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I am read by journalists, by my fellow-novelists, and by boys; with these, incipit et explicit my vogue.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON - SWANSTON EDITION VOL. 25 (OF 25)ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
Ordinarily, this little retreat was crowded during the intervals between the acts by stock-brokers and journalists.
THE NABOBALPHONSE DAUDET
I shall try to do what I see lady journalists do: interviewing and writing descriptions and trying to remember conversations.
DRACULABRAM STOKER
Artists, men of letters, journalists, and the habitues of the house supped there when they pleased.
UNCONSCIOUS COMEDIANSHONORE DE BALZAC
It is an Ireland which at the present day lives only on the lips of anti-British orators and journalists.
IRELAND AND POLANDTHOMAS WILLIAM ROLLESTON
On the small platform two journalists in dress-coats and soft hats were jotting down the names of the notabilities who passed by.
THE CONQUEST OF ROMEMATILDE SERAO
In after life he jotted down a couple of novels which sold, as the journalists said, "like hot cakes."
THE SECRET GLORYARTHUR MACHEN
Journalists say a thing that they know isn't true, in the hope that if they keep on saying it long enough it will be true.
THE TITLEARNOLD BENNETT
My impression is that the journalists of those days caught at least fourpence by their wares.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOLUME 152, MARCH 21, 1917VARIOUS
One such opinion as Mr. Caird's outweighs a great deal of damnatory praise from ignorant journalists.
GEORGE ELIOT'S LIFE, VOL. II (OF 3)GEORGE ELIOT

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