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Essay heading: "Not for Publication" Chris Masters- Expository analysis
 
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While this is almost evident in Masters' book, but the fact he did not deliver these stories that seem perfectly fit for ?today's journalism' he attains a kind of benevolence, and consideration for his subjects. As seen in his anonymity, which shows the reader how it is not worth the social and media torment of the journalistic process...
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While this is almost evident in Masters' book, but the fact he did not deliver these stories that seem perfectly fit for ?today's journalism' he attains a kind of benevolence, and consideration for his subjects. As seen in his anonymity, which shows the reader how it is not worth the social and media torment of the journalistic process...
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