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1907 — 1928
Volume 2, Number 12

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1908-01-18
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Contents Notes of the Week: 221-223
An Open Reply to Dr. Max Nordau's Open Letter (Shaw, George Bernard): 223-224
A Barren Outlook: 224-225
Lord Curzon on Imperialism: 225-226
Japan's Road to Ruin: 226-227
The Labour Party Conference (Taylor, G. R. S.): 227-228
Charles Dickens as a Socialist. His Schooldays and Youth (Pugh, Edwin): 228-229
The Legitimate Drama (Taylor, G. R. S.): 229-229
The Trial of the 169 (Maude, Aylmer): 230-230
The Faith I Hold (Bland, Hubert): 231-232
Palinode (Flint, F. S.): 232-232
Book of the Week. 'The Literature of Roguery' by Frank W, Chandler (Holmes, Frank): 233-233
Reviews. The Clims of French Poetry: 233-234
Reviews. 'Ramtanu Lahiri, Brahman and Reformer. A History of the Renaissance in Bengal' by Pandi Sivanath Sastri: 234-234
Reviews. 'Baby Toilers' by Olive Christian Malvery: 235-235
Books Received: 235-235
Drama. 'Arms and the Man' (Guest, L. Haden): 235-236
Music. A Lamoureux Concert (Hughes, Herbert): 236-237
Correspondence. The rothschilds (Eder, M. D.): 237-237
Correspondence. A History of Sculpture (Short, Ernest H.): 237-238
Correspondence. Why Mr. Gilbert Chesterton Is Not A Socialist (Farr, Florence): 238-239
Correspondence. Mr. G. K. Chesterton and Democracy (Pedlar's Son, A): 239-239
The Publisher's Announcements (The Publisher): 239-239
advertisements: 233-240
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