The Egoist (1914)

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Prospectus

This was for The New Freewoman (1913), the journal edited by Marsden immediately preceding The Egoist: “The New Freewoman is not for the advancement of Woman, but for the empowering of individuals—men and women; it is not to set women free, but to demonstrate the fact that ‘freeing’ is the individual’s affair and must be done first-hand . . . ; it is not to bring new thoughts to individuals, but to set the thinking mechanism to the task of destroying thoughts; to make plain that thinking has no merit in itself, but is a machine, of which the purpose is not to create something, but to liberate something: not to create thoughts but to set free life impulses. Its effect will be as though it had created new life-force: but in reality it will bare life to the light as the threshing-machine lays bare the corn.”

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Subtitle: An Individualist Review
Editors: Dora Marsden
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Index of Issues


The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 1
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: The Egoist, Ltd., 1914-01-01
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 1-1
Liberty, Law, and Democracy: 1-3
Views and Comments: 3-5
France To-Day: A Group of Thinkers (Mowrer, Edgar A.): 6-8
The Cubist Room (Lewis, Wyndham): 8-9
Ferrex on Petulance (Ferrex): 9-10
Porrex on Ferrex (Porrex): 10-10
Books, Drawings, and Papers: Book Review of ‘Bertha Garlan’ by Arthur Schnitzler, ‘The Green Enigma’ by Stewart Caven, and ‘Timon of Athens’: A portfolio of drawings by Wyndham Lewis (Aldington, Richard): 10-12
‘The Horses of Diomedes’—XVIII: The Juggler (De Gourmont, Remy; Sartoris, C.): 12-14
Poems—I: London, My Beautiful (Flint, F. S.): 14-14
Poems—II: Dear One! (Flint, F. S.): 14-14
Poems—III: Under the Lily Shadow (Flint, F. S.): 14-14
Poems—IV: In the Garden (Flint, F. S.): 14-14
Poems—V: Tube (Flint, F. S.): 14-14
On Interference with the Environment—VI: The Question of Obscenity (Byington, Steven T.): 15-16
Women Who Did and Who Do Yet: Book Review of ‘The Wooings of Jezebel Pettyfer’ (1898) by Haldane Macfall (G. W.): 16-17
Violet Hunt (Aldington, Richard): 17-18
Le Theatre du Vieux Colombier (H. S. C.): 18-18
Correspondence: Note to Correspondents (Ed. of “The Egoist”): 19-19
Correspondence: The Epidemic of Law (Hall, Bolton): 19-19
Correspondence: Mr. Hawkins on Mr. Carter (Hawkins, Henery): 19-19
Correspondence: The Individualist (Carter, Huntly): 19-19
Editorial Note: 19-19
Advertisements: 6-6, 20-20
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 2
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-01-15
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 21-21
Skyscapes and Goodwill: 21-24
Views and Comments: 24-25
M. de Régnier’s Last Book: Book Review of ‘Le Plateau de Laque’ by Henri de Régnier (Aldington, Richard): 26-26
A Curious History: [Letters by James Joyce about ‘Dubliners’] (Pound, Ezra; Joyce, James): 26-27
Song o’ Love (McClure, Jack): 27-27
‘The Horses of Diomedes’—XIX: Leaves (De Gourmont, Remy; Sartoris, C.): 28-29
The Drama of Ideas since Ibsen (Jameson, Storm): 29-30
The Housekeeper (Frost, Robert): 31-32
The Public Ownership of the Artist (Carter, Huntly): 32-34
On Interference with the Environment—VII (Byington, Steven T.): 34-35
Anti-Hellenism: A Note on Some Modern Art (Aldington, Richard): 35-36
Penultimate Poetry: Xenophilometropolitania—I-IX (Aldington, Richard): 36-36
Two French Books: Book Review of ‘Almanach Littéraire Crès’ and ‘Six Promenades au Louvre; De Giotto à Puvis de Chavannes’ by Fritz R. Vanderpyl (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 36-38
Correspondence: A Dull Play (Viator): 38-38
Correspondence: A Criticism of the Philosophy of Egoism (Meulen, Henry): 38-39
Correspondence: Women : Education : Marriage (Kerr, R. B.): 39-39
Note: 39-39
Advertisements: 30-30, 40-40
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 3
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-02-02
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 41-41
Men, Machines and Progress: 41-44
Views and Comments: The Chastity of Women: 44-46
The Plain Person (Upward, Allen): 47-49
Books and Papers: Book Review of ‘The Combined Maze’ by May Sinclair and ‘The Making of an Englishman’ by W. L. George (Aldington, Richard): 49-50
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter I (Joyce, James): 50-53
The Bourgeois (von Helmholtz, Bastien): 53-53
John Synge and the Habits of Criticism (von Helmholtz, Bastien): 53-54
Hermes of the Ways—I-II (H. D.): 54-55
Incantation: Artemis over the Body of Orion—I-II (H. D.): 55-55
Oread (H. D.): 55-55
Priapus: Keeper-of-Orchards (H. D.): 55-55
‘The Horses of Diomedes’—XX: Clouds (De Gourmont, Remy; Sartoris, C.): 55-56
Presentation to Mr. W. S. Blunt (Aldington, Richard): 56-57
Art-Passion, Patronage & Pay (Carter, Huntly): 58-59
Correspondence: A Dull Play (H. S. C.): 59-59
Correspondence: A Proclamation (Wagner, A. G.): 59-59
Note: 59-59
Advertisements: 50-50, 60-60
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 4
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-02-16
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Coontents: 61-61
Mainly anent the Decalogue: 61-65
Sayings of K’ung—XI: Other Sayings (K’ung the Master; Upward, Allen): 65-65
Two Books: Book Reviews of ‘Promenades Littéraires’ (Fifth Series) by Remy de Gourmont and ‘Chance’ by Joseph Conrad (Aldington, Richard): 66-67
The New Sculpture—I-II (Pound, Ezra): 67-68
The Pike (Lowell, Amy): 68-68
The Captured Goddess (Lowell, Amy): 68-69
White and Green (Lowell, Amy): 69-69
Aubade (Lowell, Amy): 69-69
The Precinct. Rochester (Lowell, Amy): 69-69
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter I (cont.) (Joyce, James): 70-72
Agni Konda (Compton-Rickett, Leonard A.): 72-74
Modern Dramatists—I (Jameson, Storm): 74-75
Schönberg, Epstein, Chesterton, and Mass-Rhythm (Carter, Huntly): 75-76
An Essay in Constructive Criticism: With Apologies to Mr. F–d M-d-x H–ff-r in the ‘Stoutlook’ (Herrmann Karl Georg Jesus Maria): 76-76
Note on ‘The Horses of Diomedes’ (The Editors of “The Egoist”): 76-76
Modern Writers on ‘Chastity’ (Teulon Porter, Beeban; Teulon Porter, Noel): 77-78
Correspondence: Passion v. the Suffragettes, or ‘Honi soit qui mal y pense’ (H. S. C.): 78-78
Correspondence: Us—And Standard Ideas (Willox, Wm. A.): 78-79
Correspondence: A Glorious Phrase (M. E. A.): 79-79
Correspondence: The Poets—New School (Auceps): 79-79
Correspondence: A Correction (von Helmholtz, Baptiste): 79-79
Correspondence: The Unimportance of Art (Gerrare, W.): 79-79
Note: 79-79
Two Statues and a Drawing (Gaudier-Brzeska, H. M.): 80-80
Advertisements: 67-67
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 5
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-03-02
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 81-81
Anent the Decalogue—II: ‘Love One Another’: 81-83
Views and Comments: 83-85
Two Dialogues of Lucian—I: Hermes and Apollo (Lucian; Aldington, Richard): 86-86
Two Dialogues of Lucian—II: Pan and Hermes (Lucian; Aldington, Richard): 86-86
Some Notes on the Drawings of Andre Rouveyre (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 86-89
Poems: A Selection from ‘Irradiations (Fletcher, John Gould): 89-90
‘The Horses of Diomedes’—XXI: Thoughts (De Gourmont, Remy; Sartoris, C.): 90-91
Agni Konda (Compton-Rickett, Leonard A.): 91-93
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter I (cont.) (Joyce, James): 93-96
Correspondence: ‘An Epidemic of Law’ (Groff, Alice): 96-97
Correspondence: The New Art (Auceps): 97-97
Correspondence: The Need for Art (M. C. (feminine gender)): 97-97
Correspondence: The Unimportance of Art (Guthrie, James): 97-97
Correspondence: The Psychic Origins of ‘Modern’ Art (Ciolkowska, M.): 98-98
Correspondence: Mr. Carter’s Reply (Carter, Huntly): 98-98
Correspondence: Marriage (Teulon Porter, Beeban; Teulon Porter, Noel): 98-99
Correspondence: ‘The Hidden Scourge’ (Watson, E. M.): 99-99
Correspondence: The Uses of Restraint (Knott, Ethel): 99-99
Correspondence: The Uncustomary (Richardson, R. P.): 99-99
Correspondence: Peacocks at Hampton Court (Browne, Thomas): 99-99
Remy de Gourmont (Rouveyre, Andre): 100-100
Advertisements: 85-85
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 6
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-03-16
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 101-101
Le Latin Mystique (Aldington, Richard): 101-102
Views and Comments: 103-105
The Causes and Remedy of the Poverty of China—I-II (F. T. S.): 105-107
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter I (cont.) (Joyce, James): 107-108
Calm (Ascher, Isidore G.): 108-108
Exhibition at the Goupil Gallery (Pound, Ezra): 109-109
The Wanderer: A Rococo Study: Advent (Williams, William Carlos): 109-109
The Wanderer: A Rococo Study: Clarity (Williams, William Carlos): 110-110
The Wanderer: A Rococo Study: Broadway (Williams, William Carlos): 110-110
The Wanderer: A Rococo Study: Paterson—The Strike (Williams, William Carlos): 110-111
The Wanderer: A Rococo Study: Soothsay (Williams, William Carlos): 111-111
The Wanderer: A Rococo Study: Saint James’ Grove (Williams, William Carlos): 111-111
Memoirs of a Charming Person—Conversation the First (M. de V.-M.): 112-113
Passing Paris (Saint Fiacre): 113-114
Reviews: The House That the Set-Backs Built (Carter, Huntly): 114-116
Reviews: Sociology and the Individual (Carter, Huntly): 116-116
Modern Dramatists—II (Jameson, Storm): 116-117
Correspondence: The Caressability of the Greeks (Pound, Ezra): 117-117
Correspondence: Mr. Gaudier-Brzeska on ‘The New Sculpture’ (Gaudier-Brzeska, H.): 117-118
Correspondence: ‘The Artist’ (Groff, Alice): 118-118
Correspondence: Why Not Put Up the Shutters? (Tucker, Benj. R.): 118-118
Correspondence: ‘Love One Another’ (Pulley, H. M.): 118-118
Correspondence: Anent the Decalogue (Harpur, C.): 119-119
Correspondence: Leaders of the People (Kerr, R. B.): 119-119
Correspondence: Marriage (H. S. C.): 119-120
Correspondence: ‘Low’ Pleasures (R. R. W.): 120-120
Correspondence: ‘Honi soit qui mal y pense’ (Signal): 120-120
Correspondence: Wanted Answers (“Domek”): 120-120
Editorial Note: 120-120
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 7
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-04-01
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 121-121
Liberations: Studies of Individuality in Contemporary Music—I (Henry, Leigh): 121-123
Views and Comments: 123-126
Imitations of Lucian: Dialogues of the Dead—Dialogue XV: Herodotus & Lucian (Lamothe-Fénelon, F. de Salignac de; Aldington, Richard): 126-127
Imitations of Lucian: Dialogues of the Modern Dead—Dialogue XI: Anne Boleyn & the Duchess of Valentinois (Fontenelle; Aldington, Richard): 127-127
Imitations of Lucian: Dialogues of the Modern Dead—Dialogue XXX: Nero & John Wesley (Fontenelle; Aldington, Richard): 128-128
Passing Paris (Saint Fiacre): 128-129
On Certain Reforms and Pass-Times (Herman Carl Georg Jesus Maria): 130-131
The Causes and Remedy of the Poverty of China—III-IV (F. T. S.): 131-132
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter I (cont.) (Joyce, James): 132-134
