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The 2015 Pulitzer for Fiction Goes to Anthony Doerr’s ‘All the Light We Cannot See’

By posted at 3:27 pm on April 20, 2015 1

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Following last year’s win for Donna Tartt’s The Goldfinch, the Pulitzer jury named Anthony Doerr’s All the Light We Cannot See this year’s winner in the fiction category, a second year in a row that the year’s break-out literary bestseller took home the prize.

Here are this year’s Pulitzer winners and finalists with bonus links:

Fiction:

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General Nonfiction:

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History:

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Biography:

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Poetry:

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Winners and finalists in other categories are available at the Pulitzer Web site.

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One Response to “The 2015 Pulitzer for Fiction Goes to Anthony Doerr’s ‘All the Light We Cannot See’”

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    at 11:13 am on May 15, 2015

    […] We Cannot See was 2014’s “break-out literary bestseller,” as our sister site The Millions put it. (They also reviewed the novel and its beautiful language in a piece well worth reading). Doerr’s […]

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