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#1. I think that no matter whether you're Quentin Tarantino or any other kind of a rebel, or whatever, everyone who makes movies still wants to win an Academy Award, because it's like the Pulitzer Prize or the Congressional Medal of Honor. - Author: Robert Osborne
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Robert Osborne
#2. I would like to win the Pulitzer Prize. I would like to win the Nobel Prize. I would like to win a Tony award for the Broadway musical I'm now working on. Aside from these, my aspirations are modest ones. - Author: Evan Hunter
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Evan Hunter
#3. The Pulitzer Prize is an idea; it's a vote of confidence. Like literature, it exists purely in the mind. - Author: Jeffrey Eugenides
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Jeffrey Eugenides
#4. But most of all books (I say again and again) are like the Thirty-Mile Woman from Toni Morrison's Beloved: 'She is a friend of my mind. She gather me, man. The pieces I am, she gather them and give them back to me in all the right order.' ~ Junot Diaz, author of the Pulitzer Prize novel The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao. - Author: Leah Price
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Leah Price
#5. I was born January 6, 1937, eight years after Wall Street crashed and two years before John Steinbeck published The Grapes of Wrath, his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel about the plight of a family during the Great Depression. - Author: Lou Holtz
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Lou Holtz
#6. The great 'New York Times' columnist Dave Anderson famously slept one year in a child's race-car bed. There he was, Pulitzer Prize and all, snoring as his feet dangled over the rear tires of Lightning McQueen. - Author: Willie Geist
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Willie Geist
#7. I was in 27 Broadway plays, and three of them got the Pulitzer Prize. - Author: Dick Van Patten
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Dick Van Patten
#8. Cunningham himself said in an interview in Poz that he couldn't help noticing that as soon as he wrote a novel without a blowjob, they gave him the Pulitzer Prize. - Author: Christopher Bram
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Christopher Bram
#9. My eyes widened at the ball of orange fluff squeezing out from under the counter, blinking and stretching.
I looked again, not believing.
"It's a cat," I said, winning the Pulitzer prize for incredible intellect. - Author: Kim Harrison
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Kim Harrison
#10. I don't believe I can let this subject pass by leaving my own conflicted emotions unconfessed. When Carl Sagan won the Pulitzer Prize for nonfiction in 1978, I dismissed it as a minor achievement for a scientist, scarcely worth listing. When I won the same prize the following year, it wondrously became a major literary award of which scientists should take special note. - Author: Edward O. Wilson
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Edward O. Wilson
#11. So I think that in the beginning of your career you're just looking to work. Luckily for me, my first movie was 'Rabbit Hole' and I got to work with incredible people, a Pulitzer prize winning writer, John Cameron Mitchell, and all the actors involved. So it's tough, man, because you want to have credibility. - Author: Miles Teller
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Miles Teller
#12. This is the funniest book I've ever held in my hands.
Dave Barry, Pulitzer Prize winning humorist and author says about Radical Sabbatical - Author: Dave Barry
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Dave Barry
#13. You see, the world is as big as an elephant or small as a grain of sand, depending on you. You can let it stomp you, gore you, swallow you up. Or you can let it slip into your shell and turn into a pearl." -- Benjamin East - Author: Jonathan Freedman
