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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in New Englander and Yale review. Volume 51, Issue 234, September 1889
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  • A Study in Heredity: The Pomeroys in America, 161-175.
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  • A so-called Pessimist of the Old Drama: John Webster, 175-189.
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  • Martin Schongauer of Colmar, 189-198.
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  • Lessing and the German Drama, 198-210.
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  • The effect of Color-Law on our Homes - Outside, 210-215.
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  • The Appeal to the Pagan, 215-227.
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  • Puritan Genealogies, 227-235.
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  • Portfolio Papers. Philip Gilbert Hamerton, 235-238.
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  • Sigurd Slembe. Bjornstjerne Bjornson, 238-239.
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  • The Art Amateur, 239-240.
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  • Magazine of Art, 240.
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