The New Age Volume 8, Number 7

Table of Contents

  • advertisments: 144-144
  • Notes of the Week: 145-147
  • Foreign Affairs (Verdad, S.): 148-148
  • Referendum (Donisthorpe, Wordsworth): 149-150
  • The Old Liberal (Bennett, Arnold): 150-150
  • The New Liberalism (Homo Sum.): 150-152
  • The Courage of Youth (N. C.): 152-152
  • The Omar Khayyam Club: 152-153
  • An Englishman in America (Juvenal): 153-154
  • Modern Dramatists (Dukes, Ashley): 154-155
  • A Pagan's Testament (Moult, Thomas.): 155-155
  • Unedited Opinions: 156-156
  • The Maids' Comedy: 157-158
  • Hippolytus (Eames, W. Stanley): 158-158
  • Books and Persons (Tonson, Jacob): 159-159
  • (Barton, J.E.): 160-160
  • Reviews: 160-162
  • (Malaprop, Mrs.): 161-161
  • (Carter, Huntly): 161-162
  • Medieval Art Forgery (Nobili, Ricardo): 163-164
  • Kipling and Sympathy (Richardson, Lewis): 164-165
  • Letters to the Editor: 164-167
  • "The Evening Times" (Clark, H.T.): 165-165
  • A Referendum on War (North-East): 165-165
  • La Primola (Churchill, John Hamilton): 165-166
  • Post-Impressionism (E.L.A.): 166-166
  • Post-Impressionism (Mottram, V.H.): 166-166
  • Post-Impressionism (Pitt, Douglas Fox): 166-166
  • Post-Impressionism (Cook, E. Wake): 166-167
  • Post-Impressionism (Adams, John J.): 167-167
  • Post-Impressionism (Blaker, Hugh.): 167-167
  • advertisments: 168-168

Citation

"The New Age Volume 8, Number 7 " (1910). Modernist Journals Project. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://repository.library.brown.edu/studio/item/bdr:438002/

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