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Sinclair Who Won A Pulitzer Prize For Fiction – Crossword Clue

We have all of the known answers for the Sinclair who won a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction crossword clue to help you solve today's puzzle.
Sinclair who won a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction Crossword Clue

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Below is the answer to the Sinclair who won a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction crossword clue. There may be a list of answers as opposed to just one, and that’s because a clue can have a few different answers if the same clue is used in multiple different puzzles over time. If you’re not sure which one is right, double-check the letter count to make sure it fits.

Sinclair Who Won A Pulitzer Prize For Fiction Crossword Answer

The answer to the Sinclair who won a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction crossword clue is:

  • UPTON (5 letters)

The clue and answer(s) above was last seen in the NYT Mini. It can also appear across various crossword publications, including newspapers and websites around the world like the LA Times, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and more.

Sinclair Who Won A Pulitzer Prize For Fiction FAQ

What is UPTON?

Upton Sinclair was an American writer and political activist who was the 1934 Democratic Party nominee for Governor of California who wrote nearly 100 books. He won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1943.

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