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Guide to resources to support Journalism 456/673 - Literature in Journalism.
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About This Guide

This guide is designed to provide search strategies and suggestions for using four important sources of literary criticism to support students taking Journalism 456/673:

Please note that depending upon the work you are researching, you may need to use more than one of these resources to locate criticism/interpretation.

Contact the subject specialist for more information on the sources suggested within this guide.


Course Textbook - Available at McKeldin Library Course Reserves

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True Stories - Norman Sims with a foreward by Ted Conover
Call Number: PS366.R44 S56 2007 - Course Reserves
ISBN: 9780810124691
Publication Date: 2008-01-16
Journalism in the twentieth century was marked by the rise of literary journalism. Sims traces more than a century of its history, examining the cultural connections, competing journalistic schools of thought, and innovative writers that have given literary journalism its power. Seminal exmples of the genre provide ample context and background for the study of this style of journalism.

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