A Winter’s Tale (Lawrence, D. H.): 134-134
Song (Lawrence, D. H.): 134-134
Early Spring (Lawrence, D. H.): 134-134
Honeymoon (Lawrence, D. H.): 134-134
Fooled (Lawrence, D. H.): 135-135
Léon Deubel (Mowrer, Edgar A.): 135-137
Correspondence: The New Sculpture (Auceps): 137-138
Correspondence: Women’s Participation in Politics (Kerr, R. B.): 138-138
Correspondence: Divine Inspiration (Defries, Amelia): 138-138
Correspondence: Mr. Joseph McCabe (Haynes, E. S. P.): 139-139
Correspondence: Marriage (Teulon Porter, Beeban; Teulon Porter, Noel): 139-139
Correspondence: A Question (C. S. H.): 139-139
Correspondence: Note (Ed. of “The Egoist”): 139-139
Advertisements: 140-140
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 8
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-04-15
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 141-141
The Poetry of Byron (Compton-Rickett, Leonard A.): 141-143
Views and Comments: 144-146
The Laws of the Talons (Kauffman, Reginald Wright): 146-146
‘Dramatic Actualities’: Book Review of ‘Dramatic Actualities’ by W. L. George (Aldington, Richard): 146-147
Liberations: Studies of Individuality in Contemporary Music—II: Balilla Pratella and Futurist Music (Henry, Leigh): 147-149
Passing Paris (Saint Fiacre): 149-151
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter I (cont.) (Joyce, James): 151-153
Memoirs of a Charming Person—II (M. de V.-M.): 153-154
The Theatre: Queen’s Theatre—’The Melting Pot’ (Jameson, Storm): 155-155
The Theatre: Vaudeville Theatre—’Helen with the High Hand’ (or Capturing Uncle) (Jameson, Storm): 155-156
Correspondence: Pro Domo Sua (Byington, Steven T.): 156-157
Correspondence: Divine Inspiration (Defries, Amelia Dorothy): 157-158
Correspondence: An Answer (H. S. C.): 158-158
Correspondence: Marriage (R. R. W.): 158-159
Correspondence: On This Spiritual Reality (McClure, Jack): 159-159
Correspondence: Women and Meddleson Laws (Harpur, Caldwell): 159-159
Advertisements: 160-160
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 9
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-05-01
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

ontents: 161-161
At Mitylene (Aldington, Richard): 161-161
A Farewell (Aldington, Richard): 161-161
Ennuies: To a Poet (Aldington, Richard): 161-161
Ennuies: Les Ennuyes Exquis (Aldington, Richard): 161-162
Ennuies: Verona (Aldington, Richard): 162-162
Ennuies: A Liver (Aldington, Richard): 162-162
Ennuies: Solemn Meditation (Aldington, Richard): 162-162
Ennuies: Stodge (Aldington, Richard): 162-162
Views and Comments: 162-164
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter II (Joyce, James): 165-166
Liberations: Studies of Individuality in Contemporary Music—III: Béla Bartók and the Analysis of Racial Psychology (Henry, Leigh): 167-169
Passing Paris (Saint Fiacre): 169-170
The Revolt of the Angels (A. R.): 170-171
Memoirs of a Charming Person—III (M. de V.-M.): 171-173
André Dunoyer de Segonzac, Painter (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 173-175
Isadora Duncan (Segonzac, André Dunoyer de): 174-174
The Fete (Mew, Charlotte M.): 175-176
Correspondence: Property and Theft (Meulen, Henry): 176-176
Correspondence: ‘Servants’ and the ‘People’ (Upward, Allen): 177-177
Correspondence: ‘Divine Inspiration’ (Henry, Nancy, Mrs.): 177-177
Correspondence: ‘Divine Inspiration’ (S. F.): 177-177
Correspondence: ‘The Hub of the Universe’ (Defries, Amelia Dorothy): 177-178
Correspondence: Ideals and Idols (Pulley, Honor M.): 178-178
Correspondence: On This Spiritual Reality (Holley, Horace): 179-179
Correspondence: Marriage and the Roman Catholic Church (C. S. H.): 179-179
Correspondence: Marriage and Its Rivals (Harpur, Caldwell): 179-179
Ida Rubinstein (Segonzac, André Dunoyer de): 180-180
Les Boxeurs (Segonzac, André Dunoyer de): 180-180
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 10
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-05-15
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 181-181
Chinese Lanterns (Upward, Allen): 181-181
Views and Comments: 182-185
The Prose of W. H. Hudson (Aldington, Richard): 186-187
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter II (cont.) (Joyce, James): 187-189
Memoirs of a Charming Person—IV (M. de V.-M.): 189-190
Georges Polti: A Sign of the Times (Mowrer, Edgar A.): 190-193
Passing Paris (Saint Fiacre): 193-194
Consummation (Rodker, J.): 194-194
The Poet to His Poems (Rodker, J.): 194-194
Sleep-Sick (Rodker, J.): 194-194
Under the Trees (Rodker, J.): 194-194
The Music Hall (Rodker, J.): 194-194
The Causes and Remedy of the Poverty of China (F. T. S.): 195-196
Towards a Human Aesthetic (Carter, Huntly): 197-199
Correspondence: Property and the State (R. R. W.): 199-200
Correspondence: The Dangers of Occultism (Binns, Henry Bryan): 200-200
Correspondence: Plaster o’ Paris (Carter, Huntly): 200-200
Correspondence: New Art and Old Humbug (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 200-200
Correspondence: Letter from Mme. Ciolkowska to M. de Segonzac (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 200-200
Correspondence: Letter from M. de Segonzac (Segonzac, A. D. de): 200-200
Correspondence: ‘Marriage and Its Rivals’ (M. E. A.): 200-200
Advertisements: 185-185, 199-199
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 11
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-06-01
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 201-201
Modern Poetry and the Imagists (Aldington, Richard): 201-203
Views and Comments: 203-206
Memoirs of a Charming Person—V (M. de V.-M.): 207-208
Passing Paris (Saint Fiacre): 208-209
Plaisirs: With Apologies to a Poet (C. M.): 209-209
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter II (cont.) (Joyce, James): 210-211
Poems—I-VIII (Fletcher, John Gould): 211-212
Liberations: Studies of Individuality in Contemporary Music—IV: Igor Stravinsky and the Dionysian Spirit (Henry, Leigh): 212-214
Reviews: ‘Poetry: A Magazine of Verse’ (von Helmholtz, Bastien): 215-215
Reviews: First Novels (von Helmholtz, Baptiste): 215-215
The Spider’s Web: Book Review of ‘The Spider’s Web’ by Reginald Wright Kauffman (H. S. W.): 216-217
Revolutionary Maxims: 217-218
Suburbia (Whitby, Charles J.): 218-218
Venus and Mars (M. C.): 218-219
Correspondence: The Value of the ‘Moral’ (Kerr, R. B.): 219-220
Correspondence: A Matter of Fact (Carter, Huntly): 220-220
Correspondence: The Dangers of Occultism (Pound, Ezra): 220-220
Correspondence: ‘Divine’ (Groff, Alice): 220-220
Correspondence: Marriage and Its Rivals (Harpur, C.): 220-220
Advertisements: 214-214, 219-220
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 12
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-06-15
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm
Contents: 221-221
Some Recent French Poems (Aldington, Richard): 221-223
Some Recent French Poems: Tonneins (Durtain, Luc): 221-221
Some Recent French Poems: Une Tristesse de Canapé (Cros, Guy-Charles): 222-222
Some Recent French Poems: Sur les Quais (Cros, Guy-Charles): 222-222
Some Recent French Poems: L’Ame du Siècle Neuf (Beauduin, Nicholas): 222-222
Some Recent French Poems: Ligurie (Spire, André): 222-222
Some Recent French Poems: Provence (Spire, André): 222-222
Some Recent French Poems: Paix de Vivre (Jouve, P.-J.): 222-222
Some Recent French Poems: La Tombe d’Henri Rousseau (Apollinaire, Guillaume): 223-223
Some Recent French Poems: Rotsoge (Apollinaire, Guillaume): 223-223
Views and Comments: 223-226
Note to Readers (Marsden, Dora): 226-226
Old Art and New Laughter (Cournos, John): 227-227
Allied Artists’ Association Ltd.: Holland Park Hall (Gaudier-Brzeska, Henri): 227-229
Passing Paris (Saint Fiacre): 229-231
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter II (cont.) (Joyce, James): 231-233
Wyndham Lewis (Pound, Ezra): 233-234
Revelations: 234-235
New Books on Art (Carter, Huntly): 235-236
Correspondence: Imagists (Holley, Horace): 236-236
Correspondence: The Justifications of Established Customs (R. R. W.): 236-237
Correspondence: Miss Pankhurst and Blindness (Kerr, R. B.): 237-238
Correspondence: For My ‘Better,’ the Codfish (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 238-238
Correspondence: ‘Diplomacy’ and a Pamphlet (Dyson, M. E. M.): 238-238
Correspondence: Morality and Suffrage (Ward, Eva): 238-238
Correspondence: The W.S.P.U. (“Interested”): 238-239
Correspondence: Treatment of Suffragettes (Dartle, Rosa): 239-239
Correspondence: Futurism (Aldington, Richard; Bomberg, David; Etchells, Frederick; Wadsworth, Edward; Pound, Ezra; Atkinson, Lawrence; Gaudier Brzeska; Hamilton, Cuthbert; Roberts, W.; Lewis, Wyndham): 239-239
Advertisements: 239-240
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 13
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-07-01
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 241-241
Just and Moral (Marsden, Dora): 241-244
Views and Comments (D. M.): 244-246
Mist (Radford, Margaret Maitland): 246-246
Reviews: of ‘Poetry: A Magazine of Verse,’ ‘North of Boston’ by Robert Frost, and ‘Blast’ (Aldington, Richard): 247-248
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter II (cont.) (Joyce, James): 248-251
Passing Paris (Saint Fiacre): 251-252
Liberations: Studies of Individuality in Contemporary Music—V: Erik Satie and the Ironic Spirit (Henry, Leigh): 252-254
Suffragettes (von Helmholtz, Bastien): 254-256
Revelations: 256-257
The New Driving Force (Carter, Huntly): 257-258
Correspondence: The Unconscious Self (Hatfield, H. Stafford): 258-259
Correspondence: The Origin of Distrust of Pleasure (Harpur, Caldwell): 259-259
Advertisements: 260-260
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 14
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-07-15
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 261-261
Tradition and Other Things (De Gourmont, Remy; Aldington, Richard): 261-262
Views and Comments (D. M.): 263-266
Architecture (Radford, Margaret Maitland): 266-266
To One Dead (Radford, Margaret Maitland): 266-266
‘Dubliners’ and Mr. James Joyce: Book Review of ‘Dubliners’ by James Joyce (Pound, Ezra): 267-267
Passing Paris (Saint Fiacre): 268-269
Liberations: Studies of Individuality in Contemporary Music—VI: The Dramatic Conceptions of Alexander Scriabine (Henry, Leigh): 269-272
Blast: Review of the Magazine ‘Blast’ (Aldington, Richard): 272-273
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter II (cont.) (Joyce, James): 273-274
London Excursion—II: ‘Bus (Fletcher, John Gould): 275-275
London Excursion—II: Approach (Fletcher, John Gould): 275-275
London Excursion—II: Arrival (Fletcher, John Gould): 275-275
London Excursion—II: Walk (Fletcher, John Gould): 275-275
London Excursion—II: ‘Bus-Top (Fletcher, John Gould): 275-275
London Excursion—II: Transposition (Fletcher, John Gould): 275-276
London Excursion—II: Peripeteia (Fletcher, John Gould): 276-276
London Excursion—II: Mid-Flight (Fletcher, John Gould): 276-276
London Excursion—II: Station (Fletcher, John Gould): 276-276
Lucie Delarue-Mardrus (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 276-278
Northcliffe’s Nice Paper Again: 278-278
Correspondence: The Origin of Distrust of Pleasure (R. R. W.): 279-279
Correspondence: ‘The Spider’s Web’ (Kauffman, Reginald Wright): 279-279
