Nineteenth Century

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A monthly review founded in 1877 by J. T. Knowles, which brought together in its pages the most eminent advocates of conflicting views. Among its contributors were T. H. Huxley, Gladstone, Ruskin, B. Webb, W. Morris, Ouida, and Wilde. Tennyson provided a prefatory sonnet for the first issue. When the century of the title ended, the review added to its old title ‘And After’, and changed the whole title to The Twentieth Century in 1951.

Subjects: Literature.

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