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Journalism

Surveying New England's wealth of literary magazines

By Tracy Slater
August 24, 2008

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New England has a leg up on the rest of the nation when it comes to the literati. For one thing, the first literary magazine in the nation was founded here: the North American Review, born in Boston in 1815 in an effort, according to the review, to "rival the leading British magazines." The journal was started by William Tudor ... (Full article: 1402 words)

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