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Harvard Monthly.

January.

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The first number of Vol. 22 of the Monthly came out yesterday. The contents are as follows:

A Degraded Cut, H. T. Parker.

At the Poor House, Henry Alexander Phillips.

Anderson's Courting, Archer Robinson.

A Suggestion to the English Department, Frederic Atherton.

The Final Balance, Henry Wise Miller.

The Drama of Don Jose Echegaray, Enrique A. Zanetti.

Victor, Robert Steed Dunn.

A Modern Hamlet, A. E. Hancock.

Francis Jeffrey as Critic of Romanticism, William Pepperill Montague, Jr.

Editorial-College Verse.

Book Notices.

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