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M. C. Seemüller’s] Opportunity,” The Nation, 5: 449–50. “[William Rounseville Alger’s] The Friendships of Women,” The Nation, 5: 522–23. 1868 January 9 (Thu) 16 “The Story of A Masterpiece [illus. Gaston Fay],” The Galaxy, 5: 5–21. “[William Dean Howells’s] Italian Journeys,” North American Review, 106: 336–39. “The Huguenots in England [reviews of Samuel Smiles’s The Huguenots and Sarah Tytler’s The Huguenot Family in the English Village],” The Nation, 6: 32–33. “Father Lacordaire [review of the English translation of Père Chocarne’s The Inner Life of the Very Reverend Père Lacordaire],” The Nation, 6: 53–55.
Thackeray’s Miss Angel, Mrs. Oliphant’s Whiteladies, Mrs. T. Erskine’s Wyncote, Miss C. Jenkin’s Within an Ace, André Theuriet’s Le Mariage de Gérard, Gustave Droz’s Les Etangs, and L. B. Walford’s Mr. Smith],” The Nation, 21: 201–203. “[T. L. Kington-Oliphant’s] The Duke and the Scholar, and Other Essays,” The Nation, 21: 216. October 7 (Thu) 14 20 21 “Roderick Hudson,” Atlantic Monthly, 36: 385–406. “The Letters of Madame de Sabran,” The Galaxy, 20: 536–46. “Nadal’s Impressions of England [review of E.
April 12 (Thu) “The Works of Epictetus [ed. Thomas Wentworth Higginson, trans. Elizabeth Carter],” North American Review, 102: 599–606. “Victor Hugo’s Last Novel [review of Les Travailleurs de la Mer],” The Nation, 2: 466–68. June 15 (Fri) “A Day of Days,” The Galaxy, 1: 298–312. Summer Henry Jr. spends the summer in a cottage that his father has rented for the family at Swampscott, north of Boston on Massachusetts Bay, reading—especially George Eliot’s Felix Holt—and nursing a renewal of back pain.