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1907 — 1928
Volume 9, Number 5

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1911-06-01
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Contents Notes of the Week: 97-98
Foreign Affairs (Verdad, S.): 99-99
Tory Democracy (Kennedy, J. M.): 100-100
Pages from a Book of Swells (Escott, T. H. S.): 101-101
Liberty of the Press and Our Law for the Indemnification of Rogues (Bax, E. Belfort): 101-102
An Englishman in America (Juvenal): 103-104
La Nouvelle Chasse (Capus, Alfred): 104-104
La Nouvelle Chasse (N. C.): 104-104
Symposium on Racial Development (Carter, Huntly): 105-107
The Outlaw (Pitter, Ruth.): 108-108
Books and Persons (Tonson, Jacob): 108-108
On the Decline of the Book: And Especially of the Historical Book (Belloc, Hilaire): 109-111
The Rebuilding of the Theatre (Carter, Huntly): 111-113
A New Way to Write Historical Plays (Wareing, Alfred.): 113-114
Philosophy and War (Phillpotts, Eden): 114-114
Insurance Bill (Wilshire, Gaylord): 114-114
Tory Democracy (Dark, Sidney): 114-115
Letters to the Editor: 114-119
Tory Democracy (Kennedy, J. M.): 115-115
Bergson in Paris (Murry, J. Middleton): 115-116
Sex and Supermen (Blaker, Hugh): 116-116
Sex and Supermen (Randall, Alfred E.): 116-116
"Pretentious and Ill-Made" (Tut-Tut): 116-116
Shakespeare or Bacon? (Visiak, E. H.): 116-116
Christina (Author of "Christina", The): 116-118
A Poor Parent's Parenthetic Plea (Inspectee): 119-119
advertisements: 119-120
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