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The Forerunner, vol 1

A Monthly Magazine

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Published: 1909
Language: English
Wordcount: 265,033 / 790 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 47.1
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 1,123
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VOLUME ONE, November 1909 -- December 1910 (14 issues

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Fear (poem)
Nursery-Mindedness (essay)
A Village Of Fools (sketch)
What Diantha Did (serial fiction)
"I gave myself to God" (poem)
Our Androcentric Culture; or, The Man-Made World (serial non-fiction) His Agony (poem)
Comment and Review
Personal Problems
Advertisements: The Forerunner, A Summer Cottage

Volume 1 No. 7
May 1910

Brain Service (poem)
When I Was A Witch (story)
Quotation: Eugene Wood
Believing And Knowing (essay)
The Kingdom (poem)
Heaven Forbid! (poem)
What Diantha Did (serial fiction)
The House of Apples (sketch)
Our Androcentric Culture; or, The Man-Made World (serial non-fiction) Comment and Review
Personal Problems
Suffrage (editorial)
Advertisements: The Forerunner, A Summer Cottage

Volume 1 No. 8
June 1910

The Puritan (poem)
Making a Living (story)
Ten Suggestions (essay)
The Malingerer (poem)
Genius, Domestic and Maternal, part I (essay)
Prisoners (sketch)

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Average Rating of 4 from 1 reviews: ****
2005.02.06
Daniel Tubau
****.

This is a superb recopilation of the works of Charlotte Perkins Gilman. She edited by herself The Forerunner and write all the texts, poems, essays, novels (like Herland, a feminist Utopia). I recomend her essay A manmade world, our androcentric culture, in the issue number 2 of this volume.


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