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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

James Thomas Fields (1817–1881)

Fields, James Thomas. An American publisher and author; born in Portsmouth, NH, Dec. 31, 1817; died in Boston, April 24, 1881. He edited the Atlantic Monthly in 1862–70. He published: ‘Poems’ (1849); ‘A Few Verses for a Few Friends’ (1858); ‘Yesterdays with Authors’ (1872); ‘Hawthorne’ (1875); ‘Old Acquaintance: Barry Cornwall and Some of his Friends’ (1875); ‘In and Out of Doors with Dickens’ (1876); ‘Underbrush’ (1881), essays; ‘Ballads and Other Verses’ (1881); and (with Edwin P. Whipple) edited ‘The Family Library of British Poetry’ (1878).