The Freewoman (1911)

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Prospectus

“The chief event of this week is our own first appearance. The publication of The Freewoman marks an epoch. It marks the point at which Feminism in England ceases to be impulsive and unaware of its own features, and becomes definitely self-conscious and introspective.” —The Editors of The Freewoman, issue 1.1 (3)

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Subtitle: A Weekly Feminist Review
Editor: Dora Marsden
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Index of Issues


The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 1 | November 23, 1911
Subtitle: Subtitle A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by: Dora Marsden, Mary Gawthorpe

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Contents 1
Bondwomen 1
Notes of the Week 3
A Definition of Marriage by Edmund B. D’Auvergne 5
Der Bund für Mutterschutz A German League for the Protection of Mothers by Bessie Drysdale 6
Feminism under the Republic and the Early Empire—I by Amy Haughton 7
Contemporary Recognition of Polygamy by E. S. P. H. 9
The Spinster by One 10
The Fashioning of Florence Isabel by E. Ayrton Zangwill 11
The Illusion of Propagandist Drama by Ashley Dukes 13
The Psychology of Sex by J. M. Kennedy 14
A University Degree for Housewives? by Educationist 16
The Sheltered Life by Winifred Hindshaw 18

The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 2 | November 30, 1911
Subtitle: Subtitle A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by: Dora Marsden, Mary Gawthorpe

Contents 21
Commentary on Bondwomen 21
Notes of the Week 23
The Tragedy of the Happy Marriage by Charles Whitby M.D. 25
Women’s Municipal Lodging Houses by Mary Higgs 26
The Gospel According to Shaw by G. R. S. Taylor 27
Feminism under the Republic and the Early Empire—II by Amy Haughton 28
Correspondence by Florence Harris; Robena Nicholson; E. Ayrton Zangwill; Lilian Dove-Willcox; Catherine T. Corbett, M.S.; Maraget E. Hill, B.Sc.; “Single, but Undismayed”; WM. A. Willox; Mrs. Annie Parsons 30
Correspondence: Marriage and Motherhood by I. D. Pearce 31
Correspondence: ‘A Definition of Marriage’ by H. F. Stephens 32
Beauty by E. H. Visiak 33
Doth a Man Travail with Child? by M. D. Eder 33
The Tyranny of Words by C. Granville 34
Freewomen and the Birth-Rate by Dr. Drysdale 35
Book Review of Hilda Lessways by Arnold Bennett by Hilda Lessways 37
The Position of Women in Indian Life Book Review of The Position of Women in Indian Life by Her Highness the Maharani of Baroda and S.M. Mitra by Cicely Fairfield 39

The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 3 | December 7, 1911
Subtitle Subtitle A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by Dora Marsden, Mary Gawthorpe

Contents 41
To the Women’s Social and Political Union by Mary Gawthorpe 41
Notes of the Week 42
Man at Home by Fanny Johnson 45
Self-Sacrifice by Winifred Hindshaw 46
Mr. Asquith Will Die by H. G. Wells 47
Woman, Education, and Islam by Duse Mohamed 47
A Strike by J. J. Mallon 49
Book Review of The Reward of Virtue by Amber Reeves by E. S. P. H. 50
Correspondence by Muriel Nelson; Mary N. Murray; Isabel Leatham; Mary Higgs; Eric Gill; A Spinster; Adele Meyer 51
Correspondence A Plea for Courtesy by Hertha Ayrton 51
Correspondence Marriage and Motherhood by Edmund B. D’Auvergne 52
Correspondence A Manchester Resolution 54
The Editors’ Reply (Ed. of The Freewoman by H. G. Clark 55
Feminism under the Republic and the Early Empire—III by Amy Haughton 57

The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 4 | December 14, 1911
Subtitle Subtitle A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by Dora Marsden, Mary Gawthorpe

Contents 61-61
The New Morality 61-62
Notes of the Week 63-64
Speculations on Sex War by Vir 65-66
Spinsters in the Making Types I—The College Woman by Helen Hamilton 66-68
Women’s Municipal Lodging-Houses—II By Mary Higgs 68-69
The Failures by E. H. Visiak 69-69
Correspondence (Coralie M. Boord; “Educationist”; I. D. Pearce; E. Jacobs; Katharine Douglas-Smith; “A Mere Subscriber”; Helen Gordon Clark M.D.) 70-72
Correspondence The Public Criticism of the W.S.P.U. by Teresa Billington Greig 70-70
Correspondence Marriage and Motherhood by Edmund B. D’Auvergne 71-71
The Editors’ Reply by Mary Gawthorpe 72-73
The Sanctions of Modern Monogamy by E. S. P. H. 74-74
Nelly by Mallon 75-75
Feminism and the Propagandist Drama by G. L. Harding 76-78
Notes on Art by B. A. S. 78-78
International Notes by B. Drysdale 79-79


The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 6 | December 28, 1911
Subtitle Subtitle A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by Dora Marsden, Mary Gawthorpe

Contents 101-101
The New Morality Part II 101-102
Notes of the Week 103-103
The Dethronement of the Pompadour by Holbrook Jackson 104-105
State Maternity Homes by F. W. L. R. 105-106
Woman—and the Revolution by Selwyn Weston 106-107
Rodin on Art by Muriel Ciolkowska 107-108
Domesticity by Charles J. Whitby 109-110
Why Women Work by P. R. Bennett 110-110
Correspondence (Eric Gill; C. F. Hunt; A. F. T.; Sophy Gudini; I. D. Pearce) 111-112
Education from the Universal Standpoint Foreword by Philip Oyler 113-114
Feminism under the Republic and the Early Empire — IV (continued) by Amy Haughton 114-115
Mater Dei by Oxoniensis 115-115
Another Way of Spinsterhood by Elizabeth Barry 116-117
Their Wrongs Are Mine by M. J. Marshall 117-117
Em’ly’s Josiah by Monica Harthan 117-119


The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 7 | January 4, 1912
Subtitle Subtitle A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by Dora Marsden, Mary Gawthorpe

Contents 121-121
The New Morality — III 121-122
Notes of the Week 123-123
The Philosophy of the Woman’s Question by Cecil H. Palmer 124-125
The Persian Woman by R. H. Moreland 125-126
The Case for Divorce Law Reform by E. P. S. Haynes 126-127
‘Uranians’ by Harry J. Birnstingl 127-128
The Psychology of Personalities 129-130
Correspondence (Coralie M. Boord; Isabel Leatham; Horace Holby; Edmund B. D’Auvergne; D. E. Dunn; E. Jacobs; C. J. P.) 130-132
Freewomen and the Birth-Rate — III by C. V. Drysdale 132-135
Feminism under the Republic and the Early Empire — V by Amy Haughton 135-137
Biscuits! by K. D. Scott 137-138
A Vindication by Muriel Nelson D’Auvergne 139-139


The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 8 | January 11, 1912
Subtitle Subtitle A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by Dora Marsden, Mary Gawthorpe

Contents 141-141
The New Morality — IV 141-142
Notes of the Week 143-143
Biscuits! — II by K. D. Scott 144-145
An American Critic of Social Values by M. P. Willcocks 145-147
The Unimportance of the Woman’s Movement by Arthur D. Lewis 147-148
Millennium by Selwyn Weston 148-149
‘Seeing, They Shall See Not’ by B. L. 149-150
Correspondence (C. F. Hunt; W. G. Ramsay-Fairfax; Isabel Leatham; Britomart; Hospital Matron; Jane Craig; Jennie C. Brace) 151-152
A Freewoman’s Attitude to Motherhood by Edith A. Browne 153-155
Feminism under the Republic and the Early Empire — VI by Amy Haughton 155-156
Orthodoxy by Horace Holley 156-156
The Influence of Women in Music by D. C. Parker 156-157
Foreign Notes by B. Drysdale 158-158
Militancy in Women by E. M. White 158-159
A Common Woman by Gladys Jones 159-159


The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 9 | January 18. 1912
Subtitle Subtitle A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by Dora Marsden, Mary Gawthorpe

Contents 161-161
The New Morality — V 161-162
Notes of the Week 163-163
Divorce by Upton Sinclair 164-166
Home Products by Gladys Jones 166-167
Tertium Quid by Charles J. Whitby 167-169
The Gospel according to Chesterton H. F. Rubinstein 169-170
To the Idolaters by E. H. Visiak 170-170
Correspondence (Wordsworth Donisthorpe; Chas. F. Hunt; G. E. M.; Dorothy C. Leile; I. Curtis, I. G. C.; B. L.; Militant Suffragist; Jennie C. Brace; Harry J. Birnstingl; S. B. Hocking) 171-173
Great Fleas by Selwyn Weston 173-174
Idealism and Feminism by C. M. H. Edwards 174-175
The Unspeakable by Ellen S. Gaskell 176-176
Education from the Universal Standpoint — II The Education of the Parent 177-178
The Freewoman by Guy A. Aldred 178-179


The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 10 | January 25, 1912
Subtitle Subtitle A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by Dora Marsden, Mary Gawthorpe

