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Browse items in The Century; a popular quarterly. Volume 26, Issue 2, June 1883
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  • Living English Sculptors, 163-185.
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  • At Teague Poteet's. A Sketch of the Hog Mountain Range, 185-194.
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  • With an Introduction by, 194-195.
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  • On the Training of Children's Voices, 195-198.
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  • Evening, 198.
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  • The Old Tree, 198.
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  • One, 198.
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  • Summer Noon, 198-199.
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  • Father Junipero and his Work, 199-216.
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  • On Severn's Last Sketch of Keats, 216-218.
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  • The Great South Gate, 218-233.
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  • A Woman's Reason, 233-248.
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  • To a Hyacinth, Plucked for Decoration Day, 248-249.
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  • England and Ireland, 249-265.
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  • The Correspondence of Carlyle and Emerson, 265-272.
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  • Yesterday and To-Day, 272-273.
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  • Split Zephyr, 273-288.
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  • The Native Element in American Fiction, 288-299.
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  • Both Sides of the Jury Question. Replies to "Is the Jury System a Failure?", 299-302.
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  • Rejoinder, 302-304.
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  • Dissolving Views, 304-305.
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  • The Present Aspect of the Irish Question, 305-307.
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  • Over-Organized School Systems, 307-308.
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  • Two Rich Men, 308-309.
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  • The Dynamite Policy, 309.
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  • Nathaniel Hawthorne Again, 309-311.
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  • Mr. Cable's Readings, 311-312.
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  • Barnay as "Mark Antony", 312.
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  • Indian Education and Self-Support, 312-315.
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  • The Galloping Horse in Art, 315-317.
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  • "Strangulatus Pro Republica", 317.
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  • Through the Wood, 317-318.
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  • A Horse Race at a Country Fair, 318.
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  • "The Lady or the Tiger?" Or Both?, 318.
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  • The Train, 318-319.
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  • Baboo Lore, 319-320.
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  • Look at Browning, 320-322.
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