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  • Langhorne Clemens Journalism in Tennessee 1586985Sketches by Mark Twain, — Journalism in TennesseeSamuel Langhorne Clemens1879 JOURNALISM IN TENNESSEE
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  • Student's Reference Work (1914) Journalism 81340The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Journalism Journalism, the art of making newspapers, is
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  • How the Other Half Lives (category Journalism)
    New York City slums in the 1880s. It served as a basis for future muckraking journalism by exposing the slums to New York City’s upper and middle-class.
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  • Pulitzer Prizes for journalism  (2009)  by Charles William Young 555658St. Petersburg Times earns two Pulitzer Prizes for journalismCharles William Young2009
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  • Ten Days in a Mad-House (category Journalism)
    Ten Days in a Mad-House  (1887)  by Nellie Bly 1192677Ten Days in a Mad-HouseNellie Bly1887 Chapter I: A Delicate Mission Chapter II: Preparing
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  • 82210Q34190Henry FieldingHenryFieldingFielding,_Henry17071754English novelist, playwright, journalist and poet; Used pseudonym "Scriblerus Secundus"
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  • _Samuel Hopkins18711958American writer, best known for his investigative journalism Average Jones From a Bench in our Square The Great American Fraud (1906)
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  • The Tyranny of Bad Journalism by Gilbert Keith Chesterton 245554The Tyranny of Bad JournalismGilbert Keith Chesterton The amazing decision of the
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  • 4225Q206534Stephen CraneStephenCraneCrane,_Stephen18711900An American writer … he wrote notable works in the Realist tradition as well as early examples
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  • 122193Q183713Pierre Jules Théophile GautierPierre Jules ThéophileGautierGautier,_Pierre Jules ThéophileThéophile Gautier, foto av Félix Nadar.jpg18111872French
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  • CLEVER IDEA Chapter XVI. LOCAL CONTRIBUTORS Chapter XVII. THE PENALTIES OF JOURNALISM Chapter XVIII. OPEN WARFARE Chapter XIX. A MERE MATTER OF REVENGE Chapter
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  • University (1905-09), and professor in the Columbia University School of Journalism (1912-43) Edwin Bissell Holt, Walter Taylor Marvin, William Pepperell
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  • Arthur Sullivan and Charles Dickens. Best remembered today for his music journalism. The Sapphire Necklace The Masque at Kenilworth The Long Day Closes
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  • Author:Grantland Rice (category Sports journalism)
    478545Q458458Grantland RiceGrantlandRiceRice,_Grantland18801954An American sportswriter known for his elegant prose. His writing was published in newspapers
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  • Jumping Frog My Watch — An Instructive Little Tale Political Economy Journalism in Tennessee A Couple of Poems By Twain and Moore To Raise Poultry My
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  • Honoring Mr. David Hawpe (category Journalism)
    Kentucky for decades, Mr. David Hawpe. After 40 years of public service journalism, tough reporting, and insightful analysis as editorial director, he will
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  • Randazza is an attorney specializing in free speech law. He received a BA in journalism from the University of Massachusetts, a Master's Degree in Communications
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  • school of journalism at Columbia University. His own idea as to the object of such a school is set forth in an article, “The College of Journalism,” contributed
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  • 795059Q1045432Carson CistulliCarsonCistulliCistulli,_Carson1979Carson Cistulli is a 21st century American Poet and Journalist • Englished by Diverse
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  • The art and business of journalism, as now understood—taking “journalism” here in the sense of the production of the Journalism. literary contents of a
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