Correspondence: ‘The Spider’s Web’ (H. S. W.): 279-279
Advertisements: 278-278, 280-280
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 15
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-08-01
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 281-281
Authority: Conscience and the Offences (Marsden, Dora): 281-284
Views and Comments (D. M.): 284-286
God in London: A.D. 1914: 286-286
In the Arena: Review of ‘Joseph Conrad’ and ‘Life Is a Dream’ by Richard Curle, ‘Irishry’ by Joseph Campbell, and ‘La Chanson de la Vie’ by Georges Turpin (Aldington, Richard): 287-288
Miscast—I (Lowell, Amy): 288-288
Miscast—II (Lowell, Amy): 288-288
Vintage (Lowell, Amy): 288-288
The Taxi (Lowell, Amy): 288-288
Epitaph of a Young Poet Who Died before Having Achieved Success (Lowell, Amy): 288-288
The Tree of Scarlet Berries (Lowell, Amy): 288-288
Obligation (Lowell, Amy): 288-288
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter III (Joyce, James): 289-291
The End (R. R. W.): 291-291
Liberations: Studies of Individuality in Contemporary Music—VII: Significance of Modern Spanish Music: The Works of Enrique Granados, Manuel de Falla, and Joaquin Turina (Henry, Leigh): 291-294
The Glamour of G. S. Street (Pound, Ezra): 294-295
Passing Paris (Saint Fiacre): 295-296
Passing Paris: Theories (Bouvelet, Henri): 295-295
Passing Paris: Priere (Bouvelet, Henri): 295-295
Passing Paris: La Rose Compatissante (D’après Ciolkowski) (Léger, Abel): 295-295
Contemporary Caricatures (Felton, John): 296-297
Theatralising the Drama and ‘Pygmalion’ (Carter, Huntly): 297-298
Correspondence: Mr. Carter on Force (Dobrée, B.): 299-299
Correspondence: Mr. Huntly Carter’s Reply (Carter, Huntly): 299-299
Correspondence: Miss Marsden and Wages (R. R. W.): 299-299
Advertisements: 298-298, 300-300
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 16
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-08-15
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 301-301
Quid Pro Quo (Marsden, Dora): 301-303
Views and Comments (D. M.): 303-306
Edward Wadsworth, Vorticist (Pound, Ezra): 306-307
Invocations—I: At Dawn (Williams, William Carlos): 307-307
Invocations—II: Rendezvous (Williams, William Carlos): 307-307
Invocations—III: ‘My Townspeople, Beyond in the Great World’ (Williams, William Carlos): 307-307
Invocations—IV: To the Outer World (Williams, William Carlos): 307-307
Invocations: La Flor (Williams, William Carlos): 307-308
Invocations: Offering (Williams, William Carlos): 308-308
Invocations: A La Lune (Williams, William Carlos): 308-308
Invocations: In Harbour (Williams, William Carlos): 308-308
Invocations: The Revelation (Williams, William Carlos): 308-308
Lautréamont (De Gourmont, Remy): 308-309
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter III (cont.) (Joyce, James): 310-313
The New Poetry of France (Beauduin, Nicholas): 313-316
Léon Bloy (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 316-317
The Sayings of K’ung (K’ung the Master): 317-318
Some Rejected Mottoes: 318-318
Correspondence: How the Rebel Pictures Strike an Outside Spectator (Pulley, Honor M.): 318-319
Correspondence: On Miss Marsden’s Philosophy (Watson, E. M.): 319-319
Correspondence: On Miss Marsden’s Philosophy—Response to E. M. Watson’s Letter (Marsden, Dora): 319-319
Advertisements: 320-320
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 17
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-09-01
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 321-321
‘Culture’ (Marsden, Dora): 321-323
Views and Comments (D. M.): 323-325
Notes on the Present Situation (Aldington, Richard): 326-327
Lamartine: Graziella (Webb, Maurice): 327-327
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter III (cont.) (Joyce, James): 327-332
The Public (M. C.): 332-332
The Reward (M. C.): 332-332
Fighting Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 332-335
Spelled (Rodker, John): 336-336
Under the Trees—III (Rodker, John): 336-336
The Storm (Rodker, John): 336-336
Vibro-Massage (Rodker, John): 336-336
To the London Sparrow (Rodker, John): 336-336
The Re-Incarnations of Mr. Bernard Shaw (Carter, Huntly): 337-338
Correspondence: Conscience and Authority (Harpur, C.): 338-338
Advertisements: 339-340
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 18
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-09-15
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 341-341
The Illusion of Anarchism (Marsden, Dora): 341-344
Views and Comments (D. M.): 344-346
Fighting Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 346-350
Some Italian Sonnets (Early Trecento) (Felton, John): 350-351
A Some Italian Sonnets: A Preliminary Sonnet to the Garland of Months (Folgore da San Gemignano; Felton, John): 350-351
Free Verse in England (Aldington, Richard): 351-352
A Heavy Heart (Altenberg, Peter; E. H. W.): 352-353
Notice to Readers (Ed. of “The Egoist”): 353-353
The War and Civics (Carter, Huntly): 353-354
China (F. T. S.): 354-356
Women, Charity and the Land (Hall, Bolton): 356-357
Damaged Goods: Review of ‘Damaged Goods’ by M. Brieux (Webb, Maurice): 357-357
A Sound of Bleating (Wright, Josephine): 358-358
The Song of the Sock (J. W.): 358-358
Advertisements: 359-360
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 19
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-10-01
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 361-361
Women’s ‘Rights’ (Marsden, Dora): 361-363
Views and Comments (D. M.): 364-366
Fighting Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 366-370
The Songs of Maldoror—Part I (Lautreamont, Comte de): 370-374
Some Italian Sonnets (Trecento): The Garland of Months (cont.) (Folgore da San Gemigniano; Felton, John): 374-374
The Prose of Frederic Manning (Aldington, Richard): 374-376
Art and Drama: The War and Some Survivals (Carter, Huntly): 376-378
The Secret of Disillusionment (Whitby, Charles J.): 378-378
Ecstasies (M. C.): 378-378
Contrasts (M. C.): 379-379
Rondeau (M. C.): 379-379
Correspondence: Conscience and Interest (Harpur, Caldwell): 379-379
Advertisements: 380-380
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 20
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-10-15
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 381-381
Liberations: Studies of Individuality in Contemporary Music—VIII: Frederick Delius and the Rentention of Intuitive Sensibility (Henry, Leigh): 381-384
Views and Comments (Marsden, Dora): 384-385
The Songs of Maldoror—Part I (cont.) (Lautréamont, Comte de): 385-386
Charles Péguy and His Work (Aldington, Richard): 386-387
Odilon Redon (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 388-389
‘On the Imbecility of the Rich’ (von Helmholtz, Bastien): 389-390
Those American Publications (von Helmholtz, Baptiste): 390-390
Some Chinese Manners and Customs (F. T. S.): 391-393
Don Juan: Idyll (Altenberg, Peter; E. H. W.): 393-393
Don Juan: Music (Altenberg, Peter; E. H. W.): 393-394
Don Juan: In the Public Garden (Altenberg, Peter; E. H. W.): 394-394
Fighting Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 395-398
The Egoists (Bynner, Witter): 398-398
Correspondence: Carter, Craig, Reinhardt, Wagner and Blake (Cournos, John): 398-398
Correspondence: Mrs. Marsden and Archism (Groff, Alice): 399-399
Correspondence: A Reply to Mrs. Groff (Marsden, Dora): 399-399
Correspondence: Is War an Illusion? (Bradford, Florence M.): 399-399
Advertisements: 399-400
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 21
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-11-02
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 401-401
Arms and Disarmament (Marsden, Dora): 401-404
Views and Comments (D. M.): 404-405
Fighting Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 405-409
The Songs of Maldoror—Part I (cont.) (Lautréamont, Comte de; Aldington, Richard): 409-410
War Poetry (Fletcher, John Gould): 410-411
The Orange Symphony—I-V (Fletcher, John Gould): 411-412
Art and Drama: Ibsen and Strindberg at War Time (Carter, Huntly): 412-413
Preliminary Announcement of the College of Arts: 413-414
The Theatre (Rodker, John): 414-415
Correspondence: War Is an Illusion (Carter, Huntly): 415-416
Correspondence: Scene 2: Enter J. C. (Carter, Huntly): 416-416
Advertisements: 416-416
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 22
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-11-16
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 417-417
The Nature of Honour (Marsden, Dora): 417-420
Views and Comments (D. M.): 420-422
Two Poets: Book Review of ‘Poems’ by John Rodker and ‘Sword-Blades and Poppy Seed’ by Amy Lowell (Aldington, Richard): 422-423
The Songs of Maldoror—Part I (cont.) (Lautréamont, Comte de): 423-424
More War Poetry (Fletcher, John Gould): 424-426
China (F. T. S.): 426-427
Fighting Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 428-430
Art and Drama: The Theatre and Armageddon (Carter, Huntly): 430-431
Correspondence: More Light for Mr. Carter (Cournos, John): 431-431
Advertisements: 432-432
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 23
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-12-01
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 433-433
Why We Are Moral (Marsden, Dora): 433-436
Views and Comments (D. M.): 436-437
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter IV (Joyce, James): 438-439
Chinese Egoism (Hare, William Loftus): 439-442
Parochialism in Art (Aldington, Richard): 443-443
To the Supreme Being in War Time (Aldington, Richard): 443-443
Woman Walking (Williams, William Carlos): 444-444
Transitional (Williams, William Carlos): 444-444
Invitation (Williams, William Carlos): 444-444
Aux Imagistes (Williams, William Carlos): 444-444
Peace (Williams, William Carlos): 444-444
Reviews: of ‘Richard Jefferies and Civilisation’ by Arthur Thorn and papers in the ‘Sociological Review’ (Carter, Huntly): 444-444
Fighting Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 445-446
Song: In War-Time (Blenheim, Herbert): 446-446
Correspondence: Honour and Freedom (Fysher, Greevz): 447-447
Correspondence: Anarchist or Embargoist (Kuehn, Herman): 447-447
Correspondence: A Correction (Aldington, Richard): 447-447
Correspondence: Concerning Acquired Characters (Bradford, Florence M.): 447-447
Correspondence: Another Raid on German Trade (Arpur, Alf): 447-447
Advertisements: 446-446, 448-448
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 24
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1914-12-15
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 449-449
Goodwill towards Men (Marsden, Dora): 449-452
Views and Comments (D. M.): 452-453
Childhood (Aldington, Richard): 453-454
Chinese Egoism—II: Chinese Criticism of Yang-Chu’s Philosophy (Hare, William Loftus): 454-456
The Words of Ming Mao ‘Least among the Disciples of Kun-Fu-Tse’ (M. M.): 456-456
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter IV (cont.) (Joyce, James): 456-458
War Poems and Others: Book Review of ‘Children of Love’ by Harold Monro, ‘You and I’ by Harriet Monroe, and ‘Sing Songs of the War’ by Maurice Hewlett (Aldington, Richard): 458-459
Fighting Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 459-461
Art and Drama: The Impersonal Note of England, Russia and Japan (Carter, Huntly): 461-462
