The Atlantic Monthly The Atlantic Monthly [Vol. 86 No. 517 (November 1900)]
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One issue of the Atlantic Monthly dated November 1900. The Atlantic monthly is a literary journal that publishes assorted writings on a wide range of topics and authors. The articles included in this issue are; "A defense of American Parties" by William Garrott Brown, "The Tory Lover" by Sarah Orne Jeweet, " The Future of Russia" by Edmund Noble, "The Gentian by Grace Richardson, "Edward Fitzgerald" by Bradford Torrey, "Penelope's Irish Experiences" by Kate Douglas Wiggin, "The Struggle for Water in the West" by William E. Smythe, "The Gentle Reader" by Samuel McChord Crothers, "A Letter to John Stuart Mill" by Winthrop More Daniels, "Miranda Harlow's Mortgage" by Henry B. Fuller, "Ill-Gotten Gifts To Colleges" by Vida D. Scudder, "The Prodigal" by Mary Hallock Foote, "An Astronomer's Friendship" by Simon Newcomb, "reading for Boys and Girls" by Everett T. Tomlinson, "Sir Robert Hart" by H.C. Wittlesey, "There Was Once a Woman" by Mary Stewart Cutting, "Out of the Silence Speak!" by Julia C.R. Dorr, "Voyagers" by William Hervey Woods, "When I was A Child" by A.E.F., "The Sleeper" by Clinton Scollard, "I Shall Rise" by Josephine Preston Peabody, "In Paradise" by Constance Grosvernor Alexander, "Roadside Rest" by Arthur Ketchum and "The Contributers' Club." There are also advertisements at both the beginning and end of the periodical.
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