another puttering utpouring
amphlet, the unscrupulous
would always withdraw os
utpouring of a hissing,
tentatiously into another
puttering hatred, that
room as soon as the vulgar
ften loses itself in inarticu
topic of woman suffrage.
— OCR misread of the word “sputtering” (from search for “another puttering”), at Rosika Schwimmer, “The Perverse Psychology of the Reactionary,” in B’nai B’rith News 15:3 (November 1923) : 73-76
same (but clearer) at hathitrust
- The essay is a scathing review of Cécile Tormay, her An Outlaw’s Diary : Revolution (1923)
Cécile Tormay (1875/76-1937), Hungarian writer (including novels), translator, activist (right-wing, anti-semite)
Tormay’s novels are briefly discussed by Lóránt Czigány in his chapter on Conservative Fiction in this period, in A History of Hungarian Literature, From the Earliest Times to the mid-1970’s (1986)
- Rosika Schwimmer (1877-1948), Hungarian-born (and later stateless) pacifist, feminist, world federalist, and women’s suffragist.
The wikipedia accounts of both Schwimmer and Tormay are fascinating.