The Pulitzer Prize for Fiction is one of seven categories of American Pulitzer permits. It highlights a work of fiction published in the previous year by an American author, preferably about the United States.
The first Pulitzer Prize for Novel was awarded in 1918. Below we leave you the award-winning books published in AliceAndBooks that are in public domain:
The prize was not awarded in 1920. Initially, Joseph Hergesheimer was thought of, for his book Java Head, but it was decided that he did not meet the "wholesome" criteria.