The New Freewoman (1913)

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The New Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 1 | 1913-06-15 
Subtitle: An Individualist Review
Edited by:
 Marsden, Dora

The Lean Kind 1
Views and Comments 3
Trees of Gold by Rebecca West 5
Social Atavism in California by Reginald Wright Kauffman 7
Mind and Movements: Woman’s New Era by Francis Grierson 10
The Eclipse of Woman: Notes on a Prehistoric Revolution—I: Ladies First! by F. R. A. I. 11
Concerning Free Love by Theodore Schroeder 12
Two Testaments by Benj. R. Tucker 15
The Golden Age by Huntly Carter 16
Correspondence: Personal Rights by J. H. Levy 17
Eve by Horace Holley 18

The New Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 2 | 1913-07-01
Subtitle: An Individualist Review
Edited by: Dora Marsden

Contents: 21-21
Intellect and Culture: 21-23
Views and Comments: 23-25
Note: 25-25
Nana by Rebecca West 26-27
Towards Reconstruction by Godfrey Blount, B.A. 27-29
The Eclipse of Woman—II: Queens and Kings by F. R. A. I. 29-30
Epstein’s Oscar Wilde Monument: An Interpretation by Horace Holley 30-31
Platonic Fantasias—I: Socratic Ideals by M. Holmes 31-33
The Evil That Words Do by Huntley Carter 33-34
A Race of Individuals by Winnifred W. Leisenring 34-35
A New Altar: Book Review of ‘The Truth about Woman’ by C. Gasquoine Hartley (Mrs. Walter Gallichan) by Barbara Low 35-37
Correspondence: Note to Correspondents by Ed. of “The New Freewoman” 37-37
Correspondence: Diderot on Maidenly Education by Benjamin R. Tucker 37-37
Correspondence: Does God Ever Think Twice? by Benjamin R. Tucker 37-37
The Plain Woman by Horace Holley 37-37
Advertisements: 30-30, 38-40


The New Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 3 | 1913-07-05
Subtitle: An Individualist Review
Edited by: Dora Marsden

Contents 41
Democracy 41
Views and Comments 43
The Belief in Personal Immortality: Book Review of ‘The Belief in Personal Immortality’ by E. S. P. Haynes and ‘The Invincible Alliance’ by Francis Grierson by Rebecca West 45
The Eclipse of Woman—III: White Slavery by F. R. A. I. 47
Paris Notes by Benjamin R. Tucker 49
Gerald Stanley Lee: A Book Review of ‘Crowds: A Study of the Genius of Democracy and of the Fears, Desires, and Expectations of the People’ by Gerald Stanley Lee by Allen Upward 50
Religion and Make-Believe by Godfrey Blount, B.A. 51
A Palimpsest by Huntly Carter 53
Private Morality and Public Life by William Foss 54
The Literature of the Theatre: Book Reviews of ‘The Play of To-day’ by Elizabeth R. Hunt, ‘Shakespeare in the Theatre’ by William Poel, ‘The Civic Theatre’ by Percy Mackaye, ‘Henrik Ibsen: Poet, Mystic, and Moralist,’ ‘The Joy of the Theatre’ by Gilbert Cannan, and ‘Poetry and Drama’ — June by Huntly Carter 55
Correspondence: Note to Correspondents by Ed. of The New Freewoman 57
Correspondence: Neo-Malthusianism and the Women’s Question by W. R. B. 58
Magazine Notes by Ed. of The New Freewoman 58


The New Freewoman | Vol. 1, No 4 | 1913-08-01
Subtitle: An Individualist Review
Edited by: Dora Marsden

