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Vol. 1, No. 7
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1913-09-15 20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm
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Contents Contents: 121-121
On Interference with the Environment. The Presuppositions I Start From. I (Byington, Steven T.): 121-123
Views and Comments: 123-126
The Poet's Eye. III-IV (Hueffer, Ford Madox): 126-127
'Androcles and the Lion' (West, Rebecca): 128-128
Notes on French Publications: 128-128
'The Horses of Diomedes'. The Drone. V (De Gourmont, Remy): 129-130
'The Horses of Diomedes'. The Marigold. VI (De Gourmont, Remy): 130-131
In Metre. Book Review of 'The Dominant City' and 'Fool's Gold' by John Gould Fletcher (E. P.): 131-132
Amalfi (Aldington, Richard): 132-132
Oneirodotes (Aldington, Richard): 132-132
Beauty, Thou Hast Hurt Me Overmuch (Aldington, Richard): 132-132
In the Via Sistina (Aldington, Richard): 132-133
The Mourning for Bion (Moschus): 133-133
Invocation (Aldington, Richard): 133-133
Lego et Penso: Our Rights (Tucker, Benj. R.): 134-134
The Stone Citizen (Carter, Huntly): 134-136
Aurel (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 136-138
Domestic Studies in 2000 A.D. (Haynes, E. S. P.): 138-138
Correspondence. Note to Correspondents (Ed. of "The New Freewoman"): 139-139
Correspondence. Salvationism (R. G.): 139-139
Correspondence. The Etiquette of Dying (Wilson, J.): 139-139
Note (Ed. of "The New Freewoman"): 139-139
Advertisements: 127-128
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