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IN THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY for March, Dr. Holmes definitely opens his " New Portfolio," which is very entertaining. Beside the three serials, there are several papers which are of value to thoughtful readers. The chief of these is a sketch by Clara Barnes Martin, called " The Mother of Turgeneff," which gives a curious account of the early influences which surround the great novelist, and a striking picture of Russian home-life fifty years ago. Two articles, " Time in Shakespeare's Comedies," by Henry A. Clapp, and " The Consolidation of the Colonies," by Brooks Adams, together with a paper called " The Brown-Stone Boy," and a Mexican travel paper, " A Plunge into Summer," by Sylvester Baxter, complete the longer articles of the number. The usual book reviews and short notices, together with the Contributor's Club (which contains a criticism of Mr. Watts's pictures), close this issue. Houghton, Mifflin and Co., Boston.

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