Literary journalism across the globe : journalistic traditions and transnational influences / edited by John S. Bak and Bill Reynolds.

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Other Authors: Reynolds, Bill, Bak, John S.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, ©2011.
Series:UPCC book collections on Project MUSE.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / John S. Bak
  • Toward a Theory of International Literary Journalism
  • Literary reportage: the "other" literary journalism / John C. Hartsock
  • Reportage in the U.K.: A Hidden Genre? / Jenny McKay
  • The Edge of Canadian Literary Journalism: The West Coast's Restless Search for Meaning versus Central Canada's Chronicles of the Rich and Powerful / Bill Reynolds
  • The Counter-Coriolis Effect: Contemporary Literary Journalism in a Shrinking World / David Abrahamson
  • The Evolutionary Future of American and International Literary Journalism / Norman Sims
  • Journalistic Traditions. Dutch Literary Journalism: From Pamphlet to Newspaper (ca. 1600/1900) / Clazina Dingemanse and Rutger de Graaf
  • Literary Journalism's Magnetic Pull: Britain's "New" Journalism and the Portuguese at the Fin-de-Siecle / Isabel Soares
  • Literary Journalism in Spain: Past, Present (and Future?) / Sonia Parratt
  • Social Movements and Chinese Literary Reportage / Peiqin Chen
  • Hundred and Twelve Years of Nonfiction Solitude: a Survey of Brazilian Literary Journalism / Edvaldo Pereira Lima
  • Literary Journalism in Twentieth-Century Finland / Maria Lassila-Merisalo
  • Transnational Influences. Riding the Rails with Robin Hyde: Literary Journalism in 1930s New Zealand / Nikki Hessell
  • James Agee's "Continual Awareness," Untold Stories: "Saratoga Springs" and "Havana Cruise" / William Dow
  • Željko Kozinc, the Subversive Reporter: Literary Journalism in Slovenia / Sonja Merljak Zdovc
  • Creditable or Reprehensible? The Literary Journalism of Helen Garner / Willa McDonald
  • Ryszard Kapuściński and the Borders of Documentarism: Toward Exposure without Assumption / Soenke Zehle.