The Atlantic Monthly, devoted to literature, science, art, and politics. January 1867.Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1867 Stock Code: 135578
The January 1867 issue of The Atlantic Monthly, which includes the first appearance in print of three notable works, all published anonymously: Frederick Douglass's An Appeal to Congress for Impartial Suffrage, a plea for equal suffrage between the races in the aftermath of the Civil War; Edmund Clarence Stedman's Pan in Wall Street, a whimsical poem imagining the Greek god Pan visiting Wall Street, where he is eventually removed by a policeman; and Ralph Waldo Emerson's Terminus,a meditative poem on ageing, preceding its publication in the collection May-Day and Other Pieces later that year.
Octavo. Original yellow wrappers, printed in black.
Wear to spine ends, split at foot of front joint, light chipping at wrapper and page extremities, lightly soiled with old subscriber's label to front wrapper, foxed. A good copy.
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