Love’s Eucharist (Kauffman, Reginald Wright): 462-462
Correspondence: The Inner Voice (Byington, Steven T.): 462-462
Correspondence: The Fear of Truth (Wood, Catherine): 462-463
Correspondence: Derivations (C. M.): 463-463
Correspondence: Why We Are Moral (Harpur, Caldwell): 463-463
Correspondence: A Small Helping of Truth, Mr. Cournos! (Carter, Huntly): 463-463
Advertisements: 463-464
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 2, No. 1
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1915-01-01
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 1-1
‘I Am’ (Marsden, Dora): 1-4
Views and Comments (D. M.): 4-5
Notice to Readers (Ed. of “The Egoist”): 5-5
The Plays of John Synge (Aldington, Richard): 6-6
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter IV (cont.) (Joyce, James): 7-9
Chinese Egoism—III: Criticism from a Modern View Point (Hare, William L.): 9-11
Fantastic (Shanafelt, Clara): 11-11
Trees (Shanafelt, Clara): 11-11
Ego (Shanafelt, Clara): 11-11
Webster Ford (Pound, Ezra): 11-12
The Songs of Maldoror—Part I (cont.) (Lautréamont, Comte de): 12-13
Fighting Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 13-14
On Thersites (Aldington, Richard): 14-14
Correspondence: Stillborn Progress (Carter, Huntly): 14-15
Correspondence: Why Are We Honest? (Fysher, Greevz): 15-15
Correspondence: Exit Mr. Huntly Carter (Cournos, John): 15-15
Advertisements: 14-16
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 2, No. 2
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1915-02-01
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 17-17
Some Critics Answered (Marsden, Dora): 17-20
Views and Comments (D. M.): 21-21
The Musical Faculty: Book Review of ‘The Musical Faculty: Its Origins and Processes’ by William Wallace (Montagu-Nathan, M.): 22-23
Synthetic Sonnets—I: Classic (Aldington, Richard): 23-23
Synthetic Sonnets—II: Dantesque (Aldington, Richard): 23-23
Synthetic Sonnets—III: Francis Thompsonian (Aldington, Richard): 23-23
Synthetic Sonnets—IV: Cosmic (Sonnet in vers libre) (Aldington, Richard): 23-23
Synthetic Sonnets—V: Realistic (Aldington, Richard): 23-23
The Indian Machiavelli (Hare, William Loftus): 24-25
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter V (Joyce, James): 25-28
French Authors in the War (Aldington, Richard): 28-28
Fighting Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 29-30
Correspondence: Archism and Anarchism (Kuehn, Herman): 30-30
Correspondence: Archistic Anarchism (Wagner, A. G.): 30-31
Correspondence: A Criticism of ‘The Egoist’ (Byington, Steven T.): 31-31
Correspondence: ‘The Egoist’s’ Employment of Words (Groff, Alice): 31-31
Correspondence: The Cruelty of Good Women (Kerr, R. B.): 31-32
Correspondence: Derivations and Concordancies (C. M.): 32-32
Correspondence: Wasps, Worms, and Words (Harpur, Caldwell): 32-32
Advertisements: 30-30
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 2, No. 3
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1915-03-01
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 33-33
‘Truth and Reality’—I (Marsden, Dora): 33-37
Napoleon on War and Warfare: On Soldiers and Soldierly Virtue (Bonaparte, Napoleon): 38-38
James Elroy Flecker (Monro, Harold): 38-39
From the ‘Mille Nuits et Une Nuit’ (Flint, F. S.): 39-39
Poems of France: Sur la Mort d’Olivier Hourcade (Tué à l’ennemi devant Soissons) (Fort, Paul): 40-40
Poems of France: La Maniere (Fort, Paul): 40-40
Poems of France: Berceuse (pour endormir la folie du dernier Empereur Allemagne) (Fort, Paul): 40-40
Poems of France: Le Chant des Anglais (Fort, Paul): 40-40
Some Reflections on Ernest Dowson (Aldington, Richard): 41-42
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter V (cont.) (Joyce, James): 42-45
July Sunday: (From a Back Window) (Aldington, Richard): 45-45
Fighting Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 45-46
Correspondence: Objective Reality (Pulley, H. M.): 46-47
Correspondence: An Answer to Miss Pulley (Marsden, Dora): 47-47
Correspondence: Miss Marsden and the ‘I’ (Groff, Alice): 47-47
Correspondence: The Anarchist as an Archist (Groff, Alice): 47-47
Correspondence: The Inner Voice (Byington, Steven T.): 47-47
Advertisements: 38-39, 48-48
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 2, No. 4
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1915-04-01
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 49-49
‘Truth and Reality’—II (Marsden, Dora): 49-53
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter V (cont.) (Joyce, James): 54-56
Decadence and Dynamism (Aldington, Richard): 56-57
Joseph Joachim: Artist (Montagu-Nathan, M.): 58-59
The Curve of Individualism (Carter, Huntly): 59-60
The London Group (Denver, Frank): 60-61
Evocations (Glaenzer, Richard Butler): 61-61
Misopolite (Glaenzer, Richard Butler): 61-61
Phaethons—I-II (Glaenzer, Richard Butler): 61-62
To a Man Working His Way through the Crowd (Moore, Marianne): 62-62
To the Soul of ‘Progress’ (Moore, Marianne): 62-62
Fighting Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 62-63
Advertisements: 53-53, 63-64
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 2, No. 5: Special Imagist Number
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1915-05-01
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

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
Advertisements: 73-73, 83-84
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 2, No. 6
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1915-06-01
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 85-85
Views and Comments (Marsden, Dora): 85-87
Two Notes—I: On H. D. (Sinclair, May): 88-88
Two Notes—II: On Imagism (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—I-II: Politics and Poetry; Austrian Culture and Austrian Poetry: Hugo von Hofmannsthal (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
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 2, No. 7
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1915-07-01
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 101-101
Compulsion and Freedom of Conscience (Marsden, Dora): 101-104
Pushkin and the Russian Opera—II (Montagu-Nathan, M.): 105-105
French Poems: Instants—IV: Le crépuscule a les murs bruns (Jouve, P. J.): 106-106
French Poems: Juex—V: Son rire absolument pur (Jouve, P. J.): 106-106
French Poems: Juex—IX: Entre quatre murs (Jouve, P. J.): 106-106
French Poems: Juex—XII: Plongeons la rame (Jouve, P. J.): 106-106
Notes on Modern German Poetry—III: The ‘Jung-Wien’ and Prague Groups (Randall, A. W. G.): 106-107
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter V (cont.) (Joyce, James): 107-109
The Poetry of Amy Lowell (Aldington, Richard): 109-110
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 111-112
Fagott (‘The Bassoon’) (Kandinsky, Wassily; Randall, A. W. G.): 112-112
Cinema Exit (Aldington, Richard): 113-113
Maladie de l’après-midi (Lowell, Amy): 113-113
Middle Age (Lowell, Amy): 113-113
A Rainy Night (Lowell, Amy): 113-113
Haunted (Lowell, Amy): 113-113
Tigress—I-II (Randall, A. W. G.): 113-113
In Swabia: Spring 1914 (Randall, A. W. G.): 113-114
A French Book: Book Review of ‘Le Retour dans la nuit’ by Martial Piéchaud (M. C.): 114-114
Some Books Received: 114-115
Correspondence: Egoism and Conscription (Harper, Caldwell): 115-115
Correspondence: The Case of Mrs. Sanger (Browne, F. W. Stella): 115-115
Advertisements: 115-116
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 2, No. 8
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1915-08-02
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 117-117
The Gentle Art of ‘Appreciation’ (Marsden, Dora): 117-120
Views and Comments (D. M.): 120-121
Henri Gaudier-Brzeska (Cournos, John): 121-121
Chinese Poems: Song on the River (Li-Tai-Pé; Whitall, James): 122-122
Chinese Poems: To the Most Beautiful Woman of the Flower Boat (Ouan-Tsi; Whitall, James): 122-122
Chinese Poems: Intoxication of Love (Li-Tai-Pé; Whitall, James): 122-122
Chinese Poems: The Fisherman (Li-Tai-Pé; Whitall, James): 122-122
Chinese Poems: Mid-River (Tchang-Tsi; Whitall, James): 122-122
Chinese Poems: The Autumn Wind (Ou-Ty, Emperor; Whitall, James): 122-122
Chinese Poems: Thoughts on the Seventh Month (Li-Tai-Pé; Whitall, James): 122-122
Chinese Poems: Youth (Li-Tai-Pé; Whitall, James): 122-122
Chinese Poems: On the Road to Tchi-Li (Tin-Tun-Ling; Whitall, James): 122-122
Chinese Poems: The Willow Leaf (Tchan-Tiou-Lin; Whitall, James): 122-122
Chinese Poems: The Porcelain Pavilion (Li-Tai-Pé; Whitall, James): 122-122
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 123-124
French Poems: Hymne (Cros, Guy-Charles): 124-124
French Poems: Départ (Cros, Guy-Charles): 124-124
French Poems: Sous la lune écarlate (Cros, Guy-Charles): 124-124
A Fine Novel: Book Review of ‘La Route d’Emeraude’ by Eugene Demolder (Aldington, Richard): 124-125
Eros and Psyche (Aldington, Richard): 125-125
Japanese Prints—I-II (Fletcher, John Gould): 126-126
To Browning (Moore, Marianne): 126-126
To Bernard Shaw: A Prize Bird (Moore, Marianne): 126-126
Notes on Modern German Poetry—IV: Rainer Maria Rilke (Randall, A. W. G.): 126-127
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter V (cont.) (Joyce, James): 127-130
Métiers Divins: Le Luthier (De Bosschère, Jean): 130-131
Periodical Not Received: Review of ‘Blast’ (No. 2): 131-131
Correspondence: Flattery and Violence (Wright, Josephine): 131-131
The Poets’ Translation Series: 131-131
Advertisements: 131-132
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 2, No. 9
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1915-09-01
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 133-133
Democracy Again (Marsden, Dora): 133-136
Views and Comments (D. M.): 136-137
Gaudier-Brzeska’s Art (Cournos, John): 137-138
Woodcut of H. Gaudier-Brzeska (Kristian, Roalo): 138-138
The Poems of Anyte of Tegea (Anyte of Tegea; Aldington, Richard): 139-140
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 140-141
French Poems: ‘Je suis dans la forêt profonde’ (Thomas, Louis): 141-141
French Poems: Chanson à boire (Thomas, Louis): 141-141
Translations of Russian Fiction (Montagu-Nathan, M.): 142-143
The Ghosts of an Old House (Fletcher, John Gould): 143-143
Gottfried Keller: Review of ‘A Village Romeo and Juliet’ by Gottfried Keller (Randall, A. W. G.): 143-144
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man—Chapter V (cont.) (Joyce, James): 144-147
Advertisements: 138-138, 148-148
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 2, No. 10
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1915-10-01
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 149-149
Views and Comments (Marsden, Dora): 149-150
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 151-152
French Poems: Silence (Grolleau, Charles): 152-152
French Poems: Quiétude (Grolleau, Charles): 152-152
Translations of Russian Fiction—II (Montagu-Nathan, M.): 152-153
Poems and Fragments of Sappho: Love Poems and Fragments (Sappho; Storer, Edward): 153-154
Poems and Fragments of Sappho: Other Poems and Fragments (Sappho; Storer, Edward): 154-155
Cubimpressionism and After (Carter, Huntly): 155-155
Une Femme est un état de notre àme (Altenberg, Peter; E. H. W.): 156-157
