Chronicle of the Pulitzer Prizes for Poetry (Hardcover)
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Joseph Pulitzer had not originally intended to award a prize for poetry. An initiative by the Poetry Society of America provided the initial impetus to establish the prize, first awarded in 1922. The supplement volume chronicles the whole history of how the awards for this category developed, giving an account based mainly on confidential jury protocols from the Pulitzer Prizes office at New York's Columbia University. This volume completes the series "The Pulitzer Prize Archive".