In This Issue
Explore the September 1916 print edition below. Or to discover more writing from the pages of The Atlantic, browse the full archive.
Has the War Affected the Weather?
In the midst of World War I, a meteorologist considered whether explosions at the front lines were causing extra precipitation.
A Literary Clinic
In a satirical dialogue from 1916, a bibliotherapist detailed how to treat ailing “patients” with tailored book recommendations.
The Contributors' Column--September Atlantic
Joffre: A Portrait in Miniature
War and Human Progress
The Acropolis and Golgotha
Sing Sing: An Evolution
Goodness and Religion
The Mind of Woman
To One 'Ashamed of Being an American'
'Kultur' in American Politics
The Second Year
Brusiloff: Man and General
Men of the Tara
Oh! Let Us Be Joyful!
How Many Monkeys Are You?