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What Twelve Canadian Women Hope to See as the Outcome of the War

What Twelve Canadian Women Hope to See as the Outcome of the War is a round table published in the April 1915 issue of Everywoman’s World (in the same issue as Montgomery’s essay “The Way to Make a Book”). It features contributions by a number of prominent Canadian women, including Emily Murphy (1868–1933), Zoé Lafontaine (1842–1921), Marshall Saunders (1861–1947), Flora MacDonald Denison (1867–1921), Katherine Hale (1878–1956), and Nellie L. McClung (1873–1951). Its introductory section and Montgomery’s contribution are reprinted in The L.M. Montgomery Reader, Volume 1: A Life in Print.

Bibliography

“What Twelve Canadian Women Hope to See as the Outcome of the War.” Everywoman’s World (Toronto), April 1915, 6–7, 33–34; Montgomery’s response also appears in Montgomery, “Scrapbook of Reviews,” 89.

Also in The L.M. Montgomery Reader, Volume 1: A Life in Print, 134–36.