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The Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography, 1972
A discussion on the photograph that won the Pulitzer Prize in Journalism for Feature Photography, 1972.
# 137057 | 750 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Art (Photography)


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The paper describes the 1972 Pulitzer citation accolade under the photograph that reads; "A lone GI in Vietnam captures the loneliness and desolation of war." The paper asserts that it appears to be a deserving photograph for this award, and this is especially true seeing that the photograph was taken during the long, pointless, devastating Vietnam War. The paper relates that the photograph sends a strong anti-war message; war is depressing, hopeless and just plain pointless and wrong.

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"http://www.kennerly.com/portfolio/awards/: This is the photograph that won the Pulitzer Prize in Journalism for Feature Photography, 1972. The Kennerly's 1972 Pulitzer citation accolade under it reads that "A lone GI in Vietnam captures the loneliness and desolation of war." It appears to be a deserving photograph for this award. This is especially true seeing that the photograph was taken during the long, pointless, devastating Vietnam War. The photograph sends a..."

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