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List of Books

IN

Belles Lettres



JOHN LANE PUB
LISHER of BELLES
LETTRES
THE BODLEY HEAD
VIGO ST. LONDON W.



All the Books in this Catalogue
are Published at Net Prices



1895

Telegraphic Address
Bodleian, London

T

1895.

List of Books
IN
BELLES LETTRES
(Including some Transfers)

Published by John Lane
The Bodley Head
Vigo Street, London, W.

N.B.—The Authors and Publisher reserve the right of reprinting
any book in. this list if a new edition is called for, except in cases
where a stipulation has been made to the contrary, and of printing a
separate edition of any of the books for America irrespective of the
numbers to which the English editions are limited. The numbers
mentioned do not include copies sent to the public libraries, nor those
sent for review.

Most of the books are published simultaneously in England and
America, and in many instances the names of the American
publishers are appended.



ADAMS (FRANCIS).
ESSAYS IN MODERNITY. Cr. 8vo. 5s. net. [Shortly.
Chicago: Stone & Kimball.
A CHILD OF THE AGE. (See KEYNOTES SERIES.)

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ALLEN (GRANT).
THE LOWER SLOPES : A Volume of Verse. With title-page
and cover design by J. ILLINGWORTH KAY. 600 copies,
cr. 8vo. 5s. net.
Chicago: Stone & Kimball
.
THE WOMAN WHO DID. (See KEYNOTES SERIES.)

BEARDSLEY (AUBREY).
THE STORY OF VENUS AND TANNHÄUSER, in which is set
forth an exact account of the Manner of State held by
Madam Venus, Goddess and Meretrix, under the famous
Hörselberg, and containing the adventures of Tannhäuser
in that place, his repentance, his journeying to Rome, and
return to the loving mountain. By AUBREY BEARDSLEY.
With 20 full-page illustrations, numerous ornaments, and
a cover from the same hand. Sq. 16mo. 10s. 6d. net.
            [In preparation.

BEDDOES (T. L.).
See GOSSE (EDMUND).

BEECHING (Rev. H. C.)
IN A GARDEN : Poems. With title-page and cover design by
ROGER FRY. Cr. 8vo. 5s. net.

BENSON (ARTHUR CHRISTOPHER).
LYRICS. Fcap. 8vo, buckram. 5s. net.

BROTHERTON (MARY).
ROSEMARY FOR REMEMBRANCE. With title-page and cover
design by WALTER WEST. Fcap. 8vo. 3s. 6d. net.

CAMPBELL (GERALD).
THE JONESES AND THE ASTERISKS. With six illustrations
and title-page by F. H. TOWNSEXD. Fcap. 8vo. 3s. 6d.
net.             [In preparation.

CASTLE (Mrs. EGERTON).
MY LITTLE LADY ANNE : A Romance. Sq. 16mo. 2s. 6d.
net
.             [In preparation.

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CASTLE (EGERTON).
See STEVENSON (ROBERT LOUIS).

CROSS (VICTORIA).
CONSUMMATION : A Novel. Cr. 8vo. 4s. 6d. net.
            [In preparation.

DALMON (C. W.).
SONG FAVOURS. With a specially designed title-page. Sq.
16mo. 4s. 6d. net.         [In preparation.

D'ARCY (ELLA).
MONOCHROMES. (See KEYNOTES SERIES.)

DAVIDSON (JOHN).
PLAYS : An Unhistorical Pastoral ; A Romantic Farce ;
Bruce, a Chronicle Play ; Smith, a Tragic Farce ; Scara-
mouch in Naxos, a Pantomime. With a frontispiece and
cover design by AUBREY BEARDSLEY. Printed at the
Ballantyne Press. 500 copies, sm. 4to. 7s. 6d. net.
Chicago: Stone & Kimball.
FLEET ST. ECLOGUES. Fcap. 8vo, buckram. 5s. net.
             [Out of print at present.
A RANDOM ITINERARY AND A BALLAD. With a frontispiece
and title-page by LAURENCE HOUSMAN. 600 copies.
Fcap. 8vo, Irish Linen. 5s. net.
Boston : Copeland & Day.
BALLADS AND SONGS. With title-page designed by WALTER
WEST. Fourth Edition. Fcap. 8vo, buckram. 5s. net.
Boston . Copeland & Day.

