The International magazine of literature, art, and science microform.
Harper's new monthly magazine
International miscellany of literature, art, and science
New York : [Stringer & Townsend], 1850-1852.
The International Monthly Magazine devoted space to fiction, poetry, biographical articles, travel, and took a special interest in literary criticism. It was ably edited by Rufus Wilmot Griswold assisted by Charles G. Leland. Many of the English serials were reprinted and a fashion department with illustrations was added in November of 1850. On the whole, it resembled its greatest rival, Harper's Magazine.
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Vol. title pages, issued separately, have title: International monthly magazine of literature, science, and art.
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