Issue 25 and Volume 1893 13.

MISCELLANEOUS. The fiction in The July Arena is a very notable feature. “The Confessions of a Suicide,”by the well-known author and critic, Coulson Karnahan, is one of the most weird, and in a peculiar way powerful, creations of recent years. Those looking for something out of the ordinary should peruse this extraordinary paper. “The Charities of Dives” is entirely different, and in it Mr. Carman in a most interesting way deals some telling blows against present day injustice. “ Who Broke Up De Meeting,” by Miss Will Allen Dromgoole, lightens the number, it being a charmingly humorous sketch in negro dialect. There are also in this issue many strong papers on political, social, religious and literary subjects, besides the first instalment of the verdict of eminent jurors in the Bacon-Shaktspeare trial. Among those who render opinions in this case in The July Arena are the Marquis of Lome, Dr. Alfred…

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