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The Cosmopolitan

is an American monthly magazine founded in 1886. The name of this magazine changed a couple of times before it was changed to Cosmopolitan in April 1952. The Cosmopolitan was originally published as a family magazine. It was later transformed into a literary magazine before becoming a women's magazine in the late 1960s.

Name changes


  • The Cosmopolitan (1886-1925)
  • Hearstís international Combined with Cosmopolitan (1925-1952)
  • Cosmopolitan (1952-present)
  • Pieces by Bram Stoker
    From 1894 to 1901 Stoker published one short story and one nonfiction article in The Cosmopolitan. These two pieces are:
  • 1894 "The Red Stockade"
  • 1901 "The Art of Ellen Terry"
  • Publication image
    The Cosmopolitan

    The Cosmopolitan, March 1886

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