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Contents

Literature

I. The Gospel of Content . By Frederick Greenwood Page 11
II. Poor Cousin Louis . . Ella D’Arcy . . . 34
III. The Composer of “Carmen”     Charles Willeby . . 63
IV. Thirty Bob a Week . John Davidson . . 99
V. A Responsibility . . Henry Harland . . 103
VI. A Song . . . . Dollie Radford . . 116
VII. Passed . . . . Charlotte M. Mew . 121
VIII. Sat est Scripsisse . . Austin Dobson . . 142
IX. Three Stories . . . V., O., C.S. . . . 144
X. In a Gallery . . . Katharine de Mattos . 177
XI. The Yellow Book,    Philip Gilbert Hamerton
                        criticised            LL.D. . . . 179
XII. Dreams . . . . Ronald Campbell Macfie 195
XIII. Madame Réjane . . Dauphin Meunier . . 197
XIV. The Roman Road . . Kenneth Grahame . . 211
XV. Betrothed . . . Norman Gale . . 227
XVI. Thy Heart’s Desire . . Netta Syrett . . . 228
XVII. Reticence in Literature . Hubert Crackanthorpe . 259
XVIII. My Study . . . Alfred Hayes . . . 275
XIX. A Letter to the Editor . Max Beerbohm . . 281
XX. Epigram . . . William Watson . . 289
XXI. The Coxon Fund . . Henry James . . . 290

                                                Art

The Yellow Book—Vol. II—July, 1894

Art

I. The Renaissance of Venus by Walter Crane . . Page 7
II. The Lamplighter . . A.S. Hartrick . . 60
III. The Comedy-Ballet of
        Marionettes . Aubrey Beardsley . . 85 .
IV. The Comedy-Ballet of Marionettes .
V. The Comedy-Ballet of Marionettes .
VI. Garcons de Cafe .
VII. The Slippers of
     Cinderella . .
VIII. Portrait of Madame
     Réjane . .
IX. A Landscape . . . Alfred Thornton . . 117
X. Portrait of Himself P. Wilson Steer . . 171
XI. A Lady . . .
XII. A Gentleman . .
XIII. Portait of Henry James     John S. Sargent, A.R.A. . 191
XIV. A Girl Resting . . Sydney Adamson . . 207
XV. The Old Bedford Music
        Hall . . . Walter Sickert . . 220
XVI. Portrait of Aubrey
        Beardsley
XVII. Ada Lundberg .
XVIII. An Idyll . . . W. Brown Mac Dougal . 256
XIX. The Old Man’s Garden. . . E.J. Sullivan . . . 270
XX. The Quick and the
        Dead
XXI. A Reminiscence of
        “The Transgressor”     Francis Forster . . 278
XXII. A Study . . . . Bernhard Sickert . . 285
XXIII. For the Backs of Playing
        Cards . . By Aymer Vallance . 361

MLA citation:

“Contents.” The Yellow Book, vol. 2, July 1894, pp. 1-2. Yellow Book Digital Edition, edited by Dennis Denisoff and Lorraine Janzen Kooistra, 2010-2014. Yellow Nineties 2.0, Ryerson University Centre for Digital Humanities, 2019. https://1890s.ca/YBV2_toc/