In This Issue
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Religion and Science
"Religion will not regain its old power until it can face change in the same spirit as does science."
On the Trail of the Bad Men
The Pilgrimage of Henry James
A Woman in Wall Street
The Knight-Errant and the Infidel
Other Little Ships
'Let Joy Be Unrefined!'
The Glass Window: The Return of the Quare Women
The Younger Generation in 1840: From the Diary of a New England Boy
The Advance of Architecture
Plant Quarantine: A Footnote to the Discussion
Greek in the Machine Shop
Abd El-Krim and the War in Africa
The German People and Their Lost Colonies
Baiting the Church in France
A Tragedy of Trifles
The Contributors' Column
The Atlantic's Bookshelf
Table-Talk of G. B. S. Conversations on Things in General Between George Bernard Shaw and His Biographer