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Agni 44; Number Forty-Four

Boston: Boston University, 1996. 254 pp.; a-j; contributor's notes; Ads. Contains Poetry, Fiction, Essays, Reviews, Documents. Poetry by Chinua Achebe, Hayden Carruth, Jane Hirschfield, Alvaro Mutis, Oksana Zabuzhko, James Laughlin, Robert Bly, Marvin Bell, Linda Bamber, Andrew LaBonte, Joshua Weiner, Sue Standing, Joyce Carl Oates, Muar Alsadir, Mark Halliday, Sugawara Katsumi, Claire Malroux, Marilyn Hacker, Dzvinia Orlowsky, and others. Fiction by Jill McCorkle, Michael Franco, Peter Ho Davies. Essays by Wulf D. Rehder, Khaled Mattawa, Joseph Bruchac, Jerzy Jarniewicz, and others. Reviews by Thom Gunn, Kathy Fagan, and others. Documents by Rosanna Warren and Stuart Dischell.. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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The Literary Digest: A weekly compendium of the contemporaneous thought of the world; Vol.XVIII., No. 24. Whole No. 478; June 17, 1899
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The Literary Digest: A weekly compendium of the contemporaneous thought of the world; Vol.XVIII., No. 24. Whole No. 478; June 17, 1899

New York: Funk & Wagnalls Company, 30 Lafayette Place, 1899. pp. 687-716. TOPICS OF THE DAY: A new trial for Dreyfus, Inhumanity of our soldiers denied, Slavery in San Francisco; etc. LETTERS AND ART: Ibsen's 'Ghosts' in New York, Mother Goose according to Whitman, etc., SCIENCE AND INVENTION: Has the germ of cancer been found? How to make colored people white, How old is Niagara; THE RELIGIOUS WORLD: Count Tolstoy on how to read the gospels, etc; FOREIGN TOPICS: Conditions in Spain, Those Anti-imperialistic pamphlets, The Russians in Persia, etc; MISCELLANEOUS: Foreign possibilities of American commerce, Our Mail bag, Personals, More or less pungent, Current events, Chess. Many fascinating advertisments.See bookseller's photos.. Wraps. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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The Literary Digest: A weekly compendium of the contemporaneous thought of the world; Vol.XVIII., No. 9. Whole No. 463; March 4, 1899
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The Literary Digest: A weekly compendium of the contemporaneous thought of the world; Vol.XVIII., No. 9. Whole No. 463; March 4, 1899

New York: Funk & Wagnalls Company, 30 Lafayette Place, 1899. pp. 239-268. TOPICS OF THE DAY: The warring Filipinos, Lord Beresford on the 'Open Door' for China; etc. LETTERS AND ART: More about 'The American rejection of Poe', Was Wagner crazy?, etc., SCIENCE AND INVENTION: Compressed air for horseless vehicles, What are X-rays, A new submarine boat, Ancient glass mirrors, A college reunion by telephone; THE RELIGIOUS WORLD: When were the new testmant books written, etc; FOREIGN TOPICS: The rebellion in the Philippines, Russia and Britain in Afghanistan, Benefits of Militarism, The Sirdar and his Accusers, etc; MISCELLANEOUS: Psychology of conjuring, Foreign possibilities of American commerce, Our Mail bag, Personals, More or less pungent, Current events, Chess. Many fascinating advertisments. Jokes and chess, every issue. See bookseller's photos.. Wraps. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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The Literary Digest: A weekly compendium of the contemporaneous thought of the world; Vol.XVIII., No. 21. Whole No. 475; May 27, 1899
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The Literary Digest: A weekly compendium of the contemporaneous thought of the world; Vol.XVIII., No. 21. Whole No. 475; May 27, 1899

