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  • The Yellow Nineties Online - Credits
    John Buchan C 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 Nørregaard O P Walter Pater Joseph Pennell Q R Dollie Radford Charles Ricketts Charles G D Roberts Charles Robinson Frederick Rolfe Baron Corvo William Rothenstein S Henry Salt Olive Schreiner William Sharp M P Shiel William Strang Alma Strettell Joseph Swan Algernon Charles Swinburne Arthur Symons Netta Syrett T Graham R Tomson U V W Theodore Watts Dunton Johnny Wayne Gleeson White Oscar Wilde Patten Wilson Alice Woodward X Y Z Search General Advanced Credits NINES Summer Workshop Grants Ryerson University 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 Communication and Culture Graduate Program Research Assistant Program 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 Faculty of Arts Small Equipment Grant 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 Literatures of Modernity Graduate Program Research Assistant Program 160 160 160

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  • The Yellow Nineties Online - Past Team Members
    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 Nørregaard O P Walter Pater Joseph Pennell Q R Dollie Radford Charles Ricketts Charles

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  • The Yellow Nineties Online - Volumes
    Ashcroft Noble Julie Nørregaard O P Walter Pater Joseph Pennell Q R Dollie Radford Charles Ricketts Charles G D Roberts Charles Robinson Frederick Rolfe Baron Corvo William Rothenstein S Henry Salt Olive Schreiner William Sharp M P Shiel William Strang Alma Strettell Joseph Swan Algernon Charles Swinburne Arthur Symons Netta Syrett T Graham R Tomson U V W Theodore Watts Dunton Johnny Wayne Gleeson White Oscar Wilde Patten Wilson Alice Woodward X Y Z Search General Advanced The Yellow Book Volumes April 1894 Volume 1 Scholarly Introduction HTML XML PDF Table of Contents HTML XML PDF Volume HTML XML PDF FlipBook July 1894 Volume 2 Scholarly Introduction HTML XML PDF Table of Contents HTML XML PDF Volume HTML XML PDF FlipBook October 1894 Volume 3 Scholarly Introduction HTML XML PDF Table of Contents HTML XML PDF Volume HTML XML PDF FlipBook January 1895 Volume 4 Scholarly Introduction HTML XML PDF Table of Contents HTML XML PDF Volume HTML XML PDF FlipBook April 1895 Volume 5 Scholarly Introduction HTML XML PDF Table of Contents HTML XML PDF Volume HTML XML PDF FlipBook July 1895 Volume 6 Scholarly Introduction HTML XML PDF Table of Contents HTML XML PDF Volume HTML XML PDF

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  • The Yellow Nineties Online - Promotional Materials
    Graham R Tomson U V W Theodore Watts Dunton Johnny Wayne Gleeson White Oscar Wilde Patten Wilson Alice Woodward X Y Z Search General Advanced Promotional Materials for The Yellow Book Volume 1 Poster The Yellow Book 1 Image is a poster for The Yellow Book Volume 1 The poster has the words SOLD HERE across the top with its price across the bottom The inset image is edged with a double frame On the left side of the image there is a figure of a woman with light hair and a light coloured dress This portion of the image takes up approximately 1 3 of the frame dividing the image vertically HTML XML Prospectus The Yellow Book 1 The aim of the Publishers and Editors of THE YELLOW BOOK is to depart as far as may be from the bad old traditions of periodical literature and to provide an Illustrated Magazine which shall be beautiful as a piece of bookmaking modern and distinguished in its letter press and its pictures and withal popular in the better sense of the word It is felt that such a Magazine at present is conspicuous by its absence HTML PDF XML FlipBook Volume 2 Prospectus The Yellow Book 2 Contributions have appeared or will appear by the following among others Authors TRELWANY BACKHOUSE LIONEL JOHNSON MAX BEERBOHM RICHARD LE GALLIENNE A C BENSON HTML PDF XML FlipBook Volume 3 Poster The Yellow Book 3 Image is a poster for The Yellow Book Volume 3 The poster has the words FOR SALE HERE across the top with the name of its American publishers across the bottom The poster s inset image is edged with a double frame On the left side of the image there is the figure of a woman with light hair

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  • The Yellow Nineties Online - 1890s Reviews
