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(1868–1936)

was issued in New York with various subtitles. Its purpose was “a weekly show of political, social, literary, and financial wares.” It was edited for a time by Frank Harris. In 1913 it was purchased by Condé Nast, and until it was absorbed by Vogue (1936), a women's fashion magazine, it was edited as a sophisticated review of contemporary literature, art, and society. It was revived in 1983.

Subjects: Literature.


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