[THE YELLOW BOOK]. The Yellow Book. An Illustrated Quarterly. London and Boston (volumes I-X) and London and New York (XI-XIII): Elkin Mathews & John Lane and Copeland & Day (volumes I-II), John Lane and Copeland & Day (volumes III-X), and John Lane (volumes XI-XIII), April 1894-April 1897.
13 volumes (all published), small 4to. Numerous illustrations by Aubrey Beardsley, Max Beerbohm, Walter Crane, and others. Original pictorial yellow cloth blocked in black, (spines slightly darkened, some minor rubbing, some minor blistering to a few volumes).
A FINE COPY of this celebrated journal, apparently a later issue without advertisements. Contributors included Henry James, H. G. Wells, Edmund Gosse, and Kenneth Grahame. Beardsley served as art editor until, following Oscar Wilde's arrest, John Lane dismissed him.
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