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Monthly Magazine

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Monthly Magazine, 1810 (John Adams Library, Boston Public Library)
Monthly Magazine, 1810 (John Adams Library, Boston Public Library)

The Monthly Magazine (1796–1843) of London[1][2] began publication in February 1796.

Contributors

Richard Phillips was the publisher and a contributor on political issues. The editor for the first ten years was a literary jack-of-all-trades, Dr John Aikin.[3] Other contributors included William Blake,[4] Samuel Taylor Coleridge, George Dyer, Henry Neele and Charles Lamb.[3] The magazine also published the earliest fiction by Charles Dickens, the first of what would become Sketches by Boz.[5]

The circulation of the magazine in early 1830s was about 600.[5] From 1839 the magazine was for two years edited by Francis Foster Barham and John Abraham Heraud. Its content in that period has been described by a recent American analyst as "popularizations of post-Kantian philosophy, esoteric mystical commentary, literary effusions, and idealistic calls for child-centered education and communitarian socialism."[6]

See also

References

  1. ^ "ESTC - Search Results". estc.bl.uk.
  2. ^ New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature, v.2. Cambridge University Press, 1971
  3. ^ a b Arthur Sherbo. From the "Monthly Magazine, and British Register": Notes on Milton, Pope, Boyce, Johnson, Sterne, Hawkesworth, and Prior. Studies in Bibliography, Vol. 43 (1990).
  4. ^ Archibald George Blomefield Russell. "The engravings of William Blake". Houghton Mifflin, 1912.
  5. ^ a b Christies Retrieved 9 August 2018.
  6. ^ Charles Capper Associate Professor of History Boston University (7 September 1994). Margaret Fuller: An American Romantic Life Volume I: The Private Years. Oxford University Press. p. 332. ISBN 978-0-19-976234-7. Retrieved 2 April 2013. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

Further reading

Media related to Monthly Magazine (London: 1796-1843) at Wikimedia Commons

  • Monthly Magazine, or, British register. London: Printed for R. Phillips, 1796 onwards.
  • Geoffrey Carnall (1954). "The Monthly Magazine". Review of English Studies. 5 (18): 158–64.
  • Kenneth Curry (1983). "Monthly Magazine, The". In Sullivan, Alvin (ed.). British Literary Magazines: 1789–1836: The Romantic Age. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood. pp. 314–9. ISBN 0313228728.
  • Ward and Waller, eds. Cambridge History of English Literature, vol. 12. G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1916
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