Contents 181-181
A Plea for Psychology 181-182
Notes of the Week 183-184
‘Seeing, They Shall See Not’ — II by B. L. 185-186
The Prevention of Venereal Disease by E. S. P. Haynes 186-187
The Tyranny of Home by Edith A. Browne 187-189
Uranians — II by Harry J. Birnstingl 189-190
Correspondence (C. H. Norman; Arthur D. Lewis; Chas. F. Hunt; A. H. T.; Arthur D. Lewis; Mrs. P. Sherwen; Jane Craig; K. D. Scott) 190-192
Anarchy in Art by Selwyn Weston 193-194
Freewomen and the Birth-Rate — IV by C. V. Drysdale 194-196
An Expensive Wife by B. A. S. 196-199
Song of a Night by J. G. Fletcher 199-199
Advertisements 189-189, 196-200


The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 11 | February 1, 1912
Subtitle Subtitle A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by Dora Marsden, Mary Gawthorpe

Contents 201-201
The Over-and-Above in Life 201-202
Notes for the Week 202-204
Where Women Work — I Teaching by Various Hands 205-208
Modesty by Winifred Hindshaw 208-208
Mr. Upton Sinclair and Sex Institutions A Criticism by W. B. Esson 208-209
The Failure by Selwyn Weston 210-210
Correspondence A Definition of Marriage by Edmund D’Auvergne 211-211
Correspondence An Appeal to the Happily Married by A Man, Married and Happy 211-211
Correspondence The Freewoman and Life Problems by Frank Watts 211-211
Correspondence Malthusianism and Henry George by C. V. Drysdale 212-212
Correspondence A Question by H. B. 212-212
Correspondence Population and Food Supply by C. F. Hunt 212-212
Correspondence The Intellectual Limitations of the ‘Normal’ by Albert E. Löwy 212-213
Correspondence The Sex Function by A. B. 213-213
Correspondence Divorce by Coralie M. Boord 213-213
Correspondence Karl Marx and the Single Tax by C. F. Hunt 213-214
Correspondence College Education for Workers by Winifred Horrabud 214-214
Correspondence Population and Economics by Arthur D. Lewis 214-215
Erratum by Ed. of “The Freewoman” 215-215
A Matter of Taste by Charles J. Whitby M.D. 215-216
Dulayut, a Siamese Child 217-219
Advertisements 209-209, 215-220


The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 12 | February 8, 1912
Subtitle A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by Dora Marsden, Mary Gawthorpe

Contents 221-221
The Drudge 221-223
Notes of the Week 223-224
Milton’s ‘Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce’ by E. H. Visiak 225-226
A Y.W.C.A. Home by Former Residents 227-228
The Ultimate Dread by Winifred Rose Carey 228-228
Biscuits — III by K. D. Scott 229-229
Supplementary Manifesto by Trades and Labour Council (Reading) 229-230
Correspondence Asceticism and Passion by E. M. Watson 231-231
Correspondence Early Marriage and Prostitution by Lionel Kingsley 231-231
Correspondence Limitation of Population Letter One by A. Herbage Edwards 231-232
Correspondence Limitation of Population Letter Two by Coralie M. Boord 232-232
Correspondence Uranians by M. S. 232-232
Correspondence Discussion of Sex-Questons by E. S. P. Haynes 232-233
Correspondence The Representative System by Minnie Glassman 233-233
Correspondence Karl Marx and the Single Tax by Arthur D. Lewis 233-233
Recreation as Labour by Theodora Roscoe 234-234
The Human Minority by Harry J. Birnstingl 235-235
Emancipation by Guy A. Aldred 236-238
Feminism and the Destiny of Humanity by Alfred E. Bing 238-239
Advertisements 227-228, 233-233, 235-235, 237-240


The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 13 | February 15, 1912
Subtitle A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by Dora Marsden, Mary Gawthorpe

Contents 241-241
Daughters of Ishmael 241-242
The Seneschal by Selwyn Weston 242-242
The White Sea by E. H. Visiak 242-242
Topics of the Week 243-244
An Appeal 244-244
Where Women Work — II Teaching by Various Hands 245-246
Aphorisms by Charles J. Whitby, M. D. 247-247
Sex and Civilisation by E. S. P. Haynes 247-248
Labour Notes An Annus Mirabilis by G. L. Harding 248-249
The Gospel according to Mrs. Humphry Ward by Rebecca West 249-250
Correspondence Concerning ‘The Drudge’ by “Home-Worker” 251-251
Correspondence The Difficulties of the Working Mother by A. F. 251-252
Correspondence Two Practical Suggestions by B. Low 252-252
Correspondence Asceticism and Passion by Kathlyn Oliver 252-252
Correspondence Continence and Marriage by The Wife of the Man Married and Happy 252-252
Correspondence Utility to What End? by P. Sherwin 252-253
Correspondence David Graham Phillips by Messrs. Appleyard and Co. 253-253
Population and the Food Supply by Dr. Drysdale 253-255
King’s College for Women by Rona Robinson M.Sc. 255-257
Luang Sawat, B.A. — I by B. A. S. 257-259
The Eternal Amateur by T. Baty 259-259
Advertisements 248-248, 253-253, 256-260


The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 14 | February 22 1912
Subtitle A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by Dora Marsden, Mary Gawthorpe

Contents 261-261
To What End in Life? 261-262
The Great Adventure Maude Sansom Carter 262-262
Topics of the Week 263-266
Education from the Universal Standpoint — III The Education of the Parent by Philip Oyler 267-268
Population and the Food Supply — II by C. V. Drysdale 268-269
Correspondence Clearing the Ground by A Grandmother 270-270
Correspondence The Chastity of Continence? by A New Subscriber 270-270
Correspondence The Status of Sex by F. M. P. 270-271
Correspondence Limitations of Parentage by A Truth Seeker 271-271
Correspondence Children and the Lower Appetite by Rationalist 271-271
Correspondence The Excitation of Sex Discussions by Frank Watts 271-271
Correspondence Undue Emphasis on Sex by A Reader 271-271
Correspondence A Conundrum by The Happy Husband of Coralie M. Boord 271-272
Correspondence Continence and Marriage by The Wife of the Man Married and Happy 272-272
Correspondence A Home Worker by Home Worker 272-272
Response to the Letter in ‘A Home Worker’ by Ed. of “The Freewoman” 272-272
Correspondence The Permanency of Women’s Work by Florence Graham 272-273
Correspondence A Mother’s Criticism by M. S. 273-273
Correspondence Co-operative Housekeeping by B. W. F. Starling 273-273
Correspondence A Residential Club by William H. Seed 273-273
Correspondence A Retort by Rose Witcop 273-273
Correspondence The Idealism of Sex Relations by Winifred Rose Carey 273-274
Correspondence Uranians by Scython 274-274
Correspondence Imperial Naturalisation and Loss of Nationality by Marriage by Hon. Secretary 274-274
Correspondence The Aëthnic Union by Your Correspondent 274-274
Our Prison System by Guy A. Aldred 275-277
Beauty and Progress Towards a Principle for a New Social Science in Art by Selwyn Weston 277-278
The Aëthnic Union by T. Baty 278-279
An Appeal 279-279
Advertisements 269-269, 274-274, 276-277, 279-280


The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 15 | February 29, 1912
Subtitle A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by Dora Marsden, Mary Gawthorpe

Correspondence
Contents 281-281
Woman Endowed or Free? 281-283
Topics of the Week 283-286
The Great Unclassed — I by Walter M. Gallichan 286-288
The Home Office Blunderer by Guy A. Aldred 288-290
Correspondence Chastity and Normality by Kathlyn Oliver 290-290
Correspondence A Psychological Morality Test by Inquirer 290-290
Correspondence Sex Instruction and the Young by A Mother 290-291
Correspondence Uranians by C. J. Whitby 291-291
Correspondence Pruriency and Sex Dicussions by E. S. P. Haynes 291-291
Correspondence ‘Freewoman’ Clubs by B. L. 291-291
Correspondence Group-Houses by Miss Dorothy Chapman 291-291
Correspondence A Group of the ‘Fourth Party’ (Lilian Anderson B.Sc.; Charlotte Hunter; Jane Craig LL.A.; Elizabeth P. Cumming) 291-291
Correspondence Teachers under the Insurance Act by R. J. P. Mortished 292-292
Correspondence A Motive for Suffragism by The Despised Suffragist 292-292
Correspondence Food and Population by Arthur D. Lewis 292-293
Correspondence Population and the Food Supply by W. A. Macdonald 293-293
Correspondence Potential Food Supplies and an Unlimited Population by C. F. Hunt 293-293
Correspondence A Challenge to the Malthusian Population Theory by Israel Horowitz 293-294
Correspondence A Message to Letter-Writers by Ed. of “The Freewoman” 294-294
Home Science King’s College for Women by Rona Robinson M. Sc. 294-296
‘What Diantha Did’ Book Review of ‘What Diantha Did’ by Charlotte Perkins Gilman by A. F. 296-297
Luang Sawat, B.A. — II by B. A. S. 297-299
Advertisements 289-289, 294-294, 298-300


The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 16 | March 7, 1912
Subtitle: A Weekly Feminist Review
edited: by Dora Marsden, Mary Gawthorpe

