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  1. A-Sailing In
    The Nation, July 26, 1917, p. 87
  2. Along the Paris Quais
    The Century Magazine, May 1901, pp. 42-46
  3. Alsace-Lorraine---To-day and Yesterday
    The Nation, February 1, 1917, pp. 125-126
  4. Americans Fly in France
    The Nation, July 12, 1917, p. 33
  5. Art
    The Degas Sales
    The Nation, June 29, 1918, p. 767
  6. Baudelaire Fifty Years After
    The Nation, October 25, 1917, p. 450
  7. [+]
    The End of a Nobility (Review)
    La Noblesse de France et l'Opinion Publique au XVIIIe Siecle, by Henri Carre
    1. La Noblesse de France et l'Opinion Publique au XVIIIe Siecle by Henri Carre
    The Nation, November 8, 1922, pp. 504-505
  8. The End of Tortoni's
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1894, pp. 751-762
  9. Essential France
    The Nation, March 4, 1915, pp. 243-244
  10. Fallacies Regarding France
    The Nation, February 11, 1915, p. 164
  11. Finis Coloniae
    The Nation, September 6, 1917, p. 242
  12. Foreign Correspondence
    Rouget de L'Isle---Honors to the Author of "The Marseillaise"
    The Nation, August 5, 1915, p. 170
  13. Foreign Correspondence
    One Paris House---A "Misunderstanding"
    The Nation, August 12, 1915, p. 196
  14. Foreign Correspondence
    News-Making Against France---The Question of Absinthe---The Anarchists
    The Nation, August 19, 1915, p. 223
  15. Foreign Correspondence
    The War's Anniversary---Lest We Forget
    The Nation, August 26, 1915, p. 254
  16. Foreign Correspondence
    French Socialism and Peace---Repudiation of the Berne Conference
    The Nation, December 2, 1915, p. 647
  17. Foreign Correspondence
    The Tug of War---French Experts View
    The Nation, December 9, 1915, p. 681
  18. Foreign Correspondence
    France's Colored Troops
    The Nation, December 16, 1915, p. 710
  19. Foreign Correspondence
    A New Field of War---Partant Pour La Syrie
    The Nation, December 23, 1915, p. 739
  20. Foreign Correspondence
    French Argument in American Case---Thus Spake Clausewitz
    The Nation, December 30, 1915, p. 769
  21. Foreign Correspondence
    Paris and Music---A Programme of Good Works---A Criticism of German Music
    The Nation, July 8, 1915, p. 39
  22. Foreign Correspondence
    Elysian Fields of Paris---Relics of Civilization Snatched from Kultur
    The Nation, July 15, 1915, p. 87
  23. Foreign Correspondence
    A War Book of Anatole France
    The Nation, July 22, 1915, pp. 113-114
  24. Foreign Correspondence
    Constitutionality and War---Democracy, Liberty, Neutrality
    The Nation, July 29, 1915, p. 139
  25. Foreign Correspondence
    Mayday in Peace and War---Nationalist Flowers---Count Goluchowski as a Parisian---Ancie...
    The Nation, June 3, 1915, p. 620
  26. Foreign Correspondence
    A French View of German Science---Professor Gautier's Conclusion
    The Nation, June 10, 1915, p. 645
  27. Foreign Correspondence
    French Parliamentary Eloquence and Italy---Paul Deschanel and Prime Minister Viviani
    The Nation, June 17, 1915, p. 675
  28. Foreign Correspondence
    French Homage to America---The Tributes of Noted Men and Women
    The Nation, June 24, 1915, p. 703
  29. Foreign Correspondence
    The Litany for War---Survivals of Old Paris---"La Ville-Lumiere"
    The Nation, May 13, 1915, p. 530
  30. Foreign Correspondence
    The Blossoming of War---Letters of the Dead and Living
    The Nation, May 20, 1915, p. 556
  31. Foreign Correspondence
    France, the Vatican, and Peace
    The Nation, November 11, 1915, p. 565
  32. Foreign Correspondence
    France and Rights of Neutrals---Is There International Law?
    The Nation, November 18, 1915, p. 590
  33. Foreign Correspondence
    L'Union Sacree---A Lesson in Parliamentary Government
    The Nation, November 25, 1915, p. 620
  34. Foreign Correspondence
    The Situation of Alsace-Lorraine---The Complete Failure of Prussianism
    The Nation, October 7, 1915, p. 429
  35. Foreign Correspondence
    United States of Europe---Pooling the Issues
    The Nation, October 14, 1915, p. 457
  36. Foreign Correspondence
    A Submerged People Rises---Letts and Lithuanians
    The Nation, October 21, 1915, p. 489
  37. Foreign Correspondence
    France and the Balkans---Small Investors and Secret Diplomacy
    The Nation, October 28, 1915, p. 513
  38. Foreign Correspondence
    Spirits of War and Pace---Soldiers On Leave of Absence---The Appeal to French Women---P...
