Toronto : McLeod & Allen, 1915.; 225 pages, 224 with full-text search [?]
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|Creator||McClung, Nellie L., 1873-1951.|
|Title||In times like these|
|Published||Toronto : McLeod & Allen, 1915.|
Women -- Social conditions.
Women -- History.
Women -- Canada.
Women -- Conduct of life.
Femmes -- Conditions sociales.
Femmes -- Histoire.
Femmes -- Canada.
Femmes -- Morale pratique.
|Document source||Scanned from the original publication held by Library and Archives Canada.|
Title from title screen.
Complete contents: The war that never ends -- The war that ends in exhaustion sometimes mistaken for peace -- What do women think of war [not that it matters] -- Should women think? -- The new chivalry -- Hardy perennials -- Gentle lady -- Women and the church -- The sore thought -- The land of the fair deal -- As a man thinketh -- The war against gloom
217,  p. ; 19 cm.