Contents 301-301
Mr. Wells to the Attack Freewomen and Endowment by H. G. Wells 301-302
Topics of the Week 303-304
Sex and the State by Wordsworth Donisthorpe 305-306
Soldiers, Shepherds, and the Woman Question — I by Josephine Baker 306-307
The Gospel according to Granville Barker by Rebecca West 307-309
The Dangerous Age A Tract for the Times by C. Gasquoine Hartley 309-310
Correspondence The ‘I Am’ and the ‘I Do’ by Hubert Wales 310-310
Correspondence Development of Food Resources by Fred Collins 310-311
Correspondence A Coming Famine? by G. H. Martyn 311-311
Correspondence State Endowment of Motherhood by A Socialist 311-311
Correspondence The Feeding of Infants by Home Worker 312-312
Correspondence The Individualism of Motherhood by Helen Winter 312-312
Correspondence In the Name of the Nation (A. Watters; Vernon H. Carey; S. Skelhorn) 312-312
Correspondence Group Houses by A. Herbage Edwards 312-312
Correspondence Who Are the ‘Normal’? by A New Subscriber 312-313
Correspondence The ‘Normal’ Again by F. M. P. 313-313
Correspondence The Transmutations of Sex by Hibernian 313-313
Correspondence Mind and Body by Mary Bull 313-313
Correspondence The Aesthetic Status of Sex by C. H. 313-314
Correspondence Individualism in Morals by Tallis Avis 314-314
Correspondence ‘Freewoman’ Clubs by Ethel Bradshaw 314-314
Correspondence Australian and New Zealand Women Voters’ Committee (London) by Harriet C. Newcomb 314-314
Where Women Work — III Clerical Work by Various Hands 315-316
Luang Sawat, B.A. — III by B. A. S. 317-318
Foreign Affairs by G. L. Harding 318-319
Advertisements 313-314, 316-320


The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 17 | March 14, 1912
Subtitle: A Weekly Feminist Review
edited: by Dora Marsden

Contents 321-321
Women Endowed 321-323
Topics of the Week 323-324
The Great Unclassed — II by Walter M. Gallichan 325-326
The Administration of Justice in the Divorce Court by C. H. Norman 326-328
The Great Equation by Selwyn Weston 328-328
Free Art by Edith A. Browne 329-331
Correspondence A Reply to Mr. Hubert Wales by Rebecca West 331-331
Correspondence Why Do We Discuss Sex? by Coralie M. Boord 331-332
Correspondence More Plain-Speaking by Kathlyn Oliver 332-332
Correspondence The Discussion of ‘Moral Putrescence’ by Frank Watts 332-332
Correspondence The Economic Basis of Polygamy by E. G. R. Taylor 332-332
Correspondence Beauty Pain and Joy by E. B. 332-332
Correspondence Co-Education and Understanding between the Sexes by Vis Unita Fortior 332-332
Correspondence ‘Line upon Line, Precept upon Precept’ by Mimi Brodie 333-333
Correspondence Some Notes on the Population Theory by E. Lindsay 333-333
Correspondence Food and Population by Arthur D. Lewis 333-334
Correspondence Freewoman Clubs by Mrs. Margaret Walker 334-334
‘Manalive’ Book Review of ‘Manalive’ by G. K. Chesterton by Rebecca West 334-335
The Sound of the Coal by A. C. Helen Meredith Macdonald 335-335
The Fire Screen by William Foss 336-336
Population and the Food Supply by C. V. Drysdale 336-339
Advertisements 325-325, 333-334, 337-340


The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 18 | March 21, 1912
Subtitle: A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by: Dora Marsden

Contents 341-341
Woman Endowed (H. G. Wells; Ed. of “The Freewoman”) 341-342
Topics of the Week 343-344
Sex and the State — II by Wordsworth Donisthorpe 345-347
Soldiers, Shepherds, and the Woman Question — II by Josephine Baker 347-347
The Wife by Louise Heilgers 347-348
Views and Vagabonds Book Review of ‘Views and Vagabonds’ by Rose Macaulay by Rebecca West 348-349
Man the Sentimentalist by William Foss 349-350
Education from the Universal Standpoint — IV Simple Rules of Health for Adults by Philip Oyler 350-351
Correspondence The Devastating Freewoman by Helen Hamilton 352-352
Correspondence Motives by E. S. P. Haynes 352-352
Correspondence ‘To What End in Life?’ by A. P. Michell 352-352
Correspondence The Individualism of Motherhood and the ‘Normal’ Woman by A Would-Be Freewoman 353-353
Correspondence A W.S.P.U. Defence by Amy Haughton 353-353
Correspondence Experience and Understanding by A New Subscriber 354-354
Correspondence Feminism and Socialism by Isabel Leatham 354-354
Correspondence ‘The Freewoman’ by Edith A. Browne 354-354
Correspondence Liberty for the Asking by Florence S. Howard Burleigh 354-354
Correspondence The Prostituted and the Vote by Bloomsbury 354-355
Correspondence Food and Population by C. V. Drysdale 355-356
Correspondence Food and Population — A Reply to C.V. Drysdale by Arthur D. Lewis 356-357
Correspondence A Reply to Mr. Lewis by C. F. Hunt 357-357
Correspondence Food and Population by W. A. Macdonald 357-358
Correspondence An American Critic of Malthus by A. Wangemann 358-358
Correspondence Association of Women Clerks and Secretaries by Vera Collum 358-359
Correspondence National Union of Clerks by Herbert H. Elvin 359-359
Of Suffragettes and Others by Henry Bryan Binns 359-359
Advertisements 345-345, 354-355, 357-360


The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 19 | March 28, 1912
Subtitle: A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by: Dora Marsden

Contents 361-361
Creation and Immortality 361-362
Home by E. H. Visiak 362-362
Topics of the Week 363-364
Syndicalism by Guy A. Aldred 365-367
On the Importance of Being Human by William Foss 367-368
‘Woman Adrift’ Book Review of ‘Woman Adrift’ by Harold Owen by Rebecca West 368-369
The English Criminal by Donald Campbell 369-372
An Interpretation of ‘The Miracle’ by Charles J. Whitby, M.D. 372-373
A Discussion Circle 373-373
Correspondence The ‘Don’t Shoot’ Prosecutions by George Lansbury 373-373
Correspondence Motherhood and Child-Rearing by P. W. 373-373
Correspondence Endowment of Motherhood by R. J. P. Mortished 374-374
Correspondence A Socialised Feminism by Millicent Murby 374-375
Correspondence ‘The Freewoman’ and Social Movements by I. D. Pearce 375-375
Correspondence Why Do We Discuss Sex? by S. Skelhorn 376-376
Correspondence Facilities for Scientific Studies in Sex by Coralie M. Boord 376-376
Correspondence Response to Coralie M. Boord’s Letter in ‘Facilities for Scientific Studies in Sex’ by Ed. of “The Freewoman” 376-376
Correspondence The Traps of Ignorance by “A Mother of Sons” 376-376
Correspondence ‘Normal and Abnormal’ by “Tout Pouvoir” 376-376
Correspondence The Love-Child by Gideon 376-376
Correspondence Mediocrity and Mr. Chesterton by E. A. Randall 376-376
Correspondence A Criticism by Emma Attwood 376-377
Correspondence Superficial Unity and the W.S.P.U. by Annie Ball 377-377
Correspondence Population and Food by Fred Collins 377-377
Correspondence The Inculcation of Vegetarianism by Wm. J. Tull 378-378
Correspondence Collapse of Malthus by C. F. Hunt 378-378
Correspondence The Adequacy of the Earth by C. F. Hunt 378-378
Correspondence Food and Population by Arthur D. Lewis 378-378
Correspondence A Reply to Dr. Drysdale by Israel Horowitz 378-379
Advertisements 365-365, 369-369, 375-376, 378-380


The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 20 | April 4, 1912
Subtitle: A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by: Dora Marsden

Contents 381-381
The Emancipation of Man 381-383
Topics of the Week The Rejection of the Conciliation Bill by George Lansbury 383-384
The Conquest of the Heart by Charles J. Whitby, M. D. 385-385
Co-operative Housekeeping and the Domestic Worker — I by Alice Melvin 386-387
The Matador of the Five Towns Book Review of ‘The Matador of the Five Towns’ by Arnold Bennett and ‘The Charwoman’s Daughter’ by James Stephens by Rebecca West 387-388
Family Affection by Winifred Hindshaw 388-390
Genius and Decadence by Selwyn Weston 390-391
A Y.W.C.A. Home by A Y.W.C.A. Boarder 391-391
Distant and Random Shots by E. H. Visiak 392-392
Sir Almroth Wright on Militant Hysteria by A. E. Wright 392-394
Love Eternal by Regina Miriam Bloch 394-394
Correspondence The Servile State by R. J. P. Mortished 395-395
Correspondence Sex-Equality and the Conciliation Bill by I. D. Pearce 395-395
Correspondence Endowment of Motherhood by Russell Scott 396-396
Correspondence The Remedy? by Veturia 396-397
Correspondence Wellsian Prototypes of Freewomen by E. M. Watson 397-398
Correspondence A Reply by Coralie M. Boord 398-398
Correspondence Women in ‘Mixed’ Trade Unions by Dolly Lansbury 398-398
Correspondence On the Loose Principle by Kathlyn Oliver 398-399
Correspondence Our Great Solemnity by M. A. F. 398-399
Correspondence The Single-Tax Again by Arthur D. Lewis 399-399
Advertisements 385-385, 389-389, 392-394, 398-400


The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 21 | April 11, 1912
Subtitle: A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by: Dora Marsden

