The Rise and Fall of Early American Magazine Culture

Introduction: the literary museum and the unsettling of the early American novel -- American spectators, tatlers, and guardians: transatlantic periodical culture in the eighteenth century -- The American magazine in the early national ...

The Rise and Fall of Early American Magazine Culture

The Rise and Fall of Early American Magazine Culture

Introduction: the literary museum and the unsettling of the early American novel -- American spectators, tatlers, and guardians: transatlantic periodical culture in the eighteenth century -- The American magazine in the early national period: publishers, printers, and editors -- The American magazine in the early national period: readers, correspondents, and contributors -- The early American magazine in the nineteenth century: Brown, Rowson, and Irving -- Conclusion: what happened next.

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