Contents: 61-61
The Heart of the Question: 61-64
Views and Comments: 65-65
At Valladolid by Rebecca West: 66-67
The Status of Women in Early Greek Times by Edward Carpenter: 68-69
The Eclipse of Woman—IV: The Earth Goddess by F. R. A. I.: 69-70
The Etiquette of Dying by Reginal Wright Kauffman: 70-72
Paris Notes by Benjamin R. Tucker: 72-74
Paris Notes: School Prizes and Problems by Jean Jacques Brousson; Benjamin R. Tucker: 72-73
Paris Notes: History in Anticipation by Clément Vautil; Benjamin R. Tucker: 73-74
Paris Notes: Anarchy’s New Allies by Benjamin R. Tucker: 74-74
Metaphysicing the Drama by Huntly Carter: 74-76
Reviews: Book Review of ‘Sati: A Vindication of the Hindu Woman’ by Ananda K. Coomaraswamy by H. C.: 76-76
Reviews: Book Review of ‘Goslings’ by J. D. Beresford by B. L.: 76-77
Correspondence: Note to Correspondents by Ed. of “The New Freewoman”): 78-78
Correspondence: Not Even Will o’ the Wisps, Not Even Mirrors to Catch Larks by Tiens Ferme: 78-78
Correspondence: Private Morality and Public Life by The Husband of One Wife and Father of Three Daughters: 78-78
Magazine Notes by Ed. of “The New Freewoman”): 78-78
Advertisements: 72-72, 78-80


The New Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 5 | 1913-08-15
Subtitle: An Individualist Review
Edited by: Dora Marsden

Contents: 81-81
Thinking and Thought: 81-83
Views and Comments: 83-85
The Eclipse of Woman—V: The House of Commons by F. R. A. I.: 85-86
Imagisme by Rebecca West: 86-87
The Contemporania of Ezra Pound: Tenzone by Ezra Pound: 87-87
The Contemporania of Ezra Pound: The Garret by Ezra Pound: 87-87
The Contemporania of Ezra Pound: The Garden by Ezra Pound: 87-87
The Contemporania of Ezra Pound: Dance Figure by Ezra Pound: 87-87
The Contemporania of Ezra Pound: Salutation by Ezra Pound: 87-88
The Contemporania of Ezra Pound: Salutation the Second by Ezra Pound: 88-88
The Contemporania of Ezra Pound: In a Station of the Metro by Ezra Pound: 88-88
‘The Horses of Diomedes’—I: Roses by Remy De Gourmont; C. Satroris: 88-90
‘The Horses of Diomedes’—II: Poplars by Remy De Gourmont; C. Satroris: 90-91
Religion and Riches by Godfrey Blount, B. A.): 91-93
The Latest Freaks in Taxation by Benjamin R. Tucker: 94-94
The Rape of the Drama by Huntly Carter: 94-96
The Claims of Women by Clarence Lee Swartz: 96-97
Correspondence: The Sentimentalists by M. C.: 97-97
Correspondence: Salvation and Suffragism by Tiens Ferme: 97-98
Magazine Notes by Ed. of “The New Freewoman”): 98-98
Advertisements: 85-85, 94-94, 98-100


The New Freewoman | Vol. 1, No. 6 | 1913-09-01
Subtitle: An Individualist Review
Edited by: Dora Marsden

Contents: 101-101
Concerning the Beautiful: 101-104
Views and Comments: 104-106
The Eclipse of Woman—VI: The Paternal Theory by F. R. A. I.: 106-107
The Poet’s Eye—I by Ford Madox Hueffer: 107-110
‘The Horses of Diomedes’—III: The Girdle by Remy De Gourmont; C. Sartoris: 110-111
‘The Horses of Diomedes’—IV: The Playing Waters by Remy De Gourmont; C. Sartoris: 111-113
In Metre: Book Review of ‘Love Poems and Others’ by D. H. Lawrence, ‘Peacock Pie’ by Walter de la Mare, and ‘A Boy’s Will’ by Robert Frost by E. P.: 113-113
The Newer School—I: To Atthis by Sappho; Richard Aldington: 114-114
The Newer School—II: Sitalkas by H. D.: 114-114
The Newer School—III: In a Garden by Amy Lowell: 114-114
The Newer School—IV: The Dance by Skipwith Cannell: 114-114
The Newer School—V: Hallucination by F. S. Flint: 114-114
The Newer School—VI: Postlude by William Carlos Williams: 114-114
Lego et Penso by Benjamin R. Tucker: 115-116
Lego et Penso: Our Rights by Madame Bulteau; Benjamin R. Tucker: 115-116
Domestic Studies in the Year 2,000 A.D.—I by E. S. P. Haynes: 117-117
‘Individualism’: Book Review of ‘Individualism’ by Professor Warner Fite by Bolton Hall: 117-118
The Egoist by Horace Holley: 118-118
Correspondence: Note to Correspondents by Ed. of “The New Freewoman”): 118-118
Correspondence: A Human Document by Frances Banks: 118-119
Correspondence: ‘Humanity an Organism’ by Alice Groff: 119-119
Magazine Notes by Ed. of “The New Freewoman”): 119-119
Advertisements: 107-107, 116-116, 120-120


