Native American Journalists

Famous quotes containing the words native, american and/or journalists:

    I never see that man without feeling that he is one to become personally attach’d to, for his combination of purest, heartiest tenderness, and native western form of manliness.
    Walt Whitman (1819–1892)

    ... his voice and hands,
    Within whose warm spring rain of loving care
    Each dwells some twenty seconds. Now, dear child,
    What’s wrong, the deep American voice demands,
    And, scarcely pausing, goes into a prayer
    Directing God about this eye, that knee.
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)

    When in public poetry should take off its clothes and wave to the nearest person in sight; it should be seen in the company of thieves and lovers rather than that of journalists and publishers.
    Brian Patten (b. 1946)