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Pulitzer

Joseph. 1847--1911, US newspaper publisher, born in Hungary. He established the Pulitzer prizes

Pulitzer

awards made in letters, music, and journalism. [Am. Hist.: Wheeler, 824]
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In 1972 the Pullitzer Prize was awarded for a photo of her as a young girl, fleeing naked and screaming from her village, which had just been napalm-bombed by Americans; it is constantly reprinted.
This Tony and Pullitzer prize-winner was famous even before it reached the Broadway stage because the 36-year-old composer-lyricist Jonathan Larson died of an HIV-related illness hours before the public got its first look at his masterwork.
This article explores Lincoln's suspension of individual liberties and the argument on equality Gary Wills puts forth in his Pullitzer prize-winning book Lincoln at Gettysburg to answer an old question in a new way: What was America's new face after the surgery of its bloodiest war?
Attendees also enjoyed a good laugh with Keynote Speaker and Pullitzer Prize winner, Dave Barry, who reflected on the unique aspects of South Florida living.
The Pullitzer Prize photography gallery shows 'the power of the moment,' and the news history gallery runs from the Declaration of Independence to Watergate and on.
He will appear with his 28-year-old actress daughter Emilia in the story based on the novel by Pullitzer Prize-winning author Carol Shields.
Dr Seuss won the 1984 Pullitzer Prize for his contribution to children's literature.
The author of the Pullitzer Prize winning Lonesome Dove (and 20 other novels) admits early on that "any study of Crazy Horse will be, of necessity, an exercise in assumption, conjecture and surmise.
Pullitzer Prize, Nobel Peace Prize, Stars in their Eyes, everything.