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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in New Englander and Yale review. Volume 55, Issue 258, October 1891
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  • The so-called "Labor" Problem, 285-292.
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  • An Untouched Field for Missionary Labor, 292-303.
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  • The two Specially Critical Periods in the Life of the Young, 303-319.
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  • Genung's Job: or "The Epic of the Inner Life", 319-334.
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  • Enthusiasm for the Ministry, 334-351.
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  • Sir Edwin Arnold's "Light of the World", 351-362.
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  • Prayer in a Universe of Law, 362-367.
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  • How Yale Grew to be a National University, 367-380.
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