Contents 401-401
The New Prostitution by C. H. Norman 401-402
Topics of the Week Women and Labour 402-404
Two Plays by Tchekhof Book Review of ‘Two Plays by Tchekhof’ [‘The Cherry Orchard’ and ‘The Seagull’] by Anton Chekhov, translated by George Calderon by Rebecca West 405-406
The Woman Offender La Nostalgie de la Boue by Donald Campbell 406-409
The Present State of the Suffrage Question Male Reflections by Francis Bickley 409-410
Abolition of Domestic Drudgery by Co-operative Housekeeping — II by Alice Melvin 410-412
A New Name for a New Virtue by Horace Holley 412-412
Mine and Thine by B. A. S. 412-415
Discussion Circles 415-415
London Orphan Asylum, Watford An Appeal 416-416
The Final Scheme of Things and Miss Violet Markham by Coralie M. Boord 416-416
Correspondence Mr. Upton Sinclair’s Reply to Critics by Upton Sinclair 417-417
Correspondence The Blackleg of Labour by Dorian Parker 417-417
Correspondence A Reply to Mr. Lansbury by Norah O’Shea 417-418
Correspondence Endowment of Motherhood by Rachel Graham 418-418
Correspondence Social Reform and Limitation of Population by J. C. Flügel 418-419
Correspondence Questions for Dr. Drysdale by C. F. Hunt 419-419
Correspondence A Y.W.C.A. Home by G. M. T. 419-419
Advertisements 405-405, 409-409, 415-416, 418-418, 420-420


The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 22 | April 18 1912
Subtitle: A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by: Dora Marsden

Contents 421-421
The Servile State 421-423
Topic of the Week ‘Some Thoughts on Religion’ — Book Review of ‘Modern Religion’ by G. Bernard Shaw, ‘Modern Morality and Modern Toleration’ by E.S.P. Haynes, and ‘The Rebel and His Disciples’ by Guy A. Aldred 423-424
A New Formula by Charles J. Whitby, M. D. 425-426
Woman A Reply to Miss Cicely Hamilton by William Foss 426-426
‘Futurism’ by Harry J. Birnstingl 427-429
Food and Population by C. V. Drysdale 429-433
Wings of Desire Book Review of ‘Wings of Desire’ by M.P. Willcocks by Rebecca West 433-434
Discussion Circles 434-434
The Happy Child by E. H. Visiak 434-434
Correspondence The Remedy by Walter M. Gallichan 434-434
Correspondence ‘Let the Women Be Alive!’ by Ada Nield Chew 434-436
Correspondence Remedies for Disease by A Reader 436-436
Correspondence Women in ‘Mixed Trade Unions’ by Mimie Brodie 436-436
Correspondence Wanted — The Grounds For Differentiation by A New Subscriber 436-437
Correspondence On the Importance of Being Human by M. S. 437-437
Correspondence Corporal Punishment of Girls by Mother, No. 2 437-437
Correspondence The Human Complex by Marah 437-438
Correspondence The Value of the Quick Unbalance of Women by Ellen S. Gaskell 439-439
Correspondence A Correction by Coralie M. Boord 439-439
Advertisements 425-425, 429-429, 433-433, 435-435, 437-440


The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 23 | April 25, 1912
Subtitle: A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by: Dora Marsden

Contents 441-441
Chivalry 441-443
Topics of the Week Hunger Strikes 443-444
Topics of the Week The Aftermath 444-445
Why Not? by John Galsworthy 446-447
Men, Mind and Morals Book Review of ‘Problems of Men, Mind and Morals’ by E. Belfort Bax and ‘The Solemnization of Jacklin’ by Florence Farr by Rebecca West 447-448
The Right to Love by August Schvan 448-450
Feminism and Shipwrecks by A. B. 450-450
French Feminism by Dr. Madeleine Pelletier 451-451
Syndicalism and Women by Gaylord Wilshire 451-452
Woman and Mankind Chapter XIV of Weininger’s ‘Sex and Character’ — I by Otto Weininger 452-455
The Grudge by Henry Bryan Binns 455-455
Correspondence Note to Correspondents by Ed. of “The Freewoman” 456-456
Correspondence Questions by Vincent Nello 456-456
Correspondence Genius and Decadence by M. Ciolkowski 456-456
Correspondence Cages for Husbands by ‘Freischütz’ 456-456
Correspondence The Age of Chivalry by S. Skelhorn 456-456
Correspondence Corporal Punishment by Amy Montague 456-456
Correspondence A Detached Impression by ‘Tiens Ferme’ 456-458
Correspondence Food and Population by Fred Collins 458-458
Correspondence Neo-Malthusianism and the Working Classes by Isabel Leatham 458-459
Correspondence ‘Made by Man’ by C. F. Hunt 459-459
Correspondence Food and Population by Arthur D. Lewis 459-459
Advertisements 446-446, 449-449, 454-454, 456-460


The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 24 | May 2 1912
Subtitle: A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by: Dora Marsden

Contents 461-461
Interpretations of Sex 461-462
Topics of the Week Judge Not 462-464
Topics of the Week The Discussion Circle by B. Low 464-464
Government and Crime by C. H. Norman 465-467
‘The True Traveller’ Book Review of ‘The True Traveller’ by W.H. Davies by Rebecca West 467-468
The New Order — I The New Parliament Social Reconstruction by Free Concert (W. Allan Macdonald; Henel Meredith Macdonald) 468-470
Woman and Mankind Chapter XIV of Weininger’s ‘Sex and Character’ — II by Otto Weininger 470-473
‘Divorce’ by Charles Granville 473-474
Contrasts in Black and White by Ernest Crosby 474-474
Correspondence Praise and Blame by E. H. Visiak 475-475
Correspondence The Servile State by Ronald J. P. Mortished 475-475
Correspondence ‘Remedies for Disease’ by Mimi Brodie 475-476
Correspondence Knowledge Wanted by Northerner 476-476
Correspondence The New Chivalry by Katharine Susannah Prichard 476-477
Correspondence The ‘Titanic’ and the Miners by K. D. Scott 477-477
Correspondence ‘Titanic’ Morality by A. I. B. 477-477
Correspondence The Population Question by J. C. Flügel 477-478
Correspondence Land Taxing and England by Arthur D. Lewis 478-478
Correspondence ‘Agitate Educate Organise’ by J. F. H. 478-478
Correspondence A ‘Freewoman’? by C. M. Theobald 478-479
Correspondence Golden Rule Etiquette by Country Mouse 479-479
Correspondence Corporal Punishment of Girls by Rosalie R. Lewis 479-479
Correspondence ‘Daughters of Ishmael’ by Reginald Wright Kauffman 479-479
Advertisements 465-465, 472-474, 478-480


The Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 25 | May 5, 1912
Subtitle: A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by: Dora Marsden

Contents 481-481
Interpretation of Sex — II 481-482
Topics of the Week Browning 483-484
The Problem of Illegitimacy — I by William Foss 485-486
Two Poets Book Review of ‘Insurrections’ and ‘The Hill of Vision’ by James Stephens and ‘Moods, Songs, and Doggerels’ by John Galsworthy by Rebecca West 486-488
The Way of Circumstance A True Incident by Charles Granville 488-489
‘Talking about Shakespeare’ by H. F. Rubinstein 489-491
‘Max!’ Book Review of ‘Cartoons The Second Childhood of John Bull’ by Max Beerbohm by Lewis Melville 491-492
The New Order — II The New Landholder Social Freedom by Security of Subsistence by W. Allan Macdonald; Helen Meredith Macdonald 492-494
Correspondence Chivalry by E. H. Visiak 495-495
Correspondence Praise and Blame by A Woman 495-495
Correspondence Saving Women First by “Fair Play” 495-495
Correspondence Some Thoughts on Religion by D. Cameron, B. Sc. 495-496
Correspondence Hobbled Minds by “A Deficient and Disappointed Woman” 496-497
Correspondence Women’s Growing Antagonism towards Sex by A Grateful Reader 497-497
Correspondence The Right to Love by Highway Man 497-498
Correspondence How the State Penalises the Unmarried Mother by P. W. 498-498
Correspondence The Futurists by Gladys Jones 498-498
Correspondence The Status of Men by Mary Ware Dennett 498-499
Correspondence Rabbi Ben Ezra by Pedant 499-499
Advertisements 485-485, 489-489, 493-494, 496-500


The Freewoman | Vol. 1., No. 26 | May 16 1912
Subtitle: A Weekly Feminist Review
edited by: Dora Marsden

Contents 501-501
Interpretations of Sex — III 501-502
Topics of the Week Freewomen and Evolution 503-504
Topics of the Week Miss Malecka 504-504
A Sex Heresy by Charles J. Whitby, M. D. 505-507
The New Order — III The New Money Free Exchange between Free Organisers by W. Allan Macdonald; Helen Meredith Macdonald 507-509
‘In Accordance with the Evidence’ Book Review of ‘In Accordance with the Evidence’ by Oliver Onions by Rebecca West 509-510
True Kings! by Selwyn Weston 511-512
At the Grafton Galleries by Edward K. Guthrie 512-514
‘Freewoman’ Discussion Circle by B. Low 514-514
The Old Tale by Henry Bryan Binns 514-514
Correspondence The Problem of Illegitmacy by O. K. 515-515
Correspondence Praise and Blame by A Woman 515-515
Correspondence What Is a System? by Persephone 515-515
Correspondence Economic Lifeboats by C. F. Hunt 515-516
Correspondence The Right to Love by August Schvan 516-516
Correspondence Passion in Procreation by A Pro-test-ant 516-516
Correspondence Our Missing Red Corpuscle by W. D. 516-517
Correspondence ‘The Servile State’ by Tallis Avis 517-517
Correspondence A College for Working Women by M. Bridges Adams 517-518
Correspondence The Right to Produce by C. F. Hunt 518-518
Correspondence A Word for Trained Nurses by Theodora Roscoe 518-519
Correspondence Thought and Action by Persephone 519-519
Correspondence A Question of Values by F. Langworthy 519-519
Advertisements 505-505, 509-509, 513-514, 516-520


