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YB1_review_book_reviews_june_1894

From Book Reviews: Review of The Yellow Book The Yellow Book. Vol. 1. April, 1894. (Copeland & Day.) The varied opinions held by the English…

YB1_review_academy_april_1894

From The Academy: “The Yellow Book” MESSRS. ELKIN MATHEWS & JOHN LANE have issued the first number of The Yellow Book, a new and bulky and…

YB1_review_cambridge_review_june_1894

From The Cambridge Review: “The Yellow Book” “The Yellow Book as the representative of English Literature and Art.” The Yellow Book has now been before…

YB1_review_cosmopolitan_july_1894

From The Cosmopolitan: “In the World of Art and Letters” THE very newest thing in literature which aims at being light is “The Yellow Book”…

YB1_review_critic_may_1894

From The Critic: “A Yellow Impertinence” The Yellow Book is the Oscar Wilde of periodicals. With enough cleverness to be successful by legitimate methods, Mr.…

YB1_review_current_literature_june_1894

From Current Literature: “A Yellow Melancholy” Of the new English quarterly, The Yellow Book, the orig-inal literary departure from the conventional magazine, and whose appearance…

YB1_review_literary_world_june_1894

From The Literary World: “London Letter” The Yellow Book of Messrs. Matthews & Lane seems to have disappointed most of the re-viewers. To my mind…

YB1_review_nation_may_1894

From The Nation: Review of The Yellow Book To do something new seems to have been the principal aim of the publishers of ‘The Yellow…

YB1_review_westminster_gazette_april_1894

From The Westminster Gazette: “The Yellow Book” The new quarterly, which calls itself the Yellow Book, contains about half-a-dozen of the silliest articles that have…