The Yellow Book/Volume 2

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, criticised Philip Gilbert Hamerton, 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. An Epigram William Watson 289
XXI. The Coxon Fund Henry James 290

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
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VI. Garçons de Café
VII. The Slippers of Cinderella
VIII. Portrait of Madame Rejane
IX. A Landscape Alfred Thornton 117
X. Portrait of Himself; P. Wilson Steer 171
XI. A Lady
XII. A Gentleman
XIII. Portrait 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

The Yellow Book

An Illustrated Quarterly

Volume II July, 1894



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