New York: Funk & Wagnalls Company, 30 Lafayette Place, 1899. pp. 597-626. TOPICS OF THE DAY: The disarmament conference, Missouri's blow at the Trusts, etc. LETTERS AND ART: A defense of Tolstor's new novel, Poetry, war, and Mr. Howells, A child-author of the ghetto, SCIENCE AND INVENTION: Death in the flowers, Physiological abnormalities in works of art; THE RELIGIOUS WORLD: What the bible has been made to teach, Fiction in the pulpit, The church and the marriage relation, etc; FOREIGN TOPICS: Dr. Parker's curse for the Sultan, The powers of a French president, etc; MISCELLANEOUS: Foreign possibilities of American commerce, Our Mail bag, Personals, More or less pungent, Current events, Chess. Many fascinating advertisments. See bookseller's photos.. Wraps. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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The Literary Digest: A weekly compendium of the contemporaneous thought of the world; Vol.XVIII., No. 8. Whole No. 462; February 25, 1899
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The Literary Digest: A weekly compendium of the contemporaneous thought of the world; Vol.XVIII., No. 8. Whole No. 462; February 25, 1899

New York: Funk & Wagnalls Company, 30 Lafayette Place, 1899. pp. 209-238. TOPICS OF THE DAY: President Faure and his successor in France; etc. LETTERS AND ART: Scotland's fertility in genius, The white man's versus the brown man's burden, Thackeray in America, etc., SCIENCE AND INVENTION: The climate of cities, The color of the human skin, Electric light from the garbage, Still another air-ship, THE RELIGIOUS WORLD: Did Christ use irony? Did St. Thomas visit America?, FOREIGN TOPICS The Samoan troubles, Decline of German immigration, MISCELLANEOUS: Foreign possibilities of American commerce, Our Mail bag, Personals, More or less pungent, Current events, Chess. Many fascinating advertisments.See bookseller's photos.. Wraps. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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The Literary Digest: A weekly compendium of the contemporaneous thought of the world; Vol.XIX., No. 2. Whole No. 481; July 8, 1899
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The Literary Digest: A weekly compendium of the contemporaneous thought of the world; Vol.XIX., No. 2. Whole No. 481; July 8, 1899

New York: Funk & Wagnalls Company, 30 Lafayette Place, 1899. pp. 31-60. TOPICS OF THE DAY: Recent experiments with alcohol, Pingree and Alger in alliance, Curing tenement-house blight, etc. LETTERS AND ART: Sarah Bernhardt's Hamlet, Zola's new novel--'Fecundité', Some memories of Tennyson, Browning, and George Eliot, SCIENCE AND INVENTION: What is old age?, Music study and nervous disease, Red light as a curative agent, Victorium--Another new element, The disposal of dust; THE RELIGIOUS WORLD: Reincarnation, heredity, and evolution, Women's hats and the higher criticism, Shall the Sunday-school be abolished?, etc; FOREIGN TOPICS: The sale of the Carolines, The Acquittal of Deroulède and Habert, etc; MISCELLANEOUS: Foreign possibilities of American commerce, Our Mail bag, Personals, More or less pungent, Current events, Chess. Many fascinating advertisments. See bookseller's photos.. Wraps. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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The Literary Digest: A weekly compendium of the contemporaneous thought of the world; Vol.XVIII., No. 3. Whole No. 557; January 21, 1899
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The Literary Digest: A weekly compendium of the contemporaneous thought of the world; Vol.XVIII., No. 3. Whole No. 557; January 21, 1899

New York: Funk & Wagnalls Company, 30 Lafayette Place, 1899. pp. 61-90. TOPICS OF THE DAY: Governors on current problems: Theodore Roosevelt, of New York, John Tanner, of Illinois, D. H. Hastings, of Pennsylvania, W. A. Poynter, of Nebraska, John Lind, of Minnesota, W. H. Ellerbee, of South Carolina, James A. Mount, of Indiana, W. E. Stanley, of Kansas; etc. LETTERS AND ART: An English appreciation of Mr. Stephen Crane, Some Ambiguities in Shakespeare's life removed, etc., SCIENCE AND INVENTION: Effect of cider on microbes, The plague of 1660 still dangerous, etc.; THE RELIGIOUS WORLD: Newly discovered birthplace of Buddha, Kissing the bible, etc; FOREIGN TOPICS: Mr. Stead and the Czar's proposal, etc; MISCELLANEOUS: On the 'roof of the world' [mountaineering], etc. Foreign possibilities of American commerce, Our Mail bag, Personals, More or less pungent, Current events, Chess. Many fascinating advertisments.See bookseller's photos.. Wraps. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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