Good Words

According to Roger Lancelyn Green and B. Meredith Langstaff, Lang contributed the following articles to Good Words:

“Dickens.” Nov. 1888, pp. 233–37. (BML)

“Charlotte Brontë.” April 1889. (RLG, BML)

“Life in Homer’s Time.” August 1891, pp. 529–35. (RLG, BML)

“Victorian English Literature.” February 1897. (RLG, BML)

Good Words was founded by Alexander Strahan in 1860. Lang’s contributions were made long after the death of the magazine’s first editor, Norman Macleod, in 1872. His brother Donald was editor after Norman Macleod’s death. (DNCJ 254).