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    Anduril [#2, Summer 1972] (A4) []
    Issue not indexed.

    The Angel Detective   (about)
    Appears to be another attempt at a hero pulp, but the magazine only lasted for a single issue.

    • Publishers:
      • Manvis Publications, Inc.; 4600 Diversey Avenue, Chicago, IL: The Angel Detective.

    The Anglo-Saxon Review   (about)
    The Anglo-Saxon Review—UK; Jun. 1899-Sep. 1901 (10 issues); John Lane, London; quarterly; hardcover format, circa 250pp, price one guinea (i.e. 21/-); editor Lady Randolph Spencer Churchill; not, as it sounds to modern ears, a journal devoted to Old English, but an opulently-produced miscellany (including fiction) which used the term “Anglo-Saxon” in the Churchillian sense (the editor was Winston’s American-born mother) to denote the English-speaking peoples; an overpriced folly, but it published stories by Henry James, Stephen Crane, George Gissing, H. de Vere Stacpoole, Robert Barr, H. D. Traill /Sullivan, Brit. Lit. Mags. 1837-1913

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