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Ten random things: February 2

Ten books that won the National Book Award in a category that has since been discontinued:

  1. The Complete Directory of Prime Time Network TV Shows: 1946-Present by Tim Brooks & Earle Marsh (General Reference Book, Paperback, 1980)
  2. John Keats: The Making of a Poet by Aileen Ward (Arts and Letters, 1964)
  3. Søren Kierkegaard's Journals and Papers translated by Howard and Edna Hong (Translation, 1968)
  4. The Last Whole Earth Catalogue edited by Stewart Brand (Contemporary Affairs, 1972)
  5. The Enlightenment, Vol. I: An Interpretation the Rise of Modern Paganism by Peter Gay (History and Biography, 1967)
  6. Malcolm Lowry: A Biography by Douglas Day (Biography, 1974)
  7. A Penguin Year by Susan Bonners (Children's Books, Non-Fiction, 1982)
  8. The Red Magician by Lisa Goldstein (Original Paperback, 1983)
  9. God and Golem, Inc: A Comment on Certain Points where Cybernetics Impinges on Religion by Norbert Wiener (Science, Philosophy and Religion, 1965)
  10. Sister Wolf by Ann Arensberg (First Novel, 1981)
Tags: lists of ten things, reading: books

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