This volume comprises a collection of essays, along with a smattering of short stories and poetry selected from the pages of America’s classic “The Knickerbocker: A New York Monthly Magazine,” published from 1833-1865. This publication, founded with assistance of such noted authors as Washington Irving, was a pillar of the American literary world before the U.S. Civil War changed everything. The first two volumes feature themes of a culinary nature.
Last night I read this interesting essay, “Chivalry and the Crusades,” from the January 1840 issue of “The Knickerbocker” magazine, […]
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Raphael: “Now in a court composed of people who envy everyone else and admire only themselves, if a man should […]