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"Literary Intelligence: Literary Conflict." American Publishers' Circular and Literary Gazette. 6 Mar. 1858: 111-112.
Type: magazine ; Genre: correspondence, literary criticisim, letter to the editor
The editors provide "a portion of the correspondence which has lately appeared in the New York Journals relative to the originality of a story entitled The Diamond Lens, which appeared in the January number of the Atlantic monthly." This correspondence consists mainly of letters from O'Brien himself and Augustus Maverick, concerning whether the story was taken from William North's unpublished manuscript, Microcosmos.
People who Created this Work
- O'Brien, Fitz-James
- Includes several letters from O'Brien to the editors of the Evening Post and the New York Times.