    The Nation, September 2, 1915, p. 283
  39. Foreign Correspondence
    Germany in Ante-Bellum France---Peaceful Penetration Versus War
    The Nation, September 9, 1915, p. 308
  40. Foreign Correspondence
    What They Say In Paris
    The Nation, September 16, 1915, p. 351
  41. Foreign Correspondence
    Parliamentary Days in France---Union Sacree
    The Nation, September 23, 1915, p. 378
  42. Foreign Correspondence
    The Fall of the Internationale---Gustave Herve on "Bleating Socialism"
    The Nation, September 30, 1915, p. 403
  43. Foreign Correspondence
    France in Morocco - A First War Settlement
    The Nation, April 6, 1916, p. 378
  44. Foreign Correspondence
    War's Time-Limit---The New Irrepressible Conflict
    The Nation, April 13, 1916, p. 402
  45. Foreign Correspondence
    Germany's New Line of Defence Through France and Belgium
    The Nation, April 20, 1916, p. 431
  46. Foreign Correspondence
    France and the United States---The Light Upon Earth
    The Nation, April 27, 1916, p. 452
  47. Foreign Correspondence
    Organizing Sentiment---Nationalities and Peoples
    The Nation, August 3, 1916, p. 103
  48. Foreign Correspondence
    Impending Preparedness---The Next War
    The Nation, August 10, 1916, p. 125
  49. Foreign Correspondence
    France at the Front---At the Rear
    The Nation, August 17, 1916, p. 148
  50. Foreign Correspondence
    Terms of Peace---What Neutrals Cannot Do
    The Nation, August 24, 1916, p. 171
  51. Foreign Correspondence
    Revival of French Religion---War and the Pope
    The Nation, August 31, 1916, p. 195
  52. Foreign Correspondence
    The Lifesprings of France; What Would Horace Greeley Say Now?
    The Nation, February 3, 1916, p. 128
  53. Foreign Correspondence
    The Press in France---Censorship and Propaganda
    The Nation, February 10, 1916, p. 158
  54. Foreign Correspondence
    A Crisis of Humanity---The Secret of the Masses
    The Nation, February 17, 1916, p. 188
  55. Foreign Correspondence
    France and Switzerland's Neutrality---Duties Versus Rights
    The Nation, February 24, 1916, p. 216
  56. Foreign Correspondence
    The New Year of War---Waiting for the Debacle
    The Nation, January 6, 1916, p. 8
  57. Foreign Correspondence
    The People of France and Peace---What Socialists Vote For
    The Nation, January 13, 1916, p. 39
  58. Foreign Correspondence
    France and Imperial Islam---In the Track of Cambyses
    The Nation, January 20, 1916, p. 69
  59. Foreign Correspondence
    France and Neutral Spain; King, Carlists, Clergy, and Republicans
    The Nation, January 27, 1916, p. 97
  60. Foreign Correspondence
    Free Belgium---Through the Clouds of War
    The Nation, July 6, 1916, p. 8
  61. Foreign Correspondence
    The New Map of Europe---Allies and Neutrals
    The Nation, July 13, 1916, p. 30
  62. Foreign Correspondence
    War Results Won---France and Italy
    The Nation, July 20, 1916, p. 55
  63. Foreign Correspondence
    Two Democracies---French Feeling Towards Americans
    The Nation, June 1, 1916, p. 586
  64. Foreign Correspondence
    The Behavior of War-Criticism Among Allies
    The Nation, June 8, 1916, p. 614
  65. Foreign Correspondence
    Prophesying of Peace-Terms and Conditions
    The Nation, June 15, 1916, p. 639
  66. Foreign Correspondence
    The Port of Marseilles---Lessons of War and peace
    The Nation, June 22, 1916, p. 665
  67. Foreign Correspondence
    Gallient's Dead March---The Land Whose Hearths He Saved from Shame
    The Nation, June 29, 1916, p. 691
  68. Foreign Correspondence
    The Opposition in France---Senator Clemenceau and President Wilson
    The Nation, March 2, 1916, p. 246
  69. Foreign Correspondence
    Amreica's Opportunity---France's Need
    The Nation, March 9, 1916, p. 274
  70. Foreign Correspondence
    Armenia and French Military History---in the Track of Xenophon
    The Nation, March 16, 1916, p. 305
  71. Foreign Correspondence
    Verdun and Civilization---The Crossing of the Ways
    The Nation, March 23, 1916, p. 330
  72. Foreign Correspondence
    Two Methods of War-Making---Kronprinz and Gen. Joffre
    The Nation, March 30, 1916, p. 351
  73. Foreign Correspondence
    Inter-Ally Conferences---What Is Unity of Action?
