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SAVOYV6_ellis_jude

CONCERNING JUDE THE OBSCURE The Database of Ornament THE eighteenth century is the great period of the English novel. Defoe, Richardson, Fielding, Goldsmith, Sterne, and…

SAVOYV6_thomas_lethe

A SOUL AT LETHE’S BRINK The Database of Ornament                         ARE ye not overfond—                        Ye who would carry memory to the shades,                         Those blessed seats in the…

SAVOYV6_symons_millais

A LESSON OF MILLAIS The Database of Ornament THE burial of Millais in St. Paul’s should have been an honour done to a great painter,…

SAVOYV6_wratislaw_epitaph

THE EPITAPH The Database of Ornament                                     IN FORM OF A BALLADE             WHICH VILLON MADE FOR HIMSELF AND HIS COMPANIONS                    WHEN EXPECTING TO BE HANGED WITH…

SAVOYV6_Clarke_Elsa

ELSA The Database of Ornament THERE was a rosy hue all over the dinner-table, as two men sat patiently waiting ; it cast its glow…

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THE THREE WITCHES The Database of Ornament                         ALL the moon-shed nights are over,                           And the days of gray and dun,                         There is neither may nor clover,…

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SOME NOTES ON THE STAINED GLASS WINDOWS AND DECORATIVE PAINTINGS OF THE CHURCH OF ST. MARTIN’S-ON-THE-HILL, SCARBOROUGH The Database of Ornament THE Church of St.…

SAVOYV6_symons_causerie

A CAUSERIE: FROM A CASTLE IN IRELAND The Database of Ornament IN the mysterious castle, lost among trees that start up suddenly around it, out…

Savoy Volumes

THE SAVOY Published in 1896 by Leonard Smithers in London in two quarterly and six monthly numbers, The Savoy was edited by Arthur Symons and Aubrey Beardsley.…