Rahul Sharma

The Oxford and Cambridge Magazine

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The Oxford and Cambridge Magazine was a periodical magazine of essays, poems, reviews, and stories, that appeared in 1856 as twelve monthly issues.

The magazine was financed by William Morris (1834–1896). It was founded by a number of Oxford University undergraduates including Morris, Edward Burne-Jones (1833–1898), and William Fulford (1831–1882), who referred to themselves as a "Set". Besides this group, other contributors included Henry Lushington and Dante Gabriel Rossetti.

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The Oxford and Cambridge Magazine Wikipedia


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