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Pulitzer Prizes

[ (pool-it-suhr, pyooh-lit-suhr) ]
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A series of prizes awarded annually since 1917 for high achievement in American journalism, literature, drama, and music. They were endowed by the newspaper publisher Joseph Pulitzer.

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