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Excerpt from Steps Into Journalism: Helps and Hints for Young Writers
Charles Dudley Warner's bit of sarcasm, as usual with an epigram or a pearl, has a solid grain at the heart. Most newspaper readers do not realize that, journalism has grown to be a profession requiring every whit as hard study and preparation as medi cine or the law - that it is no easier to become a great editor than to attain distinction as a famous professor. Looked at in the light of this fact, the little that can be learned from the reading of a single book on the subject seems infinitesimal. And so it is, in 'a sense; yet for those who will patiently embody in actual practice the principles and suggestions here set down, the first and most important lessons will already have been learned.
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bound: 248 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 5, 2017)
isbn: 1331644089, 978-1331644088,
weight: 12 ounces (