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He won a posthumous Pulitzer Prize for his novel A Confederacy of Dunces.
Although he didn’t live to see his extraordinary success, John Kennedy Toole won the Pulitzer Prize for his posthumously published satirical book The Confederacy of Dunces. Widely considered to contain one of the most accurate depictions of New Orleans, the book follows the exploits of the unforgettable eccentric Ignatius Reilly.