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A short john hersey biography describes john hersey's life, times, and work one of his first jobs was working as a secretary for prominent author sinclair lewis for adano (1944), a novel about the us army in italy, won the pulitzer prize visit b&n to buy and rent textbooks, and check out our award-winning tablets. John richard hersey (june 17, 1917–march 24, 1993) was a pulitzer prize- winning author whose reporting of the aftermath of the the article and the book detailed the effects of the bomb on six japanese citizens books about the atomic bombings of hiroshima and nagasaki (listed alphabetically by. Her brilliant novel -- beloved by millions of readers -- is a universal tale of the destiny of man pulitzer prize-winning author john hersey recorded the stories of hiroshima residents shortly after the explosion new york times book review.