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The Atlantic Monthly for April is a remarkable number. Its serials by Craddock, Mrs. Oliphant, and Miss Jewett progress well, and Dr. Holmes adds to "The New Portfolio." The papers on Madame Mohl are also continued, and an essay on "Lime in Shakspeare's Plays," by Henry A. Clapp, forms a pendant to a former article. "George Frederick Handel: 1685-1885," by John S. Dwight; "Political Economy and Civil War," by J. Lawrence Laughlin; "Fate Dominant," by F. R. Stockton; "An Unclassified Philosopher," a sketch; and a paper on the sparrow, by Olive Thorne Miller, are the other attractions of the number. There are several poems and book reviews, among the latter one of Gosse's edition of Gray's Works.- Houghton, Mifflin and Co.

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