" [1942], and
"In the Days of McKinley" [1950]

Bernard Bailyn [b. 1922]: two awards, for "The Ideological Origins of The American Revolution" [1968] and
"Voyagers To The West: A Passage In The Peopling of America On The Eve of The Revolution" [1987]

1968: Ideological Origins of the American Revolution  "The Ideological Origins of The American Revolution: Enlarged Edition"
[1967 classic] by Bernard Bailyn

"a classic of American historical literature"; also won the Bancroft Prize
Belknap Press 8x5½ pb [3/92] for $20.95
Belknap Press hardcover [12/67] out of print/used

see also Spirit of America Bookstore's Founding Fathers Page

Paul Horgan [1903-95]: two awards, for "Great River: The Rio Grande In North American History" [1955], and
"Lamy of Santa Fe" [1975]

1955: Great River / Rio Grande book by Paul Horgan  "Great River: The Rio Grande In North American History" [1954]
by Paul Horgan {won the Bancroft Prize and Pulitzer Prize for History}

Volume 1: Indians & Spain, Volume 2: Mexico & The United States
Kindle Edition from Wesleyan [4/2012] for $14.29
Wesleyan 8½x5½ pb [10/91] for $21.79
Holt, Rinehart & Winston 8½x5¾ hardcover [5/71] out of print/used
Rinehart & Co. 9½x6¾ hardcover [1954] out of print/many used
The Rio Grande River begins in Colorado, runs down the center of New Mexico,
and defines the border between Mexico and Texas.

1930: "The War of Independence" by Claude H. Van Tyne
1932: "My Experiences In The World War" by John J. Pershing
1940: "Abraham Lincoln: The War Years" by Carl Sandburg (plus two awards for Poetry)
1946: "The Age of Jackson" by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
1948: "Across The Wide Missouri" by Bernard DeVoto
1954: "A Stillness At Appomattox" by Bruce Catton
1956: "The Age of Reform" by Richard Hofstadter (plus 1964 award in Non-Fiction)

American Heritage Picture History of The Civil War book, narrative by Bruce Catton   "American Heritage Picture History of The Civil War: The Epic Struggle
of The Blue and Gray" [1960] Narrative by Bruce Catton

Gramercy 11x8¾ hardcover [4/94] out of print/150+ used
American Heritage 11x8¾ hardcover [11/82] out of print/many used
American Heritage 11x8½ hardcover [1960] out of print/used

1973 Special Pulitzer Citation: "George Washington, Volumes I-IV" by James Thomas Flexner
1974: "The Americans: The Democratic Experience" by Daniel J. Boorstin
1975: "Jefferson and His Time" by Dumas Malone
1986: "... The Heavens and The Earth: A Political History of The Space Age" by Walter A. McDougall
1989: "Battle Cry of Freedom: The Civil War Era" [1988] by James M. McPherson
1995: "No Ordinary Time: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt - The Home Front In World War II" by Doris Kearns Goodwin

1997: Original Meanings / Making of the Constitution  "Original Meanings: Politics & Ideas In The Making of The
Constitution" [1996] by Jack N. Rakove

Kindle Edition from Knopf Group E-Books [4/2010] for $13.99
Vintage 8x5 pb [5/97] for $12.13
Knopf 9½x6½ hardcover [3/96] out of print/many used

see also the U.S. Constitution Page at Working Minds Philosophy website

1998: "Summer For The Gods: The Scopes Trial and America's Continuing Debate Over Science and Religion" by Edward J. Larson

2001: Founding Brothers  "Founding Brothers: The Revolutionary Generation" [2000]
by Joseph J. Ellis

Vintage 8x5¼ pb [2/2002] for $10.17
Knopf 9¼x6½ hardcover [10/2000] for $18.15

see also Spirit of America Bookstore's Founding Fathers Page

2006 Special Pulitzer Award: Edmund S. Morgan [b. 1916], for a creative and deeply influential body of work
as an American historian that spans the last half century

