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1911 — 1912
Vol. 2, No. 36
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-07-25 20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm
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Contents Contents: 181-181
The Poor and the Rich: 181-183
Topics of the Week. An Exhausted Idea: 183-184
Topics of the Week. The Strike: 184-184
The New Socialism (Whitby, Charles J.): 185-187
'English Literature, 1880-1905'. Book Review of 'English Literature, 1880-1905' by J.M. Kennedy (West, Rebecca): 187-189
What Is Love? (Carlile, Richard): 189-191
On the Utility of Art: An Appeal to Modern Enthusiasm. Form. I (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 192-193
'The Freewoman' Discussion Circle (Low, B.): 193-194
Correspondence. Note to Correspondents (Ed. of "The Freewoman"): 194-194
Correspondence. Interest (Fysher, Greevz): 194-196
Correspondence. Ground-Rent (Hunt, C. F.): 196-196
Correspondence. Child-Marriages (Woods, R. C. Fletcher): 196-197
Correspondence. Divorce and the Marriage Contract (Browne, F. D. Stella): 197-197
Correspondence. Divorce and the Marriage Contract—Response to F.D. Stella Browne's Letter (Ed. of "The Freewoman"): 197-197
Correspondence. Mr. McKenna and Forcible Feeding (Bain, A. M.): 197-197
Correspondence. Ideas or No Ideas? (O'Shea, N.): 197-197
Correspondence. 'The Idea of God' (A Bystander): 197-198
Correspondence. 'What Is Justice?' (Whitby, Charles J.): 198-198
Correspondence. What? Whither? (A Disappointed Reader): 198-198
Correspondence. 'Spinsters and Art' (X): 198-198
Correspondence. A Critic (A Soldier): 198-199
Correspondence. Self-Abuse and Insanity (Watson, E. M.): 199-199
Correspondence. An Open Letter to W.C. Anderson (Chairman of the I.L.P.) (Price, R. Charles): 199-199
Correspondence. Editorial Notes and Corrections (Ed. of "The Freewoman"): 199-199
Advertisements: 192-192
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