The Egoist (January 1914 - December 1919)
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Title: The Egoist
Editor: Dora Marsden, Harriet Shaw Weaver.
Place of publication: London.
Publisher: The New Freewoman Ltd./ The Egoist Ltd., Oakley House, Bloomsbury Street, London, W.C. (Jan. 1st, 1914 - Jan. 1918); The Egoist Ltd., 23, Adelphi Terrace House, Robert Street, Adelphi, London, W.C.2. (Feb. 1918 - Dec. 1919)
Date: January 1914 - December 1919
Volume and issue data: Vol.1, No.1 (Jan. 1st, 1914) - Vol.6, No.5 (Dec. 1919)
Frequency of publication: Twice monthly 1914, monthly 1915 - 1918, intermittently 1919
Price: Sixpence (Jan. 1914 - Nov. 1918); ninepence (Jan. 1919 - Dec. 1919)
Size: 21.5 cm x 30.5 cm
Location: UK: Kraus reprints (1967) - widely available (British Library, Cambridge University, Oxford University, Leeds University, Loughborough University, Durham University etc.); USA: Kraus reprints (1967) - widely available.
Note: Dora Marsden was the sole editor until June 1914, after which she was joined by Harriet Shaw Weaver as co-editor; other assistant editors during the life of the magazine included Richard Aldington, Leonard A. Compton-Rickett, H. D. and T. S. Eliot; The Egoist was the successor to The New Freewoman (1913).; The British Library holds the Harriet Shaw Weaver papers which contain information about The Egoist Press which published the magazine.
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