Containing the 130 total articles published between November 1887 and October 1888
A review of Mary Anderson's performance in A Winter's Tale that develops into a reflection on the present state of British drama.
An essay examining the importance of stage design, particularly open-air theaters. It ends with an analysis of Edward William Godwin's production of Shakespeare's As You Like It.
Discusses scientific literature that compares the physical and mental powers of the sexes, then attends to the social conditions that have prevented women from fulfilling their potential in various endeavours.
An essay examining the past and present factors that have contributed to women's position in society. It focuses on the relationship between "power" and "position" in women's history, and the changing relationships between women across classes and…
Reviews the history of hooped dresses, calling critical attention to the trend.
A travel essay-turned-biography that details the life and legacy of the seventeenth-century French Aristocrat, Mme de Sévigné's.
A poem recollecting the speaker's time in Villa La Californie, in Cannes, France.
A poem on the coming of autumn.
The first installment of the novel, in which Clement Ker denies charity to a servant in need.