DAWE (W. CARLTON).
YELLOW AND WHITE. (See KEYNOTES SERIES.)

DE TABLEY (LORD).
POEMS, DRAMATIC AND LYRICAL. By JOHN LEICESTER
WARREN (Lord De Tabley). Illustrations and cover design
by C. S. RICKETTS. 2nd edition, cr. 8vo. 7s. 6d. net.
New York: Macmillan & Co.

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DE TABLEY (LORD).
POEMS, DRAMATIC AND LYRICAL. 2nd series, uniform in
binding with the former volume. Cr. 8vo. 5s. net.
New York: Macmillan & Co.

DIX (GERTRUDE).
THE GIRL FROM THE FARM. (See KEYNOTES SERIES.)

DOSTOIEVSKY (F.).
(See KEYNOTES SERIES, Vol. III.

ECHEGARAY (JOSE).
See
LYNCH (HANNAH).

EGERTON (GEORGE).
KEYNOTES. (See KEYNOTES SERIES.)
DISCORDS. (See KEYNOTES SERIES.)
YOUNG OFEG'S DITTIES. A translation from the Swedish of
OLA HANSSON. Cr. 8vo. 3s. 6d. net.
Boston: Roberts Bros.

FARR (FLORENCE).
THE DANCING FAUN. (See KEYNOTES SERIES. )

FLETCHER (J. S.).
THE WONDERFUL WAPENTAKE. By "A SON OF THE SOIL."
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GALE (NORMAN).
ORCHARD SONGS. With title-page and cover design by J.
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GARNETT (RICHARD).
POEMS. With title-page by J. ILLINGWORTH KAY. 350
copies, cr. 8vo. 5s. net.
Boston : Copeland & Day.
DANTE, PETRARCH, CAMOENS. CXXIV Sonnets rendered in English. Cr. 8vo. 5s. net. [In preparation.

GEARY (NEVILL).
A LAWYER S WIFE : A Novel. Cr. 8vo. 4s. 6d. net.
            [In preparation.

GOSSE (EDMUND).
THE LETTERS OF THOMAS LOVELL BEDDOES. Now first
edited. Pott 8vo. 5s. net.
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New York: Macmillan & Co.

GRAHAME (KENNETH).
PAGAN PAPERS : A VOLUME OF ESSAYS. With title-page
by AUBREY BEARDSLEY. Fcap. 8vo. 5s. net.
Chicago: Stone & Kimball.
THE GOLDEN AGE. Cr. 8vo. 3s. 6d. net. [In preparation.
Chicago : Stone & Kimball.

GREENE (G. A.).
ITALIAN LYRISTS OF TO-DAY. Translations in the original
metres from about 35 living Italian poets with bibliographi-
cal and biographical notes, cr. 8vo. 5s. net.
New York : Macmillan & Co.

GREENWOOD (FREDERICK).
IMAGINATION IN DREAMS. Crown 8vo. 5s. net.

HAKE (T. GORDON).
A SELECTION FROM HIS POEMS. Edited by Mrs. MEYNELL
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by GLEESON WHITE. Cr. 8vo. 5s. net.
Chicago: Stone & Kimball.

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HANSSON (LAURA MARHOLM).
MODERN WOMEN : Six Psychological Sketches. [SOPHIA
KOVALEVSKY, GEORGE EGERTON, ELEONORA DUSE,
AMALIE SKRAM, MARIE BASHKIRTSEFF, A. EDGREN
LEFFLER.] Translated from the German by HERMIONE
RAMSDEN. Cr. 8vo. 3s. 6d. net. [In preparation.

HANSSON (OLA).
See EGERTON.

HARLAND (HENRY).
GREY ROSES. (See KEYNOTES SERIES.)

HAYES (ALFRED).
THE VALE OF ARDEN, AND OTHER POEMS. With a title-
page and cover design by E. H. NEW. Fcap. 8vo. 3s. 6d.
net.

HEINEMANN (WILLIAM).
THE FIRST STEP : A Dramatic Moment. Sm. 4to, 3s. 6d. net.

HOPPER (NORA).
BALLADS IN PROSE. With a title-page and cover by
WALTER WEST. Sq. 16mo. 5s. net.
Boston : Roberts Bros.

HOUSMAN (LAURENCE).
GREEN ARRAS : Poems. With illustrations by the Author.
Cr. 8vo. 5s. net.        [In preparation.

