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LE PETIT JOURNAL DES REFUSÉES

Module by: Johanna Drucker. E-mail the authorEdited By: Frederick Moody, Ben Allen, Nicholas Frankel

Le Petit Journal des Réfusées-- buy from Rice University Press.

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A QUARTERLY No. 1 July 1st 1896

16 CENTS A NUMBER $16 A YEAR

Published at 523 Market St. San Francisco

James Marrion 2nd Redacteur en chef

A. de CADENT MATTOID Particeps Criminis

From the standpoint of those controversialists whom it is thought by certain parties are quite reliable on matters of Literature but who we constantly find making gratuitous allusions of an uncomplimentary character to the feminine authoresses of the day who most of all others deserve our leniency and in most cases are equally as good as the balance of literary workers in the field of letters, though their work is commonly signalized by the infallible ear-marks of the petticoat—women should not write; but it may be pled the exceptional merit of some of their work deserves every praise and condones the commission of errors which even the best of us cannot help. In the P.J.R. some of their productions that have been ruthlessly rejected by less large-hearted and appreciative editors than myself are permitted to witness the light of day for the first and last time; their extreme beauty is due only to the exceptional ability of their fair makers and I take pleasure in opening to their crushed and despairing spirits this opportunity to get into print.

James Marrion, 2nd,

Redacteur-en-Chef.

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