Pulitzer Prize

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Named after the American journalist Joseph Pulitzer who initially endowed them, the Pulitzer Prizes are awards given annually by Columbia University since 1917 for exemplary achievements in American journalism, letters, drama, and music. Fourteen prizes are given in journalism, including a gold medal for public service. The prizes in letters are for fiction, history, poetry, biography or autobiography, and general nonfiction. Each prize includes $5,000 paid for by the Pulitzer endowments.

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