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National Book Award Winners - Non-Fiction

Description: The National Book Awards are presented annually "to celebrate the best of American literature, to expand its audience, and to enhance the cultural value of good writing in America." Here we present the Non-Fiction medal winners. #award #adults


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Year Title Author Date Added Action
2008 The Hemingses of Monticello Annette Gordon-Reed 05/25/2017
1984 Andrew Jackson and the Course of American Democracy 1833-1845 Robert V. Remini 05/25/2017
1981 Walt Whitman Justin Kaplan 05/25/2017
1967 The Enlightenment Peter Gay 05/25/2017
1969 White Over Black Winthrop D. Jordan and Christopher Leslie Brown and Peter H. Wood 05/25/2017
2013 The Unwinding George Packer 05/25/2017
1960 James Joyce Richard Ellmann 05/25/2017
1962 The City in History Lewis Mumford 05/25/2017
1994 How We Die Sherwin B. Nuland 05/25/2017
1983 China Fox Butterfield 05/25/2017
1983 Voices of Protest Alan Brinkley 05/25/2017
1987 Making of the Atomic Bomb Richard Rhodes 05/25/2017
1980 Gödel, Escher, Bach Douglas R. Hofstadter 05/25/2017
1983 National Defense James Fallows 05/25/2017
1971 Roosevelt James Macgregor Burns 05/25/2017
2001 The Noonday Demon Andrew Solomon 05/25/2017
1980 The Right Stuff Tom Wolfe 05/25/2017
1992 Becoming a Man Paul Monette 05/25/2017
1977 World of Our Fathers Irving Howe 05/25/2017
2014 Age of Ambition Evan Osnos 05/25/2017
1972 Eleanor and Franklin Joseph P. Lash 05/25/2017
2011 The Swerve Stephen Greenblatt 05/25/2017
1975 Lives of a Cell Lewis Thomas 05/25/2017
1999 Embracing Defeat John W. Dower 05/25/2017
1978 Winners & Losers Frances Fitzgerald and Gloria Emerson 05/25/2017

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