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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 09, No. 54, April, 1862   By:

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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 09, No. 54, April, 1862 showcases a diverse range of literary works, essays, and poetry that capture the essence of the era. The collection features thought-provoking pieces that delve into a variety of topics, from politics and society to nature and human emotions. The writing is engaging and skillfully crafted, drawing readers in and keeping them captivated throughout. Overall, this volume is a must-read for anyone interested in exploring the cultural landscape of the 19th century.

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THE

ATLANTIC MONTHLY.

A MAGAZINE OF LITERATURE, ART, AND POLITICS.

VOL. IX. APRIL, 1862. NO. LIV.

LETTER TO A YOUNG CONTRIBUTOR.

My dear young gentleman or young lady, for many are the Cecil Dreemes of literature who superscribe their offered manuscripts with very masculine names in very feminine handwriting, it seems wrong not to meet your accumulated and urgent epistles with one comprehensive reply, thus condensing many private letters into a printed one. And so large a proportion of "Atlantic" readers either might, would, could, or should be "Atlantic" contributors also, that this epistle will be sure of perusal, though Mrs. Stowe remain uncut and the Autocrat go for an hour without readers.

Far from me be the wild expectation that every author will not habitually measure the merits of a periodical by its appreciation of his or her last manuscript. I should as soon ask a young lady not to estimate the management of a ball by her own private luck in respect to partners. But it is worth while at least to point out that in the treatment of every contribution the real interests of editor and writer are absolutely the same, and any antagonism is merely traditional, like the supposed hostility between France and England, or between England and Slavery. No editor can ever afford the rejection of a good thing, and no author the publication of a bad one... Continue reading book >>


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