Bibliography for The Yellow Book
       
   
This selected Bibliography of writings about The Yellow Book is not intended to be comprehensive, but rather acts as an introduction to the periodical’s production and reception. The editors welcome further suggestions for entries.
 
   
 

Alden, William L. “London Literary Letter.” New York Times 5 Oct. 1898: 20

“Another Yellow Nuisance.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 3. New York Times 18 Nov. 1894: 23.

“Art and Artists [Aubrey Beardsley].” New York Times 30 Jan. 1897: BR7.

The Artists of The Yellow Book and the Circle of Oscar Wilde. London: Clarendon Gallery, 1983.

“Aubrey Beardsley.” New York Times 9 Apr. 1898: RB241.

"Aubrey Beardsley and His Work.” Current Literature June 1895: 502-03.

“Autumnal Tints.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 11. National Observer 21 Nov. 1896: 24.

“Bad Art in The Yellow Book.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 13. New York Times 17 July 1897: BR5.

Beardsley, Aubrey. The Letters of Aubrey Beardsley. Ed. Henry Maas, J.L. Duncan and W.G. Good. Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickinson, 1970.

“Beardsley, the Funny Man.” Los Angeles Times 28 Apr. 1895: 12.

Beckson, Karl. “Ella D’Arcy, Aubrey Beardsley, and the Crisis at The Yellow Book: A New Letter.” Notes and Queries 26 (1979): 331-33.

---. Henry Harland: His Life and Work. London: Eighteen Nineties Society, 1978.

---. London in the 1890s: A Cultural History. New York: W.W. Norton, 1992.

---, and Mark Samuels Lasner. “The Yellow Book and Beyond: Selected Letters of Henry Harland to John Lane.” English Literature in Transition (1880-1920) 42.4 (1999): 401-32.

Beerbohm, Max. “From the Queer and Yellow Book.” Punch, or The London Charivari 2 Feb. 1895: 58.

---. Letters of Max Beerbohm. Ed. Rupert Hart-Davis. London: John Murray, 1988.

---. Letters to Reggie Turner. Ed. Rupert Hart-Davis. London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1964.

Bennett, Arnold. The Journals of Arnold Bennett 1896-1910. Ed. Newman Flower. London: Cassell, 1932.

Berman, Avis. “Whistler and the Printed Page: The Artist as Book Designer.” American Art 9.2 (1995): 62-87.

“Books and Authors.” New York Times 16 Jan. 1897: BR7

Brake, Laurel. “Endgames: The Politics of The Yellow Book or, Decadence, Gender and the New Journalism.” Essays and Studies 48 (1995): 38-64.

Brake, Laurel. Print in Transition, 1850-1910: Studies in Media and Book History. Houndsmills, Hampshire: Palgrave, 2001. Print.

“The Brazen Yellowanthus.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 3. Pall Mall Gazette 2 Nov. 1894: 4.

“Briefer Mention.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 7. Dial 1 Jan. 1896: 23-24.

Brisau, A. “The Yellow Book and Its Place in the Eighteen-Nineties.” Studia Germanica Gandensia 8 (1966): 135-72.

Brown, R.D. “The Bodley Head Press: Some Bibliographical Extrapolations.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 61 (1967): 39-50.

Burdett, Osbert. The Beardsley Period: An Essay in Perspective. London: John Lane, 1925.

C.H.S.M. “The Yellow Book.” Cambridge Review 7 June 1894: 390-91.

Carpenter, William H. “The Editor of The Yellow Book [Henry Harland].” Bookman [New York] Feb. 1895: 87-88.

Casford, E. Lenore. The Magazines of the 1890’s. Eugene: Oregon UP, 1929.

Chan, Winnie. “An ‘Aristocracy of Talent’: The Short Story in The Yellow Book.” The Economy of the Short Story in British Periodicals of the 1890s. New York: Routledge, 2007. 53-99.

---. “Morbidity, Masculinity, and the Misadventures of the New Woman in The Yellow Book’s Short Stories.” Nineteenth-Century Feminisms 4 (2001): 35-46.