    singularly poor taste by The Yellow Dwarf the literature of this quarter s number of The Yellow Book attains a high level of excellence HTML PDF XML From Pall Mall Magazine Rev of The Yellow Book 10 I Zangwill The Yellow Book Vol X seems much better worth its price than most books of other colours HTML PDF XML From The New York Times Rev of The Yellow Book 10 Unattributed Some one having said the Yellow Book was dead it is proper to remark that it is alive and as yellow as it ever was HTML PDF XML Volume 11 From The Atlantic Monthly Comment on New Books Unattributed A periodical is generally founded for one of two purposes the making of money or the expression of ideas After it is well on its feel it may accomplish both of these ends HTML PDF XML From The Literary World The Yellow Book Unattributed Here it is a whole volume of it Volume XI for October 1896 an illustrated amall quarto of 342 pages taking its sensational name from its flaming yellow cover and gathering twenty two chapters on literature and twelve chapters on art from a variety of writers of the new impressionist school HTML PDF XML From The Dial Literary Notes Unattributed The Yellow Book for October has just made its appearance in this country coming from the recently established New York branch of Mr John Lane s business HTML PDF XML From The National Observer Autumnal Tints Unattributed Mr Max Beerbohms romantic satire of The Happy Hypocrite his portrait of The Yellow Dwarf and Miss Syrett s Front Cover Design should have been distributed at intervals over the last issue of The Yellow Book The humour of them coming as they do at the beginning is not sufficient to support the reader through the solid remainder of this bulky tome Mr Beerbohm comes before us masked for a fete champetre HTML PDF XML From The Westminster Gazette The Yellow Book Unattributed It is not too late we hope to notice the last Yellow Book though it has been for some weeks before the public A rumour had been current that Mr Lane proposed to abandon the illustrations but this proves unfounded One would not wish to lose them for they have sometimes been so much worse and occasionally so much better than those of other magazines that they have helped to give the publication a character of its own a character that without them it would perhaps lose altogether HTML PDF XML Volume 12 From Graphic The Yellow Book Unattributed The Yellow Book is beginning to be interesting as a survival It is not so long since every one used ot look forward to its quarterly publication with a sort of smiling expectancy which was variously attributable either to a desire to see what new antics its contributors had been playing or to a belief that behind all the Yellow Book s eccentricities and even behind its enormities there lurked a good deal of cleverness and a good deal of effort to be original HTML PDF XML From The Academy From Crowded Shelves Unattributed This fantastic quarterly does not grow in strength or beauty It lacks a policy a central idea and has become merely an agglomeration of pictures and stories all of which might appear with equal propriety elsewhere whereas once once things were not so once The Yellow Book was a fighter in a definite meritorious cause and contributors were proud to believe that their work was unlikely to be accepted by Mr Harland s fellow editors HTML PDF XML From The Dial Literary Notes Unattributed The Yellow Book for January opens with a poem by Mr William Watson HTML PDF XML From The Literary World The Yellow Book Unattributed The Yellow Book contains an unusual number of good articles and is much less full of mannerisms than its predecessors HTML PDF XML From The National Observer The Yellow Book Unattributed If The Yellow Book is not above its own high average of at least the last few numbers there is little blame Mr Henry Harland s Flower o the Clove is in his brightest and most captivating manner perhaps however he a little shirks his conclusion but it is something in The Yellow Book to have a conclusion at all HTML PDF XML From The New York Times Not As Yellow As It Was Unattributed Once more the egg colored volume called The Yellow Book appears and it is improved If the cover embellishment is Miss Ethel Reed s which it probably is it is a nice one As to the prints there are some few good ones and many shockingly poor ones HTML PDF XML From The Times Unattributed The principal upon which the YELLOW BOOK John Lane is edited would seem to be that at intervals of every three months a section of the reading public is seized with a craving for fresh work by Mr Henry Harland Miss Ella D Arcy and other of the little school of writers whom the Bodley Head has brought into notice HTML PDF XML Volume 13 From The Academy From Crowded Shelves Unattributed THE contents of the new number of the Yellow Book are more diversified than distinguished