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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Atlantic monthly. Volume 73, Issue 437, March 1894
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  • Philip and his Wife, 289-306.
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  • Assyrian Arrowheads and Jewish Books, 306-316.
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  • The Fore-Room Rug, 316-324.
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  • On the Upper St. John's, 324-332.
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  • Is the Musical Idea Masculine, 332-339.
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  • Two Strings to his Bow, 339.
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  • At the Concert: A Wagner Number, 339-350.
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  • The City at the End of Things, 350-352.
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  • Charilaos Tricoupis: A Greek Prime Minister, 352-365.
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  • The Sapphic Secret, 365-372.
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  • The Reform of Secondary Education in the United States, 372-384.
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  • His Vanished Star, 384-405.
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  • Scott's Familiar Letters, 405.
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  • Sir Walter Scott: Familiar Letters, 405-409.
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  • The Historical Spirit, 409.
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  • Charles Francis Adams: Massachusetts, its Historians and its History, 409.
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  • Caroline Hazard: Thomas Hazard, Son of Robt., called College Tom, 409-411.
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  • William Root Bliss: The Old Colony Town, and Other Sketches, 411-414.
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  • A New Reading of Leonardo Da Vinci, 414.
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  • Gabriel Seailles: Leonard de Vinci. l'Artiste et le Savant, 414-417.
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  • Comment on New Books, 417-426.
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  • Contributor's Club, 426-432.
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