The Freewoman | Vol. 2, No. 27 | May 23, 1912
A Weekly Humanist Review
edited by: Dora Marsden

Contents 1-1
Interpretations of Sex — IV 1-2
Topics of the Week Those Eugenists Again! 3-4
Topics of the Week New Hearts 4-4
The Case of Strindberg by H. F. Rubinstein 5-7
The Problem of Illegitimacy — II Illegitimacy and Prostitution by William Foss 7-8
‘A Modern Crusader’ Book Review of ‘A Modern Crusader’ by Florence Edgar Hobson by Rebecca West 8-10
At the Royal Academy by Edward K. Guthrie 10-11
The New Order — IV The New Worker Free Production by Concerted Exchange by W. Allan Macdonald; Helen Meredith Macdonald 11-13
The Maternal Instinct by Winifred Hindshaw 13-14
The Cult of Incompetence Book Review of ‘The Cult of Incompetence’ by Emile Faguet by Lewis Melville 14-15
Co-operative Housekeeping and the Mother — III by Alice Melvin 15-16
‘The Freewoman’ 17-17
Correspondence Chivalry by Kenneth Grey 17-17
Correspondence The Serpent by Arthur Hewson 18-18
Correspondence Some Thoughts on Religion by Rachel Graham 18-19
Correspondence A Sex-Heresy by P. 19-19
Correspondence An Interpretation by W. A. W. 19-19
Correspondence The White Slave Traffic 19-19
Advertisements 5-5, 9-9, 13-14, 17-20


The Freewoman | Vol. 2, No. 28 | May 30, 1912
A Weekly Humanist Review
edited by: Dora Marsden

Contents 21-21
Political Offenders 21-22
Topics of the Week Syndicalism and Socialism 23-23
Topics of the Week Subsidies 23-24
Woman by Charles Granville 24-24
The Discussion Circle 24-24
Shall the Yoshiwara Be Rebuilt? by E. O. Wrench, M.D. 25-26
At the Royal Academy — II by Edward K. Guthrie 26-27
‘The Department Store’ Book Review of ‘The Department Store’ by Margarete Böhme and Rebecca West 27-28
An Engaged Young Man by Selwyn Weston 28-29
The New Order — V New Maids for Old Free Women in Marriage and Out by W. Allan Macdonald and Helen Meredith Macdonald 29-32
‘Woman Adrift’ Book Review of ‘Woman Adrift’ by Harold Owen by Ajax 32-33
The First Line of Defence A Farce in One Act by Helen Hamilton 34-36
Education from the Universal Standpoint — VI The Education of the Adult by Philip Oyler 36-37
Correspondence The Golden Key by O. Ricks 38-38
Correspondence An Estimation of Weininger by True Womanhood 38-38
Correspondence Problem of Illegitimacy — A Reply by O. K. 38-38
Correspondence A Critical Survey by J. S. N. Roche 38-39
Correspondence Optimism and Poets by F. Langworthy 39-39
Advertisements 25-25, 33-35, 37-37, 39-40


The Freewoman | Vol. 2, No. 29 | June 6, 1912
A Weekly Humanist Review
edited by: Dora Marsden

Contents 41-41
The Servile State — II 41-43
Topics of the Week Political Offences 43-44
Champions of Morality by C. H. Norman 45-46
The Fetish of the Domestic ‘Sweat-Shop’ by Himandher 46-47
East and West by E. K. Guthrie 47-48
Minor Poets Book Review of ‘The Strummings of a Lyre’ by F. Benham Burr, ‘The Cap of Care’ by James E. Pickering, ‘Sonnets’ by A. Pelham Webb, and ‘The Phantom Ship’ by E. H. Visiak and Rebecca West 48-49
Trafalgar Square by T. Bayard Simmons 49-49
The Malatesta Scandal by Guy A. Aldred 50-50
Interpretations of Life by Harry J. Birnstingl 50-51
The First Line of Defence A Farce in One Act (Concluded) by Helen Hamilton 51-53
The Love of Woman A True Character Sketch by C. W. L. 54-54
A Twentieth Century Arcadia by Horace B. Samuel 55-55
Correspondence Political Offenders by Mary Gawthorpe 55-55
Correspondence Woman and the House by Florence Edgard Hobson 56-56
Correspondence A Reply by Rebecca West 56-57
Correspondence The Melancholy Mr. Roche by C. H. Norman 57-58
Correspondence The Sins of the Fathers upon the Children by Mimi Brodie 58-58
Correspondence Religious or Pagan by Hatty Baker 58-59
Correspondence Atheists by Frances Prewett 59-59
Advertisements 45-45, 52-53, 55-56, 58-60


The Freewoman:
A Weekly Humanist Review
Vol. 2, No. 30
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-06-13
20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm
Contents 61-61
Sex and Character 61-63
Heaven by E. H. Visiak 63-63
Topics of the Week Wisdom While You Wait 64-64
The Judges and Hereditary Ability by C. H. Norman 65-66
Problem Plays and Novels by Wordsworth Donisthorpe 66-67
The Function of Passion (Willcocks, M. P.) 67-69
Rubens by E. K. Guthrie 69-70
Intrepretations of Life—II by Harry J. Birnstingl 70-72
‘Elsie Lindtner’ Book Review of ‘Elsie Lindtner’ by Karin Michaelis by Rebecca West 72-73
The Discussion Circle by B. Low 73-73
Correspondence Political Offenders by Mary Gawthorpe 74-74
Correspondence Strindberg (Skovgaard-Pedersen, Amy) 74-75
Correspondence ‘Pass the Bill’ (Vulliamy, Katherine) 75-76
Correspondence The Futile Bill by C. H. Norman 76-76
Correspondence Shall the Yoshiwara Be Rebuilt? (Duckham, R. McD.) 76-76
Correspondence Mr. Roche (Williamson, Robert) 76-76
Correspondence ‘Drainage Poets’ by F. Langworthy 76-77
Correspondence Some Thoughts on Religion (Morley, Florence E.) 77-77
Correspondence Interpretations of Sex (Mentur, Françoise) 77-78
Correspondence Free Unions (Randolph, Mary; Randolph, Stanley) 79-79
Correspondence ‘Champions of Morality’ (Slater, Gertrude) 79-79
Advertisements 65-65, 69-69, 75-80


The Freewoman:
A Weekly Humanist Review
Vol. 2, No. 31
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-06-20
20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm

Contents 81-81
The Immorality of the Marriage Contract 81-83
Topics of the Week The Way Out 83-84
An Alternative Bill by C. H. Norman 84-84
The Problem of Illegitimacy—III A Solution by William Foss 85-86
Truth and Untruth of the Times (Swan, F. R., Rev.) 86-87
Modernism in Morality The Ethics of Sexual Relationships (Warde, Julian) 87-88
‘A Night in the Luxembourg’ Book Review of ‘A Night in the Luxembourg’ by Remy de Gourmont by Rebecca West 88-90
Atheists by Fred Collins 90-92
Provided For (Johnson, Fanny) 92-94
A Vision in the Strand (Picciotto, Cyril) 94-94
In the Wake of the ‘Titanic’ (Macdonald, Helen Meredith) 95-95
Correspondence The Necessity? by E. M. Watson 95-95
Correspondence An Analogy (Wearne, Virginia K.) 95-96
Correspondence Pass the Bill (Vulliamy, Katharine) 96-96
Correspondence Champions of Morality (Fatum) 96-97
Correspondence The Oscar Wilde Monument by Gladys Jones 97-97
Correspondence Cooking and Drudgery (Gerrare, W.) 97-98
Correspondence Co-operative Housekeeping by Kathlyn Oliver 98-98
Correspondence Co-operative Housekeeping—A Response by the Author by Alice Melvin 98-98
Correspondence ‘Thought Mists’ (Kiernon, Nora) 99-99
Correspondence Les Filles de Joie (Huguenot) 99-99
Correspondence Atheists (Arnold, A. J.) 99-99
Correspondence ‘Free Unions’ (B. L.) 99-99
Advertisements 85-85, 89-89, 93-94, 96-97, 99-100


The Freewoman:
A Weekly Humanist Review
Vol. 2, No. 32
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-06-27
20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm

