PART G: SUPPLEMENTS
The college of Journalism at Columbia collage has presented the Pulitzer Prize because 1917. these days there are prizes in 21 different types from the fields of journalism, literature and tune. The Pulitzer Prize Archive provides the heritage of this award from its beginnings to the current: In elements A to E the awarding of the prize in each one type is documented, commented and organized chronologically. half F covers the historical past of the prize biographically and bibliographically. half G offers the historical past to the choices.
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Selected Poems by Galway Kinnell ... : These wide-ranging poems explore the world in language always exactly fitted to their subjects, and manage to be civilized without sacrificing an iota of reality. They manage also to touch the deepest springs of feeling ... Kinnell produces poems that increase in meaning with each re-reading and make clear his position as one of the major figures in contemporary American poetry. : Wright has emerged as one of the most extraordinary poets we have. In his work, life and language seem to be one and the same; reading his poems, one experiences the simultaneous pleasures of originality and exactitude.
P. 64. John Hohenberg. The Pulitzer Prizes, op. cit .. p. 221. Columbia University, The Pulitzer Prizes, op. , p. 64. Poetry Jury Report, undated (March 1955), pp. 1 f. Columbia University, The Pulitzer Prizes, op. , p. 64. "82 The other juror wrote about this author and her work: "There is one book which speaks with such clarity, authority and difference that its shining quality is immediately recognizable. Elizabeth Bishop's Poems - North and South ... "83 As both juror's came to broadly similar conclusions, the Advisory Board recognized this as a unanimous vote in favor of Elizabeth Bishop's volume and bestowed the Pulitzer Prize on her.
Heart's Needle ... Reading this masterpiece, it occurs to me as a whole that American poetry is still worthy of the regard it has had for many years ... "93 In the other juror's opinion Heart's Needle by W. D. Snodgrass also was the "candidate for the first prize ... I think that there is no doubt," he pointed out, "that Snodgrass is a truly distinguished new poet. With his first volume he establishes himself as one who, experimenting with new subject matter, does not scorn tradition. On the contrary, he puts new vigor into traditional matter.