Table of contents
1. Introduction: A Sibling Rivalry in American Letters
Part I. Encounters and Critiques
2. The Story and the Truth
3. Encounters with the News
4. Literary Critiques of Journalism
Part II. News of Their Own
Table of contents
1. Introduction: A Brief History of Literature and Journalism in the United States
2. Benjamin Franklin, Literary Journalism, and Finding a National Subject
3. Walt Whitman’s Journalism
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