WORLD'S FIRST PULITZER WINNERS
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
Who were the world's first Pulitzer winners?
The Pulitzer Prize is an award in
the United States that is regarded the highest national honor in print
journalism, literary achievements, and musical composition. The award is given
by Columbia University in New York City, New York.
The Pulitzer Prize is given in various categories as
defined for 2007 include:
There are six categories in letters and drama,
which include fiction, drama, history, biography, poetry, and general
non-fiction. There is only one prize given for music, which is the Pulitzer
Prize for Music.
However, it all began back in 1917 with the following
Biography: Laura E. Richards, H. Elliott, and
History: Jean Jules Jusserand
Reporting: Herbert B. Swope
In 1921, the first female Pulitzer winner for fiction was
Edith Wharton for the “The Age of Innocence.”
In 1923, the first female Pulitzer winner for poetry was Edna St.
Vincent Millay for “The Ballad of the Harp-Weaver.”
In 1983, the first female Pulitzer winner for
music was Ellen Taafe Zwilich.
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