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1907 — 1928
Volume 19, Number 1

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1916-05-04
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Contents Notes of the Week: 1-3
Foreign Affairs (Verdad, S.): 4-4
Unedited Opinions: The Compulsion of Men: 5-5
Sir Mark Sykes and the Armenians (Pickthall, Marmaduke): 6-7
The Larger Lunacy (Jonathan): 7-9
A Reflection upon Sin (Maeztu, Ramiro de): 9-10
Troy Again! (Brookfarmer, Charles): 11-11
Drama (Hope, John Francis): 12-12
Readers and Writers (R. H. C.): 13-13
Tales of To-day: How Lord Northcliffe Won the Battle of Verdun (Bechhöfer, C. E.): 14-14
Interlude (Morning, Alice): 15-16
Views and Reviews: Murder! (A. E. R.): 16-17
Reviews: 17-18
Ballade of a Weary Reader (L. M.): 19-19
The Wage-Slave's Gratitude (S. R. W. S.): 19-19
Don Quixote's Will (Triboulet): 19-19
Pastiche: 19-19
The War of Ideas (Fowler, Harry): 20-20
The Present Crisis (Mears, W.): 20-20
The Aga Khan (Pickthall, Marmaduke): 20-21
Letters to the Editor: 20-23
To Mr. Shaw (Stephens, James): 21-22
The Primacy of Things (Maeztu, Ramiro de): 22-22
The Union of Democratic Control (Makgill, George): 22-22
Unedited Opinions (N. T.): 22-22
Current Canticle (Sorabji, D. K.): 22-22
"A Merry Death" (Bechhöfer, C. E.): 22-23
Shakespear as Grotesque (C. S. J. D.): 23-23
New Phrases (L. M.): 23-23
"Mr. Parker's Capture" (Schwartz, J. Bulvar): 23-23
Press Cuttings: 24-24
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