Best Books of 1968

The New York Times Book Review

Here are the New York Times Book Review’s top books of 1968:

Fiction Selections:

TitleAuthor
The First Circle
Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

Nonfiction Selections:

TitleAuthor
The Collected Essays, Journalism and Letters of George OrwellGeorge Orwell
The Armies of the NightNorman Mailer
His Toy, His Dream, His RestJohn Berryman
Confessions of a Disloyal EuropeanJan Myrdal
Soul on IceEldridge Cleaver
The Double Helix: A Personal Account of the Discovery of the Structure of DNAJames D. Watson
Lytton Strachey: A Critical BiographyMichael Holroyd
A Cab at the DoorV.S. Pritchett
Anti-MemoirsAndré Malraux

Pulitzer Prize Winning Books of 1968

Here is the Pulitzer Prize winning Fiction book of 1968:

TitleAuthor
The Confessions of Nat TurnerWilliam Styron

Here is the Pulitzer Prize winning General Nonfiction book of 1968:

TitleAuthor
The Story of Civilization: Rousseau and RevolutionWill and Ariel Durant