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Forgotten but Not Gone

T.S. Stribling, who won a Pulitzer Prize in 1933, deserves an important place in Southern literary study

Stribling, THE STOREJuly 8, 2016 In the last of a nine-essay series commemorating the centennial year of the Pulitzer Prizes, scholar Kenneth W. Vickers considers the lasting significance of T.S. Stribling, the first Tennessee writer to be awarded a Pulitzer Prize.

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