The New Freewoman
The New Freewoman was a monthly London literary magazine edited by Dora Marsden and owned by Harriet Shaw Weaver. Initially Rebecca West was in charge of the literary content of the magazine, but after meeting Ezra Pound at one of Violet Hunt's parties in 1913 she recommended that he be appointed literary editor. The magazine existed between June 1913 and December 1913.
- "The New Freewoman: An Individualist Review". Brown University. Retrieved 12 January 2016.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
- Susan Solomon (2005). "Introduction to The New Freewoman and The Egoist". Brown University. Retrieved 12 January 2016.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
- Julian Symons, Makers of the New: The Revolution in Literature, 1912–1939, Andre Deutsch, 1987, ISBN 0-233-98007-5
- The New Freewoman at the Modernist Journals Project: cover-to-cover, searchable digital edition of all 13 issues, from No. 1.1 (June 15, 1913) through No. 1.13 (December 15, 1913)
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