Mirror of Literature,  12 (1828), 379–83.

The Winter's Wreath



Literary Notice; Extract, Short Fiction

Publications noticed:

Winter's Wreath


Naturalists, Travel, Education

    'The Wreath contains 132 pieces or flowers, some of them perennials [....] One of the perennials is a Journey up the Missisippi, by Audubon, the American naturalist. [...] The introduction of the paper on Popular Education, in what the editor himself calls "a work of elegant amusement like the present," is somewhat objectionable, and the writer's sentiments will be very unpalatable to a certain party' (380).

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