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1907 — 1928
Volume 9, Number 2

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1911-05-11
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Contents Notes of the Week: 25-26
The Hypocrite (Thomas, Gilbert.): 26-26
Foreign Affairs (Verdad, S.): 27-28
The Decline and Fall of the Labour Party (Chesterton, Cecil): 28-29
Field Grasses (Pitter, Ruth.): 29-29
Old Lamps and New Wicks (Escott, T. H. S.): 30-30
Rural Notes (Avalon): 31-32
Public-Houses (Reynolds, Stephen): 32-33
A Clarion Critic (Randall, Alfred E.): 33-34
Unedited Opinions: 35-35
An Englishman in America (Juvenal): 36-37
Books and Persons (Tonson, Jacob): 37-37
Christina: 38-41
The Real Meaning of the Controversy Concerning Pragmatism (Schinz, Albert): 41-43
The "Blue Bird" and Bergson in Paris (Carter, Huntly): 43-45
Labour and the Strike (Jerrold, Walter): 45-46
Letters to the Editor: 45-47
Sex and Superman (Blaker, Hugh): 46-46
Baron Furness and the Comic Spirit (Hillersdon, Frederic): 46-46
The Kalendar (Kennedy, J. M.): 46-46
Shakespeare or Bacon (Visiak, E. H.): 46-46
Sex and Superman (Whitby, C. J.): 46-46
Modern Dramatists (Connell, Norreys): 46-47
"A Doll's House" at the Kingway (Maguire, Richard): 47-47
advertisements: 47-48
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