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1985

Always Coming Home

By Ursula K. Le Guin

Original Publisher: Harpercollins

Current Publisher: University of California Press

Fiction Finalists That Year

Fiction Winner That Year: Don DeLillo for White Noise

Fiction Judges That Year: Not Available

The Year in Literature:

  • Foreign Affairs by Alison Lurie won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction.
  • Claude Simon won the Nobel Prize for literature.

More Information: Le Guin won the National Book Award for Children’s Books in 1973 for The Farthest Shore and was a Finalist two other times: in 1972 for The Tombs of Atuan (Children’s Books) and in 1977 for Orsinian Tales (Fiction).

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