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Pulitzer Prize
American English: /ˈpjuːlɪtzərpraɪz/
British English: /ˈpʊlɪtsə/
, /ˈpjuː-/
  • Pulitzer Prize
    Example sentences
    • She was also awarded the Bollingen Prize, the National Book Award, and the Pulitzer Prize for her Collected Poems.
    • Her awards include the Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize and the Pulitzer Prize.
    • The opera played to packed houses and rave reviews in New York and won a Pulitzer Prize for its composer.

Cultural Note: Pulitzer Prize

Un premio de gran prestigio establecido en 1917, por Joseph Pulitzer, director de periódico y editor, que se otorga anualmente por los éxitos más destacados en el mundo del periodismo, la literatura y la música norteamericanos. Cada año se entregan trece premios.

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