The rise and fall of early American magazine culture /
"Between the newly canonized novels of the 1790s and the long-familiar novels of the 1820s, early American literary magazines figured themselves as museums, bringing together a multitude of notable content and enabling readers to choose what to consume. A transatlantic literary form that refuse...
University of Illinois Press,
|Series:||History of communication.
|Online Access:||Online version|
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