James Tait Black Memorial Prize

literary prizes awarded for literature written in the English language

The James Tait Black Memorial Prizes are literary prizes awarded for literature written in the English language. They, along with the Hawthornden Prize, are Britain's oldest literary awards. Based at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, United Kingdom, the prizes were founded in 1919 by Mrs Janet Coats Black in memory of her late husband, James Tait Black, a partner in the publishing house of A & C Black Ltd. Prizes are awarded in three categories: Fiction, Biography and Drama.
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award received: James Tait Black Memorial Prize

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Author

Aldous Huxley

English writer

works

43

Brave New World

novel by Aldous Huxley

author: Aldous Huxley

1932

Brave New World Revisited

literary work by Aldous Huxley

author: Aldous Huxley

1958

The Doors of Perception

book by Aldous Huxley

author: Aldous Huxley

1954

The Perennial Philosophy

book by Aldous Huxley

author: Aldous Huxley

1945

Island

1962 novel by Aldous Huxley

author: Aldous Huxley

1962

Author

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Graham Greene

English writer, playwright and literary critic

works

50

The Quiet American

novel by Graham Greene

author: Graham Greene

1955

Travels with My Aunt

1969 Graham Greene novel

author: Graham Greene

1969

The End of the Affair

novel by Graham Greene

author: Graham Greene

1951

The Heart of the Matter

novel by Graham Greene

author: Graham Greene

1948

Author

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Doris Lessing

British novelist, poet, playwright, librettist, biographer and short story writer

Author

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Iris Murdoch

British writer and philosopher

Author

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Ian McEwan

British author

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