The New Freewoman:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 7
Dora Marsden (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1913-09-15
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 121-121
On Interference with the Environment—I: The Presuppositions I Start From by Steven T. Byington: 121-123
Views and Comments: 123-126
The Poet’s Eye—III-IV by Ford Madox Hueffer: 126-127
‘Androcles and the Lion’ by Rebecca West: 128-128
Notes on French Publications: 128-128
‘The Horses of Diomedes’—V: The Drone by Remy De Gourmont; C. Sartoris: 129-130
‘The Horses of Diomedes’—VI: The Marigold by Remy De Gourmont; C. Sartoris: 130-131
In Metre: Book Review of ‘The Dominant City’ and ‘Fool’s Gold’ by John Gould Fletcher by E. P.: 131-132
Amalfi by Richard Aldington: 132-132
Oneirodotes by Richard Aldington: 132-132
Beauty, Thou Hast Hurt Me Overmuch by Richard Aldington: 132-132
In the Via Sistina by Richard Aldington: 132-133
The Mourning for Bion by Moschus; Richard Aldington: 133-133
Invocation by Richard Aldington: 133-133
Lego et Penso: Our Rights by Benjamin R. Tucker; Madame Bulteau: 134-134
The Stone Citizen by Huntly Carter: 134-136
Aurel by Muriel Ciolkowska: 136-138
Domestic Studies in 2000 A.D. by E. S. P. Haynes: 138-138
Correspondence: Note to Correspondents by Ed. of “The New Freewoman”): 139-139
Correspondence: Salvationism by R. G.: 139-139
Correspondence: The Etiquette of Dying by J. Wilson: 139-139
Note by Ed. of “The New Freewoman”): 139-139
Advertisements: 127-128, 139-140


The New Freewoman:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 8
Dora Marsden (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1913-10-01
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 141-141
Tales for the Attentive: 141-144
The Angel Club by The Chancellor: 144-145
Sympathy by Caro: 145-145
On Interference with the Environment—II: The Classes of Interference by Steven T. Byington: 146-147
The Fool and the Wise Man: Book Review of ‘The Woman Thou Gavest Me’ by Hall Caine and ‘The Passionate Friends’ by H. G. Wells by Rebecca West: 147-149
Reviews: 149-150
Nocturne in Pastels by Skipwith Cannéll: 150-150
The Ship of Dead Dreams by Skipwith Cannéll: 150-150
Nocturnes—I-VI by Skipwith Cannéll: 150-151
‘The Horses of Diomedes’—VII: The Bee by Remy De Gourmont; C. Sartoris: 151-152
‘The Horses of Diomedes’—VIII: The Moors by Remy De Gourmont; C. Sartoris: 152-153
Un Dialogue Dirisoire by Richard Aldington: 154-155
Intermediate Sexual Types by E. B. Lloyd: 155-156
Lego et Penso by Benjamin R. Tucker: 156-157
In the House of My Friends by Reginal Wright Kauffman: 157-158
In the Mirror by Irene McLeod: 158-159
Correspondence: Note to Correspondents by Ed. of “The New Freewoman”): 159-159
Correspondence: Salvationalism by Tiens Ferme: 159-159
Correspondence: Law as Manufacturer of Crime by Uranian: 159-159
Note by Ed. of “The New Freewoman”): 159-159
Advertisements: 152-153, 160-160


