b. His third Pulitzer, it was revolutionary in both style and length. It is the saga of Everywoman, who ritualistically acts out her roles as daughter, wife, mistress, mother, and platonic friend.
ANSWER: Strange Interlude
c. His fourth Pulitzer, produced posthumously, spans one day in the life of a family, revealing the mother as a defeated drug addict, the father as a man frustrated in his career and a failure as a husband and father, the older son as a bitter alcoholic, and the younger son as a tubercular, disillusioned youth with only the slenderest chance for physical and spiritual survival.