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"All the Pulitzer prizes were appropriately bestowed," Robert S. Hillyer, Boylston Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory told the CRIMSON yesterday afternoon.

"Naturally I am most interested in the Poetry award," he continued. "I have long admired the poetry of Marya Zaturensky who won the poetry award for her volume entitled "Cold Morning Sky," and I am pleased to see it get the reception it deserves."

Hillyer believed that the biography award "was a good choice." As for the drama award Hillyer declared "For my part I am glad that "Our Town" won the drama prize instead of "Of Mice and Men" which seems to me overrated."

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