Harper's Monthly Magazine

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An American periodical founded in 1850 originally for the avowed purpose of reproducing in America the work of distinguished English contributors (including Dickens, Thackeray, and Bulwer‐Lytton). It subsequently became more American in character, publishing work by Melville, Howells, S. O. Jewett, and others. From 1900 to 1925 it was known as Harper's New Monthly Magazine, and subsequently as Harper's Magazine.

Subjects: Literature.

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