The Nineteenth Century

According to the Wellesley Index (1824–1900), Andrew Lang contributed the following articles to the Nineteenth Century:

  1. “The comparative study of ghost stories.” Nineteenth Century 17 (Apr. 1885): 623–32.
  2. “Myths and mythologists.” Nineteenth Century 19 (Jan. 1886): 50–65.
  3.  “Egyptian divine myths.” Nineteenth Century 20 (Sep. 1886): 423–40.
  4. “Demeter and the pig.” Nineteenth Century 21 (Apr. 1887): 559–65
  5. Ghost-stories and beast-stories.” Nineteenth Century 37 (Feb. 1895): 258–70
  6. “The false Pucelle,”Nineteenth Century 37 (May 1895): 859-74.
  7. “Are savage gods borrowed from missionaries?” Nineteenth Century 45 (Jan. 1899): 132-44. [The Wellesley Index notes that this article was reprinted with revisions in Magic and Religion (1901) under the title “Theory of Loan Gods.”]

Source:

The Wellesley Index