IRVING (LAURENCE).
GODEFROI AND YOLANDE : A Play. With 3 illustrations by
AUBREY BEARDSLEY. Sm. 4to. 5s. net.
            [In preparation.

JAMES (W. P.).
ROMANTIC PROFESSIONS : A volume of Essays. With title-
page designed by J. ILLINGWORTH KAY. Cr. 8vo. 5s. net.
New York: Macmillan & Co.

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JOHNSON (LIONEL).
THE ART OF THOMAS HARDY. Six Essays, with etched
portrait by WM. STRANG, and Bibliography by JOHN
LANE. Second edition, cr. 8vo. Buckram. 5s. 6d. net.
Also 150 copies, large paper, with proofs of the portrait.
£1s. 1s. net.
New York : Dodd, Mead & Co.

JOHNSON (PAULINE).
THE WHITE WAMPUM : Poems. With title-page and cover
designs by E. H. NEW. Cr. 8vo. 5s. net.
            [In preparation.

JOHNSTONE (C. E.).
BALLADS OF BOY AND BEAK. Sq. 32mo. 2s. 6d. net.
            [ln preparation.

KEYNOTES SERIES.
Each volume with specially designed title-page by AUBREY
BEARDSLEY. Cr. 8vo, cloth. 3s. 6d. net.
Vol. I. KEYNOTES. By GEORGE EGERTON.
            [Sixth edition now ready.
Vol. II. THE DANCING FAUN. By FLORENCE FARR.
Vol. III. POOR FOLK. Translated from the Russian of F.
DOSTOIEVSKY by LENA MILMAN, with a preface by
GEORGE MOORE.
Vol. IV. A CHILD OF THE AGE. By FRANCIS ADAMS.
Vol. V. THE GREAT GOD PAN AND THE INMOST LIGHT.
By ARTHUR MACHEN.
            [Second edition now ready.
Vol. VI. DISCORDS. By GEORGE EGERTON.
            [Fourth edition now ready.
Vol. VII. PRINCE ZALESKI. By M. P. SHIEL.
Vol. VIII. THE WOMAN WHO DID. By GRANT ALLEN.
            [Twelfth edition now ready.
Vol. IX. WOMEN'S TRAGEDIES. By H. D. LOWRY.
Vol. X. GREY ROSES. By HENRY HARLAND.
Vol. XI. AT THE FIRST CORNER, AND OTHER STORIES.
By H. B. MARRIOTT WATSON.
The following are in rapid preparation.
Vol. XII. MONOCHRONES. By ELLA D'ARCY.
Vol. XIII. AT THE RELTON ARMS. By EVELYN SHARP.

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KEYNOTES SERIES.
Vol. XIV. THE GIRL FROM THE FARM. By GERTRUDE
DIX.
Vol. XV. THE MIRROR OF MUSIC. By STANLEY V.
MAKOWER.
Vol. XVI. YELLOW AND WHITE. By W. CARLTON DAWE.
Vol. XVII. THE MOUNTAIN LOVERS. By FIONA MACLEOD.
Vol. XVIII. THE THREE IMPOSTORS. By ARTHUR MACHEN.
Boston : Roberts Bros.

LANDER (HARRY).
WEIGHED IN THE BALANCE : A Novel. Cr. 8vo. 4s. 6d. net.
            [In preparation.

LANG (ANDREW).
See STODDART.

LEATHER (R. K.).
VERSES. 250 copies, fcap. 8vo. 3s net.
Transferred by the Author to the present Publisher.

LE GALLIENNE (RICHARD).
PROSE FANCIES. With portrait of the Author by WILSON
STEER. Fourth edition, cr. 8vo, purple cloth. 5s. net.
Also a limited large paper edition. 12s. 6d. net.
New York : G. P. Putnam's Sons
.
THE BOOK BILLS OF NARCISSUS. An account rendered by
RICHARD LE GALLIENNE. Third edition, with a new
chapter and a frontispiece, cr. 8vo, purple cloth. 3s. 6d.
net.
New York : G. P. Putnam's Sons
.
ENGLISH POEMS. Fourth edition, revised, cr. 8vo, purplecloth.
4s. 6d. net.
Boston: Copeland & Day
.
GEORGE MEREDITH: some Characteristics; with a Biblio-
graphy (much enlarged) by JOHN LANE, portrait, &c.
Fourth edition, cr. 8vo, purple cloth. 5s. 6d. net.

