John Steinbeck received the following awards and honors:
1935 - Commonwealth Club of California Gold Medal for Best Novel by a Californian (Tortilla Flat)
1936 - Commonwealth Club of California Gold Medal for Best Novel by a Californian
(In Dubious Battle)
1938 - New York Drama Critics' Circle Award (Of Mice & Men)
1939 - Member of National Institute of Arts and Letters--American Booksellers' Award
1940 - Pulitzer Prize Fiction Award (The Grapes of Wrath)
1946 - King Haakon Liberty Cross (The Moon is Down)
1948 - Member of American Academy of Arts and Letters
1962 - Nobel Prize for Literature
1963 - Honorary Consultant in American Literature to the Library of Congress
1964 - United States Medal of Freedom
- Trustee of John F. Kennedy Memorial Library
- Annual Paperback of the Year Award
- Press Medal of Freedom
1966 - Member of the National Arts Council
1979 - US Postal Service issued a John Steinbeck Commemorative Stamp
1983 - Steinbeck Center Foundation started in Salinas, CA
1984 - American Arts Gold Medallion of Steinbeck issued by the US Mint
1993 - Steinbeck Center Foundation opens interim headquarters
1997 - National Steinbeck Center groundbreaking
1998 - National Steinbeck Center Grand Opening (June 27, 1998)
He won a noble prize for his work in literarure.
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he won the nobel prize
John Steinbeck received the Nobel Prize.
The Nobel prize for Literature.
John Steinbeck was a famous American Author of numerous books.
There are no books called John Steinbeck. However John Steinbeck was an author and wrote several, some considered classics.
John Steinbeck received the Presidential Medal of Freedom for his writing from Lyndon B. Johnson. He also received the Nobel Prize for Literature.
the life of cabbage
They are mainly about the loneliness of life
Three of John Steinbeck's popular books include:Of Mice and Men (1937)The Grapes of Wrath (1939)The Pearl (1947)