The New Age: A Weekly Review of Politics, Literature, and Art. Volume XIX: 25 issues: Nos. 1234-1259. Year complete but for No.8, #1241.
A.R. Orage, edited by:
The New Age Press,
May - October 1916.
Stapled newspapers, 24pp per issue, each 13 x 8.75 ins. Some fraying at the spines, and some edges or corners bent: slight toning but generally clean, having been wrapped up in parcels for 60 years. In addition to the regular and pseudonymous authors, the contributors here include George Bernard Shaw (including 'Irish Nonsense about Ireland', 'The German case against Germany', and several controversies), Max Jacob, Oscar Levy, Herbert Read, Pierre Lasserre, Hilaire Belloc, and a young Storm Jameson, and including many articles pertaining to the war, including 'Are Conscientious Objectors going to be shot?' and, in the spirit of Swift's Modest Proposal, 'The Disposal of Disabled Soldiers'.
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