The Cambridge Quarterly

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The Cambridge Quarterly is a literary journal. It often publishes articles on cinema, music, painting, and sculpture. It also endows a prize for, and publishes, the best Cambridge University Finals dissertation each year.

The journal was founded by Harold Andrew Mason in 1966.[1]

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  1. ^ "front matter" (pdf). The Cambridge Quarterly 24 (1). 1995. 

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