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Pulitzer Prize Editorials: America's Best Writing, 1917 - 2003
Wm. David Sloan
Laird B. Anderson
Since Joseph Pulitzer first established a prize for the best editorial in1917, the award's prestige has grown steadily. Today the Pulitzer is acknowledged as the most distinguished prize in journalism. All 87 years of these prize-winning pieces are collected in the updated third edition of Pulitzer Prize Editorials: America's Best Writing, 1917-2003. This book is an impressive anthology that illustrates the evolution of editorial ...
XOXO and collars up!!
I love this book, and wholeheartedly recommended it to my friends. I didn't pay attention to any of the grammatical or spelling errors other reviewers complained about. It's summer reading,for goodness sake! I felt like I was sitting down with lemon drop martinis and gossiping with a friend. My friends are all highly educated people and we certainly don't chat using perfect grammar, and when the ...
Capture the Moment: The Pulitzer Prize Photographs
W.W. Norton & Co.
This book is for any photographer who wants to see what it is truly like to "Capture the Moment." This books not only contains stunning photojournalism pictures, but also the stories that go with each. Together, they provide a real sense of the stories behind the photos. No doubt everyone has seen at least one of these pictures in their lifetime. The raising of the American flag on Iwo ...
Essentially Lilly: A Guide to Colorful Entertaining
Bringing Palm Beach to the Masses
Hold the hot dogs and chips, there's a new backyard barbecue sherriff in town, Palm Beach town that is. This exclusive island is a place where you can actually sport Lilly Pulitzer's outrageously colorful fashions all year round, and still "blend". Inspired by those over the top neon prints, Lilly has created a delightful book that illustrates the lighter side of the island's high society ...
Essentially Lilly: A Guide to Colorful Holidays
Lilly for the HOLIDAYS at her finest!!!!!!
I purchased this for my mother for Christmas, she loves Lilly Pulitzer and her clothing. The illustrations are great, lots of cute quotes and interesting recipes, too. I purchased the Entertaining version last year. I hope she will release a new theme every year.
Pulitzer: A Life in Politics, Print, and Power
James Mcgrath Morris
Far More Than A Biography
I read this book about a month ago and just read the many articulate reviews published here which have detailed what has been covered within the pages of this book. Given that I am probably going to rehash some of the information already provided. This is a remarkable bio even given that it was published during a recent period with more than a fair share of outstanding bios and histories. Based ...
The Prize Pulitzer
Random House Value Publishing
This Pulitzer Isn't Any Prize!
Talk about a lullaby...yawn! The Prize Pulitzer garnered 2 stars from me only because I was able to complete the book. (I award one star ratings for those so boring I can't even finish...which has only occurred once in my life) Ms. Pulitzer seems to try to capture our attention with the shock value of her oppulent, dreadful, twisted life. A life filled with stupidity would more accurately ...
The Pulitzer Prize Collection (13 Books)
A collection of twelve Pulitzer Prize winning books with an active table of contents to help you easily find the book you are looking for. Alice Adams Anna Christie The Americanization of Edward Bok - The Autobiography of a Dutch Boy Fifty Years After The Age of Innocence Cornhuskers A Daughter of the Middle Border The Education of Henry Adams His Family The Life and Letters of Walter H. Page, Volume I The Life and Letters of Walter H. Page, ...
An Absolutely Wonderful Novel
After reading this book for the first time, it became one of my favorites. The tales for each of Russo's characters are wonderfully played out and work together to make one of the best books I've read in a while. This is an excellent book, and although it is a little lengthy, it definitely worth the read. I would absolutely recommend this novel.
THE ROAD - PULITZER PRICE
ALFRED A. KNOPF
No work of fiction has ever emotionally struck me harder than The Road. I have read a ton of books in my life, but this is the only one that physiologically affected me. I had to put the book down after a particularly heavy scene. Everyone should read this book.
Quantum Leap 08: Pulitzer
L. Elizabeth Storm
Absollutly the best Ql novel.