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Jonathan Freedman
#14. If you found yourself in a situation where you could either save a drowning man, or you could take a Pulitzer prize winning photograph of him drowning, what shutter speed and setting would you use? - Author: Paul Harvey
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Paul Harvey
#15. There was a lull. Sammy was staring across the room at George Opdyke, the three-time Pulitzer Prize winner. I was about to say he was lost in thought, but Sammy was never really lost, and he never actually thought, for that implied deep reflection. He was figuring. Miss Goldblum edged her undernourished white hand into his. Sammy played with it absent-mindedly, like a piece of silverware. - Author: Budd Schulberg
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Budd Schulberg
#16. Choose the beautiful story, with the bright lights, the one where he can hear us," she told him. "That's the true one. Not the scary story, not the sharks." "But isn't it more scary to be utterly alone upon the waters, completely cut off from everyone, no friends, no family, no direction, nothing but a radio for solace?" She touched the side of his face. "That's your story," she said. "You're trying to tell me your story, aren't you?" Jun Do stared at her. "Oh, you poor boy," she said. "You poor little boy. It doesn't have to be that way. Come in off the water, things can be different. You don't need a radio, I'm right here. You don't have to choose the alone." ========== The Orphan Master's Son: A Novel (Pulitzer Prize for Fiction) (Johnson, Adam) - Author: Anonymous
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#17. The thing is, if you make best-sellerdom your goal, you're going to be in trouble. It's a very nice thing to have happen, but if one makes that a goal like, say, a literary writer has the goal of getting the Pulitzer Prize, that's so unpredictable. - Author: Diane Mott Davidson
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Diane Mott Davidson
#18. I need you to do my bow tie. I forget how because I know you never will. Prizes aren't love, but this is love. - Author: Andrew Sean Greer
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Andrew Sean Greer
#19. I'm a four-time Pulitzer Prize winning admirer. I'm also a 16-time Olympic medalist observer (I saw Michael Phelps on TV). - Author: Jarod Kintz
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#20. If you are making money writing, you are doing great. If you can support yourself writing, you are a success. I don't care if you're writing textbooks or Pulitzer Prize-winning articles for weighty publications of world renown: If you're writing and it's paying the bills, consider yourself a successful writer. - Author: Julie Klausner
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Julie Klausner
#21. I knew from experience at the Negro Ensemble Company that it wasn't until there was a place controlled by black artists ... that Pulitzer Prize-winning work like 'Ceremonies in Dark Old Men' and 'A Soldier's Play' came to fruition. - Author: Michael Schultz
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Michael Schultz
#22. Oh, I've become immune to the Booker. I think we need something a little more like the Pulitzer prize, where there isn't this great race. - Author: Ian McEwan
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Ian McEwan
#23. The paper nominated me 12 or 13 times for the Pulitzer Prize. - Author: Robert Scheer
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Robert Scheer
#24. He was bursting with enthusiasms. He probably loved many things: the hawk in flight, the god-damned ocean, full moon, Balzac, bridges, stage plays, the Pulitzer Prize, the piano, the god-damned Bible. - Author: Charles Bukowski
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Charles Bukowski
#25. The Truth the Dead Know

