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American Little Magazines of the 1890s: A Revolution in Print

Lookup NU author(s): Dr Kirsten MacLeod


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A catalogue to accompany the exhibition, American Little Magazines of the 1890s: A Revolution in Print, held at the Grolier Club in New York City from 20 February to 27 April 2013. The catalogue includes a general introduction discussing the context for the emergence of and the primary types of little magazines as well as full descriptions of the exhibition cases and items under the following topics: The European Origins of American Little Magazines of the 1890s; Aesthetic Little Magazines: The Chap-Book and Its Context; Will Bradley: From Little Magazines to the Big Time; Thomas Mosher and the Little Magazine; Periodicals of Protest: The Philistine and Its Context; Stephen Crane and Little Magazines; Imitators and Pretenders: Other Aesthetic Little Magazines and Periodicals of Protest; Imitators and Pretenders: Small Press and Arts and Crafts Publications; The Lark, Mlle New York, and Other Oddities; The Little Magazine Hall of Fame; The Modernist Legacy

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Author(s): MacLeod K

Publication type: Authored Book

Publication status: In Press

Year: 2013

Number of Pages: 104

Publisher: Bibelot Press

Place Published: Sunderland, UK