I just recently re-read this book for the 4th time and it brought my close to tears again at the depths of Al and Sam's friendship. While it is not necessary, I would reccommend seeing the folowing epsiodes before reading the book: Starcrossed, M.I.A, The Leap Home, and Vietnam. It will bring more enjoyment to the book. Storm was able to play off these episode emotions throughout the book and ...
Moments: The Pulitzer Prize-Winning Photographs: a Visual Chronicle of Our Time - Revised and Unpdated
Tess Press/Black Dog & Leventhal
Heart-rendering depictions by devoted photojournalists
This book contains the best Pulitzer awarded pictures from its inception since 1942. Most of the photos are in B&W and you begin to realise how much more powerful and appropriate it is to be shot in this medium, as it strips away the epidermi of the scene and reveals the emotional flesh of the moment. Every photo is accompanied with a commentary about how it was made and the situation that ...
Moments: The Pulitzer Prize Photographs
Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers
A great book, and there are others, too
Hal's done a great job of behind-the-scenes reporting for this book. The photos are good, too. But if you want a look at a museum-quality catalogue of these photos, try going to Newseum.org and looking at the online store for their book, The Pulitzer Prize photos...
Medicine, Media, and Morality: Pulitzer Prize-Winning Writings on Health-Related Topics
Krieger Publishing Company
This collection of Pulitzer Prize-winning articles begins with the history of the Pulitzer Prize system and the health-related topics honoured up to 1990. Topics covered include general media questions and ethics, the destinies of national characters and medical aspects of foreign countries.
Pulitzer Prize Feature Stories
Iowa State Press
In this beautifully edited book, Garlock shows everyone his brilliant skills in editing and interviewing some of the best authors of feature stories of our time. Everyone should read this book and be enlightened with wonderful reading material. And we should all be able to learn a little bit from teh professor of knowledge, brilliance... Mr. David Edward Garlock !!!
Now Playing at the Valencia: Pulitzer Prize-Winning Essays on Movies
Simon & Schuster
Movie Criticism at its Best
Hunter's reputation as an elite reviewer is well-deserved as these essays prove. He doesn't suffer fools and he has no interest in being politically correct. Realism is a major tool in this arsenal, which makes him impatient with the dignital tidal wave that struck Hollywood. This was a fun book to read.
Pulitzer's School: Columbia University's School of Journalism, 1903-2003
Columbia University Press
Marking the centennial of the founding of Columbia University's school of journalism, this candid history of the school's evolution is set against the backdrop of the ongoing debate over whether journalism can -- or should -- be taught in America's universities.
A Witness to Genocide: The 1993 Pulitzer Prize-Winning Dispatches on the "Ethnic Cleansing" of Bosnia
Lisa Drew Books
A must for anyone interested in Current Affairs.
This book provides excellent examples and background information about the tragedy that has occurred in Bosnia and is continuing in places such as Kosovo. It also pinpoints the cause of this genocide - The Yugoslav government and the Serbs. It is absolutely necessary for anyone interested in current affairs and the conflict in Bosnia.
Pulitzer Prize Feature Stories: America's Best Writing, 1979 - 2003
As Garlock relates in the preface, ?The quality of the research, reporting and writing of these unique features is stunning. No two are written exactly the same way. But they all hold to one constant: strong emotions and content?powerful, touching, frightening, harrowing journalism.? The rules for winning a Pulitzer Prize in feature writing are simple, yet demanding: the prize is awarded for ?a distinguished example of feature writing giving ...
James Agee's Masterpiece "A Death in the Family" (Winner of the Pulitzer Prize)
Reads Like A Great Play [T]
Often books lose me when they primarily delve with introspection of depression. This book hovers around the extremely unexpected death of a father, brother, son and husband. It is full of depression. Written during the author's twilight years, and posthumously published a few years after his death, the reader must think that the author wondered about the effect his own life would have upon ...
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