2008: Transformation of America book by Daniel Walker Howe  "What Hath God Wrought: The Transformation of America, 1815-1848"
[2007] by Daniel Walker Howe

Oxford Univ Press 9¼x6¼ pb [9/2009] for $12.14
Oxford Univ Press 9¼x6¾ hardcover [10/2007] for $23.10
2009: Hemingses of Monticello book by Annette Gordon-Reed  "The Hemingses of Monticello: An American Family" [2008]
by Annette Gordon-Reed
- also won the National Book Award
Kindle Edition from W.W. Norton [9/2009] for $9.99
W.W. Norton & Co. 9¼x6½ pb [9/2009] for $12.89
W.W. Norton & Co. 9¾x6½ deckle-edge hardcover [9/2008] for $23.25

see also Spirit of America's Thomas Jefferson [1743-1826] Page

2010: Lords of Finance book by Liaquat Ahamed  "Lords of Finance: The Bankers Who Broke The World" [2009]
by Liaquat Ahamed

also listed Best of 2009 by Time Magazine
Penguin 8½x5½ pb [12/2009] for $9.79
Penguin Press 9½x6½ hardcover [1/2009] for $21.75

see also Spirit of America's 'The Great Depression' Page

2012: "Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention" by Manning Marable [1950-2011]

The Pulitzer Prize for Biography/Autobiography
For a distinguished biography or autobiography by an American author.

Walter Jackson Bate, 1964, 1978

Robert Caro, 1975, 2003

David Herbert Donald, 1961, 1988

Douglas S. Freeman, 1935, 1958

Burton J. Hendrick for Biography

Marquis James [1891-1955]: two awards, for "The Raven: A Biography of Sam Houston" [1930], and "Andrew Jackson" [1938]

David Levering Lewis [b. 1936]: two awards, for books on W.E.B. Du Bois in 1994 & 2001

David McCullough, 1993, 2002

Samuel Eliot Morison, 1943, 1960

Joseph Allan Nevins [1890-1971]: two awards, for "Grover Cleveland" [1933], and "Hamilton Fish" [1937]

1919: "The Education of Henry Adams" by Henry Adams
1927: "Whitman" by Emory Holloway
1932: "Theodore Roosevelt" by Henry F. Pringle

1946: Son of the Wilderness biography by Linnie Marsh Wolfe  "Son of The Wilderness: The Life of John Muir" [1945]
by Linnie Marsh Wolfe [1881-1945], Foreword by Steven J. Holmes

Univ Wisconsin Press 2nd edition 8¾x5½ pb [3/2003] for $24.95
Univ Wisconsin Press 8¼x5½ hardcover [11/78] out of print/used
Alfred A. Knopf 9x6 hardcover [1945] out of print/used

see also Spirit of America's John Muir [1838-1914] Page

1949: "Roosevelt and Hopkins" by Robert E. Sherwood (plus three awards for Drama)
1954: "The Spirit of St. Louis" by Charles A. Lindbergh
1957: "Profiles In Courage" by John F. Kennedy [1917-63]
1959: "Woodrow Wilson: American Prophet" by Arthur Walworth
1966: "A Thousand Days" by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
1967: "Mr. Clemens and Mark Twain" by Justin Kaplan
1968: "Memoirs" by George Frost Kennan
1971: "Robert Frost: The Years of Triumph, 1915–1938" by Lawrence Thompson
1972: "Eleanor and Franklin" by Joseph P. Lash
1973: "Luce and His Empire" by W.A. Swanberg

1974: Eugene O'Neill bio by Louis Scheaffer   "O'Neill Volume I: Son and Playwright" [1968] by Louis Scheaffer
Cooper Square Press 9x6 pb [11/2002] for $22.95
A.M.S. Press 9¼x6¼ hardcover [6/88] for $82.50
"O'Neill Volume II: Son and Artist" [1973] by Louis Scheaffer
second volume won the Pulitzer Prize for Biography
Cooper Square Press 9x6 pb [11/2002] for $24.95
A.M.S. Press 9¼x6¼ hardcover [6/88] for $82.50
1976: Edith Wharton biography by R.W.B. Lewis  "Edith Wharton: A Biography" [1975]
by R.W.B. Lewis