Chapman, Raymond. The Victorian Debate: English Literature and Society 1832-1901. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1968. 241-42.

“Chronicle and Comment [Ella D’Arcy].” Bookman [New York] Dec. 1895: 260.

Clark, Kenneth. The Best of Aubrey Beardsley. New York: Doubleday, 1978.

Colvin, David. Aubrey Beardsley: A Slave to Beauty. New York: Welcome Rain, 1998.

“Comment on New Books.” Rev. of ,i>The Yellow Book, Vol. 2. Atlantic Monthly Aug. 1894: 275.

“Comment on New Books.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 11. Atlantic Monthly Nov. 1896: 716.

Cruse, Amy. After the Victorians. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., 1938. 50-55.

D’Arcy, Ella. Some Letters to John Lane. Ed. Alan Anderson. Edinburgh: Tragara Press, 1990.

---. “Yellow Book Celebrities.” English Literature in Transition 37.1 (1994): 33-37.

Denny, Norman. “Selector’s Note.” The Yellow Book: A Selection. Comp. Norman Denny. London: Spring Books, 1949.

“A Disappointing Book.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 2. New York Times 19 Aug. 1894: 23.

Dowling, Linda. “Letterpress and Picture in the Literary Periodicals of the 1890s.” Yearbook of English Studies 16 (1986): 117-31.

“Draws What He Sees [Aubrey Beardsley].” Chicago Daily Tribune 12 Aug. 1894: 27.

“Dullness in Yellow.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 2. National Observer 18 Aug. 1894: 359.

Elliott, Bridget. “Covent Garden Follies: Beardsley’s Masquerade Images of Posers and Voyeurs.” Oxford Art Journal 9.1 (1986): 38-48.

---. “New and Not So ‘New Women’ on the London Stage: Aubrey Beardsley’s Yellow Book Images of Mrs. Patrick Campbell and Réjane.” Victorian Studies 31.1 (1987): 33-57.

---. “Sights of Pleasure: Beardsley’s Images of Actresses and the New Journalism of the Nineties.” Reconsidering Aubrey Beardsley. Ed. Robert Langenfeld. Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1989. 71-101.

“The Fifth Yellow Book.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 5. New York Times 8 June 1895: 3.

Fisher, Benjamin F. “Ella D’Arcy Reminisces.” English Literature in Transition 37.1 (1994): 28-32.

Fisher, Benjamin Franklin IV. “Ella D’Arcy: A Commentary with a Primary and Annotated Secondary Bibliography.” English Literature in Transition 35.2 (1992): 179-211.

---. “Ella D’Arcy, First Lady of the Decadents.” University of Mississippi Studies in English 10 (1992): 238-49.

Fletcher, Ian. “Decadence and the Little Magazines.” Decadence and the 1890s. London: Edward Arnold, 1979. 173-202.

“From Crowded Shelves.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 12. Academy 6 Feb. 1897: 177.

Gatton, John Spalding. “‘Much Talk of the Y.B.’: Henry Harland and the Debut of The Yellow Book.” Victorian Periodicals Review 13 (1980): 132-34.

Gilder, Jeannette L. “She Pokes Fun at It.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 1. Chicago Tribune 6 May 1894: 44.

Gissing, George. Collected Letters of George Gissing. Ed. Paul F. Mattheisen, Arthur C. Young, and Pierre Coustillas. 9 vols. Athens, OH: Ohio UP, 1990.

Glastonbury, G. [Aline Harland]. “The Life and Writings of Henry Harland.” Irish Monthly 39 (1911): 210-19

Graham, Walter. English Literary Periodicals. New York: Thomas Nelson & Sons, 1930. 265-66.

Harland, Henry. “To Edmund Gosse.” 5 May 1895. Letter 148 of Transatlantic Dialogue: Selected American Correspondence of Edmund Gosse. Ed. Paul F. Mattheisen and Michael Millgate. Austin: U of Texas P, 1965. 231.

[Harris, Frank]. “Three Yellow-Book Story-Tellers.” Saturday Review 1 June 1895: 730- 31.