The Ghosts of an Old House—Continued (Fletcher, John Gould): 157-158
To a Steam Roller (Moore, Marianne): 158-158
Diligence Is to Magic as Progress Is to Flight (Moore, Marianne): 158-158
Woodcut of Richard Aldington (Kristian, Raoul): 159-159
‘Der Sturm’ (Randall, Alec W. G.): 159-159
Laurent Tailhade (Aldington, Richard): 159-161
Woodcut of Laurent Tailhade (Kristian, Raoul): 160-160
Inconsiderable Imbecilities: From One Number of the ‘Times’ Literary Supplement: 161-161
A Playntyve Ballade (Aldington, Richard): 161-162
To Alexander Berkman (Groff, Alice): 162-162
Correspondence: ‘The Will to Will’ (Groff, Alice): 162-162
Correspondence: A Correction (C. M.): 162-162
Correspondence: Word-Worship and Compulsion (Harpur, C.): 162-162
Correspondence: Democracy and Movements (Harpur, Caldwell): 162-163
Advertisements: 150-150, 153-153, 163-164
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 2, No. 11
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1915-11-01
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 165-165
Views and Comments (D. M.): 165-168
Remy de Gourmont (Aldington, Richard): 169-169
Woodcut of Remy de Gourmont (Kristian, Raoul): 169-169
French Poems: Simone―L’Aubépine (De Gourmont, Remy): 169-169
French Poems: Simone―Le Jardin (De Gourmont, Remy): 169-170
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 170-171
Choruses from Iphigeneia in Aulis (Euripides; H. D.): 171-172
Notes on Modern German Poetry—V: Walt Whitman in Germany: (a) Arno Holz (Randall, Alec W. G.): 172-173
Mood Images (Henry, Leigh): 173-174
Living Chronology (Chekhoff, A. L.; Andronikoff, Natalia; Hilton, John): 174-175
England’s Nest of Singing-Birds (Jameson, Margaret Storm): 175-176
Young America (Aldington, Richard): 176-177
The Ghosts of an Old House—Continued (Fletcher, John Gould): 177-178
Woodcut of John Gould Fletcher (Kristian, Raoul): 177-177
Minor—I-III (Shanafelt, Clara): 178-178
Correspondence: Nijinsky (Montagu-Nathan, M.): 179-179
Correspondence: Conscription (Harpur, Caldwell): 179-179
Correspondence: Miss Groff and Anarchism (Adair, Alan): 179-179
Advertisements: 168-168, 178-180
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 2, No. 12
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1915-12-01
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 181-181
Views and Comments (D. M.): 181-184
Extracts from the Letters of a Prisoner of War: 185-186
Latin Poems of the Renaissance (Calcagnini, Celio; Navagero, Andrea; Fracastoro, Girolamo; Flaminio, Marc-Antonio; Fascitelli, Honorato; Aldington, Richard): 186-187
Notes on Modern German Poetry—V: Walt Whitman in Germany: (b) Johannes Schlaf (Randall, Alec W. G.): 187-187
Interlude (Aldington, Richard): 188-188
After Two Years (Aldington, Richard): 188-188
Fragment (Flint, F. S.): 188-188
Beggar (Flint, F. S.): 188-188
Woodcut of F. S. Flint (Kristian, Roald): 188-188
La Lettre (Lafon, André): 188-188
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 189-190
Et J’ai voulu la paix (Spire, André): 190-191
The Verses of Visiak (Marriott, Ernest): 191-191
Albert Aurier (Kristian, Roald): 192-192
Woodcut of Albert Aurier (Kristian, Roald): 191-192
Dramocracy (Carter, Huntly): 192-193
‘My Dear Richard Aldington’ (Monro, Harold): 193-194
Correspondence: England’s Nest of Singing Birds (Pulley, Honor M.): 194-194
Correspondence: England’s Nest of Singing Birds (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 194-195
Correspondence: Nijinski (C. M.): 195-195
Advertisements: 195-196
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 3, No. 1
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1916-01-01
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 1-1
Views and Comments (Weaver, Harriet Shaw): 1-3
Liberations: Studies of Individuality in Contemporary Music—IX: Fantaisiste Spirit in Modern French Music—Part I (Henry, Leigh): 3-4
Feodor Sologub (Cournos, John): 4-5
Woodcut of Feodor Sologub (Kristian, Roald): 4-4
Reviewing (Aldington, Richard): 5-5
Poems of Leonidas of Tarentum (Leonidas of Tarentum; Whitall, James): 6-6
The French Word in Modern Prose—I: J.-H. Rosny: ‘Sous le Fardeau’; ‘L’Impérieuse Bonté’ (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 7-8
The Cliff Temple—I-IV (H. D.): 8-8
Little Tales: Two Candles, One Candle, Three Candles (Sologub, Feodor; Cournos, John): 8-8
Little Tales: He Became Better (Sologub, Feodor; Cournos, John): 8-9
Little Tales: Three Gobs of Spit (Sologub, Feodor; Cournos, John): 9-9
Little Tales: Fairy Tales in the Garden, and Fairy Tales at Court (Sologub, Feodor; Cournos, John): 9-9
Little Tales: A Marriage (Sologub, Feodor; Cournos, John): 9-9
Little Tales: Captive Death (Sologub, Feodor; Cournos, John): 9-9
Six French Poets: Book Review of ‘Six French Poets’ by Amy Lowell (Flint, F. S.): 9-10
Whitechapel (Aldington, Richard): 10-10
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 10-11
Woodcut of Stuart Merrill (Kristian, Roald): 11-11
French Poems: ‘Viens, cette nuit, poser tes lèvres’ (Merrill, Stuart): 11-11
French Poems: O Province!… (Lafon, André): 11-12
A Drama (Chekhov, A. P.; Andronikoff, Natalie; Hilton, John): 12-13
Studies in Comtemporary Literature—I: The Utility of Literature (Pender, R. Herdman): 13-14
Correspondence: England’s Nest of Singing Birds (Jameson, Margaret Storm): 14-15
Correspondence: ‘Mother Earth’ (Kerr, R. B.): 15-15
Advertisements: 4-4, 15-16
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 3, No. 2
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1916-02-01
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 17-17
Views and Comments (H. S. W.): 17-18
Human Nature and Utopianism (Hatfield, H. Stafford): 19-22
French Poems: ‘Il pèse sur la vie un poids de fer’ (Vanderpyl, Fritz R.): 22-22
The Betrothed (Remizov, Aleksei; Cournos, John): 23-23
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 23-24
Soldiers of War (Benjamin, René): 24-25
The Mosella of Decimus Magnus Ausonius (Ausonius, Decimus Magnus; Flint, F. S.): 25-26
Epigrams: Replies I (Aldington, Richard): 26-26
Epigrams: Replies II (Three Years Later) (Aldington, Richard): 26-26
Epigrams: Happiness (To F. S. F.) (Aldington, Richard): 26-26
Epigrams: Beauty (Aldington, Richard): 26-26
Poetry and Patriotism (Randall, Alec W. G.): 26-27
The French Word in Modern Prose—II: Henri Barbusse: ‘L’Enfer’ (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 27-28
Aleksei Remizov (Cournos, John): 28-29
Woodcut of Aleksei Remizov (Kristian, Roald): 28-28
Spontaneitics (Carter, Huntly): 29-30
American Poems: Cézanne (Kreymborg, Alfred): 30-30
American Poems: In a Café (Wagstaff, Blanche Shoemaker): 30-30
American Poems: The Fruit-Vendor (Glaenzer, Richard Butler): 30-30
American Poems: In the Park (Hoyt, Helen): 30-30
American Poems: July Morning (Shanafelt, Clara): 30-30
Correspondence: The Fantaisiste Spirit in Modern French Music (Flint, F. S.): 30-30
Correspondence: Mr. Alan Adair and Anarchy (Groff, Alice): 31-31
Correspondence: The Social Ego and Rebellion (Groff, Alice): 31-31
Advertisements: 31-32
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 3, No. 3
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1916-03-01
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 33-33
Views and Comments (H. S. W.): 33-35
The Last Gift (H. D.): 35-35
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 36-37
August: Late Afternoon (Lowell, Amy): 37-37
Dog-Days (Lowell, Amy): 37-37
The Pond (Lowell, Amy): 37-37
Meditatio—I (Pound, Ezra): 37-38
French Poems: Insomnie (Milosz, O. W.): 38-39
Fantasies: Religious Landscape (Aldington, Richard): 39-39
Fantasies: Book Shelves (Aldington, Richard): 39-39
Fantasies: Sloane Street (Aldington, Richard): 39-39
The French Poodle (Lewis, Wyndham): 39-41
Woodcut of Wyndham Lewis (Kristian, Roald): 40-40
The French Word in Modern Prose—III: Pierre Jaudon: ‘Dieudonné Tête’ (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 41-43
Two-Nine-One (Carter, Huntly): 43-43
Liberations: Studies of Individuality in Contemporary Music—IX: The Fantaisiste Spirit in Modern French Music—Part II: The Works of Maurice Ravel (Henry, Leigh): 43-46
A Young Soldier (Lewis, Wyndham): 46-46
Of Gods: To God,—A Challenge (Groff, Alice): 46-46
Of Gods: Strange Gods (Groff, Alice): 46-47
Of Gods: All Gods (Groff, Alice): 47-47
Correspondence: The Triumph of Margaret Sanger (Browne, F. W. Stella): 47-47
Advertisements: 39-39, 47-48
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 3, No. 4
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1916-04-01
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 49-49
Views and Comments (H. S. W.): 49-50
A Memory: Poem in Prose (Aldington, Richard): 50-50
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 50-51
‘The Little Demon’: Book Review of ‘The Little Demon’ by Feodor Sologub (Randall, Alec W. G.): 52-52
The Helmsman (H. D.): 52-52
French Poems: Vous ne saviez pas que je vous aimais (Voirol, Sébastien): 53-53
The Perfect Book (R. A.): 53-53
Italy (Aldington, Richard): 53-53
Design for Tarr (Kristian, Roald): 54-54
Tarr—Part I, Chapters I-III (Lewis, Wyndham): 54-63
Second-Rate Supermen (Pulley, Honor M.): 63-63
Advertisements: 53-53, 63-64
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 3, No. 5
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1916-05-01
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 65-65
The Little Demon (Aldington, Richard): 65-66
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 66-67
Dialogues of Fontenelle—I: Alexander and Phriné (Fontenelle, Bernard le Bovier de; Pound, Ezra): 67-68
A Master-Writer: Book Review of ‘La Paix chez les Bêtes’ by Colette (Ciolkowski): 68-69
A Life (Aldington, Richard): 69-69
‘Voici l’eau froide dont on se refraîchit en enfer’ (Durak, B.): 69-70
Liberations: Studies of Individuality in Contemporary Music—X: Nikolaus Medtner and the Modern Heroic Spirit in Music (Henry, Leigh): 70-71
‘He Wrote the History Book,’ It Said (Moore, Marianne): 71-71
You Are Like the Realistic Product of an Idealistic Search for Gold at the Foot of the Rainbow (Moore, Marianne): 71-71
Tarr—Part I, Chapter IV (Lewis, Wyndham): 72-79
Advertisements: 69-69, 71-71, 79-80
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 3, No. 6
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1916-06-01
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 81-81
England and Ireland (D. M.): 81-85
Notice to Readers: 85-85
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 85-87
Sea Gods—I-III (H. D.): 87-87
Dialogues of Fontenelle—II: Dido and Stratonice (Fontenelle, Bernard le Bovier de; Pound, Ezra): 87-88
Notes on Modern German Poetry—VI: Alfred Mombert (Randall, Alec W. G.): 88-88
Liberations: Studies of Individuality in Contemporary Music—X (cont.): Nikolaus Medtner and the Modern Heroic Spirit in Music (Henry, Leigh): 88-90
Tarr—Part II, Chapters I-II (Lewis, Wyndham): 90-94
Associations: ‘The Middle Ages’ (Aldington, Richard): 94-95
Pedantic Literalist (Moore, Marianne): 95-95
The Storm (Randall, Amy): 95-95
Impression (Dobrée, B.): 95-95
Advertisements: 95-96

The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 3, No. 7
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1916-07-01
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 97-97
