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1928 Pulitzer Prize

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The following are the Pulitzer Prizes for 1928.

Contents

Journalism awards

  • Public Service:
  • Indianapolis Times, for its work in exposing political corruption to Indiana, prosecuting the guilty and bringing about a more wholesome state of affairs in civil government.
  • Reporting:
  • No award given
  • Editorial Writing:
  • Grover Cleveland Hall of the Montgomery Advertiser, for his editorials against gangsterism, floggings and racial and religious intolerance — "the Advertiser waged war against the resurgent Ku Klux Klan", the paper says today.
  • Editorial Cartooning:
  • Nelson Harding of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, "May His Shadow Never Grow Less."
  • Letters and Drama Awards

  • Novel:
  • The Bridge of San Luis Rey by Thornton Wilder (Boni)
  • Drama:
  • Strange Interlude by Eugene O'Neill (Boni)
  • History:
  • Main Currents in American Thought, 2 vols. by Vernon Louis Parrington (Harcourt)
  • Biography or Autobiography:
  • The American Orchestra and Theodore Thomas by Charles Edward Russell (Doubleday)
  • Poetry:
  • Tristram by Edwin Arlington Robinson (Macmillan)
  • References

    1928 Pulitzer Prize Wikipedia


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