Robert Frost won four Pulitzer prizes, for New Hampshire (1924), Collected Poems (1931), A Further Range (1937), and A Witness Tree (1943).
- What play won the first Pulitzer Prize? Why Marry? by Jesse L. Williams won the first Pulitzer Prize in 1918.
- How many Pulitzer prizes did Eugene O’Neill win? Eugene O'Neill won four Pulitzer prizes, for Beyond the Horizon (1920), Anna Christie (1922), Strange Interlude (1928), and Long Day's Journey into Night (1957).
- How many Pulitzer prizes did Ernest Hemingway win? Ernest Hemingway won one Pulitzer prize, for The Old Man and the Sea (1952).
- Who was known as the Mouth That Roared? Martha Mitchell, wife of Richard M. Nixon's attorney general, John Mitchell, was known as the Mouth That Roared. She was so called for her sometimes outrageous comments on liberals, protesters, reporters, and other…
- What is a doppelganger? Derived from the German words Doppel (double) and Ganger (walker), a doppelganger is the personification of another side of a character's personality. The apparition often represents a demonic side and may herald oncoming…
- Who was the first woman to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature? Selma LagerlOf of Sweden was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1909. She is known for such works as Jerusalem (1901-02), a collection of stories about Swedish peasant life.