Pulitzer Prize Winning Novels: Current Reading List

049 MiddlesexI started reading Pulitzer Prize winning novels in April 2009, with a goal of reading all of the winning novels.  I am working my way through the list, reading a Pulitzer Prize winner about every 4 to 6 weeks. Let me know if you’d like to join me!

I’m Currently Reading: Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides. I plan to finish it by 11/15/2015.

Upcoming Reading List

I’ve queued up the following set of Pulitzer Prize winning novels in the order I plan to read them in the coming months.

  1. Honey in the Horn, Harold L. Davis (1936)
  2. The Bridge of San Luis Rey, Thornton Wilder (1928) *
  3. Independence Day, Richard Ford (1996) *
  4. Angle of Repose, Wallace Stegner (1972) *
  5. The Magnificent Ambersons, Booth Tarkington (1919) *
  6. Tales of the South Pacific, James A. Michener (1948)
  7. Early Autumn, Louis Bromfield (1927) *
  8. The Known World, Edward P. Jones (2004) *
  9. The Way West, A. B. Guthrie (1950)
  10. A Fable, William Faulkner (1955) *
  11. American Pastoral, Philip Roth (1998) *

051 Honey in the Horn052 Bridge of San Luis Rey053 Independence Day054 Angle of Repose055 Magnificent Ambersons056 tales-of-the-south-pacific057 Early Autumn058 The Known World059 The Way West060 A Fable061 American Pastoral

Click here to view the list of the Pulitzer Prize winning novels I’ve read so far.

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