Fromm Intl 9¼x6¼ pb [10/93] out of print/many used
HarperCollins 9½x6¼ hardcover [8/75] out of print/many used

1980: "The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt" by Edmund Morris
1984: "Booker T. Washington: The Wizard of Tuskegee, 1901–1915" by Louis R. Harlan
1987: "Bearing The Cross: Martin Luther King Jr. and The Southern Christian Leadership Conference" by David J. Garrow

1988: Thomas Wolfe biography by David Herbert Donald  "Look Homeward: A Life of Thomas Wolfe" [1987]
by David Herbert Donald

Harvard Univ Press 9x6 pb [1/2003] for $29.00
Little, Brown hardcover [3/89] out of print/many used
Ballantine/Fawcett pb [2/88] out of print/many used

see also Spirit of America's Thomas Wolfe [1900-38] Page

1991: "Jackson Pollock: An American Saga" by Steven Naifeh & Gregory White Smith
1993: "Truman" by David McCullough
1999: "Lindbergh" by A. Scott Berg

2002: John Adams biography by David McCullough  "John Adams" biography [2001] by David McCullough
"The Pulitzer Prize-winning, bestselling biography of America’s founding father and second president"
Kindle Edition from Touchstone/Simon & Schuster Digital Sales [2001 edition] for $14.99
Touchstone 9¼x6 pb [9/2002] for $11.60
Simon & Schuster 9¼x6¼ hardcover [5/2001] for $12.00

2005: "de Kooning: An American Master" by Mark Stevens & Annalyn Swan

2006: American Prometheus  "American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer"
[2005] by Kai Bird & Martin J. Sherwin

Vintage 8x5¼ pb [4/2006] for $11.67
Knopf 9½x6½ hardcover [4/2005] for $23.10

see also Spirit of America's J. Robert Oppenheimer [1904-67] Page

2010: "The First Tycoon: The Epic Life of Cornelius Vanderbilt" by T.J. Stiles
2011: "Washington: A Life" by Ron Chernow
2012: "George F. Kennan: An American Life" by John Lewis Gaddis

The Pulitzer Prize for Poetry
For a distinguished volume of original verse by an American poet.

Robert Frost [1874-1963]: four awards, for "New Hampshire: A Poem with Notes and Grace Notes" [1924],
"Collected Poems" [1931], "A Further Range" [1937], and "A Witness Tree" [1943]

Edwin Arlington Robinson [1869-1935]: three awards, for "Collected Poems" [1922],
"The Man Who Died Twice" [1925], and "Tristram" [1928]

Carl Sandburg [1878-1967]: three awards, Special Pulitzer Award for "Corn Huskers" [1919], and "Complete Poems" [1951],
plus 1940 award for History

Robert Penn Warren [1905-89]: three awards, for "Promises: Poems, 1954-1956" [1958], and
"Now and Then [1979], plus 1947 award for Fiction

Archibald MacLeish [1892-1982]: three awards, for "Conquistador" [1933] and
"Collected Poems, 1917-1952" [1953], plus 1959 award for Drama

Robert Lowell [1917-77]: two awards, for "Lord Weary's Castle" [1947], and "The Dolphin" [1974]

William S. Merwin [b. 1927]: two awards, for "The Carrier of Ladders" [1971], and "The Shadow of Sirius" [2009]

1923: "The Ballad of The Harp-Weaver: A Miscellany" by Edna St. Vincent Millay
1926: "What's O'Clock" by Amy Lowell
1929: "John Brown's Body" by Stephen Vincent Benét
1940: "Collected Poems" by Mark Van Doren
1942: "The Dust Which Is God" by William Rose Benét
1944: "Western Star" by Stephen Vincent Benét
1948: "The Age of Anxiety" by W.H. Auden
1950: "Annie Allen" by Gwendolyn Brooks
1952: "Collected Poems" by Marianne Moore
1954: "The Waking" by Theodore Roethke
1955: "Collected Poems" by Wallace Stevens
1963: "Pictures From Brueghel" by William Carlos Williams
1967: "Live or Die" by Anne Sexton
1972: "Collected Poems" by James Wright [1927-80]
1975: "Turtle Island" by Gary Snyder
1982: "The Collected Poems" by Sylvia Plath [1932-63]
1987: "Thomas and Beulah" by Rita Dove
1993: "The Wild Iris" by Louise Glück

The Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction [est. 1962]
For a distinguished book of non-fiction by an American author that is not eligible for consideration in any other category.

Barbara W. Tuchman [1912-89]: two awards, for "The Guns of August" [1963], and
"Stilwell and The American Experience In China, 1911-45" [1972]

Edward O. Wilson [b.1929]: two awards, for "On Human Nature" [1979], and
"The Ants" by Bert Hölldobler & Edward O. Wilson [1991]

1962: "The Making of The President, 1960" by Theodore White

1964: Anti-Intellectualism In American Life book by Richard Hofstadter  "Anti-Intellectualism In American Life" [1963 classic]
by Richard Hofstadter
(also won 1956 award in History)
Vintage 8x5 pb [2/66] for $12.24
Knopf 9½x7 hardcover [5/63] out of print/used

1965: "O Strange New World" by Howard Mumford Jones
1966: "Wandering Through Winter" by Edwin Way Teale
1967: "The Problem of Slavery In Western Culture" by David Brion Davis
1968: "Rousseau and Revolution (Volume 10 of The Story of Civilization)" by Will & Ariel Durant
1969: "So Human An Animal" by Rene Jules Dubos

1969: Mailer's Armies of The Night  "The Armies of The Night: History As A Novel, The Novel As History"
[1968] by Norman Mailer (who also won 1980 award in Fiction)

Mailer participated in the March On The Pentagon of 21 October 1967; his arrest
and news commentary were expanded into a book, which became a bestseller and
won the Pulitzer Prize for Non-Fiction.

Plume 8x5¼ pb [1/95] for $10.20
New American Library hardcover [12/68] out of print/used

1970: "Gandhi's Truth" by Erik H. Erikson
1971: "The Rising Sun" by John Toland
1973: "Fire In The Lake: The Vietnamese and The Americans In Vietnam" by Frances FitzGerald
1973: "Children of Crisis, Volumes 2 & 3" by Robert Coles

1974: Denial of Death book by Ernest Becker  "Denial of Death" [S&S 1973] by Ernest Becker
Free Press 8½x5½ pb [5/97] for $10.65
Free Press 8¼x5½ pb [3/85] out of print/used
Peter Smith Publrs 8¾x5¾ hardcover [11/98] for $31.75

1975: "Pilgrim At Tinker Creek" by Annie Dillard

1976: Why Survive? Being Old In America book by Dr. Robert N. Butler  "Why Survive?: Being Old In America" [1975 classic]
by Dr. Robert N. Butler [1927-2010]

Johns Hopkins Univ Press 8¼x6 pb [11/2002] for $22.28
author entry at Wikipedia

1977: "Beautiful Swimmers" by William W. Warner
1978: "The Dragons of Eden" by Carl Sagan
1978 Special Pulitzer Award: E.B. White [1899-1985], for his letters, essays and the full body of his work

1980: Gödel, Escher, Bach Eternal Golden Braid book by Douglas R. Hofstadter  "Gödel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid" [1979]
by Douglas R. Hofstadter

Basic Books 9x6 pb [1/99] for $15.10
Basic Books hardcover [3/79] out of print/many used

1982: "The Soul of A New Machine" by Tracy Kidder
1983: "Is There No Place On Earth For Me?" by Susan Sheehan

1984 Special Pulitzer Award: Theodor Seuss Geisel [1904-91], more widely known as Dr. Seuss, for his special contribution
over nearly half a century to the education and enjoyment of America's children and their parents

