Scribner's Magazine was an American periodical published by the publishing house of Charles Scribner's Sons from January to May Scribner's Magazine was the second magazine out of the Scribner's firm, after the publication of Scribner's Monthly.
Scribner's Magazine was launched in , and was the first of any magazine to introduce color illustrations. The magazine ceased publication in The magazine contained many engravings by famous artists of the 19th and early 20th centuries, as well as many famous authors of that time, including John Thomason , Elisabeth Woodbridge Morris and Clarence Cook , as well as President Theodore Roosevelt.
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The magazine had high sales when Roosevelt started contributing, reaching over ,, but gradually lost circulation after World War I. Scribner's Magazine was the second periodical publication of the Scribner's firm, after Scribner's Monthly was published from to It was also announced that the editor would be Edward Burlingame, the son of Anson Burlingame , who was already connected to the publishing house as literary adviser.
Charles Scribner also noted that the magazine would not be a revival of the formerly published Scribner's Monthly. The magazine was printed and bound by Trow's Printing and Bookbinding Company. Washburne, the former minister to France.
In May , the magazine's editor, Edward L.
Burlingame, retired and Robert Bridges took over as editor. During the time of , when the United States joined the war, the magazine had four to six articles on the subject. Burlingame, died.
On January the magazine had a change in format, with the first of the newly formatted issue having a cover design by Rockwell Kent. The article was deemed salacious by the public, and Boston police barred the magazine from book stands. Charles Scribner's Sons issued the statement that:.
The very fact that Scribner's Magazine is publishing 'A Farewell to Arms' by Ernest Hemingway is evidence of our belief in its validity and its integrity. Hemingway is one of the finest and most highly regarded of the modern writers.
The ban on the sale of the magazine in Boston is an evidence of the improper use of censorship which bases its objections upon certain passages without taking into account the effect and purpose of the story as a whole. It is the story of a fine and faithful love, born, it is true, out of physical desire.
If good can come from evil, if the fine can grow from the gross, how is a writer effectively to depict the progress of this evolution if he cannot describe the conditions from which the good evolved?
If white is to be contrasted with black, thereby emphasizing its whiteness, the picture cannot be all white. A dispatch from Boston emphasized the fact that the story is not an anti-war argument.
Hemingway set out neither to write a moral tract nor a thesis of any sort. His book is no more anti-war propaganda than are the Kellogg treaties.
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The story will continue to run in Scribner's Magazine. Only one-third of it has as yet been published. In the magazine's editor, Robert Bridges, retired to become a literary adviser for the firm, and associate editor Alfred S.
Deshiell became the "managing editor" of Scribner's Magazine. By January , the magazine had a second change in format, making it much larger.
On October , Harlan D. Logan took over as editor from Alfred S. Dashiell, who went on to edit Reader's Digest. Yet again, on October , the magazine went through a third change of design.
In , the magazine was bought from Charles Scribner's Sons and started to be published by Harlan Logan Associates, who still retained an interest. Scribner's Magazine sold well until its conclusion in The circulation of the magazine went up when Theodore Roosevelt started authoring a section of the magazine.
Around the time, circulation numbers went up to , The magazine had strong sales until the end of the First World War, then sales went down to 70, and then 43, by , which eventually brought the magazine to a closure.
Stead , criticized the magazine for relying too much on its illustrations. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Not to be confused with Scribner's Monthly.
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January—June Scribner's Magazine : 3. Scott New York, NY: G. Putnam's Sons. June 21, Retrieved August 27, James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture.