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1907 — 1928
Volume 9, Number 1

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1911-05-04
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Contents The Open Window: A Review (Randall, Alfred E.): 1-2
Notes of the Week: 1-2
Reviews (Hill, Balgray): 2-4
Foreign Affairs (Verdad, S.): 3-3
"he want to know, you know" (Escott, T. H. S.): 4-4
Reviews (Kennedy, J. M.): 5-6
What We are in For (Verdad, S.): 5-6
The Referendum in Australia (L. H. S. B.): 6-6
Reviews (Randall, Alfred E.): 6-8
Thomas Doubtful on Arbitration (Taube, G. von): 7-7
Tory Democracy (Kennedy, J. M.): 7-9
The Kalendar (Donisthorpe, Wordsworth): 9-12
Books and Persons (Tonson, Jacob): 12-12
Unedited Opinions: 13-13
Public-Houses (Reynolds, Stephen): 14-15
Town (Squire, J. Collings): 15-15
Englishman in America (Juvenal): 16-17
Drama (Dukes, Ashley): 17-18
The Wager (Tchekhov Anton.): 18-19
The Fabian Society (Kennedy, J. M.): 19-19
Mr. Burns and the Fabian Society (Chesterton, Cecil): 19-20
Letters to the Editor: 19-23
A Derelict of the Ages (A. M.): 20-20
A Derelict of the Ages (Bax, E. Belfort): 20-20
"Modern Dramatists" (Charrington, Charles): 20-20
Women's Suffrage and Indian Nationalism (Davison, Emily Wilding): 20-20
Sex and Superman (Randall, Alfred E.): 20-22
advertisements: 21-21
"King Richard III" in Germany (Bechhöfer, C. E.): 22-22
Socialism and Individualism (Carey, James H.): 22-22
On a Split Infinitive (Mytton, H. H.): 22-22
Concerning "The New Age" (Watts, T. L.): 22-22
The Idol (Mandell, Cyril): 22-23
advertisements: 23-24
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