Cntents 101-101
Concerning the Idea of God 101-102
Gods (Mackereth, James A.) 102-102
Topics of the Week The Great Dynamic 103-104
Topics of the Week The Hunger-Strike 104-104
Interest (Kitson, Arthur) 105-109
Modernism in Morality The Ethics of Sexual Relationships—II (Warde, Julian) 110-111
An Engaged Young Man—II by Selwyn Weston 111-112
A Free Woman by Henry Bryan Binns 112-112
The Savarkar Infamy by Guy A. Aldred 113-114
Done For (O’Robin, F.) 114-115
‘The Freewoman’ Discussion Circle by B. Low 115-115
Correspondence Strindberg by H. F. Rubinstein 116-116
Correspondence The Rebuilding of the Yoshiwara (Wrench, G. T.) 116-116
Correspondence Shall the Yoshiwara Be Rebuilt? (Skovgaard-Pedersen, Amy) 116-117
Correspondence Problem Plays and Novels (Avon) 117-117
Correspondence ‘Political’ Offenders (Hindshaw, W.) 117-118
Correspondence ‘Spiritual Passion’ (Pulley, H. M.) 118-118
Correspondence Interpretations of Sex (Randolph, Mary; Randolph, Stanley) 118-118
Correspondence The Marriage Service (A Protestant) 118-118
Correspondence ‘Pass the Bill’ by C. H. Norman 118-119
Correspondence Cooking and Drudgery (Burnett, Alice C.) 119-119
Correspondence The Order of the Golden Age (Beard, Percy E., Hon. Secretary) 119-119
Correspondence The Humanitarian League 119-119
Advertisements 105-105, 109-109, 113-113, 115-115, 119-120


The Freewoman:
A Weekly Humanist Review
Vol. 2, No. 33
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-07-04
20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm

Contents 121-121
What Is Justice? by Charles J. Whitby, M. D. 121-122
Quien Sabe? by T. Bayard Simmons 122-122
Topics of the Week Suffragism 123-123
Topics of the Week The Labor Unrest (Kitson, Arthur) 123-124
Impressions of English Suffragism by Upton Sinclair 125-126
Male Chastity by E. S. P. Haynes 126-126
Art and the Theatre by E. K. Guthrie 127-128
The Singers (Skovgaard-Pedersen, Amy) 128-128
The House of Childhood Book Review of ‘The Montessori Method’ by Maria Montessori by Winifred Hindshaw 128-129
Modernism in Morality The Ethics of Sexual Relationships—III (Warde, Julian) 129-131
Have You Bought Your Rose? A Memory of Alexandra’s Day by William Foss 131-132
A Plea for Marriage Reform (Woods, R. C. Fletcher) 132-133
An Engaged Young Man—III by Selwyn Weston 134-134
Correspondence Mr. McKenna and Forcible Feeding by C. H. Norman 135-135
Correspondence The Immorality of the Marriage Contract by A New Subscriber 135-136
Correspondence The Marriage Contract Letter I (Hadley, Helena) 136-136
Correspondence The Marriage Contract Letter II (Chapman, D.) 136-136
Correspondence Cooking and Drudgery (Gerrare, W.) 136-136
Correspondence Life on Simple Lines (Frankland, George) 136-137
Correspondence Limitations? (Wearne, Virginia K.) 137-137
Correspondence Capital by Arthur Hewson 137-137
Correspondence Co-operative Housekeeping by Kathlyn Oliver 137-137
Correspondence Corporal Punishment (Mother No. 2) 137-138
Correspondence An Experience by M. S. 138-138
Correspondence A Definition by Arthur Hewson 138-138
Correspondence Champions of Morality Letter I (Young, Jessie) 138-138
Correspondence Champions of Morality Letter II (Cummings, Minnie) 138-138
Correspondence ‘Free Unions’ (B. L.) 138-139
Correspondence ‘Shall the Yoshiwara Be Rebuilt?’ by E. M. Watson 139-139
Correspondence Pharisees—Ancient and Modern (F. O’Robin) 139-139
Advertisements 125-125, 129-129, 132-133, 139-140


The Freewoman:
A Weekly Humanist Review
Vol. 2, No. 34
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-07-11
20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm

Contents 141-141
Ideas, or No Ideas? 141-143
Topics of the Week The Beginning 144-144
Robert and Clara Schumann Collaboration betweeen a Great Composer and His Wife (Harris, Clement Antrobus) 145-147
Spinsters and Art Book Review of ‘The Considine Luck’ by H.A. Hinkson, ‘The Spinster’ by Hubert Wales, and ‘The Trespasser’ by D.H. Lawrence by Rebecca West 147-149
History of Divorce Book Review of ‘History of Divorce’ by S.B. Kitchin (E. S. P. H.) 149-149
The Economic Freedom of Women by Ada Nield Chew 149-152
To Auguste Strindberg (Skovgaard-Pedersen, Amy) 152-152
‘The Freewoman’ Discussion Circle by B. Low 153-153
Maid’s Murder (Parker, O. S.) 153-153
Correspondence Mr. McKenna and Forcible Feeding—Letter I (The Editor of the “Christian Commonwealth”) 154-154
Correspondence Mr. McKenna and Forcible Feeding—Letter II (Slater, Maud) 154-155
Correspondence Mr. McKenna and Forcible Feeding—Letter III (Bain, A. M.) 155-155
Correspondence ‘The Idea of God’ (Small, M.) 155-155
Correspondence The Yoshiwara Controversy (Wrench, G. T.) 155-156
Correspondence Self-Abuse and Insanity (P. T. T.) 156-156
Correspondence Questions on Sex Oppression (Heyes, Bessie) 156-156
Correspondence A Women’s Point of View by Kathlyn Oliver 156-156
Correspondence Marriage Reform (A Protestant) 156-157
Correspondence The Children of the State (Tayleur, Richard) 157-157
Correspondence Champions of Morality (Elmore, Gladys) 157-158
Correspondence The Strand Statues (Blackmore, Millicent) 158-158
Correspondence Foods, Indigestion, and Philosophy (Dick, Hugo) 158-158
Correspondence A Nom de Plume (Browne, F. W. Stella) 158-158
Correspondence The Penal Reform League (Cobb, W. F., D.D.; St. John, Arthur) 158-159
Correspondence International Suffrage Congress (Schwimmer, Rosika) 159-159
Advertisements 145-145, 149-149, 152-153, 155-155, 157-160


The Freewoman:
A Weekly Humanist Review
Vol. 2, No. 35
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-07-18
20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm

Contents 161-161
The Immorality of the Marriage Contract A Commentary 161-164
Topics of the Week Why Revolt Drags 164-165
War and Finance (Kitson, Arthur) 166-167
The Economic Freedom of Women by Ada Nield Chew 167-169
‘Shadows out of the Crowd’ Book Review of ‘Shadows out of the Crowd’ by Richard Curle by Rebecca West 170-171
At Dawn by E. H. Visiak 171-171
The Signing of the Will 171-172
A National Gallery Reverie by E. K. Guthrie 172-173
New York at 99° in the Shade 174-174
Interpellation To Men and Women of All Civilized Countries (Stocker, Helene) 174-174
Correspondence Ideas or No Ideas (Willcocks, M. P.) 175-175
Correspondence Mr. McKenna and Forcible Feeding by C. H. Norman 176-176
Correspondence Illegitimacy (Edmund D’Auvergne B.) 176-176
Correspondence Shall the Yoshiwara Be Rebuilt? (Skovgaard-Pedersen, Amy, Madame) 176-176
Correspondence Concerning the Yoshiwara (Browne, F. W. Stella) 176-176
Correspondence Concerning the Idea of God (Cobb, W. F., D.D.) 177-177
Correspondence Self-Abuse and Insanity by A. B. 177-177
Correspondence ‘What Is Justice?’ (Hadden, S. E.) 177-177
Correspondence Child Marriages by Rachel Graham 177-178
Correspondence Capital by Arthur Hewson 178-178
Correspondence Cooking and Drudgery (Burnett, Alice C.) 178-178
Correspondence Legalised Prostitution by F. Langworthy 178-179
Correspondence Questions of Sex-Oppression by Guy A. Aldred 179-179
Advertisements 173-173, 177-180


The Freewoman:
A Weekly Humanist Review
Vol. 2, No. 36
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-07-25
20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm

Contents 181-181
The Poor and the Rich 181-183
Topics of the Week An Exhausted Idea 183-184
Topics of the Week The Strike 184-184
The New Socialism by Charles J. Whitby, M. D. 185-187
‘English Literature, 1880-1905’ Book Review of ‘English Literature, 1880-1905’ by J.M. Kennedy by Rebecca West 187-189
What Is Love? (Carlile, Richard) 189-191
On the Utility of Art An Appeal to Modern Enthusiasm—I Form (Ciolkowska, Muriel) 192-193
‘The Freewoman’ Discussion Circle by B. Low 193-194
Correspondence Note to Correspondents by Ed. of “The Freewoman” 194-194
Correspondence Interest (Fysher, Greevz) 194-196
Correspondence Ground-Rent by C. F. Hunt 196-196
Correspondence Child-Marriages (Woods, R. C. Fletcher) 196-197
Correspondence Divorce and the Marriage Contract (Browne, F. D. Stella) 197-197
Correspondence Divorce and the Marriage Contract—Response to F.D. Stella Browne’s Letter by Ed. of “The Freewoman” 197-197
Correspondence Mr. McKenna and Forcible Feeding (Bain, A. M.) 197-197
Correspondence Ideas or No Ideas? (O’Shea, N.) 197-197
Correspondence ‘The Idea of God’ (A Bystander) 197-198
Correspondence ‘What Is Justice?’ (Whitby, Charles J.) 198-198
Correspondence What? Whither? (A Disappointed Reader) 198-198
Correspondence ‘Spinsters and Art’ (X) 198-198
Correspondence A Critic (A Soldier) 198-199
Correspondence Self-Abuse and Insanity by E. M. Watson 199-199
Correspondence An Open Letter to W.C. Anderson (Chairman of the I.L.P.) (Price, R. Charles) 199-199
Correspondence Editorial Notes and Corrections by Ed. of “The Freewoman” 199-199
Advertisements 192-192, 194-195, 197-200


