How To Write Special Feature Articles eBook

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AN OUTLINE FOR THE ANALYSIS OF SPECIAL FEATURE ARTICLES 2011
INDEX 3691
PART I1
CHAPTER I1
CHAPTER II9
CHAPTER III17
CHAPTER IV26
CHAPTER V34
CHAPTER VI72
TAKING THE SCHOOL TO THE FACTORY78
CHAPTER VII95
SUMMARY BEGINNINGS96
CHAPTER VIII113
CHAPTER IX120
CHAPTER X125
CHAPTER XI132
PART II136
I. SOURCES OF MATERIAL136
III.  PURPOSE136
V. STRUCTURE137
VI.  STYLE137
VII.  TITLES AND HEADLINES137
TEACH CHILDREN LOVE OF ART THROUGH STORY-TELLING138
WHERE GIRLS LEARN TO WIELD SPADE AND HOE139
BOYS IN SEARCH OF JOBS142
GIRLS AND A CAMP145
YOUR PORTER149
BY F. GREGORY HARTSWICK161
SPECIAL FEATURE ARTICLES167
THE NEIGHBORHOOD PLAYHOUSE167
THE SINGULAR STORY OF THE MOSQUITO MAN169
A COUNTY SERVICE STATION173
BY D. H. WILLIAMS173
GUARDING A CITY’S WATER SUPPLY183
BY HENRY J. RICHMOND183
THE OCCUPATION AND EXERCISE CURE186
THE BRENNAN MONO-RAIL CAR195
A NEW POLITICAL WEDGE201
BY INIS H. WEED201
THE JOB LADY210
BY MARY E. TITZEL210
FOUR MEN OF HUMBLE BIRTH HOLD WORLD DESTINY IN THEIR HANDS220
THE CONFESSIONS OF A COLLEGE PROFESSOR’S WIFE221
A PARADISE FOR A PENNY237
WANTED:  A HOME ASSISTANT240
WANTED:  A HOME ASSISTANT240
BY LOUISE F. NELLIS240
SIX YEARS OF TEA ROOMS245
BY PARCEL POST248
SALES WITHOUT SALESMANSHIP254
THE ACCIDENT THAT GAVE US WOOD-PULP PAPER260
BY PARKE F. HANLEY260
CENTENNIAL OF THE FIRST STEAMSHIP TO CROSS THE ATLANTIC263
SEARCHING FOR THE LOST ATLANTIS266
INDEX268
Balance in titles, 179269
Camera, use of, for illustrations, 194269
Definition of special feature article, 4269
Eaton, Walter Prichard, article by; 326269
Factory school, articles on, 102, 107, 115270
Gardiner, A.G., personality sketch of former kaiser by, 166, 167270
Ideals in feature writing, 23, 47270
“Job Lady, The,” 293270
Kaempffert, Waldemar, on scientific subjects, 27270
Label titles, 173271
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Observation, personal, as a source of subjects and material, 28271
“Paradise for a Penny, A,” 326271
Qualifications for feature writing, 14272
“Sales without Salesmanship,” 349272
“Taking the School to the Factory,” 107273
Units in articles, 117273
“Your Porter,” 218273
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HISTORY AND CRITICISM274
ANTHOLOGIES274
PROSE274
THE DRAMA274
HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY275
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