Macmillan’s Magazine

According to the Wellesley Index (1824–1900), Andrew Lang contributed the following articles to Macmillan’s:

  1. “Giordano Bruno.” Macmillan’s Magazine 23 (Feb. 1871): 303-09. Signed.
  2. “The Aryan Races of Peru.” Macmillan’s Magazine 27 (Mar. 1873): 424–27. Signed.
  3. “Poetry and Politics.” Macmillan’s Magazine 53 (Dec. 1885): 81–88. Signed.
  4. “The Great Gladstone Myth.” Macmillan’s Magazine 53 (Feb. 1886): 241–45. The Wellesley Index notes that this was reprinted in In the Wrong Paradise, 1886.
  5. “A Century of Books.” Macmillan’s Magazine 53 (Mar. 1886): 377–81.
  6. “Mr. Morris’s Odyssey [of Homer].” Macmillan’s Magazine 56 (June 1887): 130–35.
  7. “The bloody doctor: a bad day on Clearburn.” Macmillan’s Magazine 59 (Jan. 1889): 219–22. Signed. The Wellesley Index notes that this was reprinted in Angling Sketches, 1891.
  8. “The last fight of Joan of Arc.” Macmillan’s Magazine 70 (May 1894): 69–80. Signed.
  9. “The escape of Maria Clementina.” Macmillan’s Magazine 71 (Feb. 1895): 302–10. Signed.
  10. “A cousin of Pickle [Col. John Macdonnell].” Macmillan’s Magazine 78 (June 1898): 113–21. Signed.
  11. “A generation of vipers.” Macmillan’s Magazine 78 (July 1898): 196–204. Signed.
  12. “Who Shot Glenure?” Macmillan’s Magazine 79 (Dec. 1898): 136–144. Signed.
See the MacMillan’s entries on UPENN’s Online Books Page.
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This page was last edited on 22 August 2018.