Neith Boyce was a Progressive-Era writer who worked in poetry, theater, short stories, novels, and various forms of creative nonfiction. She helped Gertrude Stein to publish Three Lives, cofounded the Provincetown Players theater company, and wrote "The Girl Bachelor," a popular and pioneering column in Vogue about life as a single woman in New York City. Her best-known novel, The Bond (1908), is based on her famously open marriage to the radical journalist Hutchins Hapgood. This book contains: - Two Women. - Sophia. - Molly. - The Blue Hood. - Love in a Dutch Garden. - Navidad. - The Mother.