Harrison, Fraser. Introduction. The Yellow Book: An Anthology. Comp. Fraser Harrison. New York: St. Martin’s, 1974. 3-48.

Harrison, William M. “Ada Leverson’s Wild(e) Yellow Book Stories.” Victorian Newsletter 96 (1999): 21-28.

Hinkson, Katharine Tynan. “London Letter.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 1. Literary World [Boston] 2 June 1894: 169.

---. “London Letter [Patten Wilson].” Literary World [Boston] 9 Mar. 1895: 72.

Hobbes, John Oliver [Pearl Craigie]. The Life of John Oliver Hobbes. London: John Murray, 1911.

Houfe, Simon. Fin de Siecle: The Illustrators of the ’Nineties. London: Barrie & Jenkins, 1992.

Hughes, Linda K. “Women Poets and Contested Spaces in The Yellow Book.” Studies in English Literature 44 (2004): 849-72.

Huntley, John. “Aline and Henry Harland, Aubrey Beardsley, and The Yellow Book: A Verification of Some Evidence.” Notes and Queries Mar. 1962: 107-08.

“It has been more than hinted….” Critic 9 Jan. 1897: 27.

Jackson, Holbrook. “Personalities and Tendencies.” The Eighteen Nineties. New York: Mitchell Kennerley, 1914. 37-64.

James, Henry. Henry James Letters. Ed. Leon Edel. Vol. 3. Cambridge: Belknap- Harvard UP, 1980.

---. Henry James: Selected Letters. Ed. Leon Edel. Cambridge: Belknap-Harvard UP, 1974.

---. Notebooks of Henry James. Ed. F.O. Matthiessen and Kenneth B. Murdock. New York: Oxford UP, 1947. 160.

---. Preface. The Novels and Tales of Henry James. Vol. 15. New York: Scribner’s, 1909. v-xviii.

Kennedy, J.M. “The Yellow Book School.” English Literature: 1880-1905. London: Stephen Swift & Co., 1912. 98-140.

Kitcat, Mabel. “Henry Harland in London.” Bookman [New York] Aug. 1909: 609-13.

La Rose, Pierre. “The Yellow Book.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 2. Chap-Book [Chicago] Aug. 1894: 161-65.

Lang, Andrew. “In the World of Art and Letters.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 1. Cosmopolitan 17.3 (July 1894): 373.

Lasner, Mark Samuels. The Yellow Book: A Checklist and Index. London: Eighteen Nineties Society, 1998.

“The Latest Yellow Book.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 7. Sketch 30 Oct. 1895: 5.

Le Gallienne, Richard. The Romantic ’90s. Garden City: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1925. 225-42.

Leaf, Katharine. “The Myth of The Yellow Book.” Nation & Athenaeum 21 Feb. 1925: 714-15.

Ledger, Sally. “Wilde Women and The Yellow Book: The Sexual Politics of Aestheticism and Decadence.” English Literature in Transition 50.1 (2007): 5-26.

Linton, Lynn. “Cranks and Crazes.” North American Review Dec. 1895: 667-74.

“Literary Notes.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 11. Dial 16 Dec. 1896: 392-93.

“Literary Notes.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 12. Dial 1 Mar. 1897: 160.

“Literary Notes.” New York Times 20 Aug. 1894: 3.

“The Lounger.” Critic 19 May 1894: 344.

“The Lounger.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 7. Critic 30 Nov. 1895: 371.

“Magazines and Reviews.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 2. Academy 28 July 1894: 67.

May, J. Lewis. John Lane and the Nineties. London: John Lane, 1936.

---. “The Truth about The Yellow Book.” Seven Years’ Harvest: An Anthology of the Bermondsey Book 1923-1930. Comp. Sidney Gutman. London: William Heinemann, 1934. 423-33.

Mayne, Ethel Coburn. “Henry James (As Seen from The Yellow Book).” Little Review 5.4 (1918): 1-4.

Meynell, Viola. Alice Meynell: A Memoir. London: Westminster, 1929. 73-74.