Lingual Psychology: A New Conception of the Function of Philosophic Inquiry—Foreword & Chapter I: Analysis of the Philosophic Method (Marsden, D.): 97-102
Cities (H. D.): 102-103
Dialogues of Fontenelle—III: Anacreon and Aristotle (Fontenelle, Bernard le Bovier de; Pound, Ezra): 103-103
The French Word in Modern Prose—IV: Marcel Proust: ‘À la Recherche du Temps Perdu. Du Côté de chez Swann’ (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 103-105
A Solemn Dialogue (Aldington, Richard): 105-106
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 106-107
Tarr—Part III (Bourgeois—Bohemians), Chapter I (Lewis, Wyndham): 107-110
Fantaisies Intimes: Dream-stalked (Henry, Leigh): 110-110
Fantaisies Intimes: Challenge (Henry, Leigh): 110-110
Fantaisies Intimes: To Maive of Storms (Henry, Leigh): 111-111
Court-Martial (Dobrée, B.): 111-111
Correspondence: England and Ireland (Storer, Edward): 111-111
Advertisements: 111-112
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 3, No. 8
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1916-08
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 113-113
Lingual Psychology—Chapter II: The Science of Signs (Marsden, D.): 113-117
The French Word in Modern Prose—V: Ricciotto Canudo: ‘La Ville sans Chef’ (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 117-118
Marianne Moore (H. D.): 118-119
French Poems: A Mes Vers Intuitifs (Herard, Viviane): 119-119
Dialogues of Fontenelle—IV: Homer and Aesop (Fontenelle, Bernard le Bovier de; Pound, Ezra): 119-119
Over Devon Hills (Cournos, John): 120-120
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 120-121
‘Shaw—’ (Montagu-Nathan, M.): 121-122
Tarr—Part III, Chapter II (Lewis, Wyndham): 122-125
Notes on Modern German Poetry—VII: Max Dauthendey and Others (Randall, Alec W. G.): 126-126
American Poems: Old Age (Bodenheim, Maxwell): 126-126
American Poems: The Dagger (Davies, Mary Carolyn): 126-126
American Poems: The Jest (Davies, Mary Carolyn): 126-126
American Poems: Fears (Davies, Mary Carolyn): 126-126
American Poems: Appeal (Shanafelt, Clara): 127-127
Bridal in Philistia (Pulley, Honor M.): 127-127
Advertisements: 118-118, 127-128
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 3, No. 9
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1916-09
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 129-129
Lingual Psychology—III: The ‘I’ and the ‘Ego’: A Differentiation (Marsden, D.): 129-131
The Contest (H. D.): 132-132
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 132-133
Dialogues of Fontenelle—V: Socrates and Montaigne (Fontenelle, Bernard le Bovier de; Pound, Ezra): 133-134
‘Not Vodka’ (Cournos, John): 134-134
Soldiers (Flint, F. S.): 134-134
‘The Farmer’s Bride’: Book Review of ‘The Farmer’s Bride’ by Charlotte Mew (H. D.): 135-135
Reviews: Book Review of ‘Essays and Poems’ by Voltairine le Cleyre, ‘Anarchism and Other Essays’ by Emma Goldman, ‘The Soul of Woman’ by Paul Jordan Smith, ‘The Social Significance of Modern Drama’ by Emma Goldman, and ‘History of the Fabian Society’ by Edward R. Pease (Jameson, Margaret Storm): 135-136
The Great Opportunity (Williams, William Carlos): 137-137
Liberations: Studies of Individuality in Contemporary Music—XI: Th. Akimenko and the Oriental Spirit in Music (Henry, Leigh): 137-139
Tarr—Part IV (A Jest Too Deep for Laughter), Chapters I-IV (Lewis, Wyndham): 139-143
Poems from Bermuda: Sunday Vespers (Glaenzer, Richard Butler): 143-143
Poems from Bermuda: The Lake (Glaenzer, Richard Butler): 143-143
Poems from Bermuda: The Golden Room (Glaenzer, Richard Butler): 143-143
Advertisements: 136-136, 143-144
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 3, No. 10
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1916-10
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 145-145
Berkeley’s Doctrine of Esse—I-X (Morgan, C. Lloyd, Professor): 145-148
March—I-V (Williams, William Carlos): 148-149
A Pagan Poet (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 149-151
Dialogues of Fontenelle—VI: Charles V and Erasmus (Fontenelle, Bernard le Bovier de; Pound, Ezra): 151-151
The Accented Syllable (Moore, Marianne): 151-152
Liberations: Studies of Individuality in Contemporary Music—XI (cont.): The Development of Akimenko’s Idiom (Henry, Leigh): 152-154
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 154-155
Tarr—Part IV (A Jest Too Deep for Laughter), Chapters V-VII (Lewis, Wyndham): 155-158
Notice to American Readers: 158-158
Dreiser Protest (Pound, Ezra): 159-159
Tædium Vitæ (Marriott, Ernest): 159-159
Slain Roses (Marriott, Ernest): 159-159
Advertisements: 155-155, 160-160
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 3, No. 11
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1916-11
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 161-161
Lingual Psychology—IV: The Verbal Form ‘Be’ (Marsden, D.): 161-164
The Tribute—I-XI (H. D.): 165-167
Sologub’s ‘Created Legend’: Book Review of ‘The Created Legend’ by Feodor Sologub, translated by John Cournos (Fletcher, John Gould): 167-168
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 168-169
The Days Pass—I-II (Aldington, Richard): 169-169
R. V. and Another (Aldington, Richard): 169-169
Dialogues of Fontenelle—VII: Agnes Sorel—Roxelane (Fontenelle, Bernard le Bovier de; Pound, Ezra): 170-170
Tarr—Part IV (A Jest Too Deep for Laughter), Chapters VIII-IX (Lewis, Wyndham): 170-173
John Gould Fletcher (Pender, R. Herdman): 173-174
Dreiser Protest: 174-174
The Wandering Jew (Sologub, Feodor; Cournos, John): 175-175
Seventeen-Syllable Hokku Poems (Noguchi, Yone): 175-175
Advertisements: 167-167, 176-176
The Egoist:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 3, No. 12
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1916-12
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 177-177
Lingual Psychology—V: Seven Related Definitions (Marsden, D.): 177-179
Circe (H. D.): 179-179
Pastoral Epigrams by Marco-Antonio Faminio (1498-1550)—I-VIII (Flaminio, Marco Antonio; Aldington, Richard): 180-180
The French Word in Modern Prose—VI: M. Josephin Péladan (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 180-182
‘Amores’ by D. H. Lawrence: Book Review (Fletcher, John Gould): 182-182
Dialogues of Fontenelle—VIII: Brutus and Faustina (Fontenelle, Bernard le Bovier de; Pound, Ezra): 183-183
‘Goblins and Pagodas’: Book Review of ‘Goblins and Pagodas’ by John Gould Fletcher (H. D.): 183-184
Tarr—Part IV (A Jest Too Deep for Laughter), Chapters X-XI (Lewis, Wyndham): 184-186
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 187-188
War: Waiting (Pennington, A. H.): 188-188
War: Fear (Pennington, A. H.): 188-188
War: Rest (Pennington, A. H.): 188-188
War: In Reserve (Pennington, A. H.): 188-188
War: The Attack (Pennington, A. H.): 188-188
On Subject-Matter and War Poetry (Fletcher, John Gould): 188-189
Little Tales: The Man Who Became Smaller (Sologub, Feodor; Cournos, John): 189-189
Little Tales: Dotard and Dotardess (Sologub, Feodor; Cournos, John): 189-190
Little Tales: Little Songs (Sologub, Feodor; Cournos, John): 190-190
Testing (Kapp, N. G.): 190-190
Existence (Kapp, N. G.): 190-190
American Poems: The Nymph (Michelson, Max): 190-190
American Poems: A Young Girl (Michelson, Max): 190-190
American Poems: The Riders―I-III (Michelson, Max): 190-190
American Poems: The Riddle (Michelson, Max): 190-190
American Poems: Summer (Michelson, Max): 190-190
American Poems: Two (Michelson, Max): 191-191
American Poems: Footstep (Michelson, Max): 191-191
American Poems: The Coming (Michelson, Max): 191-191
Correspondence: Dreiser Protest (A Member of the Authors’ League of America): 191-191
Advertisements: 186-186, 191-192
The Egoist
Vol. 4, No. 1
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1917-01
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm
Contents: 1-1
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 1-2
Notice about Chapter V of ‘Lingual Psychology’: 2-2
The God—I-IV (H. D.): 2-3
Adonis (H. D.): 3-3
The Scene-Models of Norman Macdermott (Jameson, Margaret Storm): 3-4
Dialogues of Fontenelle—IX: Helen and Fulvia (Fontenelle, Bernard le Bovier de; Pound, Ezra): 5-5
French Poems: Une Rose (Milosz, O. W.): 5-5
French Poems: Le Chant de la Montagne (Milosz, O. W.): 5-6
The Death of Futurism (Cournos, John): 6-7
Ezra Pound—I (De Bosschère, Jean): 7-8
Drawing of Ezra Pound (De Bosschère, Jean): 8-8
Street Lamps (Lawrence, D. H.): 9-9
Demo-Individualism (Carter, Huntly): 9-10
American Poems: Portrait (Michelson, Max): 10-10
American Poems: Trees in the Tenement District (Michelson, Max): 10-10
American Poems: Off! (Michelson, Max): 10-10
Tarr—Part V (A Megrim of Humour), Chapters I-IV (Lewis, Wyndham): 10-15
‘A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man’: Announcement: 15-15
Advertisements: 4-4, 15-16
The Egoist
Vol. 4, No. 2
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1917-02
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 17-17
Lingual Psychology—VI: Observations Preliminary to a Definition of ‘Imaginary’ (Marsden, D.): 17-20, 31-31
Pygmalion—I-VI (H. D.): 21-21
James Joyce: At Last the Novel Appears—Book Review of ‘A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man’ (Pound, Ezra): 21-22
Woodcut of James Joyce (Kristian, Roald): 22-22
Autumn Rain (Lawrence, D. H.): 22-22
The Exiles: Book Review of ‘Au Sortir des Camps Allemands; Soldats Internés en Suisse’ by Noëlle Roger (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 23-23
The Child—I: Visionary (Sinclair, May): 24-24
The Child—II: Prison-House (Sinclair, May): 24-24
The Child—III: Fright (Sinclair, May): 24-24
The Future of American Humour (Noguchi, Yone): 25-26
Envy (Flint, F. S.): 26-26
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 26-27
Ezra Pound—II (De Bosschère, Jean): 27-29
Tarr—Part V (A Megrim of Humour), Chapters V-VI (Lewis, Wyndham): 29-30
Correspondence: Dreiser Protest (Pound, Ezra): 30-30
Advertisements: 23-23, 31-32
The Egoist
Vol. 4, No. 3
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1917-04
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 33-33
Lingual Psychology—VII: The Constitution and Origin of the ‘Image’ in Imagination (Marsden, D.): 33-37, 46-46
Notice about the March number: 37-37
Notes from France (Aldington, Richard): 38-38
Dialogues of Fontenelle—X: Seneca and Scarron (Fontenelle, Bernard le Bovier de; Pound, Ezra): 38-39
Tarr—Part V (A Megrim of Humour), Chapter VII (Lewis, Wyndham): 39-41
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 41-42
The Aristodemocrat (Carter, Huntly): 42-43
On ‘Nocturne, Blue and Gold, Old Battersea Bridge’ (Noguchi, Yone): 43-43
To Turner: At the Tate Gallery (Noguchi, Yone): 43-43
Ezra Pound—III (De Bosschère, Jean): 44-44
The Death of the Machines (Fletcher, John Gould): 45-45
Correspondence: The Great Sex Spiral: A Criticism of Miss Marsden’s ‘Lingual Psychology,’ Chapter I (Williams, William Carlos): 46-46
Advertisements: 46-48
The Egoist
Vol. 4, No. 4
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1917-05
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 49-49
Lingual Psychology—VIII: Language and the Origination of the Concept (Marsden, D.): 49-54
Eyes, Eyelings, Stare-Eyes (Sologub, Feodor; Cournos, John): 54-54
In the Orchard (Read, Herbert): 54-54
