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A woman of deep wisdom and compassion, Pearl S. Buck (1892 – 1973) made her humanitarian views clear in both her fiction and nonfiction writings. She brought attention to issues of gender, politics, and race, and dared nations and society to help those in need.
Her first novel, East Wind, West Wind, was published in 1930. The Good Earth (1931) her best-known work, was her second novel, and the one that cemented her reputation. It received both the Pulitzer Prize and the Howells Medal in 1932. Read More→