Designated last week were this year's winners of Pulitzer Prizes for literary merit:
Playwrighting, Eugene O'Neill, now thrice a Pulitzer Prize winner, for his Strange Interlude (TIME, Feb. 13).
Poetry, Edwin Arlington Robinson, also thrice a winner, for his Tristram (TIME, May 23, 1927).
Cartooning, Nelson Harding of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, twice a winner, for his sketch of Colonel Lindbergh's plane casting a cruciform shadow over Mexico, with the title, "May his shadow never grow less."
Novel, Thornton Niven Wilder, for his Bridge of San Luis Rey (TIME, Dec. 5).
History, Vernon Louis Parrington, for his Main Currents in American Thought.
Biography, Charles Edward Russell, for...