Eurydice—I-VII (H. D.): 54-55
‘Le Feu’: Book Review of ‘Le Feu’ by Henri Barbusse (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 55-57
Dialogues of Fontenelle—XI: Strato, Raphael of Urbino (Fontenelle, Bernard le Bovier de; Pound, Ezra): 57-58
Daughter of Zeus (Aldington, Richard): 58-58
L’ Amoureux: Strophe II (Divoire, Fernand): 58-58
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 58-59
Tarr—Part V (A Megrim of Humour), Chapter VIII (Lewis, Wyndham): 60-61
Valentine de Saint-Point (A. M.): 61-62
Poems from Bermuda: Kitchener of Dinan (Glaenzer, Richard Butler): 62-62
Poems from Bermuda: Bermudan Roofs (Glaenzer, Richard Butler): 62-62
Advertisements: 58-58, 62-64
The Egoist
Vol. 4, No. 5
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1917-06
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 65-65
Lingual Psychology—IX: Notes on the Origin of Conceptual Activity (Marsden, D.): 65-69
Notice about the Editorial Staff (Editor of “The Egoist”): 69-69
The Lock (Coppard, A. E.): 69-69
The Oracle (Coppard, A. E.): 69-69
Evil Malady (Aldington, Richard): 70-70
Dialogues of Fontenelle—XII: Bombastes Paracelsus and Molière (Fontenelle, Bernard le Bovier de; Pound, Ezra): 70-71
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 71-72
Drunken Helots and Mr. Eliot: Book Review of ‘Prufrock and Other Observations’ by T. S. Eliot (Pound, Ezra): 72-74
James Joyce and His Critics: Some Classifed Comments: 74-74
‘Authority, Liberty and Function’ (Carter, Huntly): 74-75
Tarr—Part VI (Holocausts), Chapters I-II (Lewis, Wyndham): 75-78
Advertisements: 78-80
The Egoist
Vol. 4, No. 6
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1917-07
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 81-81
Lingual Psychology—X: ‘In the Beginning Was the Word’—The Soul: A Definition (Marsden, D.): 81-86
The Look-Out (H. D.): 87-87
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 87-89
The Letters of J. B. Yeats: Book Review of ‘Passages from the Letters of John Butler Yeats,’ selected by Ezra Pound (Eliot, T. S.): 89-90
Fragment de Mon Chant de Guerre (Vanderpyl, Fritz R.): 90-90
Vers Libre and Arnold Dolmetsch (Pound, Ezra): 90-91
The French Word in Modern Prose—VII: Rachilde: ‘La Tour d’Amour’ (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 91-92
A Ruined House (Aldington, Richard): 92-92
Tarr—Part VI (Holocausts), Chapter V (Lewis, Wyndham): 93-95
Advertisements: 95-96
The Egoist
Vol. 4, No. 7
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1917-08
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 97-97
Lingual Psychology—XI: A Theory of Knowledge (Part 1) (Marsden, D.): 97-101
Notice: 101-101
From a Castle in Ireland (Symons, Arthur): 102-102
The Noh and the Image (T. S. E.): 102-103
Arnold Dolmetsch (Pound, Ezra): 104-105
Battle-Field (Aldington, Richard): 105-105
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 105-106
Tarr—Part VI (Holocausts), Chapters VI-VII (Lewis, Wyndham): 106-109
Miss Zoe (Huxley, A.): 109-109
The Unseen Attendant (Durak, B.): 110-110
Correspondence: The Great Sex Spiral: A Criticism of Miss Marsden’s ‘Lingual Psychology’ (Williams, William Carlos): 110-111
Advertisements: 101-101, 111-112
The Egoist
Vol. 4, No. 8
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1917-09
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 113-113
Lingual Psychology—XI: A Theory of Knowledge (Part II): A Definition of Attention (Marsden, D.): 113-116, 127-128
A Music-Hall in Barcelona (Symons, Arthur): 117-118
Hands (Aldington, Richard): 118-118
Reflections on Contemporary Poetry—I (T. S. E.): 118-119
The French Word in Modern Prose—VIII: Jules Romains: ‘Mort de Quelqu’un’ (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 119-120
Elizabethan Classicists—I (Pound, Ezra): 120-122
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 122-122
The Rebirth of the Importance of France (Carter, Huntly): 122-123
Tarr—Part VII (Swagger Sex), Chapters I-II (Lewis, Wyndham): 123-127
Advertisements: 128-128
The Egoist
Vol. 4, No. 9
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1917-10
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 129-129
Noticeable Features in the Acquiring of a Substitute Language: 129-132
Mutual Recriminations (Barry, Iris): 132-132
Reflections on Contemporary Poetry (Eliot, T. S.): 133-134
The Fever (J.): 134-135
Elizabethan Classicists—II (Pound, Ezra): 135-136
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 136-137
The Delicacies (Williams, William Carlos): 137-138
Le Bien-Aimé (Lyster, Margaret): 138-138
Tarr—Part VII (Swagger Sex), Chapters III-V (Lewis, Wyndham): 138-141
The Everlasting Sorrow: A Japanese Noh Play (Noguchi, Yone): 141-143
American Poems: Towards the End (Michelson, Max): 143-143
American Poems: Profile (Shanafelt, Clara): 143-143
American Poems: Pageants (Wagstaff, Blanche Shoemaker): 143-143
Advertisements: 143-144
The Egoist
Vol. 4, No. 10
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1917-11
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 145-145
Lingual Psychology—XII: A Detailed Moment of Consciousness (Marsden, D.): 145-150, 159-159
Reflections on Contemporary Poetry (Eliot, T. S.): 151-151
Tarr—Part VII (Swagger Sex), Chapter VI, and Epilogue (Lewis, Wyndham): 152-153
Notes Taken in Constantinople and Sofia (Symons, Arthur): 153-154
Elizabethan Classicists—III (Pound, Ezra): 154-156
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 156-156
Passing Clouds—I-V (Noguchi, Yone): 156-157
‘Pay Agatha Penrhys …’ (Barry, Iris): 157-158
My England Again (M. C.): 158-159
The Baron of Jauioz: A Ballad of Brittany (Anon; Milman, S. F.): 159-159
Correspondence: Balmont (Montagu-Nathan, M.): 159-159
Advertisements: 159-160
The Egoist
Vol. 4, No. 11
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1917-12
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 161-161
Lingual Psychology—XIII: Notes of a Theory of Memory and Will (Marsden, D.): 161-165
Correspondence: Excerpted Letter on ‘Elizabethan Classicists’ (Spence, J. A. D.): 165-165
Correspondence: Excerpted Letter on Dismissive Review of Rupert Brooke (Trundlett, Helen B.): 165-165
Correspondence: Excerpted Letter on Arthur Symons’s ‘Notes Taken in Constantinople and Sofia’ (Grimble, Charles James): 165-165
Correspondence: Excerpted Letter on The Egoist’s Philosophical Articles (Conybeare, Charles Augustus): 165-165
Correspondence: Excerpted Letter on Wyndham Lewis’s Objections to the Grin (Schwarz, Muriel A.): 165-165
Rodin, a Master Man: To His Memory (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 166-167
The Late Auguste Rodin (Rouveyre, André): 166-166
Turgenev: Book Review of ‘Turgenev’ by Edward Garnett (Eliot, T. S.): 167-167
Elizabethan Classicists—IV (Pound, Ezra): 168-168
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 168-169
War (Hutchinson, Mary): 169-172
Short Reviews: Book Review of ‘Poems’ by Alan Seeger: 172-172
Short Reviews: Book Review of ‘Covent Garden, and Others’ by Guy Rawlence: 172-172
Short Reviews: Book Review of ‘Earth of Cualann’ by Joseph Campbell: 172-173
Short Reviews: Book Review of ‘The Tenth Muse’ by Edward Thomas: 173-173
Poetic Drama (Storer, Edward): 173-174
Three New Words (Carter, Huntly): 174-175
Memories of Dominica: Morne Anglais (Glaenzer, Richard Butler): 175-175
Memories of Dominica: The Wilderness (Glaenzer, Richard Butler): 175-175
Memories of Dominica: The Calvary (Glaenzer, Richard Butler): 175-175
The Anglo-French Society (Pallister, T. H.): 175-175
Notice to Readers: 175-175
Advertisements: 165-165, 169-169, 175-176
The Egoist
Vol. 5, No. 1
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1918-01
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 1-1
In Memory of Henry James (Eliot, T. S.): 1-2
Notice (Editor of “The Egoist”): 2-2
‘The Middle Years’: Book Review of ‘The Middle Years’ by Henry James (Pound, Ezra): 2-3
The Two Unfinished Novels: Book Review of ‘The Sense of the Past’ and ‘The Ivory Tower’ by Henry James (Gomez, Enrique): 3-4
‘The Turn of the Screw’ (Waley, Arthur): 4-4
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 4-5
A Sordid Story (J.): 6-8
Elizabethan Classicists—V (Pound, Ezra): 8-9
Tae-Kwae (Henry, Leigh): 9-9
Broken Tryst (Henry, Leigh): 9-9
Tsuya Dreams (Henry, Leigh): 9-9
Ennui (Henry, Leigh): 9-9
Short Reviews: ‘The Fortune’ by Douglas Goldring: 10-10
Short Reviews: ‘Summer’ by Edith Wharton: 10-10
Alfred de Vigny on the Art of the Stage (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 10-10
Alfred de Vigny on the Art of the Stage: Alfred de Vigny’s Letter to Lord― (de Vigny, Alfred): 10-15
Correspondence: Balmont (“Your Correspondent”): 15-15
Announcements: 15-15
Advertisements: 5-5, 15-16
The Egoist
Vol. 5, No. 2
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1918-02
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 17-17
Lingual Psychology—XIV: The Power of the Will (Marsden, D.): 17-23
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 23-24
Apathy (Aldington, Richard): 25-25
On the Intellectual Plane (Samuel, Horace B.): 25-26
Liberations: Studies of Individuality in Contemporary Music—XII: Déodat de Séverac, A Modern Pastoral Poet in Music (Henry, Leigh): 26-30
Extract from ‘Il Marzocco’ (Angeli, Diego): 30-30
Important Notice: 30-30
‘An Alphabet of Economics’ (Carter, Huntly): 31-31
Change (Bodenheim, Maxwell): 31-31
Correspondence: Voice and Mind (Groff, Alice): 31-31
Announcements: 31-31
Advertisements: 24-25, 32-32
The Egoist
Vol. 5, No. 3
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1918-03
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 33-33
Lingual Psychology—XV: The Constitution of the World and the Character of Our Scientific Knowledge (Marsden, D.): 33-37
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 38-38
To My Head Clerk (Barry, Iris): 38-38
Literature and the American Courts (Eliot, T. S.): 39-39
Les Saisons—III (Aeschimann, Paul): 39-39
Liberations: Studies of Individuality in Contemporary Music—XII (cont.): Déodat de Séverac, A Modern Pastoral Poet in Music (Henry, Leigh): 40-41
Pictures in the Hermitage in Petrograd (Symons, Arthur): 41-43
Verse Pleasant and Unpleasant (Apteryx): 43-44
The French Word in Modern Prose—IX: Francis de Miomandre (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 44-45
The New God (Fletcher, J. G.): 45-46
First Love (J.): 46-47
Correspondence: Disowning Captain Arthur Eliot (Eliot, T. S.): 47-47
Announcements: 47-47
Advertisements: 37-37, 39-39, 47-48
The Egoist
Vol. 5, No. 4
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1918-04
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 49-49
Philosophy: The Science of Signs—XV (cont.): Two Rival Formulas (Marsden, D.): 49-54
Soldier’s Song (Aldington, Richard): 54-54
Disjecta Membra: Book Review of ‘Tendencies in Modern American Poetry’ by Amy Lowell (Eliot, T. S.): 55-55
Black Earth (Moore, Marianne): 55-56
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 56-57
The Novels of Dorothy Richardson: Book Review of ‘Pointed Roofs,’ ‘Backwater,’ and ‘Honeycomb’ (Sinclair, May): 57-59
Two American Poets—I: William Carlos Williams—Book Review of Williams’ ‘Al Que Quiere!’ (Fletcher, John Gould): 60-60