The New Freewoman:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 9
Dora Marsden (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1913-10-15
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 161-161
The Serious Artist—I-II by Ezra Pound: 161-163
Views and Comments: 163-166
The Discussion Circle: 166-166
On Interference with the Environment—III: Certain Conflicts of Interests by Steven T. Byington: 167-168
Un Monologue Dirisoire by Richard Aldington: 168-169
‘The Horses of Diomedes’—IX: The Swan by Remy De Gourmont; C. Sartoris: 169-171
‘The Horses of Diomedes’—X: The Hands by Remy De Gourmont; C. Sartoris: 171-172
Scented Leaves from a Chinese Jar by Allen Upward: 172-173
Religio: Or the Child’s Guide to Knowledge: 173-174
The Conversion of a Specialist by D. M. Richardson: 174-174
The Science of Society: Book Review of ‘The Science of Society’ (1851) by Stephen Andrews by H. S. W.: 175-176
Correspondence: Note to Correspondents by Ed. of “The New Freewoman”): 176-176
Correspondence: The Order of the Brothers Minor by Ezra Pound: 176-176
Correspondence: Syndicalist Prostitution by Steven T. Byington: 176-176
Correspondence: “Beauty” and the Human From by W. P. Arnold: 176-177
Correspondence: Miss Pankhurst and Purity by R. B. Kerr: 177-178
Correspondence: The Dangers of Marriage by R. B. Kerr: 178-178
Correspondence: Salvationism (R. G.): 178-178
Correspondence: The House of My Friends by Deidtrisch Pheffenschnelder: 178-178
Correspondence: An American Comment by Clarence Lee Swartz: 178-179
Advertisements: 174-174, 179-180


The New Freewoman:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 10
Dora Marsden (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1913-11-01
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 181-181
The Art of the Future: 181-183
Views and Comments: 183-185
What Is ‘Sanity’ by Alice Groff: 185-186
On Interference with the Environment—IV: Thoroughfares; and Pisciculture by Steven T. Byington: 186-187
Rabindranath Tagore: His Second Book into English—Book Review of ‘The Gardener’ by Rabindranath Tagore by Ezra Pound: 187-188
Sayings of K’ung the Master—I by the Master; Allen Upward: 188-190
‘The Horses of Diomedes’—XI: The Barge by Remy De Gourmont; C. Sartoris: 191-192
‘The Horses of Diomedes’—XII: Perfumes by Remy De Gourmont; C. Sartoris: 192-194
The Serious Artist—III: Emotion and Poesy by Ezra Pound: 194-195
Graveyard Fruit by Bolton Hall: 195-196
Discipline and the New Beauty by Edgar A. Mowrer: 196-197
The House of Vision by Huntly Carter: 197-199
Correspondence: Note to Correspondents by Ed. of “The New Freewoman”): 199-199
Correspondence: The Angel Club by The Chancellor: 199-199
Note by Ed. of “The New Freewoman”): 199-199
Advertisements: 186-186, 199-200


The New Freewoman:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 11
Dora Marsden (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1913-11-15
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 201-201
Beauty and the Senses: 201-203
Views and Comments: 203-205
Sayings of K’ung the Master—II-V by the Master; Allen Upward: 205-206
On Interference with the Environment—V: Mainly on Offenses to the Eye by Steven T. Byington: 206-207
The Divine Mystery: Book Review of ‘The Divine Mystery’ by Allen Upward by Ezra Pound: 207-208
Otakar Brezina (Selver, P.): 208-208
Places of Harmony and Solace by Otakar Brezina, P. Selver: 208-209
Art by Otakar Brezina, P. Selver: 209-209
The Silent Ocean by Otakar Brezina, P. Selver: 209-209
‘The Horses of Diomedes’—XIII: The Lamb by Remy De Gourmont; C. Sartoris: 210-211
‘The Horses of Diomedes’—XIV: The Chestnut Trees by Remy De Gourmont; C. Sartoris: 211-213
The Serious Artist—IV by Ezra Pound: 213-214
The Battle of the Cubes by John Cournos: 214-215
August Strindberg: Book Review of ‘Confessions of a Fool,’ ‘Marriage,’ ‘Legends,’ ‘The Inferno,’ ‘In Midsummer Days,’ ‘The Red Room,’ and ‘The Son of a Servant’ by August Strindberg by C. H.: 216-217
Lego et Penso by Benjamin R. Tucker: 217-218
A Fabian on Banking Reform by Henry Meulen: 218-219
Correspondence: Note to Correspondents by Ed. of “The New Freewoman”): 219-219
Correspondence: The Individualist by Alice Groff: 219-219
Correspondence: Sanctity and Slumdom by Otway Cannell: 219-219
Note by Ed. of “The New Freewoman”): 219-219
Advertisements: 215-215, 220-220