Mr Sidney Benson Thorpe s story An Immortal is sad and squalid enough but very well done Miss Evelyn Sharp s variant of Mr Aldrich s Marjorie Daw is clever although lacking in lightness Mr Harland has another bright comedy in porcelain as his very unreal studies in raillery might be called and Mrs Cunningham Grahame s treatment of an old legend is interesting HTML PDF XML From The Literary World The Yellow Book Unattributed The April Yellow Book has for its cover a startling design of a conventionalized cock fight by Mabel Syrett The illustrations by Ethel Read and the book plates by Patten Wilson are particularly interesting HTML PDF XML From The New York Times Bad Art in the Yellow Book Unattributed Most anything will do may be the answer the editor of The Yellow Book gives to the artist who furnishes illustrations for this publication Outside the volume as a challange on the yellow cover are two fighting cocks with all kinds of undulating tail feathers but with very poorly developed spurs HTML PDF XML From The Publisher s Circular Unattributed Among the literary contributors to this quarter s Yellow Book are Dr Garnett Mrs Cunningham Grahame Marion Hepworth Dixon F B Money Coutts Ella D Arcy RIchard Le Gallienne Olive Custance Stephen Phillips and Francis Watt HTML PDF XML Volume 2 From Atlantic Monthly Comment on New Books Unattributed Literature and Criticism The Yellow Book an Illustrated Quarterly Copeland Day Boston The merry go round of literary history brings back the old illustrated annual in this Yellow Book HTML PDF XML From Chap Book The Yellow Book Pierre La Rose TALKING of an acquaintance of ours writes the most quotable of biographers whose narratives were unhappily found to be very fabulous I mentioned Lord Mansfield s having said to me Suppose we believe one half of what he tells JOHNSON Ay but we don t know which half to believe HTML PDF XML From Chicago Daily Tribune Two Original Periodicals Unattributed The Yellow Book the second volume of which is just out is thoroughly enjoyable London Elkin Matthews John Lane Boston Copeland Day The ridicule heaped on this novelty in periodical literature seems to have been earned by its originality HTML PDF XML From New York Times A Disappointing Book Unattributed If to be incomprehensible means literary perfection then the major part of the text of The Yellow Book accomplishes its mission The most ambitious article is The Coxon Fund written by Mr Henry James After many hours of serious toil it is possible that a clever reader may discover that in Saltram the author wants to develop some passing episode in the life of a social sponge All else is twaddle meaningless and waste of paper HTML PDF XML From New York Times Current News of the Fine Arts Unattributed The second volume of the Yellow Book has more amusing illustrations by the British artists who are trying to outdo Rops Jossot Iwels and other Parisian fantastics HTML PDF XML From Pall Mall Gazette The Second Yellow Book Unattributed IF the editors of the Yellow Book were not so wantonly anxious to be new and aggressive they would make a better product of their venture Though the second number is an improvement upon the first there lies upon it still the original taint of the idea which gave the quarterly birth The editors seem to face the public and the world of letters with a grinning complacency in their own boldness HTML PDF XML From Poet lore Some Literary Tendencies Philip and His Wife and The Yellow Book Unattributed Maeterlinck s influence would seem to be felt in art also to a certain extent I am sure anyone would be justified in taking the face which adorns the cover of the Yellow Book for a portrait of Mélisande or rather of Mélisande s hair HTML PDF XML From St James s Gazette The Yellow Book Unattributed OF the second number of the Yellow Book it may at once be acknowledged that it is a distinct improvement on the first Mr Aubrey Beardsley tries to frighten us with an ugly frontispiece but inside there will be found some altogether charming and pleasing specimens of Art HTML PDF XML From The Academy Magazines and Reviews Unattributed The second number of the Yellow Book Matthews Lane though too bulky to be convenient and far too full of short stories which are too diffuse to be short is in some respects an improvement on the first number but the improvement we are bound to say is far more marked on the pictorial than on the literary side HTML PDF XML From The Bookman Rev of The Yellow Book 2 Unattributed That the Yellow Book does not mean to represent any special school is the promising feature revealed by the second volume