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1914 — 1919
Vol. 2, No. 5
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1915-05-01 20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm
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Contents Contents: 65-65
'Truth and Reality'. III (Marsden, Dora): 65-69
Views and Comments (Marsden, Dora): 69-70
The History of Imagism (Flint, F. S.): 70-71
The Poetry of Ezra Pound (Aldington, Richard): 71-72
The Poetry of H. D. (Flint, F. S.): 72-73
The Poetry of John Gould Fletcher (Greenslet, Ferris): 73-73
Poems. In the Tube (Aldington, Richard): 74-74
Poems. Mid-Day (H. D.): 74-74
Poems. Chicago (Fletcher, John Gould): 74-75
Poems. Easter (Flint, F. S.): 75-75
Poems. Eloi, Eloi, Lama Sabachthani? (Lawrence, D. H.): 75-76
Poems. Spring Day—Bath (Lowell, Amy): 76-76
Poems. Spring Day—Breakfast Table (Lowell, Amy): 76-76
Poems. Spring Day—Walk (Lowell, Amy): 76-76
Poems. Spring Day—Midday and Afternoon (Lowell, Amy): 76-76
Poems. Spring Day—Night and Sleep (Lowell, Amy): 76-77
Poems. To William Butler Yeats on Tagore (Moore, Marianne): 77-77
Poems. After the Retreat (Sinclair, May): 77-77
The Imagists Discussed (Monro, Harold): 77-80
The Poetry of F. S. Flint (Aldington, Richard): 80-81
The Poetry of D. H. Lawrence (Shakespear, O.): 81-81
The Poetry of Amy Lowell (Fletcher, John Gould): 81-82
Correspondence. The Meaning of the Term 'Archistic' (Kuehn, Herman): 82-82
Correspondence. The Ego and the Drunkard (Wright, Josephine): 82-83
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