‘Young Men's Magazine' (‘Blackwood's Young Men's Magazine’)

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Jonathan Swift (1667—1745) writer and dean of St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin



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A continuation of ‘Branwell's Blackwood's Magazine’, the Glass Town journal modelled on Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine. The 13-year-old Charlotte took over the editorship in August 1829 and changed the name first ...

Subjects: Literary Studies (19th Century).

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