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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
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
2005 The Year of Magical Thinking Joan Didion 05/25/2017
1969 The Armies of the Night Norman Mailer 05/25/2017
1982 Lucy Maitland A. Edey and Donald C. Johansen 05/25/2017
1961 The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich William L. Shirer 05/25/2017
1975 All God's Dangers Theodore Rosengarten 05/25/2017
1998 Slaves in the Family Edward Ball 05/25/2017
1965 The Oysters of Locmariaquer Eleanor Clark 05/25/2017
1959 Mistress To An Age J. Christopher Herold 05/25/2017
1966 A Thousand Days Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. 05/25/2017
1981 Christianity, Social Tolerance, and Homosexuality John Boswell 05/25/2017
1973 Fire in the Lake Frances Fitzgerald 05/25/2017
1954 Bruce Catton's Civil War Bruce Catton 05/25/2017
1967 Mr. Clemens and Mark Twain Justin Kaplan 05/25/2017
1976 Passage to Ararat Michael J. Arlen 05/25/2017
1989 From Beirut to Jerusalem Thomas L. Friedman 05/25/2017
1997 American Sphinx Joseph J. Ellis 05/25/2017
2010 Just Kids Patti Smith 05/25/2017
1985 Common Ground J. Anthony Lukas 05/25/2017
1951 Herman Melville Newton Arvin 05/25/2017
1972 The Classical Style Charles Rosen 05/25/2017
1988 A Bright Shining Lie Neil Sheehan 05/25/2017

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