The Man of Letters as a Man of Business
William Dean Howells
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A brilliant piece by Howells, renowned American author and literary critic. In this essay he critically examines the weak financial state of writers. He argues that presently writers do not earn substantial amount of money from their publication of their books. However, with the increasing popularity of magazines, writers can earn more by the sale of their serial publications to various journals.
- Category: Fiction & Literature
- Published: 11 May 1920
- Publisher: Public Domain
- Print Length: 52 Pages
- Language: English