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Cosmopolitan Magazine was the equivalent of Pearson's in the United States. Started in 1886 as a 'first class' family magazine, the magazine featured articles on fashion and management of children, and under the editorship of John Brisben Walker it became a leading market for fiction. During the years 1897-1906 the magazine ran H.G. Wells' serialization of The War of The Worlds.

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