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Comparing Godeys Lady's Book, And Ladies American Magazine

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Walter, W J. “Language of Publication English; EN.” Godey's Lady's Book, and Ladies' American Magazine (1840-1843); New York, Dec. 1841. American Periodicals, search-proquest-com.proxybl.lib.montana.edu:3443/docview/126094405?accountid=27237. The Magazine I chose was, Godey's Lady's Book, and Ladies' American Magazine. The genre was designed mostly for entertainment. This magazine has poetry, pictures, songs, articles about fashion and other subjects women might be interested in reading, engravings created by prominent writers and other artists of that time. The audience was all types of women but mostly directed towards middle aged women because there are articles with the titles like The Widow’s Story, Sweethearts and Wives, and The Second
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