1 edition of London Magazine found in the catalog.
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History of the piano
A town without children
Studies of English poets.
Offences of dishonesty
In need of special care
Indians of the Southwest
16-19 co-ordination with ILEA 1985-86.
Theory and practice in education
American parties and elections.
The Purple Dragon, and other fantasies
Market Street planning project
The rucksack war
Human somatomedins purification and some studies on their biological actions.
From prostitution to social purity
Historical atlas of the Holy Land.
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Since John Lehmann re-launched The London Magazine inwe have aspired to publish the best in contemporary fiction London Magazine book poetry, alongside incisive and erudite essays, features and approach has allowed us to unearth the best emerging writers in the last seven decades, and publish the sort of essays that 19th century The London Magazine contributor.
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(There is a Wikipedia article about this serial.). Publication History. The London Magazine was originally founded in as the "London Magazine, or Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer". The London Review of Books (LRB) is a British literary magazine published twice monthly which features articles and essays on fiction and non-fiction Editor: Mary-Kay Wilmers.
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The arts and culture magazine by KCL students showcasing London and the university. STRAND. The Arts and Culture Magazine. LONDON'S AWARD-WINNING This piece originally appeared in the Strand Magazine's April "The Female Empowerment" Issue.
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From Wordsworth, Shelley and Keats to T. S. Eliot, Sylvia Plath, Dylan Thomas and Doris Lessing, today it remains at the forefront with the best contemporary writing.