Two American Poets—II: Conrad Aitken—Book Review of Aiken’s ‘Nocturne of Remembered Spring, and Other Poems’ (Fletcher, John Gould): 60-60
Professional, Or…: Book Review of ‘The Stucco House’ by Gilbert Cannan and ‘Hearts of Controversy’ by Alice Meynell (Apteryx): 61-61
Vibrations: The End of the Strike (Henry, Leigh): 62-62
Vibrations: Meeting (Henry, Leigh): 62-62
Vibrations: A Fantasy (Henry, Leigh): 62-62
The Anglo-French Society: A Notice Issued by the Society: 62-63
A New Annual (R. A.): 63-63
Correspondence: The ‘Mercure de France’ and English Literature (Rodker, John): 63-63
Advertisements: 54-54, 59-59, 61-61, 63-64
The Egoist
Vol. 5, No. 5
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1918-05
12 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 65-65
Philosophy: The Science of Signs—XVI (I-II): Our Philosophy of the ‘Real’ (Marsden, D.): 65-69
Hymn to Virginity (Rodker, John): 69-69
Observations: Review of ‘Others: An Anthology,’ ‘French Literary Studies’ by T. B. Rudmose-Brown, and ‘Irish Literary Studies’ by Ernest A. Boyd (Apteryx, T. S.): 69-70
‘Psittacus Eois Imitatrix Ales ab Indis’ (Sitwell, Sacheverell): 70-70
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 71-71
The Anglo-French Society and M. Davray (Pound, Ezra): 72-72
Towards a Theatre of Peace (Carter, Huntly): 72-73
A Celebration (Williams, William Carlos): 73-74
The French Word in Modern Prose—X: Jean Giraudoux: ‘Provinciales’; ‘L’Ecole des Indifférents’; ‘Lectures pour une ombre’ (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 74-75
Shorter Notices: Review of ‘On Heaven, and Other Poems’ by Ford Madox Hueffer: 75-75
Shorter Notices: Review of ‘Dunch’ by Susan Miles: 75-75
Shorter Notices: Review of ‘Exiles of the Snow, and Other Poems’ by Launcelot Hogben: 75-75
Shorter Notices: Review of ‘The Sayings of the Children,’ written down by their mother, Pamela Glenconner: 75-75
Our Contemporaries: 75-75
Advertisements: 71-71, 75-76
The Egoist
Vol. 5, No. 6
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1918-06 / 1918-07
12 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 77-77
Philosophy: The Science of Signs—XVI (III-IV): Our Philosophy of the ‘Real’ (Marsden, D.): 77-82
Notice: 82-82
Claude Debussy—I-II (Symons, Arthur): 82-83
Reinforcements (Moore, Marianne): 83-83
Contemporanea: Book Review of ‘Tarr’ by P. Wyndham Lewis and ‘The People’s Palace’ by Sacheverell Sitwell (Eliot, T. S.): 84-85
Passing Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 85-85
People of the Universe: Book Review of ‘Serbo-Croatian Plays’ by Josip Kosor (Sitwell, Sacheverell): 85-86
French Poems: Chant Nocturne (Canudo): 86-87
Shorter Notices: Review of ‘Chamber Music’ by James Joyce: 87-87
Shorter Notices: Review of ‘Potboilers’ by Clive Bell: 87-87
Shorter Notices: Review of ‘Resentment’ by Alec Waugh: 87-87
Shorter Notices: Review of ‘The Little School’ by T. Sturge Moore: 87-87
Shorter Notices: Review of ‘Per Amica Silentia Lunae’ by William Butler Yeats: 87-87
Advertisements: 88-88
The Egoist
Vol. 5, No. 7
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1918-08
12 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 89-89
Philosophy: The Science of Signs—XVI (V-VII): Our Philosophy of the ‘Real’—III. The Organic Determination of Our Science of Mechanics (Marsden, D.): 89-93
Claude Debussy—III (Symons, Arthur): 93-94
Fighting Paris (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 94-95
The Fish (Moore, Marianne): 95-95
Early Translators of Homer—I: Hughes Salel (Pound, Ezra): 95-97
The Road (Aldington, Richard): 97-98
The French Word in Modern Prose—XI: Alain-Fournier: ‘Le Grand Meaulnes’ (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 98-98
The Japanese Noh Play (Noguchi, Yone): 99-99
Short Notices: Reviews of ‘In the Valley of Vision’ by Geoffrey Faber, ‘Sonnets and Poems’ by Eleanor Farjeon, ‘—Eques’ by E. F. A. Geach and D. E. A. Wallace, and ‘Resentment’ by Alec Waugh (T. S. E.): 99-99
Advertisements: 100-100
The Egoist
Vol. 5, No. 8
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1918-09
12 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 101-101
Philosophy: The Science of Signs—XVI (VIII): Our Philosophy of the ‘Real’—IV. Space and Substance (Marsden, D.): 101-105
‘Tarr’: Book Review of ‘Tarr’ by Wyndham Lewis (Eliot, T. S.): 105-106
Early Translators of Homer—II: Andreas Divus (Pound, Ezra): 106-108
The French Word in Modern Prose—XII: Jean-Richard Bloch: ‘… et Cie’ (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 108-109
Charity and Grace in the Work of May Sinclair (De Bosschère, Jean): 109-111
Vision (Butts, Mary): 111-111
The Meditation of a Lover at Daybreak (Read, Herbert): 111-111
Advertisements: 112-112
The Egoist
Vol. 5, No. 9
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1918-10
12 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 113-113
Studies in Contemporary Criticism (Eliot, T. S.): 113-114
The Work of Miss Rebecca West (D. M.): 114-119
Passing Paris: Contrasts in Fiction―Book Review of ‘… et l’amour ensuite’ by J. H. Rosny Aîné, ‘La Belle Enfant, ou l’Amour a 40 ans’ by Eugène Montfort, and ‘Fumées dans la Campagne’ by Edmond Jaloux (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 119-120
Early Translators of Homer—III (Pound, Ezra): 120-121
Dawns (Aldington, Richard): 121-121
An Unacademic Academician: François de Curel—I (Boyd, Ernest A.): 121-122
Numbers (Sinclair, May): 122-123
At Rivière (Read, Herbert): 123-123
The End of the Strike (Henry, Leigh): 123-123
Advertisements: 123-124
The Egoist
Vol. 5, No. 10
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1918-11 / 1918-12
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 125-125
Philosophy: The Science of Signs—XVII: Truth—I. Its Objective (Marsden, D.): 125-129
Passing Paris: A Quintet: A Duet: A Solo—Review of ‘Les Silences de Colonel Bramble’ by André Maurois; ‘Le Singe et son Violon’ by Lucie Paul-Margueritte; ‘Les Moments perdus de John Shag’ by Gilbert de Voisins; Marie Lenéru; and Annie de Pène (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 129-130
Hellenist Series—IV: Sappho (Pound, Ezra): 130-131
Deaths of Common Men (Aldington, Richard): 131-131
Studies in Contemporary Criticism—II: Book Review of ‘Emile Verhaeren’ by Albert Mockel and ‘Pavannes and Divisions’ by Ezra Pound (Eliot, T. S.): 131-133
A Church on a Hill (Storer, Edward): 133-133
Minstrels (Sitwell, Edith): 133-134
Three Georgian Novelists—I (Goldring, Douglas): 134-136
Élégie à Paul Drouot (Thomas, Louis): 136-136
Towards a Peace Theatre—I: The Need (Carter, Huntly): 136-137
Death of Guillaume Apollinaire (Severini, Gino): 137-137
An Unacademic Academician: François de Curel—II (Boyd, Ernest A.): 137-138
Hymn to Death, 1914 and On (Rodker, John): 138-138
The Gate (J.): 138-139
Correspondence: ‘The English Review’ vs. ‘Poetry’ (Monroe, Harriet; Harrison, Austin): 139-139
Notice: 139-139
The Work of Miss Rebecca West: Correction (Editor of “The Egoist”): 139-139
Advertisements: 140-140
The Egoist
Vol. 6, No. 1
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1919-01 / 1919-02
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 1-1
Philosophy: The Science of Signs—XVII: Truth—II. The Processes Involved in Its Growth (Marsden, D.): 1-6
Hellenist Series—V: Aeschylus (Pound, Ezra): 6-9
The French Idea (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 9-10
Three Georgian Novelists—II (Goldring, Douglas): 10-10
The ‘Lament for Adonis’ (Aldington, Richard): 10-11
Ulysses—Episode II (Joyce, James): 11-14
Notice: 14-14
Towards a Peace Theatre—II: The Elements (Carter, Huntly): 15-15
Correspondence: Mimodrama (Rodker, John): 15-15
Correspondence: United States Poetry (Jepson, Edgar): 16-16
Advertisements: 16-16
The Egoist
Vol. 6, No. 2
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1919-03 / 1919-04
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 17-17
Philosophy: The Science of Signs—XVII: Truth—III. The Meaning of Error (Marsden, D.): 17-22
Disdain (Aldington, Richard): 23-23
Proem (Aldington, Richard): 23-23
Bombardment (Near Lens, 1917) (Aldington, Richard): 23-23
Doubt—I-III (Aldington, Richard): 23-23
Epigrams—I-II (Aldington, Richard): 23-23
Possession (Aldington, Richard): 23-23
Reserve (Aldington, Richard): 23-23
Performances of Old Music: 23-23
The French Idea (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 24-24
Hellenist Series—VI (Pound, Ezra): 24-26
Ulysses—Episode III (Joyce, James): 26-30
Three Georgian Novelists—III (Goldring, Douglas): 30-30
Towards a Peace Theatre—III: A New Definition of Drama and Its Technique (Carter, Huntly): 30-31
The Italian Idea (M. C.): 31-31
‘The Anglo-French Review’: 32-32
‘Quia Pauper Amavi’: 32-32
The Adelphi Gallery: 32-32
Advertisements: 32-32
The Egoist
Vol. 6, No. 3
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1919-07
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 33-33
Philosophy: The Science of Signs—XVII: Truth—IV. The Measure of Authority which Egoism Allows to the Science of External Nature (Marsden, D.): 33-38
The Late Singer (Williams, William Carlos): 38-38
Reflections on Contemporary Poetry: Book Reviews of ‘Naked Warriors’ by Herbert Read, a Dada Collection by Tristan Tzara, and ‘The Charnel Rose, and Other Poems’ by Conrad Aiken (Eliot, T. S.): 39-40
The Russian Ballets (Henry, Leigh): 40-42
Ulysses—Episode VI (Joyce, James): 42-46
Carl Spitteler (Boyd, Ernest A.): 47-48
Announcements: 48-48
The Egoist
Vol. 6, No. 4
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1919-09
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 49-49
Philosophy: The Science of Signs—XVII: Truth—V. How the Theory of the ‘Ego’ Requires Us to Construe Death (Marsden, D.): 49-53
The French Idea (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 53-54
Tradition and the Individual Talent—I (Eliot, T. S.): 54-55
Ulysses—Episode VI (cont.) (Joyce, James): 56-60
Carl Spitteler—II (Boyd, Ernest A.): 60-62
Women (Scott, Evelyn): 62-62
Towards a Peace Theatre—IV: What Is It? (Carter, Huntly): 62-63
Blackwelliana: Book Reviews of ‘Galleys Laden’ by Four Writers, ‘Wine and Gall’ by L. & R., ‘Verses, Wise and Otherwise’ by M. Nightingale, ‘Dreams and Journeys’ by Fredegond Shore, ‘Napoo’ by Helen Hamilton, ‘Tales of the Sarai’ by Shirreff, ‘The Defeat of Youth and Other Poems’ by A. Huxley, ‘Clowns’ Houses’ by Edith Sitwell, and ‘Songs for Sale’ edited by E. B. C. Jones (Rodker, John): 63-64
Correspondence: United States Poetry (Letter I) (Monroe, Harriet): 64-64
Correspondence: United States Poetry (Letter II) (Aitken, Conrad): 64-64
Correspondence: ‘La Vraie Italie’ (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 64-64
Advertisements: 64-64
The Egoist
Vol. 6, No. 5
Weaver, Harriet Shaw (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1919-12
16 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 65-65
Philosophy: The Science of Signs—XVIII: The Egoistic Interpretation of Future Time (Marsden, D.): 65-70
Notice to Readers: 70-71
Tradition and the Individual Talent—II-III (Eliot, T. S.): 72-73
Chicago (Williams, William Carlos): 73-73
The French Idea: At Home and Abroad (Ciolkowska, Muriel): 73-74
Ulysses—Episode X (Joyce, James): 74-78
A Tardy Obeisance (Scott, Evelyn): 78-79
Dream Realities: (Phases of France) (M. C.): 79-80
‘Action’: 80-80
Advertisements: 80-80