    The Nation, May 4, 1916, p. 474
  74. Foreign Correspondence
    The Results of the War-Woman and Workmen
    The Nation, May 11, 1916, p. 513
  75. Foreign Correspondence
    America's Summons---French Impressions
    The Nation, May 18, 1916, p. 538
  76. Foreign Correspondence
    France and Neutrals---A Previous Question
    The Nation, May 25, 1916, p. 564
  77. Foreign Correspondence
    Spying Out the Land---Photography Aiming Big Guns
    The Nation, November 9, 1916, p. 439
  78. Foreign Correspondence
    The Right of War and Peace
    The Nation, November 23, 1916, p. 482
  79. Foreign Correspondence
    From the Women of France---The Attitude Towards Peace
    The Nation, October 5, 1916, p. 318
  80. Foreign Correspondence
    Resurrection of France and Belgium---Germany's Servitudes
    The Nation, October 26, 1916, p. 393
  81. Foreign Correspondence
    Vae Victis---Berlin Professors, Jaures's Internationale, Formula for Neutrals
    The Nation, September 7, 1916, p. 216
  82. Foreign Correspondence
    The Dying of Internationalism
    The Nation, September 14, 1916, p. 254
  83. Foreign Correspondence
    Unity of Action, Unity of Front---One Battle, One Enemy
    The Nation, September 21, 1916, p. 274
  84. Foreign Correspondence
    The Dividing-Up of Europe---International, Neutral, Co-Operative, Federal
    The Nation, September 28, 1916, p. 298
  85. Foreign Correspondence
    III. Goncourt Literature
    The Nation, April 18, 1918, p. 477
  86. Foreign Correspondence
    I. The Attitude of French Labor
    The Nation, December 14, 1918, p. 727
  87. Foreign Correspondence
    II. War's Second Nature
    The Nation, July 6, 1918, pp. 12-13
  88. Four French Adventurers (1914)
  89. France After the War
    The Nation, April 1, 1915, p. 351
  90. France Under Fire
    The Nation, March 18, 1915, p. 299
  91. A French Newspaper Carlyle
    The Nation, March 29, 1917, p. 364
  92. A French Poet of Summer
    The Nation, August 12, 1915, p. 198
  93. A French Poet of Yesterday
    The Nation, July 1, 1915, pp. 10-11
  94. A French Soldier Poet
    The Nation, January 31, 1918, p. 114
  95. French War Books
    The Nation, April 11, 1918, p. 448
  96. French War Poems
    The Nation, April 22, 1915, p. 438
  97. Grand Opera in Paris
    The Nation, November 30, 1916, p. 523
  98. A Little Franche World
    The Nation, January 4, 1917, p. 8
  99. The New French Fiction
    The Nation, February 4, 1915, pp. 137-138
  100. "Not by Bread Alone"
    The Nation, November 8, 1917, p. 504
  101. Novel Music in Paris
    The Nation, June 28, 1917, p. 769
  102. A Paris School Colony
    The Harpers Monthly, September 1903, pp. 527-535
  103. Poetry of the Poilus
    The Nation, November 4, 1915, p. 544
  104. A Revelation of Belgian Poets
    The Nation, July 13, 1918, p. 40
  105. The Swiss Danger-Line
    The Nation, February 15, 1917, pp. 182-183
  106. Those Who Were Not Rescued
    The Nation, May 10, 1917, p. 571
  107. A Waif from the Wasted Land
    The Nation, June 14, 1917, p. 705
  108. War with Victory
    The Nation, May 31, 1917, p. 652
  109. What About Alsace-Lorraine?
    The Nation, August 9, 1917, p. 145
  110. The Year in France
    The Atlantic Monthly, August 1906, pp. 182-193
  111. The Year in France
    The Atlantic Monthly, August 1907, pp. 266-276
  112. The Year in France
    The Atlantic Monthly, August 1908, pp. 232-241
  113. The Year in France
    The Atlantic Monthly, August 1909, pp. 245-254
  114. No Items Found