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What you just read in that magazine which seems to cause you so much excitement."
"But this isn't that," and Tom picked up the magazine and leafed it to find the article he had been reading.
The "Typhoon" appeared in the early numbers of the Pall Mall Magazine, then under the direction of the late Mr.
Even in 1844, when his literary reputation was established securely, he wrote to a friend expressing his pleasure because a magazine to which he was to contribute had agreed to pay him $20 monthly for two pages of criticism.
During the fifteen years of his literary life Poe was connected with various newspapers and magazines in Richmond, Philadelphia and New York.
"I think it would be nice just to call it Our Magazine," she said.
From the women's pages of the Sunday supplements, and from the women's magazines in the free reading room two blocks away, she gleaned many idess for the preservation of her looks.
There were books and magazines piled up in the window of a stall a few paces down the street.
I admit that I was absorbed by the distant view, so absorbed that I didn't notice then that the motif of the story is almost identical with the motif of "The Lagoon." However, the idea at the back is very different; but the story is mainly made memorable to me by the fact that it was my first contribution to "Blackwood's Magazine" and that it led to my personal acquaintance with Mr.
"I never thought much of that magazine, anyway," said Diana hotly.
"In broad lime-light," he answered, studying the magazine again, "to set eyes on my own once more.
He planned to buy some more clothes, to subscribe to many magazines, and to buy dozens of reference books that at present he was compelled to go to the library to consult.