Mix, Katherine Lyon. A Study in Yellow: The Yellow Book and Its Contributors. 1960. New York: Greenwood, 1969.

Rev. of Monochromes, by Ella D’Arcy. Chicago Daily Tribune 22 June 1895: 10.

“Mr. Aubrey Beardsley.” Leslie’s Weekly 6 Aug. 1896: 90.

“Mr. Aubrey Beardsley: A Decadent Artist at Home.” Westminster Budget 19 Apr. 1895: 15.

Muddiman, Bernard. The Men of the Nineties. London: Henry Danielson, 1920.

Muir, Percy. “The Old Firm.” Minding My Own Business. London: Chatto & Windus, 1956. 1-13.

Nelson, Carolyn Christensen. “Fiction Written by Women for The Yellow Book.” British Women Fiction Writers of the 1890s. New York: Twayne, 1996. 80-94.

“A New Kind of Quarterly.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 1. Daily Chronicle 16 Apr. 1894: 3.

“The New Master of Art [Aubrey Beardsley].” To-Day 12 May 1894: 28-29

“New Publications.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 3. Studio 4 (1895): 9.

“The New Yellow Book.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 2. Daily Chronicle 12 July 1894: 3.

“Not as Yellow as It Was.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 12. New York Times 13 Mar. 1897: BR3.

“Notes.” Chap-Book 15 June 1894: 73.

“Notes and News.” Academy 31 July 1897: 92.

Ordoñez, Elmer A. “The Victorian Image and The Yellow Book.” Philippine Social Sciences and Humanities Review 31.2 (1966): 198-216.

“Oscar Wilde and Aubrey Beardsley.” Washington Post 12 Aug. 1894: 14.

Pater, Walter. “To Arthur Symons.” 17 Jan. 1894. Letter 254 of The Letters of Walter Pater. Ed. Lawrence Evans. London: Oxford UP, 1970. 147-48.

[Peck, Harry Thurston]. “Chronicle and Comment.” Bookman July 1896: 391.

“Pictures in The Yellow Book.” Literary Digest [Boston] 22 Dec. 1894: (223) 13.

“A Pinch from ‘The Cardinal’s Snuff-Box [Henry Harland].’” New York Herald 13 Dec. 1903: 4-5.

Prideaux, W.F. “Dante G. Rossetti: George Meredith.” Notes and Queries 8th ser. 6 (1894): 286-87.

“Question of Tone.” Punch, or The London Charivari 19 May 1894: 231.

Raymond, Jean Paul [Charles Ricketts] and Charles Ricketts. Oscar Wilde: Recollections. 1932. Folcroft, PA: Folcroft, 1969. 52.

Robinson, Edwin Arlington. Untriangulated Stars: Letters of Edwin Arlington Robinson to Harry De Forest Smith. 1890-1905. Ed. Denham Sutcliffe. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1947.

Scotson-Clark, G. F. “The Artist of The Yellow Book [Aubrey Beardsley].” Bookman Apr. 1895: 158-61.

“The Second Yellow Book.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 2. Pall Mall Gazette 20 July 1894: 4.

Sharp, Evelyn. “Going Abroad with The Yellow Book.” Unfinished Adventure: Selected Reminiscences from an English Woman’s Life. London: John Lane, 1933. 52-71.

---. “A Group of the Nineties.” Manchester Guardian 19 Jan. 1924: 7.

Shaw, Bernard. “To Arthur Waugh.” 18 June 1894. Bernard Shaw: Collected Letters 1874-1897. Ed. Dan H. Laurence. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1965. 446-47.

Sims, George. “The Yellow Book Volume I.” Antiquarian Book Monthly Review 17 (Sept. 1990): 378-83.

Smith, J. Walter. “A Chat With Beardsley.” Evening Transcript [Boston] 16 Feb. 1895: 16.

“Some Literary Tendencies: ‘Philip and His Wife’ and The Yellow Book.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 2. Poet-lore 6 (1894): 559-63.

“Some people dislike journalistic condemnation….” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 7. Saturday Review. 2 Nov. 1895: 567.

