The Atlantic Monthly The Atlantic Monthly [Vol. 86 No. 518 (December 1900)]
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One issue of the Atlantic Monthly dated December 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; "Verses" by James Russell Lowell, "The Story of a New England Town" by John Fiske, "War as a Moral Medicine" by Goldwin Smith, "The Tory Lover" by Sarah Orne Jewett, "The Dominance of the Crowd" by Gerald Stanley Lee, "The Bird of Passage: An Ode to Instrumental Music" by Owen Wister, "Washington: The City of Leisure" by A. Maurice Low, "The Mist" by John B. Tabb, "Penelope's Irish Experiences" by Kate Douglas Wiggin, "An Alpine Christmas Play" by E. Martinengo-Cesaresco, "The Watcher by the Threshold" by John Buchan, "Sunrise" by Stuart Sterne, "Art in Language" by Benjamin Ide Wheeler, "A Little Christ at Swanson's" by Florence Wilkinson, "The Maintenance of a Poet' by F. B. Sanborn, "The Day of the Child" by Ellen Boyd Findlay, "New Ideals in Musical Education" by Waldo S. Pratt, " A little Change" by Eliza Orne White, "You Leave No Room TO Mourn" by Hildegarde Hawthorne, "The Best Isthmian Canal" by Henry L Abbot, "William Henry Seward" by Walter Allen, "The Letters of Thomas Edward Brown," and "The Contributers' Club." There is also an index of the Atlantic for Volume 86 for the year of 1900. Also advertisements at both the beginning and end of the periodical.
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