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Vol. 1, No. 9
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1913-10-15 20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm
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Contents Contents: 161-161
The Serious Artist. I-II (Pound, Ezra): 161-163
Views and Comments: 163-166
The Discussion Circle: 166-166
On Interference with the Environment. Certain Conflicts of Interests. III (Byington, Steven T.): 167-168
Un Monologue Dirisoire (Aldington, Richard): 168-169
'The Horses of Diomedes'. The Swan. IX (De Gourmont, Remy): 169-171
'The Horses of Diomedes'. The Hands. X (De Gourmont, Remy): 171-172
Scented Leaves from a Chinese Jar (Upward, Allen): 172-173
Religio: Or the Child's Guide to Knowledge: 173-174
The Conversion of a Specialist (Richardson, D. M.): 174-174
The Science of Society: Book Review of 'The Science of Society' (1851) by Stephen Andrews (H. S. W.): 175-176
Correspondence. Note to Correspondents (Ed. of "The New Freewoman"): 176-176
Correspondence. The Order of the Brothers Minor (Pound, Ezra): 176-176
Correspondence. Syndicalist Prostitution (Byington, Steven T.): 176-176
Correspondence. "Beauty" and the Human From (Arnold, W. P.): 176-177
Correspondence. Miss Pankhurst and Purity (Kerr, R. B.): 177-178
Correspondence. The Dangers of Marriage (Kerr, R. B.): 178-178
Correspondence. Salvationism (R. G.): 178-178
Correspondence. The House of My Friends (Pheffenschnelder, Deidtrisch): 178-178
Correspondence. An American Comment (Swartz, Clarence Lee): 178-179
Advertisements: 174-174
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