The Freewoman:
A Weekly Humanist Review
Vol. 2, No. 37
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-08-01
20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm

Contents 201-201
A New Aristocracy (Grierson, Francis) 201-202
Topics of the Week Interest (Kitson, Arthur) 202-204
Topics of the Week The Immorality of the ‘Morning Post’ Correspondence by Charles Granville 204-204
The New Saviours of Society (B. L.) 204-206
On the Utility of Art—II (Ciolkowska, Muriel) 206-208
Repertory and a New Morality (Rodker, J.) 208-208
The New Sense of Sin (Swan, F. R., Rev.) 209-210
Women as Sexualists (Smith, Grace Carter) 210-211
The Life History of Mary Smith, M.A.—I-III by Helen Hamilton 211-212
Correspondence Note to Correspondents by Ed. of “The Freewoman” 213-213
Correspondence Spinsters and Art by Rebecca West 213-213
Correspondence Ideas or No Ideas and Cheap Women (Willcocks, M. P.) 213-214
Correspondence Mr. C. H. Norman and Mr. McKenna by Mary Gawthorpe 214-215
Correspondence Mr. Norman’s Reply by C. H. Norman 215-215
Correspondence The New Working Women’s College (Adams, Bridges, Mrs.) 215-215
Correspondence A Reply to Mr. Price (Rosmer, John) 215-216
Correspondence Mr. McKenna and Forcible Feeding by C. H. Norman 216-216
Correspondence Virility in Women (Herrin, Edwin) 216-216
Correspondence The Editor of Interest (Fysher, Greevz) 216-217
Correspondence A Few Straight Questions to the Eugenics Society (Browne, F. W. Stella) 217-218
Correspondence The Seats of Authority (Gallichan, C. G.; Hartley, C. Gasquoine) 218-218
Correspondence Contracts (Hadley, Helena) 218-218
Correspondence Child Marriages by Kathlyn Oliver 219-219
Correspondence English Prudery (P. T. T.) 219-219
Correspondence In Response to Inquiries by Ed. of “The Freewoman” 219-219
Advertisements 214-214, 217-220


The Freewoman:
A Weekly Humanist Review
Vol. 2, No. 38
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-08-08
20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm

Contents 221-221
The Growing Ego—I 221-222
Topics of the Week Insurrection and Political Reform 223-224
‘The Freewoman’ Discussion Circle by B. Low 224-224
On the Utility of Art—II (cont.) Practical Application of the Foregoing Theories (Ciolkowska, Muriel) 225-227
An Unholy Trinity by E. K. Guthrie 227-228
Mongeham by E. H. Visiak 228-228
The Souteneur by Donald Campbell 228-229
The Cause of Financial Panics (Kitson, Arthur) 229-231
The Life History of Mary Smith, M.A.—IV-VI by Helen Hamilton 231-233
Comrade-Love by Henry Bryan Binns 233-233
Correspondence Note to Correspondents by Ed. of “The Freewoman” 234-234
Correspondence The Problems of Celibacy (Morgan, E. Noel) 234-234
Correspondence Nationalisation of Medicine (Smith, J. Barker, L.R.C.P.) 234-235
Correspondence Mother-Interest and Child-Training (Woods, R. C. F.) 235-235
Correspondence Spinsters and Art (X) 235-235
Correspondence ‘The Idea of God’ (A Bystander) 235-235
Correspondence The Money Question by Arthur D. Lewis 235-236
Correspondence Birds and Capital (Fysher, Greevz) 236-237
Correspondence Interest (Mylius, E. F.) 237-237
Correspondence Mr. Norman and Mr. McKenna by Mary Gawthorpe 237-239
Correspondence The Publication of Havelock Ellis by Bloomsbury 239-239
Advertisements 224-224, 232-233, 236-236, 239-240


The Freewoman:
A Weekly Humanist Review
Vol. 2, No. 39
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-08-15
20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm

Contents 241-241
Culture and Intellect (Grierson, Francis) 241-242
The Atlantean by E. H. Visiak 241-242
Topics of the Week The State and Freedom 243-244
Strindberg—The English Gentleman Book Review of ‘The Confession of a Fool’ and ‘Plays’ by August Strindberg by Rebecca West 245-246
The Cause of Financial Panics—II (Kitson, Arthur) 246-247
Will Men Govern When Women Have the Vote? by C. H. Norman 247-249
The New Order Series II—I The New Education Free Initiative and Life-Long Culture (Macdonald, W. Allan; Macdonald, Helen M.) 249-251
The Social Value of Women’s Suffrage by Horace Holley 251-254
The Disabilities of Women (Richardson, D. M.) 254-255
Correspondence Note to Correspondents by Ed. of “The Freewoman” 256-256
Correspondence Money, Capital and Interest (Kitson, Arthur) 256-256
Correspondence On Interest (Fysher, Greevz) 256-257
Correspondence Women and the Evolutionary Force (O’Shea, N.) 257-257
Correspondence The Children of the State (Tayleur, Richard) 257-258
Correspondence More Questions (Browne, F. W. Stella) 258-258
Correspondence On the Utility of Art (Ciolkowska, Muriel) 258-258
Correspondence Mr. McKenna and Forcible Feeding by C. H. Norman 258-259
Correspondence English Prudery (W. H. A.) 259-259
Correspondence The Problems of Celibacy (W. H. A.) 259-259
Correspondence Illegitimacy (Edmund D’Auvergne) 259-259
Advertisements 253-255, 258-260


The Freewoman:
A Weekly Humanist Review
Vol. 2, No. 40
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-08-22
20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm

Contents 261-261
Work and Life 261-262
Topics of the Week Ulster and the W.S.P.U. 263-264
The Case of Penelope (Edmund D’Auvergne B.) 265-266
Usury (Payment for the Use of Things) The Prime Cause of Want and Unemployment (Kitson, Arthur) 266-268
Strindberg—The English Gentleman Book Review of ‘The Confession of a Fool’ and ‘Plays’ by August Strindberg—II by Rebecca West 268-270
Mother-Interest and Child-Training by Ada Nield Chew 270-272
First Nights of London Plays (“Rita”) 272-274
£400 a Year by Helen Hamilton 274-275
Education from the Universal Standpoint—VII Fatherhood and Motherhood Philip Oyler 275-276
Correspondence Note to Correspondents by Ed. of “The Freewoman” 276-276
Correspondence Queries by Rachel Graham 276-277
Correspondence Mr. Wells on Intellectual Women by Isabel Leatham 277-277
Correspondence Money and Interest (Kitson, Arthur) 277-277
Correspondence The End of the Money-Market (Mylius, E. F.) 277-278
Correspondence The Human Trinity by C. F. Hunt 278-278
Correspondence A Hint of the Government by E. H. Visiak 278-278
Correspondence Money, Capital, and Interest by Arthur D. Lewis 279-279
Correspondence Mr. McKenna and Forcible Feeding by Mary Gawthorpe 279-279
Correspondence Re Kitson Works on Money (Finch, A. P.) 279-279
Advertisements 268-268, 274-274, 277-280


The Freewoman:
A Weekly Humanist Review
Vol. 2, No. 41
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-08-29
20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm

Contents 281-281
The Woman Movement and the ‘Ablest Socialists’ 281-285
Mr. Jones’ Defence by H. F. Rubinstein 286-288
Usury The Prime Cause of Want and Unemployment—II (Kitson, Arthur) 288-291
A Last Word on Whistler by E. K. Guthrie 291-292
The New Hygiene Natural Health Versus Economic Wealth by W. Allan Macdonald; Helen Meredith Macdonald 292-293
Correspondence Note to Correspondents by Ed. of “The Freewoman” 294-294
Correspondence A Correction by Bloomsbury 294-294
Correspondence The Competitive Spirit (Meulen, Henry) 294-294
Correspondence Land and Capital by C. F. Hunt 294-295
Correspondence Mr. McKenna and Forcible Feeding by C. H. Norman 295-295
Correspondence Insurrectionary Morality by Mary Gawthorpe 295-295
Correspondence The Case of Penelope (Theobald, Margaret) 295-296
Correspondence Chastity and Fidelity by Arthur D. Lewis 296-296
Correspondence Grades in Happiness (Morgan, E. Noel) 296-296, 298-298
Correspondence Rebecca West’s Attack on Men (Scotus) 298-298
Correspondence The Daughter and the Home (E. J. C.) 298-299
Correspondence The Forcible Feeding of Mrs. Leigh by Mary Gawthorpe 299-299
Correspondence The Lord Chief Justice and the Lash (The Humanitarian League) 299-299
Advertisements 289-289, 293-294, 296-297, 299-300


The Freewoman:
A Weekly Humanist Review
Vol. 2, No. 42
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-09-05
20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm

Contents 301-301
The Policy of ‘The Freewoman’ 301-305
‘The King’ Book Review of the ‘The King’ by Stephen Phillips, ‘Sonnets and Ballate of Guido Cavalcanti’ translated by Ezra Pound, and ‘Poems of Love and Earth’ by John Drinkwater by Rebecca West 306-307
The True Inwardness of Divorce (Whitby, Charles J.) 307-308
Will Men Govern When Women Have the Vote? by C. H. Norman 308-309
Currency and Co-operation (Kitson, Arthur) 309-310
Police Systems and Organised Crime by Donald Campbell 310-311
Notice to the Readers of ‘The Freewoman’ (The Editor of The Freewoman) 311-311
Correspondence The Policy of ‘The Freewoman’ (Wells, H. G.) 312-312
Correspondence The Normal Social State (East, Rachel) 312-313
Correspondence Work and Life by Rachel Graham 313-314
Correspondence Strindberg, Rebecca West, and Loneliness (R.) 314-314
Correspondence The Case of Penelope Letter I (Edmund D’Auvergne B.) 314-316
Correspondence The Case of Penelope Letter II (The Wife of the Writer of the Article) 316-316
Correspondence ‘The Remedy’ (Gay, Florence) 316-316
Correspondence Forcible Feeding by Mary Gawthorpe 316-316, 318-318
Correspondence The Forcible Feeding of Mrs. Leigh (P. T. T.) 318-318
Correspondence The Causes of Usury by Arthur D. Lewis 318-318
Correspondence State Banking and Currency v. Competition (Mylius, E. F.) 318-319
Correspondence Forcible Feeding Memorial (Skeffington, Hanna Sheehy) 319-319
Advertisements 309-309, 313-313, 315-320


The Freewoman:
A Weekly Humanist Review
Vol. 2, No. 43
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-09-12
20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm

C
The Slave 321-323
Topics of the Week On Machines 324-324
The Circle of Intelligence The Resurrectionists (Carter, Huntly) 325-326
The Machine A Criticism (Newfield, Maurice) 326-327
‘The Freewoman’ Discussion Circle (Browne, F. W. S.; Low, B.) 327-327
Correspondence Note to Correspondents by Ed. of “The Freewoman” 328-328
Correspondence The Policy of ‘The Freewoman’ by Arthur D. Lewis 328-328
Correspondence Anarchy, Democracy, and ‘The Freewoman’ (Shone, Jas. Fowler) 328-328
Correspondence ‘Crawling on All Fours’ and Crafts (Lafitte, Françoise) 328-329
Correspondence Mr. McKenna and Forcible Feeding, and Other Matters by C. H. Norman 329-329
Correspondence State-Aided Freedom by Tallis Avis 329-330
Correspondence Fidelity by E. M. Watson 330-330
Correspondence The Case of Penelope by Arthur D. Lewis 330-331
Correspondence Asceticism (Gordon-Menzies, Ina) 331-331
Correspondence—Letter I The Bann on ‘The Freewoman’ (Fox, Helen) 331-331
Correspondence—Letter II The Bann on ‘The Freewoman’ (Hewitt, W.) 331-331
Correspondence The Ethics of Flogging by M. A. F. 331-331
Correspondence Is Division of Labour Injurious? (Fysher, Greevz) 331-333
Correspondence Mr. Kitson’s Currency Theories (Kitson, Arthur) 333-333
Correspondence Dollars and Currency by C. F. Hunt 333-333
Correspondence ‘In Vindication of Competition’ (Meulen, Henry) 333-334
Correspondence Re Insurance Bill and Sanatoria (Thoumasom, Lucy) 334-335
Correspondence The Action of Mrs. Leigh by Mary Gawthorpe 335-336, 338-338
Correspondence The Mountjoy Prisoners by Mary Gawthorpe 338-339
Correspondence Note to Correspondents by Ed. of “The Freewoman” 339-339
Advertisements 328-328, 333-333, 335-340


The Freewoman:
A Weekly Humanist Review
Vol. 2, No. 44
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-09-19
20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm

Contents 341-341
Mos Pro Lege in New York by Reginald Wright Kauffman 341-342
The Legend by E. H. Visiak 342-342
Topics of the Week Conscription 343-343
Topics of the Week The Moralist’s Dilemma 343-345
Marriage Book Review of ‘Marriage’ by H.G. Wells by Rebecca West 346-348
The Philo-Thespians (Carter, Huntly) 348-349
The Working Women’s College (B. L.) 349-351
The New Order Series II — IV The New Religion Cosmic Harmony in Human Conduct (Macdonald, W. Allan; Macdonald, Helen M.) 351-352
Women Inventors (Rayner, G. H.) 352-353
Correspondence The Case for Constancy (Theobald, Margaret) 353-354
Correspondence The Case of Penelope (Edmund D’Auvergne B.) 354-354
Correspondence Fidelity by Kathlyn Oliver 354-354, 356-356
Correspondence ‘The Freewoman’ (Skeffington, F. Sheehy) 356-356
Correspondence Eugenics in America (Kerr, R. B.) 356-356
Correspondence Girls of To-Day (Male Pedant) 356-356
Correspondence Children’s Surnames (James, E. H.) 356-356, 358-358
Correspondence Special Treatment for Suffragists by Mary Gawthorpe 358-359
Correspondence Freemasons (N. I. L.) 359-359
Advertisements 345-345, 353-360


The Freewoman:
A Weekly Humanist Review
Vol. 2, No. 45
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-09-26
20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm

Contents 361-361
The Dances of the ‘Stars’ (Carter, Huntly) 361-362
Topics of the Week Voting 363-364
Topics of the Week Low Forms of Society 364-365
Topics of the Week Leadership 365-366
‘The New Humpty Dumpty’ Book Review of ‘The New Humpty Dumpty’ by Daniel Chaucer by Rebecca West 366-368
Leadership by Charles J. Whitby, M. D. 368-370
The New Order Series II — IV (continued) The New Religion Cosmic Harmony in Human Conduct (Macdonald, W. Allan; Macdonald, Helen M.) 370-370
‘The Freewoman’ Discussion Circle by B. Low 371-371
Correspondence Representation and Government by Frances Prewett 371-371
Correspondence Slaves! To Arms! (Lafitte, Françoise) 371-372
Correspondence The Original Impulse (Richardson, Dorothy) 372-372
Correspondence—Letter I The Case of Penelope (Edmund D’Auvergne B.) 372-373
Correspondence—Letter II The Case of Penelope by Arthur D. Lewis 373-373
Correspondence Rebecca West’s Review of ‘Marriage’ (X) 373-373
Correspondence Money by C. F. Hunt 373-374
Correspondence The Evil of Government by C. H. Norman 374-374
Correspondence To World’s End via the Cape (Herrin, Edwin) 374-375
Correspondence What Is Individualism? by Mary Gawthorpe 375-376, 378-379
Advertisements 367-367, 369-369, 374-380


The Freewoman:
A Weekly Humanist Review
Vol. 2, No. 46
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-10-03
20 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm

Contents 381-381
A One-Sided Philosophy by Charles J. Whitby, M. D. 381-382
Topics of the Week Snowdenism 382-384
Craigoscurosis (Carter, Huntly) 385-386
The Failure of Marriage by A. B. 386-387
Credit A Neglected Factor of Exchange (Meulen, Henry) 387-388
Moralities and Morality (Rodker, J.) 389-390
So Simple Book Review of ‘The Consumer in Revolt’ by Teresa Billington Greig, ‘Dreams, and Dream Life and Real Life’ by Olive Schreiner, and ‘The Naked Soul’ by Louise Heilgers by Rebecca West 390-391
The Harlot (Moult, Thomas) 391-391
Co-operative Farming for Women (Drysdale, Bessie) 392-393
Correspondence Note to Correspondents by Ed. of “The Freewoman” 393-393
Correspondence Society an Organism by Frances Prewett 393-393
Correspondence Voting and the Suffragists (Bird, K. Temple) 394-394
Correspondence Rebels and Government (Herrin, Edwin) 394-395
Correspondence The Ethics of Flogging (Salt, Henry S.) 395-395
Correspondence The Case of Penelope (Theobald, Margaret) 395-396, 398-398
Correspondence Christian Scientists and Action (Dixie, Frederick) 398-398
Correspondence The Inefficacy of Feeding by Force (Cheyne, T. K.) 398-398
Correspondence The Feminist Congress (Martyn, Edith How) 398-398
Correspondence The International Suffrage Shop (Lansbury, George; Swanwick, H. M.; Tchaykovsky, B.) 398-398
Correspondence An Open Letter to Mrs. Leigh (Wilkinson, Lily Gair) 399-399
Advertisements 384-384, 387-387, 394-400


The Freewoman:
A Weekly Humanist Review
Vol. 2, No. 47
Marsden, Dora (editor)
London Stephen Swift and Co. Ltd., 1912-10-10
8 p.; 33 x 22.5 cm
Contents 401-401
Our Last Issue (Marsden, Dora; Jardine, Grace) 401-402
The Widow’s Mite by E. H. Visiak 402-402
Two Books by David Graham Phillips Book Review of ‘The Conflict’ and ‘The Price She Paid’ by David Graham Phillips by Rebecca West 403-405
Shawkspeare as a Savoyard (Carter, Huntly) 405-406
Platonic Love Letters (Holmes, Mary) 406-408
‘The Freewoman’ Discussion Circle by B. Low 408-408
Note about Correspondence by Ed. of “The Freewoman” 408-408
Advertisements 403-404, 407-407