Starting as devoted to "the higher life of the household" it published more fiction and some poetry from 1904 on.
Contributors included Hardy, Conrad, Wells James, Galsworthy, other major figures; merged with the National Review in 1937. Founded in 1865 by Anthony Trollope and associates, including Walter Bagehot, George Eliot, Frederic Harrison, T. Over the course of time, the sub-title changed to "Exponent of the American Philosophy" and then to "For Philistines and Roycrofters."For its first years a bi-weekly, it became monthly in 1891.
Buchan, Sax Rohmer, (and a poem by Raymond Chandler in 1908).
Began to flourish in the nineties; art by Gibson, Remington, Pyle, Cox; in 20th century, prose by Crane, Schreiner; fiction by Wells, Kipling, Stevenson, Twain, London; bought by Hearst in 1905; combined with Hearst's International 1925-52; published Wodehouse, Shaw, Doyle, Galsworthy, Corelli, Glyn, Beach, Oppenheim; in 30s West, Buck, Hurst, Ferber, Lewis, Christie, Queen, Forester; essays by Shaw, Einstein, Tarbell, FDR,; in 50s fiction by Hemingway, Paul, Hersey, Marquand.
Art by Maxfield Parrish, Frederick Remington, cartoons, strong in photography; fiction by Kipling, Norris, Wister, Wharton, Tarkington, London, Churchill, Wodehouse, Cather, Gale, Rinehart, Marquand; W.
A note about our subject matter and sources: Mass magazines begin at the end of the nineteenth century. Earlier magazines are usually classified on our list as "inter" for intermediate.
We have also received considerable help from Brad Evans at Rutgers, who has added a large number of very small magazines (bibelots) to this list. Has been situated in "the moment of transition to modernism"; edited by Rutter, Ginner, and Gilman.
We hope others will follow Brad's example and send us information about journals published during our time period (1890-1922) that we can add to this list. Poetry by Sassoon, Owen, Rosenberg, the Sitwells, Eliot; criticism by Herbert Read, Aldington; facsimile edition by Frank Cass, London, 1970 (ELM NO.
Rinehart, Zona Gale, Arnold Bennett, Edith Wharton; art by N.
Various subtitles; many major writers, including poets Yeats, E.