• Journalism Papers Editor
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    In old days men had the rack. Now they have the press. That is an improvement certainly. But still it is very bad, and wrong, and demoralizing. Somebody - was it Burke? - called journalism the fourth estate. That was true at the time, no doubt. But at the present moment it really is the only estate. It has eaten up the other three. The Lords Temporal say nothing, the Lords Spiritual have nothing to say, and the House of Commons has nothing to say and says it. We are dominated by Journalism. The...
  • Max Perkins Editor Berg Book
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    Max Perkins: Editor of Genius Max Perkins once wrote to Thomas Wolfe that "[t]here could be nothing so important as a book can be." Perkins lived and died believing this, as A. Scott Berg attests with his book, Max Perkins: Editor of Genius. Berg's book begins by describing a rainy evening in mid-Manhattan where a class of budding editors and publishers awaits the infamous Maxwell Perkins for a discussion on editing. Here Berg reveals Perkins as "unlikely for his profession: he was a terrible sp...
  • Jaqcueline Lee Bouvier Kennedy Onasis
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    Jaqcueline Lee Bouvier Kennedy Onasis Jackie Kennedy was the wife of John F. Kennedy, 35 th president of the United States. Jackie Kennedy was known for her sense of style and elegance. Her second husband, Aristotle Onasis, was one of the wealthiest men in the world. Jackie was of a wealthy and socially prominent family. She studied at Vassar College and George Washington University. She graduated in 1951. For two years she worked as a photographer and a columnist for the Washington Times Heral...
  • The Importance Of Dream
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    The author of the story "Black boy", Richard Wright, expressed the theme, the importance of dream by making readers relate to the situation in "Black Boy."Black Boy" is about this little boy who writes a story and the story's title causes this uproar because it has the word hell in it. " The Voodoo on hell's half acre" is the title of the story. The theme is importance of dream, and this theme relates to the story because the main character had a dream. Stayed with that dream, and he didn't let ...
  • Compare And Contrast Essay
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    Compare and contrast essay. English 320 For my compare and contrast essay, I have decided to compare two magazines in the financial and business world of entrepreneurs. The name of the first magazine is " Small business opportunities" and the second magazine is "Entrepreneurs - Be your own boss " The theme of the first magazine is to highlight, how and what type of businesses to start and make money without putting in much of the hard work. The very first page of the magazine shows an absolute i...
  • Programmer's File Pfe Files Windows
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    Programmer's File Editor 1. 01 Welcome to Programmer's File Editor. This file is the place to start looking at the program: if you " ve not seen PFE before there's a synopsis of its main features; and if you " ve used earlier versions there's some essential information on major changes. Below you " ll find 1. ABSTRACT A brief list of PFE's main features 2. USING AND DISTRIBUTING PFE The terms on which you can use it and pass it on 3. CONTACTING THE AUTHOR How to pass on your criticisms, suggest...
  • Shame Midnight's Children
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    Criticism of Shame Shame, published in 1983, a year before his most famous work The Satanic Verses, presents a fabulist ic account in a country that disturbingly represents Pakistan. Critically, Shame is compared to Midnight's Children because the of its resemblances in themes and style. The idea for Shame, reported interviewer Ronal Hayman in Books and Book men, grew out of Rushdie's interest in the Pakistani concept of sha ram, a word that denotes a hybrid of embarrassment, discomfiture, dece...
  • Pro Choice Letter To The Editor
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    Pro Choice: Letter to the Editor Dear Editor, I believe that the right for a person to chose their own destiny and how they live is a fundamental principle of this country. This principle, along with several others helps to form the fabric of morality and ideas that we live by everyday. When this right is denied to someone by the government, undoubtedly something very wrong. It is such the case with making abortions illegal. By outlawing abortions, you are outlawing a woman's choice for how she ...
  • Marlon Brando Editor 2004
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    Marlon Brando was born on April 3 rd 1924, in Omaha, Nebraska, the third and last child of Dorothy Penne baker Brando and Marlon Brando, Senior. He had two sisters Jocelyn and Frances and was descended from Irish immigrants. In 1935, his parents separated, and his mother moved with her three children to Santa Ana in Orange County, California. Two years later, in 1937, his parents were reconciled again, and the family moved to Libertyville, Illinois, north of Chicago near Lake Michigan. (Bosworth...
  • Herbert Croly In The First Person
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    Herbert Croly I was born on January 23, 1869, in New York. Both my mother and my father were journalists. My father's name is David Croly and my mother's name is Jane Cunningham. Some of my early on goals included graduating from Harvard University, and becoming a well-known journalist, both of which were later achieved. After graduating from Harvard University, I became the editor of Agricultural Record. In 1909, I published the book titled The Promise of American Life. In this book I stressed...
