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YBV13_hepworth_runaway

XML     PDF The Runaway By Marion Hepworth-Dixon             I “I AM sorry to say, Mrs. Reinhart, that your son is —a profligate.” Mr. Knowler was…

YBV13_harland_merely

XML     PDF Merely Players By Henry Harland             I“MY dear,” said the elder man, “as I’ve told you a thousand times, what you need is…

YBV13_graham_christ

XML     PDF The Christ of Toro By Mrs. Cunninghame Graham             I            The PredictionVERY many centuries ago, when monastic life was as much a life of…

YBV13_garnett_sonnets

XML     PDF Sonnets  From the Portuguese of Anthero de Quental By Richard Garnett             IWITH thistle’s azure flower my home I hung,    And did with redolence…

YBV13_gallienne_twoprose

XML     PDF Two Prose Fancies By Richard Le Gallienne             I—Sleeping Beauty“EVERY woman is a sleeping beauty,” I said, sententiously. “Only some need more waking…

YBV13_frontmatter

XML     PDF Front Matter The Yellow Book Volume XIII April, 1897 The Editor of THE YELLOW BOOK advises all persons sending manuscripts to keep…

YBV13_custance_pierrot

XML     PDF Pierrot By Olive Custance PIERROT . . . . Pierrot . . . . at first they said you slept,    And then they…

YBV13_blaikie_noon

XML     PDF The Noon of Love By J. A. Blaikie         IEASTWARD each morning,Ever old, ever new,The radiant adorningOf day made for youMeets me, and…

YBV13_ainslie_twopoems

XML     PDF Two Poems By Douglas Ainslie     I—The Death of Verlaine“Rien de plus cher que la chanson grise.”     VERLAINE. So the poet of grey…

YBV13_thierry_toss

XML     PDF On the Toss of a Penny By Cecil de Thierry HE leant back among the fern, tired out with his day’s tramp.…