The New Freewoman:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 12
Dora Marsden (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1913-12-01
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 221-221
Le Théâtre du Vieux Colombier by F. S. Flint: 221-222
Views and Comments: 222-225
An Epidemic of Law by Clarence Lee Swartz: 225-226
M. Marinetti’s Lectures by Richard Aldington: 226-226
Reviews: Book Review of ‘The Tempers’ by William Carlos Williams by E. P.: 227-227
Reviews: Book Review of ‘Lumières du Monde’ by Paul Castiaux by E. P.: 227-227
Further Instructions by Ezra Pound: 228-228
Les Millwin by Ezra Pound: 228-228
Ancora by Ezra Pound: 228-228
April by Ezra Pound: 228-228
Gentildonna by Ezra Pound: 228-228
Surgit Fama by Ezra Pound: 228-228
Convictions—I-III by Ezra Pound: 228-228
The Choice by Ezra Pound: 228-228
The Rest by Ezra Pound: 228-228
‘The Horses of Diomedes’—XV: The Dream by Remy De Gourmont; C. Sartoris: 229-230
‘The Horses of Diomedes’—XVI: The Fan by Remy De Gourmont; C. Sartoris: 230-232
The Dearth of Genius by Edgar A. Mowrer: 232-232
Sayings of K’ung—VI-X by the Master; Allen Upward: 233-234
Contes Macabres: My Case by Frances Gregg: 234-235
Contes Macabres: Condemned to Die by Frances Gregg: 235-236
Contes Macabres: A Letter by Frances Gregg: 236-236
Truth about Homer: Concerning Homer and Chronology by Richard Aldington: 237-237
Blaspheming Creation by Huntly Carter: 238-239
Editorial Note by Ed. of “The New Freewoman”): 239-239
Advertisements: 225-225, 239-240


The New Freewoman:
An Individualist Review
Vol. 1, No. 13
Dora Marsden (editor)
London: The New Freewoman, Ltd., 1913-12-15
20 p.; 31.5 x 21 cm

Contents: 241-241
Karos, The God by Allen Upward: 241-243
Views and Comments: 244-245
The Philosophy of Ideas by Henri Bregson: 246-248
The British Academy (R. S.): 248-248
Plays, Books, and Papers: Book Reviews of ‘The Desirable Alien at Home in Germany’ by Violet Hunt, ‘Gens de là et d’ailleurs’ by Alexandre Mercereau, and ‘The Road to the Open’ by Arthur Schnitzler by Richard Aldington: 248-250
Ford Madox Hueffer: Book Review of ‘Collected Poems’ by Ford Maddox Hueffer by Ezra Pound: 251-251
Le : Vent Qui Passe by Maturin M. Dondo: 252-252
Les : Grelots by Maturin M. Dondo: 252-252
‘The Horses of Diomedes’—XVII: The Laurel Bush by Remy De Gourmont; C. Sartoris: 253-254
Lego et Penso by Benjamin R. Tucker: 254-255
My Hypothesis by Huntly Carter: 255-256
‘Great Catherine’ by D. N. A.: 256-257
Progress? by Otway Cannell: 257-257
Correspondence: Note to Correspondents by Ed. of “The New Freewoman”): 258-258
Correspondence: On Behalf of Ideas by Steven T. Byington: 258-259
On the Boulevards by Jack McClure: 259-259
Editorial Note by Ed. of “The New Freewoman”): 259-259
Advertisements: 252-252, 260-260