Literary Journalism in the Twentieth Century (Medill School of Journalism Visions of the American Press)
By: Norman Sims (author), David Abrahamson (general_editor)Paperback
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This wide-ranging collection of critical essays on literary journalism addresses the shifting border between fiction and non-fiction, literature and journalism."Literary Journalism in the Twentieth Century" addresses general and historical issues, explores questions of authorial intent and the status of the territory between literature and journalism, and offers a case study of Mary McCarthy s 1953 piece, "Artists in Uniform," a classic of literary journalism.Sims offers a thought-provoking study of the nature of perception and the truth, as well as issues facing journalism today."
Norman H. Sims is a professor of journalism at the University of Massachusetts, the editor of The Literary Journalists, the author of True Stories, and the coeditor with Mark Kramer of Literary Journalism.
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