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Browse items in The Century; a popular quarterly. Volume 55, Issue 2, Dec 1897
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  • Merry Christmas in the Tenements, 163-182.
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  • Fritz Von Uhde. A Religious Painter, 182-186.
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  • Good Americans, 186-197.
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  • The Old Year to the New, 197-198.
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  • The Author of "A Visit from St. Nicholas", 198-202.
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  • Old English Masters. Thomas Gainsborough, 202-210.
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  • The Causes of Poverty, 210.
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  • The Tourney's Queen, 210-217.
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  • Rubaiyat of Doc Sifers, 217-225.
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  • Gallops. III. How the Fence-Breakers' League was "Stumped", 225-229.
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  • Gallops. IV. The "Transfigured Pair", 229-232.
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  • Fate, 232-233.
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  • Pat Mullarkey's Reformation, 233-240.
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  • Tennyson and His Friends at Freshwater, 240-268.
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  • A New York Nocturne, 268-269.
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  • Edwin Booth in London, 269-280.
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  • A Ballad of Poverty Row, 280-281.
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  • The Wonderful Morning-Glories of Japan, 281-290.
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  • Hepzibah's Mothering, 290-298.
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  • The Picture of Agnes, 298-303.
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  • Hawthorne in Berkshire, 303-304.
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  • A Little Episode with Youth, 304-310.
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  • Flowers in the Pate, 310-313.
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  • International Relations of the Authors, 313.
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  • Citizenship in the Tenements, 313-314.
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  • "The Century's Prizes" for College Graduates, 314.
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  • Letter-Writing Not a Lost Art, 314-315.
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  • A City's Small Pleasure Grounds, 315-316.
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  • Conscious False Vision, 316-317.
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  • The Repulse of the Confederate Ironclads Near the Dutch Gap, 317.
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  • The Author of "A Visit from St. Nicholas", 317-318.
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  • Miss Scidmore's Articles on Java, 318.
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  • Traitors, 318.
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  • Outlines, 318-319.
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  • Heart to Heart, 319.
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  • O Tempora! O Mores!, 319.
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  • The Wheel in Art, 319-320.
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  • Mere Opinion, 320.
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  • A Fin-De-Siecle Mama, 320.
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  • A Georgia Philosopher, 320.
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