Title: The Unpopular Review (No. 11. July-September, 1916. Vol. VI)
Description: Stiff-card covers. Some general wear to covers; bit of chipping at foot of spine. Interior is unmarked and generally clean. pp. 1-222. 8.5 x 5.5 inches.
The Unpopular Review (renamed the Unpartizan Review in 1919) covered politics, history, literature, and culture. Some of the articles in this issue: ''The Psychology of the Soldier,'' ''Germany and American Preparednss,'' ''Goethe and Eckermann,'' Winifred Kirkland's feminist essay ''The Joys of Being a Woman,'' and a piece on mediumship, ''A Lusitania Victim Speaks?''. Includes the index for Volume V.
Binding: Soft Cover
Condition: Very Good
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company
Place: New York
Keywords: Unpartizan Review,
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