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, March 1904 Issue
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Drama of the Month
by F.M. Colby, pp. 19-20 -
The Bookman's Letter Box
, pp. 21-24 -
The American Newspaper
by Harold MacDonald Anderson, pp. 25-41 -
I. The War Correspondent
The Epic Novel and Some Recent Books
by Frederic Taber Cooper, pp. 42-45 -
The Deliverance, by Ellen Glasgow, ...
The Literary Parasite
by Leslie Selleck, pp. 46-50 -
The Southern Woman in New York, Part II
by Julia R. Tutwiler, pp. 51-57 -
The Music Season in New York
by Lewis M. Isaacs, pp. 58-62 -
Nine Books of the Day
, pp. 63-64 -
What English Books Are Known in Japan
by Yoni Noguchi, pp. 76-77 -
His Good Angel
by Virginia Woodward Cloud, pp. 78-82 -
A Pound of Cure
by Duffield Osborne, pp. 83-86 -
The Revelation of Herself, Part V
by Mary Farley Sanborn, pp. 87-99 -
Leaves from the Sketch Book of an Ex-Poet
by Ryan Walker, pp. 100-103 -
Here and There
by H.T.P., p. 104 -
Russian and Japan
The Book Mart
Readers' Guide to Books Received
, pp. 105-108 -
Sales of Books During the Month
, pp. 109-111 -
The Best Selling Books
, p. 112 -
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