Philistine: A Periodical of Protest, December 1900 to May 1901

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Kessinger Publishing, Jul 1, 2003 - Literary Collections - 344 pages
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1900. Volume 12 contains the monthly issues of The Philistine magazine from December 1900 to May 1901. These magazines were printed for the Society of the Philistines and published by them monthly. The Society of the Philistines was an association of book lovers and folks who write and paint. It was organized to further good fellowship among men and women who believed in allowing the widest liberty to individuality in thought and expression. Such notable authors as Elbert Hubbard, Stephen Crane, John Langdon Heaton, Edward Carpenter, Leo Tolstoy and a myriad others, are contributing writers. Sample contents: The James in Literature; About Widows; Twilight Hour; China 1900 AD; Advantages and Disadvantages; Chicago Tongue; Life and Art; Church and State; About Right Thinking; Too Wise; and much more.

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