HTML PDF XML From The Critic London Letter Arthur Waugh The second number of The Yellow Book is to be out next Monday and it is reported that it will be great improvement upon the first For one thing it is to be 100 pages larger HTML PDF XML From The Daily Chronicle The New Yellow Book Unattributed The second Yellow Book is better than the first That is saying much or little according to what one thought of the first The fact is therefore better stated absolutely than relatively So we may pronounce the second volume of this illustrates quarterly a publication of far more than usual interest HTML PDF XML From The Dial Second Number of The Yellow Book Unattributed The bits of genre which largely serve for fiction in The Yellow Book Copeland Day are not as a rule very attractive or stimulating They are often amateurish in their impressionism and have too marked a flavor of preciosity HTML PDF XML From The Literary Digest The Yellow Book on Modern Literature Unattributed The most advanced writers of England established a few months ago a periodical of their own The Yellow Book an illustrated quarterly which was to be the mouthpiece of modern literature The sensation created in the first number was enormous The second just issued bids fair to create no less stir by its radicalism and its outspoken defiance of the old novelists HTML PDF XML From The National Observer Dulness in Yellow Unattributed If The Yellow Book holds to its present path it will soon be amongst the most respectable and the most insignificant of our magazines The second number bids almost impudently for the suffrage of the suburbs Mr Philip Gilbert Hamerton L L D has been engaged to explain away the alarums and excursions of the first and right morally he has fulfilled his task HTML PDF XML From The Saturday Review Rev of The Yellow Book 2 Unattributed The new Yellow Book Mathews Lane is as undistinguished as the first issue or if distinguished in any way is distinguished precisely as the first volume is distinguished Mr Henry James in The Coxon Fund is much more diffuse and much less amusing than in his former contribution HTML PDF XML From The Spectator The Yellow Book Unattributed THE new Yellow Book is a ponderous affair There is more Literature than in the first volume and double the amount of Art Mr William Watson contributes a short four line epigram HTML PDF XML From Times Rev of The Yellow Book 2 Unattributed The second volume of the YELLOW BOOK Matthews and Lane will not have the same succès du scandal that fell to the first but it will be better liked by the people who still think that in literature and art it is well to draw the line somewhere HTML PDF XML Volume 3 From New York Times Another Yellow Nuisance Unattributed One William Hogarth over a hundred years ago gave us the full face the side one too patches and all of the fallen woman of his time and as far as outline goes Mr Aubrey Beardsley is only a poor copyist If there be talent in an artist because he possesses the power of irritating one s eyes so merit may be accorded to certain files for the reason they can produce blisters HTML PDF XML From Pall Mall Gazette The Brazen Yellowanthus Unattributed THERE was once a very small boy who said to a man grown old in his sins I m awfully fond of swearing I know a frightful oath and straightway he climbed that middle aged sinner s knee and whispered him a blood thirsty hair raising anathema It seems to us as if all or nearly all the contributors to the Yellow Book know something in the swearing line that if we may chance the vulgarism can give your mere Ernulphus fits HTML PDF XML From Studio New Publications Unattributed The Yellow Book Volume III London John Lane Price 5s net The art of The Yellow Book is the art of Aubrey Beardsley The Yellow Book without Aubrey Beardsley would lose its chief individuality It is evident that The Yellow Book pins its faith to Aubrey Beardsley and is ready to stand or fall by him HTML PDF XML From The Bookman Rev of The Yellow Book 3 Unattributed Its promise to provide permanent literature the Yellow Book fulfils in its third volume by Mr William Watson s charming love song and Mr John Davidson s Ballad of a Nun The fiction is rather less good than in the earlier numbers though in Mr Ernest Dowson s Apple Blossom in Brittany and in the editor s When I am King there is excellent workmanship HTML PDF XML From The Critic A Yellow Bore Unattributed ONE IS BEGINNING to dread the coming around of the quarters of the year Not because they mark the flight of time but because they announce the coming of The Yellow Book HTML PDF XML From The National