- Eisenhower and Berlin, 1945: The
Decision to Halt at the Elbe ,
by Stephen E. Ambrose
- The Least One, by Borden
- For Us, the Living, by Mrs.
Medgar Evers and William Peters (Doubleday).
- The Falkners of Mississippi: A Memoir, by Murry
C. Falkner (Louisiana State University Press).
- The Wishing Tree, a story by William
Faulkner (Random House).
- Family Biographies: Brief Portraits
of Some Ancestors and Members of the Higginbotham Family of Pascagoula,
by Jay Higginbotham
- The Pascagoula Indians, by
- The Mutilated, a play by Tennessee
Williams (New York Dramatists Play Service).
- North Toward Home, an autobiography by Willie
- The Beginning, by Patrick
D. Smith (Exposition).
- The States: United They Fell, by Frank
Trippett (World Pub. Co.).
- The Man Who Cried I Am, a novel by John
Alfred Williams (Little, Brown).
- One Arm, and Other Stories, fiction by Tennessee
Williams (New Directions).
Tennessee Williams's play The Two-Character Play produced in London.
Willie Morris becomes editor-in-chief of Harper's magazine, a position he will hold until 1971.
Willie Morris receives a Houghton-Mifflin Company Literary fellowship and the Carr P. Collins Award for North Toward Home.
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