The Journal of Arthur Stirling
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First UK edition
|Publisher||D. Appleton & Company (US)
|Media type||Print (hardcover)|
The Journal of Arthur Stirling is a novel by author Upton Sinclair, published in 1903. It is written in a first-person perspective, with the main fictional character being Arthur Stirling. Stirling, unknown poet and writer sets out to write his first poem, The Captive. He begins writing a journal to help him further his work as an artist—the novel being the journal. The novel begins with an introduction by a character who calls himself, "S."; Stirling already dead by suicide, sends S. a copy of the journal, as well as The Captive for him to read. S. explains the production of the novel in a sense of tribute to Stirling.
- "Who Was Arthur Stirling" a 1903 NY times article
- Read, The Journal of Arthur Stirling in its entirety at ManyBooks.net
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