Literary journalism in the twentieth century
This book offers a forum for discussion, involving the reader in what becomes an active definition of literary journalism...Lively and readable, it also concerns the very essence of literature itself, showing how writers have reshaped styles to permit passages across the borders between fact and fiction, in the process investigating what these borders might be, and if they exist at all.
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