1907 Nobel Prize in Literature, United KingdomBorn in India. First English language writer to receive the prize and its youngest recipient to date. Declined offers of British Poet Laureateship and knighthood.
Works include:-The Jungle Book: -The Man Who Would Be King-Just So Stories-The White Man’s Burden
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1932 Nobel Prize in Literature, United KingdomWorks Include:-The Forsyte Saga:-Man of Property-A Modern Comedy
George Bernard Shaw
1925 Nobel Prize for literature, IrelandPromoted eugenics, denounced both sides of WWI, praised Mussolini, Naziism and Stalin. Refused state honors, including Order of Merit in 1946.Works Include:-Man and Superman-Pygmalion-Saint Joan
1923 Nobel Prize in Literature, IrelandServed as Irish Senator, founded the Abbey Theater. First Irishman to win Nobel for LiteratureWorks Include:-The Tower, includes several of his most famous poems, including “Sailing to Byzantium,” “Leda and the Swan,” and “Among School Children.”-The Winding Stair and Other Poems:
1929 Nobel Prize in Literature. GermanyWon Goethe Prize in 1949. Opposed Nazis, fled to Switzerland.
Record anti-Nazi radio for the Allies.Works include:-Buddenbrooks-Magic Mountain-Death in Venice
1930 Nobel Prize in Literature, American from Minnesota. First American writer to win Nobel Prize in Literature. Also won Pulitzer in 1926-RefusedWorks include:-Babbitt-It Can’t Happen Here-Arrow Smith
1936 Nobel Prize for Literature, American from New YorkHis plays were among the first to use vernacular and involve characters on the fringes of society.
Nearly all involve some degree of tragedy and pessimism.Works include:-Long Day’s Journey Into Night: -The Iceman Cometh-Ah, Wilderness!
Pearl S. Buck
1938 Nobel Prize in Literature, first American woman to do soWorks Include:-The Good Earth-Sons-A House Divided
1948 Nobel Prize in Literature, United KingdomBorn in U.S.
but later naturalized British subject and renounced American citizenshipPoems include:-The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock-The Waste Land-The Hollow Men-Murder in the Cathedral (play)
1949 Nobel Prize in Literature, American from Oxford, MississippiWorks Include:-A Fable, won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction-The Reivers, won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction-Sound and the Fury-As I Lay Dying-Light in August-Absalom, Absalom!
-Won the 1950 Nobel Prize in Literature
1953 Nobel Prize in Literature, United KingdomWas often confused with American writer of same name”For his mastery of historical and biographical description as well as for brilliant oratory in defending exalted human values”
Won the 1954 Nobel Prize in Literature, from Oak Park, IllinoisWorks Include:-The Old Man and the Sea-The Sun Also Rises-A Moveable Feast
Won the 1957 Nobel Prize in Literature, France, born in French AlgeriaWorks Include:-The Stranger-The Plague-The Myth of Sisyphus
1962 Nobel Prize in Literature, American from Salinas, CaliforniaWorks Include:-Tortilla Flat -East of Eden-Of Mice and Men -The Red Pony -The Grapes of Wrath, won Pulitzer
1964 Nobel Prize in Literature, FranceRefused Nobel, but later asked for the prize money and was turned downWorks Include:-Existentialism and Humanism
1976 Nobel Prize in Literature, Canadian/AmericanWorks Include:-The Dangling Man-Humboldt’s Gift, won Pulitzer -Mr.
Sammler’s Planet, won National Book Award-Herzog, won National book Award-Adventures of Augie March, won National Book Award
Gabriel Garcia Marquez
1982 Nobel Prize in Literature, ColumbianWorks Include:-One Hundred Years of Solitude-The Autumn of the Patriarch-Love in the Time of Cholera
Sir William Gerald Golding
1983 Nobel Prize in Literature, United KingdomWorks Include:-Lord of the Flies-Rites of Passage, the 1st book in the trilogy To the Ends of the Earth-The Inheritors
1993 Nobel Prize in Literature, USAFirst black female Nobel Prize in Literature LaureateWorks Include:-The Bluest Eye-Sula-Song of Solomon-Beloved (1987).