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LE GALLIENNE (RICHARD).
THE RELIGION OF A LITERARY MAN. 5th thousand, cr. 8vo,
purple cloth. 3s. 6d. net.
Also a special rubricated edition on hand-made paper, 8vo.
10s. 6d. net.
New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons.

ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON : An Elegy, and Other Poems,
mainly personal. With etched title-page by D. Y.
CAMERON. Cr. 8vo, purple cloth. 4s. 6d. net.
            [In preparation.
Also 75 copies on large paper. 8vo. 12s. 6d. net.
Boston: Copeland & Day.
RETROSPECTIVE REVIEWS : A Literary Log, 1891-1895. Cr.
8vo, purple cloth. 5s. net.      [In preparation.

LOWRY (H. D.).
WOMEN'S TRAGEDIES. (See KEYNOTES SERIES.)

LUCAS (WINIFRED).
A VOLUME OF POEMS. Fcap. 8vo. 4s. 6d. net.
             [In preparation.

LYNCH (HANNAH).
THE GREAT GALEOTO AND FOLLY OR SAINTLINESS. Two
Plays, from the Spanish of JOSÉ ECHEGARAY, with an
Introduction. Sm. 4to. 5s. 6d. net. [In preparation.

MACHEN (ARTHUR).
THE GREAT GOD PAN. (See KEYNOTES SERIES.)
THE THREE IMPOSTORS. (See KEYNOTES SERIES.)

MACLEOD (FIONA).
THE MOUNTAIN LOVERS. (See KEYNOTES SERIES.)

MAKOWER (STANLEY V.).
THE MIRROR OF MUSIC. (See KEYNOTES SERIES.)

MARZIALS (THEO.).
THE GALLERY OF PIGEONS AND OTHER POEMS. Post 8vo.
4s. 6d. net.         [Very few remain.
Transferred by the Author to the present Publisher.

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MATHEW (FRANK).
THE WOOD OF THE: BRAMBLES : A Novel. Cr. 8vo. 4s. 6d. net.6d. net.
[In preparation.

MEREDITH (GEORGE).
THE FIRST PUBLISHED PORTRAIT OF THIS AUTHOR, engraved
on the wood by W. BISCOMBE GARDNER, after the painting
by G. F. WATTS. Proof copies on Japanese vellum,
signed by painter and engraver. £1 1s. net.

MEYNELL (MRS.), (ALICE C. THOMPSON).
POEMS. Fcap. 8vo. 3s. 6d. net. (Out of print at present.) A
few of the 50 large paper copies (1st edition) remain.
12s. 6d. net.
THE RHYTHM OF LIFE AND OTHER ESSAYS, 2nd edition,
fcap. 8vo. 3s. 6d. net. A few of the 50 large paper copies
(1st edition) remain, 12s. 6d. net.

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Tree-Worship . . . . . Richard Le Gallienne
A Defence of Cosmetics . . . Max Beerbohm
*** . . . . . Arthur Christopher Benson
Irremediable . . . . . Ella D'Arcy
The Frontier . . . . . William Watson
Night on Curbar Edge . . . " "
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Stella Maris . . . . . Arthur Symons
Mercedes . . . . . . Henry Harland
A Broken Looking-Glass . . . " "
Alere Flammam . . . . Edmund Gosse
A Dream of November . . . " "
The Dedication . . . . Fred M. Simpson
A Lost Masterpiece . . . . George Egerton
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London . . . . . . John Davidson
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A Study . . . . . . Sir Frederic Leighton,
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Portrait of Mrs. Patrick Campbell . Aubrey Beardsley
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Poor Cousin Louis . . . . Ella D Arcy
The Composer of " Carmen " . . Charles Willeby
Thirty Bob a Week . . . . John Davidson
A Responsibility . Henry Harland
A Song . . . . . . Dollie Radford
Passed . . . . . . Charlotte M. Mew
Sat est Scripsisse . . . . Austin Dobson
Three Stories . . . . . V., O., C. S.
In a Gallery . . . . . Katharine De Mattos
The Yellow Book, criticised . . Philip Gilbert Hamerton,
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Dreams . . . . . . Ronald Campbell Macfie
Madame Rejane . . . . Dauphin Meunier
The Roman Road . . . . Kenneth Grahame
Betrothed . . . . . Norman Gale
Thy Heart's Desire . . . . Netta Syrett
Reticence in Literature . . . Hubert Crackanthorpe
My Study . . . . . Alfred Hayes
A Letter to the Editor . . . Max Beerbohm
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The Coxon Fund . . . . Henry James

