In This Issue
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The Trail of the Fashion Magazine
An early 20th-century writer pokes fun at the "facial expressionlessness" of models showing off designer clothes.
The Dream of St. Ursula
General Sherman on His Own Record: Some Unpublished Comments
The Indeterminate Sentence
The Creative Listener
Buskins or Slippers?
An Apostle to the Sioux: Bishop Hare of South Dakota
The Bigness of the World
On Carpaccio's Picture: The Dream of St. Ursula
The Farmer's Pedigree
Aristocratic and Democratic Education
The Little Hopping Frog
The Later Philosophy of Maeterlinck
The Pipes of Commerce
The Avian Superstition
The New Burden
The Society for the P. of N. O. of T.