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|Journalism is literature in a hurry. - Arnold, Matthew Journalism over here is not |
only an obsession but a drawback that cannot be overrated. Politicians are
frightened of the press, and in the same way as bull-fighting has a brutalizing
Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|1941; repr. in Collected Essays, 1961). 13 I don't know jokes; 1 just watch the |
government and report the facts. ... 3 Journalism over here is not only an
obsession but a drawback that cannot be overrated. Politicians are frightened of
the press, ...
|Not only is it tough to make up the costs, but there's also the time you lose going |
out there, plus all your equipment expenses. All of these ... You'd have to,
because you just can't do it over here. Why do ... We're graded like journalists.
The top ...
|Life in the prison camp was hard, marked by boredom and constant hunger that |
was only momentarily relieved by the small ... His foray into journalism not only
helped him pass the time, but also allowed him to provide 142 Edward Humes.
Michael Robertson - 1997 - 253 pages
|Antebellum Boston held "a group of authors as we shall hardly see here again for |
hundreds of years," he wrote. "There was such regard for them and their calling,
not only in good society, but among the extremely well-read people of the whole
intelligent city, as hardly another community has shown. ... "Come over here!
|He swept not only the British but the European Press with his logic and his |
intensity, and the American Press from ocean to ocean responded with
enthusiasm to his point of ... "Hoover sent you over here to lull us into a false
sense of security.
|Collects fifteen essays by masters and new voices in the genre of reportage literature, including memoirs, personal essays, profiles, travel literature, and science and nature writing|
|You can take a little basic journalism over here, a little short story writing over |
there, and go deeper into science fiction if it makes your ... A modest investment
in the short run can provide not only immediate cash flow but also lasting returns.
|You want to play that Fourth Estate role because not only is it a satisfying thing for |
a journalist to play, but an important ... up and slam the table and say, "You
Councilmen are doing wrong," I've got somebody over here who's doing it for me.
|JOURNALISM. By the late 1920s, Flanner and Solano were enjoying precisely |
the kind of life they'd envisioned when they'd moved to Paris. “There's a kind of
gilt on the cage of life over here that is entrancing, delightful,” Flanner said of
living in Europe. ... to allow them to vacation in the south of France periodically.33
By the early 1930s, the New Yorker had become not only a financial success but
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