1985: "The Good War: An Oral History of World War Two" by Louis 'Studs' Terkel [1912-2008]

1988: Making of the Atomic Bomb  "The Making of The Atomic Bomb" [1987] by Richard Rhodes
also won the National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award
S&S 9¼x6 pb [8/95] for $13.60
Touchstone 9¼x6¼ pb [2/88] out of print/many used
S&S 9½x6¼ hardcover [2/87] out of print/used

see also Spirit of America's Atomic U.S.A. Page

1992: Prize / Oil, Money & Power  "The Prize: The Epic Quest For Oil, Money & Power" [1991 bestseller]
by Daniel Yergin

Free Press 9½x6 pb [1/93] for $14.96
Pocket 9x6 pb [12/91] out of print/used
S&S 9½x6½ hardcover [1/91] out of print/used

1993: "Lincoln At Gettysburg: The Words That Remade America" by Garry Wills
1995: "The Beak of The Finch: A Story of Evolution In Our Time" by Jonathan Weiner
1997: "Ashes To Ashes: America's Hundred-Year Cigarette War, The Public Health, and
The Unabashed Triumph of Philip Morris" by Richard Kluger

1998: Guns, Germs & Steel book by Jared Diamond  "Guns, Germs & Steel: The Fates of Human Societies" [1997 bestseller]
by Jared Diamond
- Two years on the N.Y. Times bestseller lists
Kindle Edition from W.W. Norton [1999 edition] for $7.07
W.W. Norton 9¼x6 pb [4/99] for $11.24
W.W. Norton 9½x7 hardcover [7/2005] for $17.82

1999: "Annals of The Former World" by John McPhee
2002: "Carry Me Home: Birmingham, Alabama, The Climactic Battle of The Civil Rights Revolution" by Diane McWhorter
2007: "The Looming Tower: Al-Qaeda and The Road To 9/11" by Lawrence Wright
2009: "Slavery By Another Name: The Re-Enslavement of Black Americans From The Civil War To
World War II" by Douglas A. Blackmon
2011: "Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer" by Siddhartha Mukherjee

2012: The Swerve book by Stephen Greenblatt  "The Swerve: How The World Became Modern" [2011] by Stephen Greenblatt
Author contends that in 1417 when Italian scholar Poggio Bracciolini discovered the last manuscript of the poem "On The Nature of Things" by the Roman Lucretius and ordered copies made, that that single action triggered the later Renaissance.
Kindle Edition from W.W. Norton [9/2012] for $9.43
W.W. Norton & Co. 8x5½ pb [9/2012] for $11.53
W.W. Norton & Co. 9¼x6¼ hardcover [9/2011] for $17.76
2013: Devil In The Grove book about Thurgood Marshall by Gilbert King  "Devil In The Grove: Thurgood Marshall, The Groveland Boys, and The Dawn of A New America"
[2012] by Gilbert King

New York Times bestseller, book won the Pulitzer Prize for Non-Fiction; back in 1946 Florida, Jim Crow policies were enforced by the Lake County sheriff; when a white girl cried rape, the Ku Klux Klan swarmed to Groveland, burning black-owned homes and chasing around after the four accused Afro-American teenagers. After one N.A.A.C.P. worker was murdered, lawyer Thurgood Marshall – even though he was quite busy preparing Brown v. Board of Education to go before the U.S. Supreme Court – stepped into the fray, resulting in a series of threats on his life. But he just would not back down . . .
Kindle Edition from HarperCollins Publrs [3/2012] for $9.60
Harper Perennial 8x5½ pb [2/2013] for $10.11
Harper 9½x6½ hardcover [3/2012] for $18.79
Harper hardcover [3/2012] out of print/used

2015: Pulitzer Prize-winning The Sixth Extinction book by Elizabeth Kolbert  "The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History" [2014] by Elizabeth Kolbert
New York Times bestseller, book won the Pulitzer Prize for Non-Fiction
Kindle Edition from Henry Holt & Co. [2/2014] for $9.99
Picador 8¼x5½ pb [1/2015] for $11.02
Henry Holt & Co. 9½x6¼ hardcover [2/2014] for $18.66

The Pulitzer Prize for Music
Since 1943; For a distinguished musical composition by an American that has had its first performance or recording in the United States during the year.