For my Mother, born March 1902, died March 1959
and my Father, born February 1900, died June 1959

Gone, I say and walk from church,
refusing the stiff procession to the grave,
letting the dead ride alone in the hearse.
It is June. I am tired of being brave.

We drive to the Cape. I cultivate
myself where the sun gutters from the sky,
where the sea swings in like an iron gate
and we touch. In another country people die.

My darling, the wind falls in like stones
from the whitehearted water and when we touch
we enter touch entirely. No one's alone.
Men kill for this, or for as much.

And what of the dead? They lie without shoes
in the stone boats. They are more like stone
than the sea would be if it stopped. They refuse
to be blessed, throat, eye and knucklebone.

Anne Sexton was a model who became a confessional poet, writing about intimate aspects of her life, after her doctor suggested that she take up poetry as a form of therapy. She studied under Robert Lowell at Boston University, where Sylvia Plath was one of her classmates. Sexton won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1967, but later committed suicide via carbon monoxide poisoning. Topics she covered in her poems included adultery, masturbation, menstruation, abortion, despair and suicide. - Author: Anne Sexton
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#26. A Pulitzer Prize is awaiting the journalist who can find an American who dies of hunger, and probably the Nobel Prize for literature as well. - Author: Tom Bethell
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Tom Bethell
#27. I did a play called 'Disgraced' in 2012 at Lincoln Center, which ultimately won the Pulitzer Prize. I played the lead character, a Muslim American, who had renounced Islam and became very anti-Islam. - Author: Aasif Mandvi
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Aasif Mandvi
#28. I always say, I'm certain I changed 'Watchmen' less than the Coen brothers changed 'No Country for Old Men.' I'm certain of it. But you don't hear the Cormac McCarthy fans, like, up in arms about it. They should be. It's like an amazing Pulitzer Prize-winning book. - Author: Zack Snyder
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Zack Snyder
#29. Does no one want to know the truth here, Mr. Archer? The real loneliness is living among all these kind of people who only ask one to pretend! - Author: Edith Wharton
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Edith Wharton
#30. Man is conceived in sin and born in corruption and he passeth from the stink of the didie to the stench of the shroud. There is always something
(All The King's Men) - Author: Robert Penn Warren
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Robert Penn Warren
#31. We've been able to watch on our television screens sophisticated weaponry find a building; and we've seen dramatic reports from the front where Pulitzer Prize-to-be winning reporters stood up and declared, the United States is attacked, and all that. - Author: George W. Bush
Pulitzer Prize quotes by George W. Bush
#32. I was challenged to a fistfight by Margo Jefferson, the Pulitzer Prize winner, New York Times writer, who is part of a feminist clique at the Times, which believes that Black men are the principal threat to the women of the world. - Author: Ishmael Reed
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Ishmael Reed
#33. It was my TBR-my TO Be Read stack. The usual subjects were there. Chick lit. Action. A Pulitzer Prize winner. A romance novel about a pirate and a damsel in a low-cut blouse (What? Even vampire enjoys a little bodice ripping now and again.) - Author: Chloe Neill
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Chloe Neill
#34. I made up my mind long ago to follow one cardinal rule in all my writing - to be clear. I have given up all thought of writing poetically or symbolically or experimentally, or in any of the other modes that might (if I were good enough) get me a Pulitzer prize. I would write merely clearly and in this way establish a warm relationship between myself and my readers, and the professional critics - Well, they can do whatever they wish. - Author: Isaac Asimov
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Isaac Asimov
#35. In 1922 everything changed again. The Eskimo pie was invented; James Joyce's Ulysses was printed in Paris; snow fell on Mauna Loa, Hawaii; Babe Ruth signed a three-year contract with the New York Yankees; Eugene O'Neill was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Drama; Frederick Douglass's home was dedicated as a national shrine; former heavyweight champion of the world Jack Johnson invented the wrench ... - Author: Bernice L. McFadden