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Garçons de Café . . . " "
The Slippers of Cinderella . . " "
Portrait of Madame Rejane . . " "
A Landscape . . . . . Alfred Thornton
Ada Lundberg. . . . . Walter Sickert
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The Quick and the Dead . . . " "
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An Idyll . . . . . . W. Brown MacDougall
A Lady and Gentleman . . . P. Wilson Steer
Portrait of Himself . . . . " "
Portrait of Henry James . . . J. S. Sargent, A.R.A.
Girl Resting . . . . . Sydney Adamson
A Study . . . . . . Bernhard Sickert
For the Backs of Playing Cards . Aymer Vallance


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The Headswoman . . . . Kenneth Grahame
Credo . . . . . . Arthur Symons
White Magic . . . . . Ella D'Arcy
Fleurs de Feu . . . . . José Maria de Hérédia of
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Flowers of Fire, a Translation . . By Ellen M. Clerke
When I am King . . . . Henry Harland
To a Bunch of Lilac . . . Theo Marzials
Apple-Blossom in Brittany . . Ernest Dowson
To Salomé at St. James's . . Theodore Wratislaw
Second Thoughts . . . . Arthur Moore
Twilight . . . . . . Olive Custance
Tobacco Clouds . . . . Lionel Johnson
Reiselust . . . . . . Annie Macdonell
To Every Man a Damsel or Two . C. S.
A Song and a Tale . . . . Nora Hopper
De Profundis . . . . . S. Cornish Watkins
A Study in Sentimentality . . Hubert Crackanthorpe
George Meredith . . . . Morton Fullerton
Jeanne-Marie . . . . . Leila Macdonald
Parson Herrick's Muse . . . C. W. Dalmon
A Note on George the Fourth . . Max Beerbohm
The Ballad of a Nun . . . John Davidson


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Lady Gold's Escort . . . . " "
The Wagnerites . . . . " "
La Dame aux Camélias . . . " "
From a Pastel . . . . . Albert Foschter
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The Lion Comique . . . . " "
Charley's Aunt. . . . . " "
The Mirror . . . . . P. Wilson Steer
Skirt-Dancing . . . . . " "
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George the Fourth . . . . Max Beerbohm
Study of a Head . . . . An Unknown Artist

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The House of Shame . . . H. B. Marriott Watson
Rondeaux d'Amour . . . . Dolf Wyllarde
Wladislaw's Advent . . . . Ménie Muriel Dowie
The Waking of Spring . . . Olive Custance
Mr. Stevenson's Forerunner . . James Ashcroft Noble
Red Rose . . . . . Leila Macdonald
Margaret . . . . . . C. S.
Of One in Russia . . . . Richard Garnett, LL.D.
Theodora, a Fragment . . . Victoria Cross
Two Songs . . . . . Charles Sydney
A Falling Out . . . . . Kenneth Grahame
Hor. Car. I. 5 . . . . . Charles Newton-Robinson
Henri Beyle . . . . . Norman Hapgood
Day and Night . . . . E. Nesbit
A Thief in the Night . . . Marion Hepworth Dixon
An Autumn Elegy . . . . C. W. Dalmon
The End of an Episode . . . Evelyn Sharp
1880 . . . . . . . Max Beerbohm
Proem to " The Wonderful Mission
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A Sussex Landscape . . . William Hyde
Hotel Royal, Dieppe . . . Walter Sickert
Bodley Heads. No. I : Mr.
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Portrait of Mr. George Moore . . " "
Rustem Firing the First Shot . . Patten Wilson
A Westmorland Village . . . W. W. Russell
The Knock-out . . . . A. S. Hartrick

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Plein Air . . . . . . Miss Sumner
A Lady in Grey . . . . P. Wilson Steer
Portrait of Emil Sauer . . . " "
The Mysterious Rose Garden . . Aubrey Beardsley
The Repentance of Mrs. * * * . " "
Portrait of Miss Winifred Emery . " "
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