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Marsden, Dora, editor
The New Freewoman: An Individualist Review, Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 15, 1913)
Oxford: New International Pub. Co., 1913. 20p., staplebound wraps, approximately 9x12 inches, minor toning, traces of rust at the staples, faint remnant of an erased red pencil line under one item in the table of contents, generally very good. Single issue of the short-lived anarcho-feminist publication, with contributions by Rebecca West ("Trees of Gold," the title deriving from its description of some trees in the Castilian highlands: "The secret of their beauty was a lichenous growth that gnawed inwards as it glowed outwards. Yet they were better, so gilded and diseased, than the healthy tree whereof they cut the mischievous cross of Christ."); R.W. Kauffman on labor struggles and the IWW in California, Theodore Schroeder on free love, Benjamin Tucker's "Two testaments," an editorial criticizing the women's suffrage movement, and more. Rebecca West, the assistant editor, was only twenty years old at the time of publication.
Vendeur: Bolerium Books, ABAA [USA]
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