Pearl S. Buck International
Founded by Pearl S. Buck, this international humanitarian organization is commited to improving the quality of life and expanding opportunities for children; understanding the values of other cultures; and promoting the need for humanitarianism throughout the world.
In 1938, Pearl S. Buck won the Nobel Prize for literature "for her rich and truly epic descriptions of peasant life in China and for her biographical masterpieces."
The Pulitzer Prize
Pearl S. Buck was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in literature in 1932 for The Good Earth.
Pearl Sydenstricker Buck
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