Observer A Xanthopiate Unattributed Even the best of men when he knows a good story likes to tell it And the writer of this review knows a good story But he is not going to tell it His present duty is to criticize the Yellow Book and he means to live up to the dignity or impudence of the occasion Not that this is as easily done as you might think HTML PDF XML From The Saturday Review Rev of The Yellow Book 3 Unattributed With the lapse of time The Yellow Book has not acquired tone which is the gift of time The amateurishness of the present number is more pronounced than ever The note is struck in the extremely flimsy article Women Wives or Mothers with which the hook opens HTML PDF XML From The Spectator The Yellow Book Unattributed THE third volume of The Yellow Book is the first that has been issued by Mr John Lane at his new sign of The Bodley Head When a publication of this kind reaches its third number and can no longer be looked on as a novelty or a sport of the literary genus it is time to ask seriously what place it takes among contemporary literature and of what value it has as an exponent of art HTML PDF XML Volume 3 and 4 From The Dial One Year of the Yellow Book Unattributed The Yellow Book always contains such a variety of things that it would go hard were there not a few of considerable merit among them all Indeed one can hardly look over the contents of one of these star ing octavos without a dim sense of wonder that the editors should have unearthed so many acceptable writers and artists hitherto unknown to the public for familiar names are by no means the rule HTML PDF XML Volume 4 From Current Literature Rev of The Yellow Book 4 Unattributed The fourth volume of the Yellow Book is out and doubtless says the New York Tribune there is joy in the hearts of its makers and readers because this precious bantling has weathered its first year HTML PDF XML From Graphic The Yellow Book Unattributed The bright lights of The Yellow Book show no signs at present of failing Some of the soberer spirits who lent it dignity in former issues are now absent but the particular stars whose genius it was called into existence to exploit are still here to support it towards its first year of life HTML PDF XML From New York Times That Yellow Nuisance Again Unattributed The character of the Yellow Book may be generalized as not nice but nasty There is the leading story the first one The Bohemian Girl

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  • The Yellow Nineties Online - Scholarly Commentary
    Reviews Scholarly Commentary The Pageant Volumes Biographies A B Aubrey Beardsley Max Beerbohm Robert Anning Bell John Buchan C 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 Nørregaard O P Walter Pater Joseph Pennell Q R Dollie Radford Charles Ricketts Charles G D Roberts Charles Robinson Frederick Rolfe Baron Corvo William Rothenstein S Henry Salt Olive Schreiner William Sharp M P Shiel William Strang Alma Strettell Joseph Swan Algernon Charles Swinburne Arthur Symons Netta Syrett T Graham R Tomson U V W Theodore Watts Dunton Johnny Wayne Gleeson White Oscar Wilde Patten Wilson Alice Woodward X Y Z Search General Advanced Scholarly Commentary on The Yellow Book The Yellow Book 1894 1897 An Overview Lorraine Janzen Kooistra In early 1894 Henry Harland and Aubrey Beardsley successfully pitched a new kind of illustrated magazine to publisher John Lane Like

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  • The Yellow Nineties Online - Bibliography
    William M Ada Leverson s Wild e Yellow Book Stories Victorian Newsletter 96 1999 21 28 Hinkson Katharine Tynan London Letter Rev of The Yellow Book Vol 1 Literary World Boston 2 June 1894 169 London Letter Patten Wilson Literary World Boston 9 Mar 1895 72 Hobbes John Oliver Pearl Craigie The Life of John Oliver Hobbes London John Murray 1911 Houfe Simon Fin de Siecle The Illustrators of the Nineties London Barrie Jenkins 1992 Hughes Linda K Women Poets and Contested Spaces in The Yellow Book Studies in English Literature 44 2004 849 72 Huntley John Aline and Henry Harland Aubrey Beardsley and The Yellow Book A Verification of Some Evidence Notes and Queries Mar 1962 107 08 It has been more than hinted Critic 9 Jan 1897 27 Jackson Holbrook Personalities and Tendencies The Eighteen Nineties New York Mitchell Kennerley 1914 37 64 James Henry Henry James Letters Ed Leon Edel Vol 3 Cambridge Belknap Harvard UP 1980 Henry James Selected Letters Ed Leon Edel Cambridge Belknap Harvard UP 1974 Notebooks of Henry James Ed F O Matthiessen and Kenneth B Murdock New York Oxford UP 1947 160 Preface The Novels