Samuel Barber [1910-81]: two awards, for "Vanessa" [1958 opera], and "Piano Concerto" [1963]

Elliot Carter [1908-2012]: two awards, for "String Quartet No. 2" [1960], and "String Quartet No. 3" [1973]

Walter Piston [1894-76]: two awards, for "Symphony No. 3" [1948], and "Symphony No. 7" [1961]

Gian Carlo Menotti [1911-2007]: two awards, for "The Consul" [1950 opera], and "The Saint of Bleecker Street" [1955 opera]

1943: "Secular Cantata No. 2: A Free Song" by William Schuman [1910-92], adapted from poems by Walt Whitman [1819-92]
1944 Special Pulitzer Award: Richard Rodgers [1902-79] & Oscar Hammerstein II [1895-1960], for "Oklahoma"
1945: "Appalachian Spring" ballet by Aaron Copland [1900-90]
1947: "Symphony No. 3" by Charles Ives [1874-1954]
1974 Special Pulitzer Award: Roger Sessions [1896-1985], for his life's work as a distinguished American composer
1976: "Air Music" by Ned Rorem [b. 1923]
1976 Special Pulitzer Bicentennial Year Award: Scott Joplin [1868?-1917]
1982: "Concerto For Orchestra" by Roger Sessions [1896-1985]
1982 Special Pulitzer Award: Milton Babbitt [1916-2011], for his life's work as a distinguished and seminal American composer
1997: "Blood On The Fields" oratorio by Wynton Marsalis
1998 Special Pulitzer Award: George Gershwin [1898-1937], for his distinguished and enduring contributions to American music
1999 Special Pulitzer Award: Duke Ellington [1899-1974], in recognition of his musical genius
2006 Special Pulitzer Citation: Thelonious Monk [1917-82], for a body of distinguished & innovative musical composition
that has had a significant and enduring impact on the evolution of jazz
2007: "Sound Grammar" by Ornette Coleman [b. 1930]
2007 Special Pulitzer Citation: John Coltrane [1926-67], for his masterful improvisation, supreme musicianship,
and iconic centrality to the history of jazz
2008 Special Pulitzer Award: Bob Dylan [b. 1941], for his profound impact on popular music and American culture,
marked by lyrical compositions of extraordinary poetic power
2010 Special Pulitzer Award: Hank Williams [1923-53], for his craftsmanship as a songwriter who played a
pivotal role in transforming country music into a major musical & cultural force in American life

The Pulitzer Prize for Public Service
The most prestigious of the Pulitzer Prizes, the only one for which the winner receives a gold medal.
[ to be done later ]

Pulitzer Prizes for Journalism
[ to be done later ]

Carol Guzy: four awards for Photography

Thomas L. Friedman: three awards for Journalism, 1983, 1988 & 2002

Horst Faas: two awards for Photography

Gene Miller: two awards for Investigative Reporting

Anthony Shadid: two awards for his coverage of the Iraq War

Gene Weingarten: two awards for Feature Writing - 2008 and 2010

1949: On The Waterfront / Prize-Winning Articles  "On The Waterfront: The Pulitzer Prize-Winning Articles That Inspired
The Classic Film & Transformed The New York Harbor" [1948]
by Malcolm Johnson & Budd Schulberg

Malcolm Johnson [1904-76] entry at Wikipedia
Chamberlain 8x5¼ hardcover [5/2005] out of print/used
Allison & Busby pb [undated] out of print/used

1958: Special Pulitzer Award to Walter Lippman [1889-1974], nationally syndicated columnist of The New York Herald Tribune

1972: Pulitzer Prize for Commentary to Mike Royko, Chicago Daily News columnist

1975: Pulitzer Prize for Criticism to Roger Ebert [1942-2013], Chicago Sun-Times

1976: Pulitzer Prize for Commentary to Walter Wellesley 'Red' Smith, New York Times sports columnist