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Bernice L. McFadden
#36. Some social phobics find even positive attention to be aversive. Think of the young child who bursts into tears when guests sing "Happy Birthday" to her at a party - or of Elfriede Jelinek afraid to pick up her Nobel Prize. Social attention - even positive, supportive attention - activates the neurocircuitry of fear. This makes sense from an evolutionary perspective. Calling positive attention to yourself can incite jealousy or generate new rivalries. - Author: Scott Stossel
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Scott Stossel
#37. There is no great reward for being emotionally withdrawn, no pity prize for bottling your frustration. No one is coming to congratulate your chronic self-repression. By opening up, maybe you will inconvenience some people. Maybe you will trigger some conflict. Maybe you will be rejected, criticized, judged. Everything comes with a price and everything has its compensation. Authenticity may require pain, but it also opens the doors to joy, creativity, self-respect, empathy. Self-repression, on the other hand, costs you all the beauty of the world in exchange for a prison of comfort. Is it really worth it? Isn't it time to break free? - Author: Vironika Tugaleva
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Vironika Tugaleva
#38. When you feel wronged by life, you give yourself permission to have another cookie, or another drink, or another pill, or another sulk. After all you've been through, why deprive yourself anymore? This is a vicious cycle. You keep feeling wronged in order to enjoy more of your consolation prize. - Author: Loretta Graziano Breuning
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Loretta Graziano Breuning
#39. When others' obsessions are not ours, we are sad for them, and we talk of how empty their lives will be if they don't achieve their empty goal: the gymnastics prize, the firm partnership. But there is a monomania in which it is the focus, the sense of transport, that is the real pleasure. - Author: Alice W. Flaherty
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Alice W. Flaherty
#40. To-morrow is that lamp upon the marsh, which a traveller never reacheth;
To-morrow, the rainbow's cup, coveted prize of ignorance;
To-morrow, the shifting anchorage, dangerous trust of manners;
To-morrow, the wrecker's beacon, wily snare of the destroyer.
Reconcile conviction with delay, and To-morrow is a fatal lie;
Frighten resolutions into action, To-morrow is a wholesome truth. - Author: Martin Farquhar Tupper
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Martin Farquhar Tupper
#41. People who thought of my journey as a physical ordeal or an act of courage ... missed the point. Courage and physical endurance were no more than useful items of equipment for me, like facility with languages or immunity to hepatitis. The goal was comprehension, and the only way to comprehend the world was by making myself vulnerable to it so that it could change me. The challenge was to lay myself open to everybody and everything that came my way. The prize was to change and grow big enough to feel one with the whole world. - Author: Ted Simon
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Ted Simon
#42. To want to rule the world is to want to pamper this body. When you don't prize this body, you don't want to rule the world. - Author: Lao-Tzu
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#43. My two Jamaican cousins ... were studying engineering. 'That's where the money is,' Mom advised ... I was to be an engineering major, despite my allergy to science and math ... Those who preceded me at CCNY include the polio vaccine discoverer, Dr. Jonas Salk ... and eight Nobel Prize winners ... In class, I stumbled through math, fumbled through physics, and did reasonably well in, and even enjoyed, geology. All I ever looked forward to was ROTC.
Autobiographical comments on his original reason for going to the City College of New York, where he shortly turned to his military career. - Author: Colin Powell
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Colin Powell
#44. Father says I'm perfect, but would a prince agree if he knew what I was made of? Would he value me for the usefulness of my parts, or for the contents of my heart? Or would he only value me as a prize to slay the monsters in the story? - Author: MarcyKate Connolly
Pulitzer Prize quotes by MarcyKate Connolly
#45. In your room where time stands still
Or moves at your will.
Will you let the morning come soon,
Or will you leave me lying here?

