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  • Jim Sheeler, a reporter at The Rocky Mountain News, even spent a year following a “casualty assistance calls officer” whose duty it was to notify the next of kin when a Marine was killed, and his subsequent series won a Pulitzer Prize and was published in book form with photographs.

    The Truth About Grief

  • Therefore, be it resolved that we request him to give his life in book form to the public, that it might furnish an incentive and inspiration to the Young People of the Race.

    Battles and Victories of Allen Allensworth, A. M., Ph. D., Lieutenant-Colonel, Retired, U. S. Army

  • Though he had purchased the copyright, he did not republish the story in a book form till 1870, and then it passed into the world of letters sub silentio.

    Autobiography of Anthony Trollope

  • Under the Moon makes available for the first time in book form reading texts of thirty-eight unpublished early poems by the major modern poet W. B. Yeats.1 They span the crucial period during which Yeats remade himself from the unknown and insecure young student Willie Yeats to the more public literary, cultural, and even political figure W. B. Yeats whom we know today.

    Under The Moon

  • When "A Flat-Iron" ‡ came out in its book form it was dedicated "To my dear Father, and to his sister, my dear Aunt Mary, in memory of their good friend and nurse, E. B., obiit 3 March, 1872, æt. 83"; the loyal devotion and high integrity of Nurse Bundle having been somewhat drawn from the "E. B." alluded to.

    Juliana Horatia Ewing and Her Books

  • When published in book form the Pencillings were considerably toned down, and the proper names were represented by initials, so that people who read them then for the first time wondered what all the excitement had been about.

    Little Memoirs of the Nineteenth Century

  • In October, 1862, Hawthorne published the first of a series of studies from English life and scenery, taken chiefly from his Note-book, and he continued this at intervals until the following summer, when Ticknor & Fields brought them out with some additions in book form as “Our Old Home;” a volume which has already been considered in these pages.

    The Life and Genius of Nathaniel Hawthorne

  • His first contribution to literature was The Bon Gaultier Ballads, written along with W.E. Aytoun (q.v.), full of wit and humour, which still retain their popularity; originally contributed to a magazine, they appeared in book form in 1855.

    A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature

  • In the work "Zeit - und Lebensbilder" (1875) he published in book form

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • “Stickeen,” Mr. Muir's incomparable dog story, came out in book form while we were in Pasadena.

    Our Friend John Burroughs

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