The Pulitzer Prize for Fiction – how many have you read?

Barbara Vitelli, a.k.a. Book Club Mom, compiled this list of Pulitzer Prize winners for Fiction two years ago and updated it this year. By 2017, I had read only 10 of them, but since then I’ve added 5 and hope to read more. How many of these novels have you read?

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Someday I’d like to say I have read all the Pulitzer Prize winners for fiction. I took a look at the all-time list, and discovered I have a long way to go!

2019: The Overstory by Richard Powers

2018: Less by Andrew Sean Greer(read and reviewed)

2017:  The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead

2016:  The Sympathizer by Viet Thanh Nguyen

2015:  All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr (read and reviewed)

2014:  The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt

2013:  The Orphan Master’s Son by Adam Johnson

2012:  No award

2011:  A Visit from the Goon Squad by Jennifer Egan

2010:  Tinkers by Paul Harding

2009:  Olive Kitteridge by Elizabeth Strout (read and reviewed)

2008:  The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz

2007:  The Road by Cormac McCarthy (read and reviewed)

2006:  March by Geraldine Brooks

2005:  Gilead by Marilynne Robinson

2004:  The Known World

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8 thoughts on “The Pulitzer Prize for Fiction – how many have you read?

  1. I’ve read several of these and liked some of them. I’m not always “into” what is deemed Pultizer, you know? But I did read and like ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE and OLIVE KITTEREDGE and MARCH. I find “contests” so hard because some people think that makes them the “BEST” when in my mind it’s such a subjective thing.
    P.S. You’re books are wonderful!!! 🙂 xo

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    1. Thanks again for your thoughtful praise of my books. I just found out my nephew and his wife are expecting a baby (yay!), so I’ll be buying your Molly book for the new arrival. 😊
      I agree about the subjective nature of prizes for works of Literature. Not everyone feels the same about these works. My husband I don’t always agree about books (don’t tell him but I think he’s a bit of a book snob 😉).

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