Stead, Evanghélia. “Les Perversions du merveilleux dans la petite revue ou, comment le Nain Jaune se mua en Yellow Dwarf dans treize volumes jaune et noir.” Anamorphoses Decadents: Études offertes à Jean de Palacio (Paris: Presses de l''Université de Paris-Sorbonne, 2002), 102-139. Print.

Stedman, Arthur. “Signed Sidney Luska [Henry Harland].” Washington Post 5 Aug. 1894: 18.

Stet. [T. Earle Welby]. “Back Numbers—XXXVII.” Saturday Review. 20 Aug. 1927: 250.

Stetz, Margaret D. “Debating Aestheticism from a Feminist Perspective.” Women and British Aestheticism. Ed. Talia Schaffer and Kathy Alexis Psomiades. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1999. 25-43.

---. “Turning Points: Ella D’Arcy.” Turn-of-the-Century Women 3 (1986): 1.

---. “The Yellow Book and the Beardsley Myth.” Journal of the Eighteen Nineties Society 26 (1999): 33-42.

Stetz, Margaret D., and Mark Samuels Lasner. The Yellow Book: A Centenary Exhibition. Cambridge: Houghton Library, 1994.

Sykes, Christopher. “The Great New Venture.” Dublin Review (Apr/June 1950): 130- 31.

Symons, A.J.A. “An Unacknowledged Moment in Fine Printing: The Typography of the Eighteen Nineties.” Fleuron 7 (1930): 83-119.

Syrett, Netta. The Sheltering Tree. London: Geoffrey Bles, 1939.

“That Yellow Nuisance Again.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 4. New York Times 10 Feb. 1895: 27.

Tracy, Helen Wellman. “The Yellow Book: A Study of Its Fiction, Literary Criticism, and Verse.” MA thesis. Duke U, 1944.

Turner, Mark W. “Urban Encounters and Visual Play in The Yellow Book.” Encounters in the Victorian Press: Editors, Authors, Readers. Ed. Laurel Brake and Julie F. Codell. Basingstoke, England: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. 138-60.

---. “Ways of Seeing.” Backward Glances: Cruising the Queer Streets of New York and London. London: Reaktion, 2003. 85-98.

“Two Original Periodicals.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 2. Chicago Daily Tribune 11 Aug. 1894: 10.

Vincent, Judith. “D’Arcy, Ella.” British Women Writers: A Critical Reference Guide. Ed. Janet M. Todd. New York: Continuum, 1989. 175-76.

Ward, Geoff. “‘The Strength of Applied Irony’: James’s ‘The Altar of the Dead.’” Henry James: The Shorter Fiction: Reassessments. Ed. N.H. Reeve. London: Macmillan, 1997. 60-76.

Waugh, Arthur. “London Letter.” Critic 20 Jan. 1894: 42-43.

---. “London Letter.” Critic 28 Apr. 1894: 290.

---. “London Letter.” Critic 5 May 1894: 311-12.

---. “London Letter.” Critic 21 Jul 1894: 42.

---. “London Letter.” Critic 30 Nov. 1895: 373-74.

---. One Man’s Road. London: Chapman and Hall, 1931.

Wedmore, Frederick. “The Yellow Book.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 1. Academy 28 Apr. 1894: 349.

Weintraub, Stanley. “The Yellow Book: A Reappraisal.” Journal of General Education 16 (1964): 136-152.

Wilde, Oscar. The Letters of Oscar Wilde. Ed. Rupert Hart-Davis. London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1963.

Williams, Orlo. “The Yellow Book.” London Mercury Sept. 1920: 567-77.

Windholz, Anne M. “The Woman Who Would Be Editor: Ella D’Arcy and the Yellow Book.” Victorian Periodicals Review 29.2 (1996): 116-30.

Winwar, Frances. “The Yellow Book and The Savoy.” Oscar Wilde and the Yellow ’Nineties. Garden City, NY: Blue Ribbon Books, 1940. 239-51.

Wyndham, Violet. The Sphinx [Ada Leverson] and her Circle. New York: Vanguard, 1963. 43-48.

