9 Books by Women That Won the Pulitzer Prize

The Pulitzer Prize has been an annual award given by Columbia University for one hundred years, and celebrates US fiction and other writing. The winners are a diverse collection of texts, and we’re celebrating the eleven best women who’ve won it.

1. A Thousand Acres by Jane Smiley

When Caroline’s father offers her a share of his farm after his retirement, she rejects the offer. She’s a big city girl now – a lawyer doing well for herself. What she doesn’t expect is that her father will cut her off, leaving her entire family in tatters.Read More
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2. A Visit From the Goon Squad by Jennifer Egan

Bennie hires Sasha, a young woman with passion, but a troubled past. Bennie, a punk-rocker who is beginning to feel his age, has his own issues. Jennifer Egan dives into the music scene with a direct look into the histories of a group of damaged people.Read More
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3. Breathing Lessons by Anne Tyler

After twenty eight years of marriage, Ira and Maggie Moran are about to discover the true hardships of family life. When Maggie’s best friend’s husband dies, they must find a way to get through it together, rekindle love and deal with their whirlwind kids who are causing all kinds of trouble.Read More
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