  • Resolving Coworkers Conflicts Editor In Chief
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    Dear S akiko and Edmund, After reviewing both of your letters, I can definitely see that you guys do not get along. You both gave me your opinions of each other and I can see that you both have different views of each other. Hopefully, as your Editor in Chief, I can resolve your differences. Even though the two of you may not be on the same page, you really need to try and give each other respect. Although you guys aren't friends, you are coworkers and you both see each other eight hours a day, ...
  • Emily Edis Amherst Dickinson
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    The EDIS Bulletin, the Society's semiannual newsletter, is seeking a new editor following the resignation of Georgiana Strickland, editor since 1991. The Bulletin, which goes to all members of EDIS as part of membership, is aimed at a broad array of readers, both scholarly and non scholarly, with an interest in Dickinson. It covers the work of contemporary poets and artists influenced by Dickinson; profiles of outstanding Dickinson scholars, past and present; news of the two Dickinson houses in ...
  • Roger Angell Baseball Writing Yorker
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    Throughout his tenure at The New Yorker, Roger Angell has received the reputation as one of the best baseball writers ever, though his contributions to the magazine do not stop there. His family likely influenced his decision to join the magazine as both his mother and step-father worked for The New Yorker. This Harvard graduate began his work at the newspaper in 1962 as an editor, but now mostly writes about his passion: baseball. (Weich) Roger Angell grew up in a less-than-perfect household. H...
  • Jesus Blancornelas Newspaper Drug Mexico
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    Henry Jesus Blancornelas Jesus Blancornelas was born in San Luis Potosi on November 14, 1936. He joined the newspaper business in 1956. He started his career in the sports section of El Sol de San Luis. Through his hard work he successfully became a reporter, city editor and news editor of the Tijuana-based daily newspaper El Mexicano. Later on in his career, he joined the Mexicali daily newspaper La Voz de la Frontera, as sub-editor and was promoted to editor-in-chief. Blancornelas was accused ...
  • The Waterworks Tweed Ring
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    The Waterworks Over the course of the novel, The Waterworks, by E. L. Doctorow, Doctorow uses various comparisons. Both with the charachters and plot, Doctorow uses parallelism to give the reader a deeper sence of the corruption and its eventual downfall, during the post-civil war times in New York. One of the parallels used by Doctorow, is comparing the events of the plot with the events of the more general corruption of the Tweed Ring. Throughout the story, as the plans of Augustus Pemberton ...
  • Essay About Journalism News Skills Editor
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    Journalism, a profession that has started to become a good paymaster in the last five years has expanded over the years from print, audio, video, multimedia to the latest craze internet (Web content manager). Though journalism has its own ethical lapses, majority of journalists do have high ethical standards and are dedicated to their job, which in reality can be termed as a public service. The basic job profile of a journalist can be termed as gathering and presenting news for a wide variety of...
  • Fighting In The Gladiatorial Games Of Ancient Rome
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    Watkins 1 Daniel Watkins Mrs. Caltrider English II July, 7, 2003 Fighting in the Gladiatorial Games of Ancient Rome "The Romans believed that they inherited the practice of gladiatorial games from the Etruscans who used them as part of a funeral ritual. Servants would duel to the death for the right to provide companionship to their owners in eternity" (Roman Civilization 1). The gladiatorial game involved killing one another in close combat. The early Christians interpreted the gladiatorial gam...
  • Editor Read One Day
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    Shy, timid, self-contained as I used to be, I never expected that one day, facing 348 students from 80 different counties, on the stage of! ^0 Global Young Leaders Conference! +/-, I can confidently manage an impromptu speech as long as 7 or 8 minutes. I understand I should thank my school SFL S for providing me an ideal environment of English learning in which I have gained ability to fluently communicate with native speakers. I should thank my parents for leading me the way to form a habit of ...
  • Benito Mussolini Views Beliefs Socialist
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    Benito Benito Mussolini Benito Mussolini Benito Mussolini was born in 1883, and grew up in Predappio, Italy. He was the son of a blacksmith and a schoolteacher, both of whom were socialists, Mussolini naturally adopted their beliefs. These beliefs included anti-war feelings and pacifism, the exact opposite of what his beliefs would later become. As a teenager, he was known to have bragged about being an "antipatriot'. Mussolini became an editor of a Socialist newspaper near his hometown and prin...