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FOREWARD Editorial prefaces to new magazines generally lay great stress on the effort of the directorate, and all concerned, to make the forthcoming periodical popular.…

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TABLE OF CONTENTS No. 1 August 15, 1892 THE PAGAN REVIEW . . . . . . . . . Foreword. W.S. Fanshawe: The Black…

TPR_general_introduction

GENERAL INTRODUCTION  THE PAGAN REVIEW INTRODUCTION TO VOLUME 1 (August 1892) By the time the Saturday Review printed a commentary on the premier issue of The…

Pagan_Review

PAGAN REVIEW  Published by William Sharp from a cottage in Buck’s Green, Sussex, The Pagan Review was issued only once, in August 1892. Using the pseudonym…

The Pagan Review Page

THE SAVOY REVIEWS (Under Construction) Periodicals on both sides of the Atlantic regularly reviewed aesthetic magazines in the 1890s and early years of the twentieth…

TPR_review_saturday_review_sept_1892

From The Saturday Review “The Pagan Review”: Review of The Pagan Review THE Pagan Review is the last new periodical. A certain canniness presides over…

TPR_review_lippincotts_monthly_feb_1893

From Lippincott’s Monthly Magazine “An Organ and a Reform”: Review of The Pagan Review “THE Pagan Review” is the alarming title of a new British…

TPR_review_christian_union_oct_1892

From Christian Union “The Pagan Review”: Review of The Pagan Review This new British publication is but a moderate straw, which indicates the blowing of…