The Making Of A Muckraker

The Making Of A Muckraker The Making of a Muckraker is worth dropping everything for it should be read from beginning to end without missing a glorious word and never on any account lent to friends Brian Masters Books and B

  • Title: The Making Of A Muckraker
  • Author: Jessica Mitford
  • ISBN: 9780718118303
  • Page: 467
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  • The Making of a Muckraker is worth dropping everything for it should be read from beginning to end, without missing a glorious word, and never on any account lent to friends Brian Masters, Books and BookmenJessica Mitford, once called Queen of the Muckrakers by Time, gives us a collection of her best articles including Let Us Now Appraise Famous Writers, her near The Making of a Muckraker is worth dropping everything for it should be read from beginning to end, without missing a glorious word, and never on any account lent to friends Brian Masters, Books and BookmenJessica Mitford, once called Queen of the Muckrakers by Time, gives us a collection of her best articles including Let Us Now Appraise Famous Writers, her near fatal attack on the Famous Writers school and My Short and Happy Life as a Distinguished Professor, her war against fingerprinting by a Californian university Her comments after each piece give an insight into the after effects of each investigation The introduction to the collection also serves as an excellent primer for reporting Reporting, as she knows, is the best obtainable version of the truth Then she shows us how to get there with grace, wit, cunning, style, imagination and above all a sense of enjoying the journey My favorite Mitford blastse sharp and witty exercises in counter malevolence Clancy Sigal, Listener Her best pieces are a delight becauseMiss Mitford writes as she talks, with and enthusiasm for her subject Robert Chesshyre, Observer.

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    1. i loved everything about this book. meticulously researched, ms. mitford's prose is always polite and always funny. she may be writing exposés, but she never forgets to have fun. more admirable still--her words actually do something while avoiding all sorts of moralizing. after nearly bankrupting a massive writing scam ("Let Us Now Appraise Famous Writers"), she takes on the california university system's practice of fingerprinting employees in "My Short and Happy Life as a Distinguished Profes [...]

    2. Making of Muckraker has almost exactly the same contents as Poison Penmanship: The Gentle Art of Muckraking except for a short Vogue piece contained in this edition. It's worth it to read as a Jessica Mitford completist, but Poison Penmanship is easier to find than Making of a Muckraker. Introductory and afterword material is different, but one version is sufficient to start off with baring any particular enthusiasm for Jessica Mitford.

    3. Very informative, very funny. I do wonder if blowing the lid off of expensive funeral arrangements and overpriced correspondence courses is the height of high-wire muckraking, but time will tell. Strange that an expert in preparation for death had so little interest in ancient Egyptian culture.Ms. Mitford is almost the quintessential success story, with no formal education at all, including primary school. She started writing and publishing in her forties and lays out the book as if it were an i [...]

    4. Lots of fun. Mitford was a burr under the saddle of the establishment and must have been profoundly irritating to her targets. Particularly entertaining about the funeral industry (see The American Way of Death).

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