and Tales of Henry James Vol 15 New York Scribner s 1909 v xviii Kennedy J M The Yellow Book School English Literature 1880 1905 London Stephen Swift Co 1912 98 140 Kitcat Mabel Henry Harland in London Bookman New York Aug 1909 609 13 La Rose Pierre The Yellow Book Rev of The Yellow Book Vol 2 Chap Book Chicago Aug 1894 161 65 Lang Andrew In the World of Art and Letters Rev of The Yellow Book Vol 1 Cosmopolitan 17 3 July 1894 373 Lasner Mark Samuels The Yellow Book A Checklist and Index London Eighteen Nineties Society 1998 The Latest Yellow Book Rev of The Yellow Book Vol 7 Sketch 30 Oct 1895 5 Le Gallienne Richard The Romantic 90s Garden City Doubleday Page Company 1925 225 42 Leaf Katharine The Myth of The Yellow Book Nation Athenaeum 21 Feb 1925 714 15 Ledger Sally Wilde Women and The Yellow Book The Sexual Politics of Aestheticism and Decadence English Literature in Transition 50 1 2007 5 26 Linton Lynn Cranks and Crazes North American Review Dec 1895 667 74 Literary Notes Rev of The Yellow Book Vol 11 Dial 16 Dec 1896 392 93 Literary Notes Rev of The Yellow Book Vol 12 Dial 1 Mar 1897 160 Literary Notes New York Times 20 Aug 1894 3 The Lounger Critic 19 May 1894 344 The Lounger Rev of The Yellow Book Vol 7 Critic 30 Nov 1895 371 Magazines and Reviews Rev of The Yellow Book Vol 2 Academy 28 July 1894 67 May J Lewis John Lane and the Nineties London John Lane 1936 The Truth about The Yellow Book Seven Years Harvest An Anthology of the Bermondsey Book 1923 1930 Comp Sidney Gutman London William Heinemann 1934 423 33 Mayne Ethel Coburn Henry James As Seen from The Yellow Book Little Review 5 4 1918 1 4 Meynell Viola Alice Meynell A Memoir London Westminster 1929 73 74 Mix Katherine Lyon A Study in Yellow The Yellow Book and Its Contributors 1960 New York Greenwood 1969 Rev of Monochromes by Ella D Arcy Chicago Daily Tribune 22 June 1895 10 Mr Aubrey Beardsley Leslie s Weekly 6 Aug 1896 90 Mr Aubrey Beardsley A Decadent Artist at Home Westminster Budget 19 Apr 1895 15 Muddiman Bernard The Men of the Nineties London Henry Danielson 1920 Muir Percy The Old Firm Minding My Own Business London Chatto Windus 1956 1 13 Nelson Carolyn Christensen Fiction Written by Women for The Yellow Book British Women Fiction Writers of the 1890s New York Twayne 1996 80 94 A New Kind of Quarterly Rev of The Yellow Book Vol 1 Daily Chronicle 16 Apr 1894 3 The New Master of Art Aubrey Beardsley To Day 12 May 1894 28 29 New Publications Rev of The Yellow Book Vol 3 Studio 4 1895 9 The New Yellow Book Rev of The Yellow Book Vol 2 Daily Chronicle 12 July 1894 3 Not as Yellow as It Was Rev of The Yellow Book Vol 12 New York Times 13 Mar 1897 BR3 Notes Chap Book 15 June 1894 73 Notes and News Academy 31 July 1897 92 Ordoñez Elmer A The Victorian Image and The Yellow Book Philippine Social Sciences and Humanities Review 31 2 1966 198 216 Oscar Wilde and Aubrey Beardsley Washington Post 12 Aug 1894 14 Pater Walter To Arthur Symons 17 Jan 1894 Letter 254 of The Letters of Walter Pater Ed Lawrence Evans London Oxford UP 1970 147 48 Peck Harry Thurston Chronicle and Comment Bookman July 1896 391 Pictures in The Yellow Book Literary Digest Boston 22 Dec 1894 223 13 A Pinch from The Cardinal s Snuff Box Henry Harland New York Herald 13 Dec 1903 4 5 Prideaux W F Dante G Rossetti George Meredith Notes and Queries 8th ser 6 1894 286 87 Question of Tone Punch or The London Charivari 19 May 1894 231 Raymond Jean Paul Charles Ricketts and Charles Ricketts Oscar Wilde Recollections 1932 Folcroft PA Folcroft 1969 52 Robinson Edwin Arlington Untriangulated Stars Letters of Edwin Arlington Robinson to Harry De Forest Smith 1890 1905 Ed Denham Sutcliffe Cambridge Harvard UP 1947 Scotson Clark G F The Artist of The Yellow Book Aubrey Beardsley Bookman Apr 1895 158 61 The Second Yellow Book Rev of The Yellow Book Vol 2 Pall Mall Gazette 20 July 1894 4 Sharp Evelyn Going Abroad with The Yellow Book Unfinished Adventure Selected Reminiscences from an English Woman s Life London John Lane 1933 52 71 A Group of the Nineties Manchester Guardian 19 Jan 1924 7 Shaw Bernard To Arthur Waugh 18 June 1894 Bernard Shaw Collected Letters 1874 1897 Ed Dan H Laurence New York Dodd Mead and Company 1965 446 47 Sims George The Yellow Book Volume I Antiquarian Book Monthly Review 17 Sept 1990 378

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  • The Yellow Nineties Online - Volumes
    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 Nørregaard O P Walter Pater Joseph Pennell Q R Dollie Radford Charles Ricketts Charles G D Roberts Charles Robinson

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