In your favorite darkness,
Your favorite half-light,
Your favorite consciousness,
Your favorite slave.

In your room where souls disappear
Only you exist here.
Will you lead me to your armchair,
Or leave me lying here?

Your favorite innocence,
Your favorite prize,
Your favorite smile,
Your favorite slave.

In your room your burning eyes
Cause flames to arise.
Will you let the fire die down soon,
Or will I always be here?

Your favorite passion,
Your favorite game,
Your favorite mirror,
Your favorite slave.

I'm hanging on your words,
Living on your breath,
Feeling with your skin.
Will I always be here? - Author: Martin L. Gore
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Martin L. Gore
#46. After that I won a prize, I was with a group of ancient music of Spain that they helped me a lot with a grant, you see, during three years. And so I made my debut in 1944 and I found myself helping my family, it was a very poor family. - Author: Victoria De Los Angeles
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Victoria De Los Angeles
#47. Her father's old books were all she could command, and these she wore out with much reading. Inheriting his refined tastes, she found nothing to attract her in the society of the commonplace and often coarse people about her. She tried to like the buxom girls whose one ambition was to "get married," and whose only subjects of conversation were "smart bonnets" and "nice dresses." She tried to believe that the admiration and regard of the bluff young farmers was worth striving for; but when one well-to-do neighbor laid his acres at her feet, she found it impossible to accept for her life's companion a man whose soul was wrapped up in prize cattle and big turnips. - Author: Louisa May Alcott
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Louisa May Alcott
#48. He won't stop the war until you give him the peace prize. - Author: Mohammed Hanif
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Mohammed Hanif
#49. The politicians are no prizes, but the people are even worse, they're so ill-informed. I never understand the pushback when I say people are stupid. - Author: Bill Maher
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Bill Maher
#50. I remember my first moment onstage was at a 4-H contest at the Pratville Junior High School cafeteria auditorium around 1965. I had my first electric, a Silvertone with the amp built into the case, and I won first prize. - Author: Tommy Shaw
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Tommy Shaw
#51. You can't praise what you don't prize. - Author: John Piper
Pulitzer Prize quotes by John Piper
#52. Hutte was always saying that, in the end, we are all "beach men" and that "the sand"--I am quoting his own words-- keeps the traces of our footsteps only a few moment - Author: Patrick Modiano
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#53. I was fortunate enough, after many visits to many wonderful, weird people to come across Burt Rutan, who is a genius in the Mojave Desert. And SpaceShipOne was born and had three flights into space that won something called the X Prize. And from there, we're building SpaceShipTwo, which is ... a beautiful spaceship that is very, very, very nearly completed and will be ready from about next Christmas onwards to start taking people into space. - Author: Richard Branson
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Richard Branson
#54. Normally, I could hit hard enough, as anyone who studied my fights might have known. But the impression was that I was essentially defensive, the very reverse of a killer, the prize fighter who read books, even Shakespeare. - Author: Gene Tunney
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Gene Tunney
#55. Almost as remarkable as the hoax itself, and indicative of the enormous cultural power of its perpetrators, is the fact that the revelation of Rigoberta's mendacity has changed almost nothing. The Nobel committee has already refused to take back her prize, many of the thousands of college courses that make her book a required text for American college students will continue to do so, and the editorial writers of the major press institutions have already defended her falsehoods on the same grounds that supporters of Tawana Brawley's parallel hoax made famous: even if she's lying, she's telling the truth. - Author: David Horowitz
Pulitzer Prize quotes by David Horowitz
#56. The Post-Dispatch will serve no party but the people; be no organ of Republicanism, but the organ of truth; will follow no causes bit its conclusions; will not support the Administration, but criticize it; will oppose all frauds and shams wherever or whatever they are; will advocate principles and ideas rather than prejudices and partisanship. - Author: Joseph Pulitzer
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Joseph Pulitzer
#57. Press toward the goal to win the prize. The mind of the determined person presses their way toward their dreams and destiny! When they get tired, they somehow find that strength. When they get distracted, they somehow become laser focused! When they don't have the money, they somehow get the finances and increase from somewhere! What are you believing God for? Are you willing to press like Paul says in Philippians 3:14 in order to get it? When I've pressed, I've always been blessed! - Author: Melanie Bonita
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Melanie Bonita
#58. When she was chair of the Orange Prize for Fiction in 2010, Daisy Goodwin wrote a controversial essay lamenting the 'unrelenting grimness' of so many novels and pointing out that 'generally great fiction contains light and shade'
not only misery but joy and humor. 'It is time for publishers to stop treating literary fiction as the novelistic equivalent of cod-liver oil: if it's nasty it must be good for you. - Author: Daisy Goodwin
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Daisy Goodwin
#59. I was watching a collection of vintage '80s cereal commercials when I paused to wonder why cereal manufacturers no longer included toy prizes inside every box. It was a tragedy, in my opinion. Another sign that civilization was going straight down the tubes. - Author: Ernest Cline
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Ernest Cline
