Condition: Covers show some shelf wear and scuffing. Library stamp on the upper, lower, and fore page edges. Library accession label on the inside front cover. Library stamp on the first page. Except for the library stamps this copy is very clean and looks lightly read.
Dust Jacket: None
Contents: The Fortnightly Review was one of the most prominent and influential magazines in nineteenth-century England. It was founded in 1865 by Anthony Trollope, Frederic Harrison, Edward Spencer Beesly, and six others with an investment of £9,000; the first edition appeared on 15 May 1865. George Henry Lewes, the partner of George Eliot, was its first editor, followed by John Morley.
The print magazine ceased publication in 1954.
This book contains bound-in copies of the magazine from July to December of 1952. Like any literary review this collection contains a myriad of articles on different topics. Please see the photographs of the Contents page to see what is offered.