WHAT DIANTHA DID CHAPTER I. HANDICAPPED One may use the Old Man of the Sea, For a partner or patron, But helpless and hapless is he Who is ridden, inextricably, By a fond old mer-matron. The Warden house was more impressive in appearance than its neighbors. It had “grounds,” instead of a yard or garden;
THE FORERUNNER, A MONTHLY MAGAZINE by CHARLOTTE PERKINS GILMAN VOLUME ONE, November 1909-December 1910 (14 issues) CONTENTS Volume 1 No. 1 November 1909 Then This (poem) A Small God And a Large Goddess (essay) Arrears (poem) Three Thanksgivings (story) How Doth The Hat (poem) Introducing the World, the Flesh And the Devil (sketch) What Diantha
CONTENTS I. AS TO HUMANNESS. II. THE MAN-MADE FAMILY. III. HEALTH AND BEAUTY. IV. MEN AND ART. V. MASCULINE LITERATURE. VI. GAMES AND SPORTS VII. ETHICS AND RELIGION. VIII. EDUCATION. IX. “SOCIETY” AND “FASHION” X. LAW AND GOVERNMENT. XI. CRIME AND PUNISHMENT. XII. POLITICS AND WARFARE. (with WOMAN AND THE STATE.) XIII. INDUSTRY AND ECONOMICS.