Feminist, publisher, and author. Marsden trained as a teacher. Her commitment to the suffrage movement led to her founding of The Freewoman in 1911. With its title change to The Egoist in 1914, the review devoted itself more to literature. Under Marsden's editorship, it published A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man in 1914 and 1915, and several episodes from Ulysses in 1919 as well as articles on JJ by Ezra Pound and others. In the 1920s, Marsden became a recluse, devoting herself to writing philosophical works, and in later decades was institutionalized with severe depression. William Brockman
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