“A Xanthopiate.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 3. National Observer 17 Nov. 1894: 23.

Yeats, W.B. The Letters of W.B. Yeats. Ed. Allan Wade. New York: Macmillan, 1955.

“Yellow and Green.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 10. National Observer 15 Aug. 1896: 393-94.

The Yellow Book.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 1. Book Reviews [New York] June 1894: 91.

The Yellow Book.” Cambridge Review 4 Feb. 1950: 289-90.

The Yellow Book.” Critic 5 May 1894: 300-01.

The Yellow Book.” Dial 1 Feb. 1915: 67-69.

The Yellow Book.” Literary World [Boston] 1 Dec. 1894: 422.

“‘The Yellow Book on Modern Literature.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 2. Literary Digest [New York] 18 Aug. 1894: 8 (458).

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 1. Athenaeum 21 Apr. 1894: 509.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 1. Dial 1 June 1894: 335-36.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 1. Literary World 16 June 1894: 187-88.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 1. Times [London] 20 Apr. 1894: 3.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 1. Nation 24 May 1894: 390.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 1. National Observer 21 Apr. 1894: 588-89.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 1. Pall Mall Gazette 21 Apr. 1894: 349

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 1. St. James’s Gazette 18 Apr. 1894: 15.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 1. Saturday Review 28 Apr. 1894: 455.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 1. Spectator 19 May 1894: 695-96.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 1. Vanity Fair 19 Apr. 1894: 240.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 1. Westminster Gazette 18 Apr. 1894: 3.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 2. Bookman [London] Aug. 1894: 155.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 2. Dial 1 Oct. 1894: 200.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 2. New York Times 12 Aug. 1894: 19.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 2. St. James’s Gazette 20 July 1894: 6.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 2. Saturday Review 4 Aug. 1894: 139.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 2. Spectator 11 Aug. 1894: 181-82.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 2. Times [London] 20 July 1894: 4.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 3. Bookman [London] Nov. 1894: 58.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 3. Dial 1 Mar. 1895: 154-55.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 3. Saturday Review 27 Oct. 1894: 469.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 3. Spectator 17 Nov. 1894: 700.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 4. Bookman [London] Feb. 1895: 158.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 4. Current Literature Mar. 1895: 287.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 4. Graphic 19 Jan. 1895: 58-59.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 5. Bookman [New York] July 1895: 423

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 5. Chicago Daily Tribune 8 June 1895: 10.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 5. Dial 16 July 1895: 53.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 5. Westminster Gazette 6 May 1895: 3.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 7. Bookman [New York] Jan. 1896: 372-73.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 7. National Observer 14 Dec. 1895: 152-53.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 11. Literary World [Boston] 12 Dec. 1896: 454.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 11. Westminster Gazette 12 Jan. 1897: 3.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 12. Graphic 30 Jan. 1897: 134.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 12. Literary World [Boston] 29 May 1897: 175.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 12. National Observer 20 Feb. 1897: 398-99.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 12. Times [London] 29 Jan. 1897: 14.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 13. Academy 5 June 1897: 590.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 13. Literary World [Boston] 24 July 1897: 245.

Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 13. Publishers’ Circular [London] 5 June 1897: 680.

“A Yellow Bore.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 3. Critic 10 Nov. 1894: 316.

“A Yellow Impertinence.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 1. Critic 26 May 1894: 360.

“A Yellow Indecency.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 4. Critic 16 Feb. 1895: 131.

“The Yellow Quarterly.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 7. Illustrated London News 2 Nov. 1895: 550.

“‘A Yellow Melancholy’: The New Quarterly.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol. 1. Current Literature June 1894: 503.

“Young London Writers: A Talk with John Lane, Publisher of The Yellow Book.” New York Times 12 Apr. 1895: 2.

Zangwill, I. “Men, Women and Books.” Critic 18 May 1895: 357-59.

----. “Without Prejudice.” Rev. of The Yellow Book, Vol 10. Pall Mall Magazine Nov. 1896: 452.