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(1895–97),

little magazine published by Les Jeunes, a San Francisco group of literary aesthetes led by Gelett Burgess, who contributed drawings of Goops” and nonsense verses, including his Purple Cow,” first pastured there. Although influenced by The Chap Book and English fin de siècle magazines, it had no more serious intention than to be gay,” and was stopped because Burgess wanted it to die young and in its full freshness.”

Subjects: Literature.


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