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LITERARY CONTENTS

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EDITORIAL NOTE       .       .       .       .       .        .       .        .       .        .        5
A MAD SAINT.   An Article by CESARE LOMBROSO (translated by Havelock
        Ellis
       .       .       .       .       .        .       .        .       .        .        .       .      13
NEW YEAR’S EVE.   A Poem by ARTHUR SYMONS       .       .        .        .          25
A MERE MAN.   By a NEW WRITER      .        .        .        .        .       .        .      26
SAINT-GERMAIN-EN-LAYE.   A Poem by ERNEST DOWSON        .         .          55
ROSA ALCHEMICA.  A Story by W. B. YEATS       .       .        .       .       .           56
FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE—I.   An Article by HAVELOCK ELLIS        .       .           79
THE FORGE.  A Poem by JOHN GRAY    .       .        .        .       .        .       .         97
THE DETERIORATION OF NANCY.   A Story by  FREDERICK
        WEDMORE
        .        .       .       .       .        .       .        .        .        .           99
TWO POEMS CONCERNING PEASANT VISIONARIESA Cradle
        Song: “The Valley of the Black Pig.”
   By W.B YEATS
        .       .       .       .         109
PAUL VERLAINE.
        I.—A First Sight of Verlaine.   By EDMUND GOSSE        .        .        .       .        113
       II.—Verlaine in 1894.   By W. B. YEATS       .        .        .        .       .        .       117
      III.—My Visit to London.   By PAUL VERLAINE (translated by Arthur
      Symons)
       .        .        .        .       .        .       .        .       .        .       .        119
THE LOVE OF THE POOR.   A Poem by LEILA MACDONALD (illustrated)       .     139
PAGES FROM THE LIFE OF LUCY NEWCOME.   A Story by
        ARTHUR SYMONS
       .        .       .       .        .       .        .       .        .          147
THE TRUANT’S HOLIDAY   A Poem by SELWYN IMAGE         .       .        .        163
ON THE KIND OF FICTION CALLED MORBID.   An Essay by
        VINCENT O’SULLIVAN
     .        .       .        .       .        .       .        .       .      167
COUNTESS MARIE OF THE ANGELS.   A Story by ERNEST DOWSON        .       173
UNDER THE HILL.   A Romantic Story by AUBREY BEARDSLEY
        (Chapter IV., illustrated by the Author       .        .       .        .       .        .        187
PUBLISHER’S NOTE        .       .        .       .        .       .        .       .        .         197

ART CONTENTS

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COVER       .       .       Designed by AUBREY BEARDSLEY        .       .        .           
TITLE PAGE       .       .       Designed by AUBREY BEARDSLEY        .        .       .   3
SALT WATER.   A Lithograph by CHARLES H. SHANNON      .       .       .       .     11
CLASSIC LONDON.   After a Pen-and-Ink Drawing by JOSEPH PENNELL      .       23
PORTRAIT OF MRS. STERNER.   After a Pencil Drawing by ALBERT
        E. STERNER
        .       .        .       .        .       .        .       .        .       .          53
THREE VISIONS.  After Pen-and-Ink Drawings by WILLIAM T. HORTON        .    71
THE BACCHANTES   After a Water-Colour Drawing by PH. CARESME       .        95
THE RAPE OF THE LOCK.  After a Pen-and-Ink Drawing by AUBREY
        BEARDSLEY
    .       .        .        .       .        .       .        .       .        .       .    111
THE DIVE.   A Lithograph by CHARLES H. SHANNON        .        .       .       .      137
A VIGNETTE    By WM. T. HORTON        .        .       .       .        .       .        .     139
A CUL-DE-LAMPE    By WM. T. HORTON        .        .       .        .       .        .     144
THE RIALTO, VENICE.   After a Pen-and-Ink Drawing by WALTER
        SICKERT      .       .       .        .       .       .        .       .        .       .        .      145
CARICATURE OF AUBREY BEARDSLEY.   A Wood-Engraving after
        the Drawing by MAX BEERBOHM
       .        .        .        .       .        .       .    161
TWO LADIES.   After an Oil-Painting by WILL ROTHENSTEIN       .        .          165
THE MERMAID’S CAVE.   By J. LEMMEN       .        .       .       .        .       .     171
A FOOTNOTE.   After Pen-and-Ink Drawings by AUBREY BEARDSLEY    .           185
THE ASCENSION OF SAINT ROSE OF LIMA.
         After Pen-and-Ink Drawings by AUBREY BEARDSLEY    .       .       .            189
FOR THE THIRD TABLEAU OF “DAS RHEINGOLD”
         After Pen-and-Ink Drawings by AUBREY BEARDSLEY    .       .       .            193
COVER OF NO. 1 OF “THE SAVOY”  
        After Pen-and-Ink Drawings by AUBREY BEARDSLEY
    .       .       .        .     199
COVER OF NO. 2 OF THE “SAVOY”  
        After Pen-and-Ink Drawings by AUBREY BEARDSLEY
    .       .       .        .     201

      The Whole of the Reproductions in this Volume, in line and half-tone blocks, and the
                                         Wood Engraving, are by MR. PAUL NAUMANN.

MLA citation:

“Table of Contents.” The Savoy, vol. 2 April 1896, pp. 7-9. Savoy Digital Edition, edited by Christopher Keep and Lorraine Janzen Kooistra, 2018-2020. Yellow Nineties 2.0, Ryerson University Centre for Digital Humanities, 2019. https://1890s.ca/savoyv2-toc/