Excerpt from The Young Man and Journalism
The new reporter gets his ﬂing at all of this kind of work. If he has the genuine newspaper spirit he is fascinated by his every experience. He searches the paper eagerly for the bit he has contributed. With a glow of satisfaction he contemplates his little record of a news event standing out in Clear type, and he reads it again with those shivery gusts of emotion some times called the thrill of authorship.
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