Agnes Repellier to May Wright Sewall November 8. 1986

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Agnes Repllier to May Wright Sewell November 8. 1986

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{in a second hand: "Repplier, Agnes"} Nov 8, 1896

1208 Spruce St Philadelphia

Dear Mrs. Sewall,

I accept your assurances of a comfortable journey in winter time, and shall be pleased to go to Indianapolis for February twenty-fourth.

In regard to the choice of subjects I

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think that the New Woman is the more entertaining and the less instruc tive of the two lectures. It may also, though not contentious, provoke a discussion, which the novel cannot. It is not intended for an exclusively female audience. I have such an

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address, prepared for the Philadelphia Civic Club, but I did not include it in my list.

I am going to call the New Woman paper, when it is re-written for my next volume "The Eternal Feminine" and perhaps that Goethe-title will be a better one for you

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than a phrase alike odious and ill-used.

I look forward with pleasure to our meeting, and remain

Sincerely yours,

Agnes Repplier

Nov. 8th -- 1896 --

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