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(1870–81),

literary journal founded by the elder Charles Scribner (1821–71), with J. G. Holland as editor. It was notable for its many departments; for its serials, including the editor's Sevenoaks, Hale's Philip Nolan's Friends, Stockton's Rudder Grange, Harte's Gabriel Conroy, Eggleston's Roxy, and Cable's The Grandissimes; for its short stories by Julian Hawthorne, Constance F. Woolson, and Helen Hunt Jackson; for its essays by C. D. Warner, Burroughs, Muir, Stedman, and W. C. Brownell; and for its poems by R. H. Stoddard, Emma Lazarus, Hayne, Lanier, Irwin Russell, and Joaquin Miller. The magazine was also distinguished for its engravings and typography. Its policies were continued after 1881 in The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine.

Subjects: Literature.


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