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The Atlantic Monthly: A Magazine of Literature, Science, Art, and Politics Volume 77 [January - June 1896]

The Atlantic Monthly: A Magazine of Literature, Science, Art, and Politics Volume 77 [January - June 1896]

Condition: Near Fine -

Boston: Houghton Mifflin and Co, 1896. Hardcover. Near Fine -. 860 p.; 24 cm. Half black morocco with gilt-stamped spine title and embellishments; black morocco-grain cloth over boards. Contents include: articles by Agnes Repplier: The Fete de Gayant, and Old Wine and New -- The Children of the Road by Josiah Flynt -- Pirate Gold (in 3 parts) by F. J. Stimson -- the first appearance of two works by Henry James: Glasses, and The Old Things (the latter appeared in book form in 1897 as The Spoils of Poynton) -- The Bibliotaph by Leon H. Vincent -- An Elegy by Louise Imogen Guiniey -- Two New Social Departures by John M. Ludlow [about the foundation of the Industrial Union of Employers and Employed, and the holding of the first International Cooperative Congress] -- articles by G. Stanley Hall and F. W. Atkinson about the responses from 1189 teachers and superintendents to a questionnaire about public school teaching -- articles by Lafcadio Hearn: China and the Western World, and A Trip to Kyoto -- A Son of the Revolution by Octave Thanet (pseudonym of Alice French) -- The first appearance of Pilgrim Station by Mary Hallock Foote (retitled The Maid's Progress when it appeared in a collection of her stories later). A heavy book; for international shipping, it will have to be sent by priority international. In Near Fine- Condition: slightly rubbed; clean and tight.


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