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Between Two Worlds : A Story About Pearl Buck (Creative Minds)
by Barbara Mitchell, Karen Ritz (Illustrator)
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Pearl S. Buck : A Cultural Biography
by Peter J. Conn
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Pearl S. Buck

1892- 1973

Novelist

Renowned American novelist Pearl Buck set many of her works inChina, where she spent a good deal of her life as the child and wife of missionaries. Her novel, The Good Earth, won a Pulitzer Prize in 1931, and Buck received the Nobel Prize for literature in 1938. Her oeuvre includes East Wind; West Wind, A House Divided, Fighting Angel, and The Exile.

Bibliography:

Buck, Pearl S. (Pearl Sydenstricker), [foreword by James A. Michener]. The Child Who Never Grew. Rockville, MD : Woodbine House, c1992.

La Farge, Ann. [introductory essay by Matina S. Horner]. Pearl Buck. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, c1988.

Mitchell, Barbara; Illustrations by Karen Ritz. Between Two Worlds: A Story About Pearl Buck. Minneapolis : Carolrhoda Books, c1988.