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  • Introduction to the Yellow Nineties
    publication of beautifully designed editions for a large commercial market and here the tradition lies more immediately with Rossetti Book artists for trade publishers such as Macmillan Kegan Paul and The Bodley Head designed books whose unique formats expressed their literary contents Laurence Housman who was also a controversial Yellow Book contributor designed books for each of these publishers including what may well be the period s most beautiful edition Macmillan s 1893 version of Christina Rossetti s Goblin Market in its slim saddle book format Charles Ricketts who is often credited with introducing this influential shape into the book world with his design for the Bodley Head s edition of John Gray s Silverpoints also in 1893 was one of the period s most brilliant designers Ricketts s commercial work for the Bodley Head included his successful redesign of Oscar Wilde s Poems 1892 and his innovative experiment in two colour printing for Wilde s The Sphinx 1894 Aubrey Beardsley s association with the Bodley Head extends beyond his art editorship of The Yellow Book and his designs for the Keynotes series to include his infamous illustrations for the English publication of Wilde s Salome 1894 among other titles Notably Beardsley and Ricketts each co founded magazines of art and literature characterized by their beauty and brevity The Yellow Book 1894 1897 and The Savoy 1896 by the former and The Dial 1889 1897 by the latter Housman attempted but failed to convince John Lane to sponsor a periodical publication under his editorship to be called The Caprice a motley magazine of anonymous writings and issued in twelve numbers bound up into a complete volume at the end of the year Laurence Housman to John Lane Dec 12 1896 This innovative proposal came in late 1896 when literary editor Henry Harland and The Yellow Book staff no longer under the art editorship of Beardsley were preparing what were to be the magazine s final two volumes and Beardsley and Arthur Symons were getting out the last issue of their rival magazine The Savoy Ricketts s The Dial appeared in 1889 and thereafter at irregular intervals until 1897 On seeing the first number Oscar Wilde is reputed to have urged Ricketts not to bring out a second all perfect things should be unique qtd in Nelson 304 In fact this first issue was unique but Ricketts initiated a new series of four volumes in the 1890s Inspired by The Century Guild Hobby Horse 1884 1894 which must be viewed as the first of the fin de siècle s aesthetic periodicals The Dial was distinguished by its use of Vale Press type and heavy paper experimentation with offset reproduction the artistic work of Charles H Shannon Rickett s personal partner and the journal s co founder Reginald Savage and Lucien Pissarro and the poetry of John Gray and T Sturge Moore Nelson 303 4 Like The Yellow Book the Hobby Horse and The Dial were also associated with the Bodley Head

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  • The Yellow Nineties Online - Search the Archive
    Charles Conder Hubert Crackanthorpe Walter Crane Olive Custance D Ella D Arcy John Davidson Mabel Dearmer Marion Hepworth Dixon Ella Hepworth Dixon Ménie Muriel Dowie Ernest Dowson E George Egerton F Michael Field G Edmund Gosse Kenneth Grahame H Henry Harland Carl Hentschel Laurence Housman I J Henry James K L Richard Le Gallienne Frederic Lord Leighton M Leila Macdonald George Moore N John Trivett Nettleship James Ashcroft Noble Julie

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  • The Yellow Nineties Online - Search the Archive
    Charles Conder Hubert Crackanthorpe Walter Crane Olive Custance D Ella D Arcy John Davidson Mabel Dearmer Marion Hepworth Dixon Ella Hepworth Dixon Ménie Muriel Dowie Ernest Dowson E George Egerton F Michael Field G Edmund Gosse Kenneth Grahame H Henry Harland Carl Hentschel Laurence Housman I J Henry James K L Richard Le Gallienne Frederic Lord Leighton M Leila Macdonald George Moore N John Trivett Nettleship James Ashcroft Noble Julie

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  • The Yellow Nineties Online - Search the Archive
    Charles Conder Hubert Crackanthorpe Walter Crane Olive Custance D Ella D Arcy John Davidson Mabel Dearmer Marion Hepworth Dixon Ella Hepworth Dixon Ménie Muriel Dowie Ernest Dowson E George Egerton F Michael Field G Edmund Gosse Kenneth Grahame H Henry Harland Carl Hentschel Laurence Housman I J Henry James K L Richard Le Gallienne Frederic Lord Leighton M Leila Macdonald George Moore N John Trivett Nettleship James Ashcroft Noble Julie

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  • The Yellow Nineties Online - Search the Archive
    Charles Conder Hubert Crackanthorpe Walter Crane Olive Custance D Ella D Arcy John Davidson Mabel Dearmer Marion Hepworth Dixon Ella Hepworth Dixon Ménie Muriel Dowie Ernest Dowson E George Egerton F Michael Field G Edmund Gosse Kenneth Grahame H Henry Harland Carl Hentschel Laurence Housman I J Henry James K L Richard Le Gallienne Frederic Lord Leighton M Leila Macdonald George Moore N John Trivett Nettleship James Ashcroft Noble Julie

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  • The Yellow Nineties Online
    and or publishing history Keep quotations from other sources to a minimum Use MLA parenthetical method of reference Do not use explanatory footnotes or endnotes c Where relevant the subject s contribution to or association with The Yellow Book and other aesthetic periodicals of the period should be noted Connections to key periodicals works events and people of the Victorian fin de siècle warrant mention d Include two bibliographic lists at the end of the biography 1 Selected Publications by the person and 2 Selected Publications about the person The first of these lists should be alphabetical by title The second list should be alphabetical by author e A portrait of the person if possible May be a photograph drawing caricature or painting preferably from the period Digitized image to be submitted with final version of biography as either a jpeg or tiff 600 dpi and the credit line to be published with it 1 STYLE All notes essays and other editorial apparatuses in The Yellow Nineties Online follow the MLA Style Guide 7th ed with respect to capitalization punctuation spelling hyphenation numbers and reference Please note we use a comma before and in a series Book titles are italicized

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  • The Yellow Nineties Online - Search the Archive
    Charles Conder Hubert Crackanthorpe Walter Crane Olive Custance D Ella D Arcy John Davidson Mabel Dearmer Marion Hepworth Dixon Ella Hepworth Dixon Ménie Muriel Dowie Ernest Dowson E George Egerton F Michael Field G Edmund Gosse Kenneth Grahame H Henry Harland Carl Hentschel Laurence Housman I J Henry James K L Richard Le Gallienne Frederic Lord Leighton M Leila Macdonald George Moore N John Trivett Nettleship James Ashcroft Noble Julie

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  • The Yellow Nineties Online - Search the Archive
    Charles Conder Hubert Crackanthorpe Walter Crane Olive Custance D Ella D Arcy John Davidson Mabel Dearmer Marion Hepworth Dixon Ella Hepworth Dixon Ménie Muriel Dowie Ernest Dowson E George Egerton F Michael Field G Edmund Gosse Kenneth Grahame H Henry Harland Carl Hentschel Laurence Housman I J Henry James K L Richard Le Gallienne Frederic Lord Leighton M Leila Macdonald George Moore N John Trivett Nettleship James Ashcroft Noble Julie

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