Who has won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction?
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Pulitzer Prize for Fiction/Winners
How many Fiction books have won the Pulitzer Prize?
In 31 years under the “Novel” name, the prize was awarded 27 times; in its first 69 years to 2016 under the “Fiction” name, 62 times. There have been 11 years during which no title received the award.
Who has won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction twice?
Four authors have won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction twice: Booth Tarkington (1919 and 1922), William Faulkner (1955 and 1963), John Updike (1982 and 1991)and Colson Whitehead (2017 and 2020).
What books have won a Pulitzer Prize?
Winners of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction
- The Nickel Boys. by Colson Whitehead.
- The Overstory. by Richard Powers.
- Less. by Andrew Sean Greer.
- The Underground Railroad. by Colson Whitehead.
- Sympathizer. by Viet Thanh Nguyen.
- All the Light We Cannot See. by Anthony Doerr.
- The Goldfinch. by Tartt, Donna.
- The Orphan Masters Son.
Who was the only person to win the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction?
Four writers to date have won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction multiple times, one nominally in the novel category and two in the general fiction category. Ernest Hemingway was selected by the 1941 and 1953 juries, but the former was overturned and no 1941 award was given. Booth Tarkington, 1919, 1922
When did Edith Wharton win the Pulitzer Prize?
1920s 1920: No award given 1921: The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton 1922: Alice Adams by Booth Tarkington 1923: One of Ours by Willa Cather 1924: The Able McLaughlins by Margaret Wilson 1925: So Big by Edna Ferber 1926: Arrowsmith by Sinclair Lewis (declined prize) 1927: Early Autumn by Louis Bromfield
When did Norman Maclean win the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction?
^ The fiction jury had recommended the 1977 award to Norman MacLean ‘s A River Runs Through It, but the Pulitzer board, which has sole discretion for awarding the prize, made no award. That same year, however, Alex Haley ‘s iconic family saga Roots was awarded a special Pulitzer Prize.
When did Thomas Pynchon win the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction?
^ The fiction jury had unanimously recommended the 1974 award to Thomas Pynchon ‘s Gravity’s Rainbow, but the Pulitzer board, which has sole discretion for awarding the prize, made no award.