The Yellow Book/Volume 3

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The Yellow Book (1894)
edited by Henry Harland
Volume III. (October 1894)
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I. Women—Wives or Mothers By A Woman 11
II. "Tell Me not Now" William Watson 19
III. The Headswoman Kenneth Grahame 25
IV. Credo Arthur Symons 48
V. White Magic Ella D'Arcy 59
VI. Fleurs de Feu José Maria de Hérédia, the French Academy 69
VII. Flowers of Fire, a Translation Ellen M. Clerke 70
VIII. When I am King Henry Harland 71
IX. To a Bunch of Lilac Theo Marzials 87
X. Apple-Blossom in Brittany Ernest Dowson 93
XI. To Salome at St. James's Theodore Wratislaw 110
XII. Second Thoughts Arthur Moore 112
XIII. Twilight Olive Custance 134
XIV. Tobacco Clouds Lionel Johnson 143
XV. Reiselust Annie Macdonell 153
XVI. To Every Man a Damsel or Two C. S. 155
XVII. A Song and a Tale Nora Hopper 158
XVIII. De Profundis S. Cornish Watkins 167
XIX. A Study in Sentimentality Hubert Crackanthorpe 175
XX. George Meredith Morton Fullerton 210
XXI. Jeanne-Marie Leila Macdonald 215
XXII. Parson Herrick's Muse C. W. Dalmon 241
XXIII. A Note on George the Fourth Max Beerbohm 247
XXIV. The Ballad of a Nun John Davidson 273
I. Mantegna By Philip Broughton Page 7
II. From a Lithograph George Thomson 21
III. Portrait of Himself Aubrey Beardsley 50
IV. Lady Gold's Escort
V. The Wagnerites
VI. La Dame aux Camélias
VII. From a Pastel Albert Foschter 89
VIII. Collins Music Hall, Islington Walter Sickert 136
IX. The Lion Comique
X. Charley's Aunt
XI. The Mirror P. Wilson Steer 169
XII. Skirt-Dancing
XIII. A Sunset William Hyde 211
XIV. George the Fourth Max Beerbohm 243
XV. Study of a Head An Unknown Artist 270

The Yellow Book

Volume III October, 1894

The Editor of The Yellow Book can in no case hold himself responsible for rejected manuscripts; when, however, they are accompanied by stamped addressed envelopes, every effort will be made to secure their prompt return.

The Yellow Book

An Illustrated Quarterly

Volume IIIOctober, 1894

London: John Lane, The Bodley Head, Vigo Street
Boston: Copeland & Day
Agents for the Colonies: Robt. A. Thompson & Co.

Ballantyne Press

London & Edinburgh

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