17th May 1911

"And the Last State of That Woman -"

No. VI. (And last) - The Last State of Woman.
The object on the pedestal, at which the figures are cynically gazing, can be identified by a glance at the three letters immediately below it.  If enlightenment is still desired as to the connection of this with the last state of Woman, as distinct from her first, as recorded by Genesis, the reply is that the artist believes in atavism, or reversion to type.  He is solemnly warned to keep clear of the Suffragettes for a few weeks. - EDITOR

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