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1914 — 1919
Vol. 2, No. 6
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1915-06-01 16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm
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Contents Contents: 85-85
Views and Comments (Marsden, Dora): 85-87
Two Notes. On H. D.. I (Sinclair, May): 88-88
Two Notes. On Imagism. II (Sinclair, May): 88-89
New Poetry: Book Review of 'The Old Ships' by James Elroy Flecker, 'The Contemplative Quarry' by Anna Wickham, 'Songs' by Edward Shanks, and 'Spring Morning' by Frances Cornford (Aldington, Richard): 89-90
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 91-92
Pushkin and the Russian Opera. I (Montagu-Nathan, M.): 92-93
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Chapter V (cont.) (Joyce, James): 93-96
At the British Museum (Aldington, Richard): 96-96
A Chance Comrade (Gregg, Frances): 96-96
The Bullet Speaks to the Poet (Hoyt, Helen): 96-96
Spoken to Adonis (Wickham, Anna): 96-96
Notes on Modern German Poetry. Politics and Poetry; Austrian Culture and Austrian Poetry: Hugo von Hofmannsthal. I-II (Randall, A. W. G.): 96-98
'Loose Leaves' (Aldington, Richard): 98-98
Correspondence. The Discarded Imagist (Upward, Allen): 98-98
Correspondence. Free Poets v. Free Verse (Carter, Huntly): 99-99
Advertisements: 99-100
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