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  1. Whitehead was born in New York City on November 6, 1969, and grew up in Manhattan. He is one of four children of successful entrepreneur parents who owned an executive recruiting firm. As a child in Manhattan, Whitehead went by his first name Arch. He later switched to Chipp, before switching to Colson.

  2. Arch Colson Chipp Whitehead (Nova Iorque, 6 de novembro de 1969) é um romancista americano. É autor de sete romances, incluindo seu trabalho de estreia em 1999, The Intuitionist e The Underground Railroad (2016), pelo qual ganhou o National Book Award de 2016 de Ficção e o Prêmio Pulitzer de 2017 de Ficção ; ele ganhou o ...

  3. 18 de jul. de 2023 · Learn about the author of THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD, CROOK MANIFESTO, and HARLEM SHUFFLE. Find out his upcoming events, reviews, interviews, and contact information.

  4. 18 de jun. de 2024 · Colson Whitehead is an American author known for innovative novels that explore social themes, including racism, while often incorporating fantastical elements. He was the first writer to win a Pulitzer Prize for consecutive books: the historical novels The Underground Railroad (2016) and The Nickel Boys (2019).

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  5. Learn about the life and works of Colson Whitehead, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Underground Railroad and The Nickel Boys. Explore his novels, essays, reviews, awards, and teaching experience.

  6. 21 de out. de 2021 · Sitting in a quiet coffee shop near his Brooklyn home, Whitehead explains that he constructed his new novel so that the story of his modern protagonist, a young black journalist named J. Sutter,...

  7. 14 de set. de 2018 · Colson Whitehead e os caminhos de uma liberdade em curso. Em sua segunda visita ao Brasil, o premiado autor de The Underground Railroad falou ao Le Monde Diplomatique Brasil sobre as cicatrizes da escravidão e o apagamento da história. Taís Ilhéu. 14 de setembro de 2018.

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