2 edition of Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens. found in the catalog.
Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens.
|LC Classifications||PN4874S68 A3 1931b|
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|Pagination||2 v. :|
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1 The Autobiography of Benvenuto Cel-lini, trans. John Addington Symonds (Gar-den City, New York, ), p. 3. 2 The Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens (New York, ). All citations from the Autobiography in my text are to this edi-tion. The Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens the author gives prominence to three of his selves: the personal, the. Justin Kaplan, in full Justin Daniel Kaplan, (born September 5, , New York, New York, U.S.—died March 2, , Cambridge, Massachusetts), American writer, biographer, and book editor who was best known for his acclaimed literary biographies of Mark Twain, Lincoln Steffens, and Walt Whitman and for his editing of the 16th edition of Bartlett’s Familiar Quotations ().
In the spring of , just as it was becoming apparent to all but a few diehards that prosperity was not around the corner, there appeared The Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens, possibly the most influential book of the ’s. His book, Shame of the Cities, took on the corruption of local politics and his coverage of bad business practices on Wall Street helped lead to the creation of the Federal Reserve. Lincoln Steffens was truly a man of his season, and his life reflects his times: impetuous, vital, creative, ed on: Novem
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The Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens book. Read 10 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Rediscover a man Americans turned to not only /5. The first of the muckrakers, in the finest tradition of American journalism. Here, in what The Nation publisher Victor Navasky says ''ought to be assigned reading,'' is the autobiography of one of the world's first celebrity journalists: Lincoln Steffens, a man whose writing was so notorious that President Theodore Roosevelt coined a term for by: The Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens by Lincoln Steffens () Hardcover – January 1, out of 5 stars 8 ratings See all 13 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions/5(8).
The Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens, Vol 2 book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. s/t: Muckraking/Revolution/Seeing America At /5(6). The autobiography of Lincoln Steffens: Abridged (Harbrace modern classics) by Steffens, Lincoln and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens revived its author’s reputation in the United States, and he returned to his native California, where he continued to be involved in leftist activism.
His Autobiography is regarded as a fascinating account of early twentieth-century American politics, enlivened by Steffens’ wit and journalistic skill. Lincoln Steffens, in full Joseph Lincoln Steffens, (born April 6,San Francisco, California, U.S.—died August 9,Carmel, California), American journalist, lecturer, and political philosopher, a leading figure among the writers whom Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens.
book. Pres. Theodore Roosevelt called muckrakers. After attending the University of California, Steffens studied psychology with Wilhelm Wundt in. Cultural Writing. Here is the autobiography of one of the world's first celebrity journalists: Lincoln Steffens (), a man whose writing was so notorious that President Theodore Roosevelt coined a term for it--muckraking.
THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF LINCOLN STEFFENS is the story of a cranky and brilliant reporter with a passion for examining the complex and contradictory conditions that breed /5(2). LINCOLN STEFFENS: A BIOGRAPHY (A TOUCHSTONE BOOK) By Justin Kaplan **Excellent** $ Free shipping.
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When The Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens was first published, it was a surprising commercial success. Produced in two volumes, totaling nearly nine hundred pages, Lincoln Steffens’ story is a. When “The Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens” appeared init was a happy coincidence for Steffens and for the many “confused liberals” who were ripe for conversion to.
The Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens must be read with caution for another reason: At the end of the book, Steffens describes his conviction that the Soviet Union of the early ’s has.
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first edition. (bs). seller inventory # Lincoln Steffens' Early Life. Lincoln Steffens was born on April 6, at the tail end of the Civil War. Steffens' parents were wealthy San Franciscans and, as a result, he grew up very privileged.
The Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens hit the United States at just the right time. Published inafter 2 years of the Great Depression, it chronicled Steffens’s mental journey from oversophisticated intellectual to reformer to revolutionary in a way that struck a deep chord among many people who felt that they should travel the same route.
The Shame of the Cities is a book written by American author Lincoln hed init is a collection of articles which Steffens had written for McClure’s Magazine.
It reports on the workings of corrupt political machines in several major U.S. cities, along with a few efforts to combat : muckraking. Buy The autobiography of Lincoln Steffens Harcourt Brace by Steffens, Lincoln (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(3).
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Top Full text of "The Autobiography Of Lincoln Steffens Volume One" See other formats. Gotham Book Mart (former owner) (Gotham Book Mart Collection copies 1 & 2) Epstein, Stephen (former owner) (Gotham Book Mart Collection copy 2) Penn Chronology: Contributor: Gotham Book Mart Collection (University of Pennsylvania) Other format: Online version: Steffens, Lincoln, Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens.
OCLC: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF LINCOLN STEFFENS is the story of a cranky and brilliant reporter with a passion for examining the complex and contradictory conditions that breed corruption, poverty, and misery. As sch, this books is an antidote to the spin doctors, pundits, and talking heads who discourage us from ever reading past a headline or Author: Lincoln Steffens.I even ploughed through my dad’s massive Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens, the old muckraker, whom most people now would never have heard of.
My dad was a newspaperman, who graduated circa from Ohio State University with a degree in journalism.