"There is a demand to-day for a more independent Press," exclaims the editors of Time and Tide in its inagural issue, "which shall aim at showing all sides of the national life, dealing with them solely on the ground that they are all interesting." From this proposal, Lady Rhondda would go on to create a periodical that played a significant role in the literary, social, and political aspects of feminism throughout the interwar period.
In this exhibit, we offer indexes of the periodical's contribituions to literature and feminism, as well as critical perspectives of, for instance, the Six Point Group.
"Feminism, Gender, and the Literary Scene in Time and Tide, 1920-1929" by Victoria Kennedy
"Short Fiction in Time and Tide, May 1920 - December 1929" by Victoria Kennedy