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William Styron

WILLIAM STYRON

Styron was awarded the American Academy’s Prix de Rome for his first novel, Lie Down in Darkness. Other works include The Long March and Set This House on Fire. He received the 1968 Pulitzer Prize and the Howells Medal of the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters for The Confessions of Nat Turner. His novel, Sophie’s Choice, winner of the American Book Award, was adapted to the screen in an Academy Award-winning motion picture.


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