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The Dial

The Dial was an American magazine of literature, philosophy, and politics, published during the 19th and 20th centuries. (There is a Wikipedia article about this serial.)

Publication History

The Dial was established in 1840 as a Transcendentalist magazine, edited by Margaret Fuller and Ralph Waldo Emerson. It published four volumes in this incarnation, ceasing in 1844. The Dial was revived in 1880, and carried a mix of politics, literature, and criticism under various editors, including Marianne Moore in the late 1920s. No issue copyright renewals were found for this serial. The first copyright-renewed contribution is from February 1927. (More details) The Dial ceased publication in 1929.

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