[Text: Anonymous, [Review of Graham's Lady's and Gentleman's Magazine for April], New-York Tribune (New York, NY), vol. I, no. 302, March 29, 1842, p. 2, col. 2


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GRAHAM'S LADY'S AND GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE: April, 1842. King & Co., 199 Broadway.

The literary contents of this number are unusually good. With all his errors in judgement, and faults in general spirit and style, E. A. Poe, the Editor of this Magazine, gives to its pages a high value and interest. His criticisms, for ability and fearlessness, are equalled by those of few writers in the country. LOWELL'S Poems, LONGFELLOW'S Poems, and HAWTHORNE'S ‘Twice Told Tales,’ are reviewed somewhat at length, and the editor furnishes also a paper entitled ‘Life in Death.’ — There is a variety of other valuable and entertaining matter, and two splendid engravings, entitled ‘The Wife’ and ‘Return from Hawking.’





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