#60. The book trade invented literary prizes to stimulate sales, not to reward merit. - Author: Michael Moorcock
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Michael Moorcock
#61. The promise of every product and service is a better life. Profits are the prize for delivering on the promise. - Author: Patrick Dixon
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#62. The prize is in the pleasure of finding the thing out, the kick in the discovery, the observation that other people use it [my work]
those are the real things, the honors are unreal to me. - Author: Richard Feynman
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Richard Feynman
#63. I loved my boarding school, but I didn't know what I wanted to do. I didn't have a career. - Author: Lilly Pulitzer
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Lilly Pulitzer
#64. Having read several prize-winning novels, Fancy was confident that she now knew the recipe:
1. Write a simple narrative.
2. Make a long list.
3. Scatter the contents of your list throughout your narrative. - Author: Jaclyn Moriarty
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Jaclyn Moriarty
#65. Right and wrong are superstitions; your desires, however, are real. Those who cannot achieve their desires, or who despair of doing so, often compensate by constructing imaginary frameworks. For example, if you wish to live in a world in which no one exploits animals, it is moralism to judge those who eat meat immoral instead of setting about disabling the animal exploitation industry. People retreat into moralism as a sort of consolation prize, for it is easier to rule in the realm of good and evil, fictitious as it may be, than to come to terms with our limited leverage upon this world and yet persist in endeavoring to change it. - Author: CrimethInc.
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#66. The ones who win usually don't need the prize. - Author: Jake Colsen
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Jake Colsen
#67. Somewhere along the way we've gotten the message that the more we struggle and the more we suffer, the more valuable we will become and the more successful we'll eventually be. And so we overwork ourselves, overschedule ourselves, and become "busier than thou" because we think there's some sort of prize on the other side of the pain we cause ourselves. And you know what? There's no prize. All you get from suffering is more suffering. - Author: Kate Northrup
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Kate Northrup
#68. Far must thy researches go
Wouldst thou learn the world to know;
Thou must tempt the dark abyss
Wouldst thou prove what Being is;
Naught but firmness gains the prize,
Naught but fullness makes us wise,
Buried deep truth e'er lies. - Author: Friedrich Schiller
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Friedrich Schiller
#69. I think a lot of female actors have a real fear of not looking their best. They learn to prize their vanity over a role in which they have to look like a moron. They're worried they'll damage their sex appeal. Thankfully, I have no problem looking like a moron! - Author: Emma Stone
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Emma Stone
#70. I do like Captain Beefheart (Trout Mask Replica is a misunderstood masterpiece!) and I do have two kids but I've never written a prize winning novel called Oh, Bollocks! - Author: Jon Edgell
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Jon Edgell
#71. When you decided to share your dreams with others be aware of discouraging response. Don't try to justify yourself when it happens. Keep calm and keep your eyes on the prize (your dreams). - Author: Euginia Herlihy
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Euginia Herlihy
#72. In one way or another, President Obama's critics will dog him all the way to Oslo for the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony, and even his admirers will continue to have doubts about his accomplishments if not his promise. - Author: Tom Brokaw
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Tom Brokaw
#73. It was probably indecent to think of a corpse as impotent. But he was, very likely. That would be why his wife had taken up with the prize-fighter Red Evans Williams of Castell Goch. - Author: Ford Madox Ford
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#74. With self-denial and economy now, and steady self-exertion by-and-by, and object in life need not fail you. Venture not to complain that such an object is too selfish, too limited, and lacks interest; be content to labout for independence until you have proved, by winning that prize, your right to look higher. But afterwards, is there nothing more for me in life - no true home - nothing to be dearer to me than myself, and by its paramount preciousness, to draw from me better things than I care to culture for myself only? Nothing, at whose feet I can willingly lay down the whole burden of human egotism, and gloriously take up the nobler charge of labouring and living for others? - Author: Charlotte Bronte
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Charlotte Bronte
#75. It's great to win a few prizes early on. It helps a writer to get noticed and to get some sales. It can also be a pain in the arse because it gets in the way of the quiet, contemplative time every writer needs, but which is particularly important when you are a new writer finding your own voice, and pursuing the things that interest you. - Author: Jeanette Winterson
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Jeanette Winterson
#76. There is no other prize in any country that carries the prestige that a Nobel bestows. - Author: Barry Marshall
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Barry Marshall
#77. As an American I am not so shocked that Obama was given the Nobel Peace Prize without any accomplishments to his name, America gave him the White House based on the same credentials. - Author: Newt Gingrich
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Newt Gingrich
#78. I thought maybe I would become a god, or a goddess, or a president or a Nobel Prize winner. - Author: Amelie Nothomb
Pulitzer Prize quotes by Amelie Nothomb
#79. If there is a Nobel prize for dirt and filth, India will win it, no doubt. - Author: Jairam Ramesh
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