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- The National Book Foundation essay on Williams and Augustus includes Harold Augenbraum's discussion of the split award. The New York Times story title refers to the fact that awards in two categories were split, but this was also the first split of the Fiction award, as Augenbraum notes. The Awards occasionally honored two books by one author, which did not split the cash or duplicate the trophy.
- "Augustus; A portrait shaded toward the Stoic by John Williams", John Leo, The New York Times, April 8, 1973.
- "National Book Awards – 1973". National Book Foundation. Retrieved 2012-03-30.
(With essay by Harold Augenbraum from the Awards 60-year anniversary blog. Also with acceptance speech by John Barth and another essay by Augenbraum.)
- "2 Book Awards Split for First Time", Eric Pace, The New York Times, April 11, 1973.
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