1976: The Death and Life of Dith Pran book by Sydney Schanberg  "The Death and Life of Dith Pran" [1985] by Sydney H. Schanberg
Schanberg won the 1976 Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting for his Cambodia
coverage; the book happened later, as did the movie "The Killing Fields".
Sydney Schanberg entry at Wikipedia
Dell movie tie-in pb [8/84] out of print/many used
Viking hardcover [5/85] out of print/used

1977: Pulitzer Prize for Commentary to George F. Will, Washington Post

1978: Pulitzer Prize for Commentary to William Safire, New York Times

1978: Pulitzer Prize for Criticism to Walter Kerr, New York Times

1979: Pulitzer Prize for Commentary to Russell Baker, New York Times

1982: Pulitzer Prize for Commentary to Art Buchwald, Los Angeles Times Syndicate

1986: Pulitzer Prize for Commentary to Jimmy Breslin, New York Daily News

1988: Pulitzer Prize for Commentary to Dave Barry, Miami Herald

1990: Pulitzer Prize for Commentary to Jim Murray, Los Angeles Times sports columnist

1990: Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting to husband & wife Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, New York Times
for their reporting from Beijing about the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sheryl_WuDunn + http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicholas_Kristof
P.B.S. 'Makers Profiles' short videos of Sheryl WuDunn {Kristof}

1996: Special Pulitzer Award to Herb Caen [1916-97], local columnist of the San Francisco Chronicle

1998: Pulitzer Prize for Criticism to Ms. Michiko Kakutani, literary critic for the New York Times

Pulitzer Prizes for Editorial Cartooning

Herbert Block: three awards for Editorial Cartooning

Edmund Duffy: three awards for Editorial Cartooning

Rollin Kirby: three awards for Editorial Cartooning

Jeff MacNelly: three awards for Editorial Cartooning

Steve Breen: two awards for Editorial Cartooning

Daniel R. Fitzpatrick: two awards for Editorial Cartooning

Walt Handelsman: two awards for Editorial Cartooning

Nelson Harding: two awards for Editorial Cartooning

David Horsey: two awards for Editorial Cartooning

Mike Luckovich: two awards for Editorial Cartooning

Bill Mauldin: two awards for Editorial Cartooning

Michael Ramirez: two awards for Editorial Cartooning

1945: Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning to Bill Mauldin [1921-2003] at age 23

L i n k s
The Pulitzer Prizes [est. 1917] official website
Pulitzer Prizes entry at Wikipedia
Joseph Pulitzer [1847-1911] entry at Wikipedia
short history video [8:37] at Vimeo

search for books on keywords 'pulitzer+prize+winners' {returns 2,100+ titles} at Amazon

Pulitzer-Winner  Anthologies  &  Criticism

Pulitzer Prize Winning Works Collection in Kindle format from Jame-Books  "Pulitzer Prize Winning Works Collection (11 Works)" for Kindle [2013]
Kindle Edition from Jame-Books [10/2013] for $1.99 {sic}
includes eleven full-length works: 1918 Fiction winner "His Family" by Ernest Poole; 1919 Special Award for Poetry winner "Cornhuskers" collection by Carl Sandburg [1878-1967]; 1919 Autobiography winner "The Education of Henry Adams" by Henry Adams; 1921 Fiction winner "The Age of Innocence" by Edith Wharton [1862-1937]; 1921 Drama winner "Miss Lulu Bett" by Zona Gale; 1921 Autobiography winner "The Americanization of Edward Bok" by Edward Bok; 1922 Drama winner "Anna Christie" by Eugene O'Neill [1888-1953]; 1922 Biography winner "A Daughter of The Middle Border" by Hamlin Garland; 1922 Fiction winner "Alice Adams" by Booth Tarkington; 1923 Biography winner "The Life and Letters of Walter H. Page" by Burton J. Hendrick; and 1923 Fiction winner "One of Ours" by Willa Cather [1873-1947]


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