Awards & Winners

Alison Lurie

Date of Birth 03-September-1926
Place of Birth Chicago
(Illinois, United States of America, Chicago metropolitan area, Area code 872)
Nationality United States of America
Profession Novelist
Alison Lurie is an American novelist and academic. She won the Pulitzer Prize for her 1984 novel Foreign Affairs. Although better known as a novelist, she has also written numerous non-fiction books and articles, particularly on children's literature and the semiotics of dress.

Awards by Alison Lurie

Check all the awards nominated and won by Alison Lurie.


Nominations 2001 »

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Lambda Literary Award for Biography Familiar Spirits: A Memoir of James Merrill and David Jackson


Nominations 1994 »

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World Fantasy Award for Best Anthology The Oxford Book of Modern Fairy Tales


Nominations 1991 »

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Locus Award for Best Non-Fiction Don't Tell the Grown-Ups


Pulitzer Prize for Fiction
Honored for : Foreign Affairs

Nominations 1985 »

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Pulitzer Prize for Fiction Foreign Affairs


Nominations 1984 »

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National Book Award for Fiction Foreign Affairs