REPUBLIC OF WORDS: The Atlantic Monthly and Its Writers, 1857-1925
In its youth, the Atlantic Monthly became the conscience of the American public and the biggest platform of the nation's flourishing literature, featuring the work of Mark Twain, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Robert Frost, and many others. Here Goodman captures this emerging culture, examining the life of the magazines from its emergence to the 1920s.
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