Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine
Short Fiction Titles
- Emily von Rosenthal–How She Was Spirited Away vol. 45, issue 282 (1839), pp. 490-528
- Karain: A Memory vol. 162, issue 1 (1897), pp. 630-656
- The Land of Suspense: A Story of the Seen and Unseen vol. 161, issue 975 (1897), pp. 131-157
- The Story of Shakrak and the Magician of Constantinople; Being a Subject for a Melo-drama vol. 3 (1818), pp. 258-266
- The Withered Arm vol. 143, issue 867 (1888), pp. 30-48
Originating in Edinburgh, Blackwood's was an incredibly popular literary magazine that ran from 1817–1980. It catered to a conservative, Tory audience. Although it specialized in gothic tales, Blackwood's published a variety of genres.
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