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A comprehensive and illuminating survey of literary journalism with both historical and international scope, this anthology is the only one of its ...Show synopsisA comprehensive and illuminating survey of literary journalism with both historical and international scope, this anthology is the only one of its kind. In a series of sparkling readings, Kevin Kerrane and Ben Yagoda trace the evolution of the so-called "new" journalism back to the 18th century.Hide synopsis
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