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15 Minute Pulitzer: 1958, vim and vigor in the style of James Agee
Craig is reading all of the Pulitzer-prize winning novels in chronological order. Read his latest review on As You Like It.
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15 Minute Pulitzer: 1958, vim and vigor in the style of James Agee, This image is not actually of James Agee, it is of Henry Walker, Agee's photographic collaborator for the work Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, the book that is widely considered the masterpiece of Agee's career. Book Review: A Death in the Family by James Agee The characters of James Agee's 1958 Pulitzer win (awarded posthumously, this autobiographical, to win the Pulitzer in 1958. (Sometimes to become immortal one has to die and have very good friends
15 Minute Pulitzer 1972: No, really! You should consider reading this book
Craig is reading all of the Pulitzer-prize winning novels in chronological order. Read his latest review on As You Like It.
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15 Minute Pulitzer 1972: No, really! You should consider reading this book, Book Review: Angle of Repose by Wallace Stegner There is a moment that I found particularly meaningful in Wallace Stegner’s 1972 Pulitzer Prize winner, Angle of Repose, in which he defines wisdom as knowing what one has to accept. At that point in the narrative, after around 450 pages, . Craig is reading all of the Pulitzer-prize winning novels in chronological order. He's then challenging himself to review each title in 15 minutes or less. Click this link for his previous reviews
15 Minute Pulitzer 1971: My two/three cents
Craig is reading all of the Pulitzer-prize winning novels in chronological order. Read his latest review on As You Like It.
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15 Minute Pulitzer 1971: My two/three cents, ) for the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction of 1971. Ultimately, since the Fiction Jury had noted that it, of the three recommended titles, the Pulitzer Board decided to not award a Fiction prize at all, thus, with Eudora Welty’s final book and near Pulitzer-win, I don’t not take issue with its never-ending dialogic wanderings, and I definitely take issue with the dude on the Pulitzer Jury for Fiction, to” as a member of the Pulitzer Jury put it, and it did not “alienate” me. That said, I can sometimes
15 Minute Pulitzer: 1966, The Collected Stories of Katherine Anne Porter
Craig is reading all of the Pulitzer-prize winning novels in chronological order. Read his latest review on As You Like It.
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15 Minute Pulitzer: 1966, The Collected Stories of Katherine Anne Porter, with her Pulitzer. The titular book of this post has become her legacy and in many ways, of this 1966 Pulitzer Prize winner, The Collected Stories of Katherine Anne Porter, there is a funny, thought it was that good. On that note, having read 50 years of Pulitzers, I believe it is time for me to start shopping for a cardigan sweater to go along with 1967, our Pulitzer Anniversary Year
15 Minute Pulitzer: 1961, To our neighbors far and wide
Craig is reading all of the Pulitzer-prize winning novels in chronological order. Read his latest review on As You Like It.
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15 Minute Pulitzer: 1961, To our neighbors far and wide, Book Review: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee It is now probably impossible (for at least a few more years, anyway) to talk about Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird (which did win the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1961, by the way) without also talking about Go Set a Watchman, Lee’s 2015 sequel (and original idea) to the masterwork. Controversy aside (if you’re like, ‘what controversy?’ just google 'Go Set a Watchman' and you’ll see), I found Go Set a Watchman interesting, timely
15 Minute Pulitzer: 1959, If you’re gonna cope, you’re gonna have to laugh?
Craig is reading all of the Pulitzer-prize winning novels in chronological order. Read his latest review on As You Like It.
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15 Minute Pulitzer: 1959, If you’re gonna cope, you’re gonna have to laugh?, Book Review: The Travels of Jaime McPheeters by Robert Lewis Taylor For me, the essence of The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters, Robert Lewis Taylor's 1959 Pulitzer Prize win set in the California Gold Rush of the 1850s, is captured in the following statement from Jaimie McPheeters himself: "We knew the place (Hawkins' Oak), about a mile away toward town, a green, pasturey dell with a huge gnarled tree in the middle, from one of whose branches a man named Hawkins once was hung for stealing
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! by Kay S | Aug 15, 2018 Yes, Pulitzer: This one’s full of movie references by Craig B | Aug 13, 2018 Book Review: Alison Lurie's winner of the 1985 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, Foreign Affairs The pun in Alison Lurie’s title of her 1985 Pulitzer Prize, that this was The One, it was erased the minute I read the description the blogger had included: Today,” My