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<h1>Table of Contents</h1> No. 2

Cover, “The Green Sheaf” by Pamela Colman Smith [i]
Untitled. [“The World of Imagination”], by William Blake 2
Half-page illustration by W.T. Horton 2
Supplement. “A Million Years Hence,” Full-page image by A. E. np
At Departing,” poem by Lucilla 3
Headpiece illustration by Pamela Colman Smith 3
A Prayer to the Lord of Dreams,” poem by Cecil French 4
Illustration by Cecil French 4
Untitled [“Once in a Dream”], poem by Pamela Colman Smith 5
Half-page illustration by Pamela Colman Smith 5
Dream of the World’s End,” by W.B. Yeats 6-7
A Dream of Inishnaan,” by J.M. Synge 8-9
Jan a Dreams,” by John Masefield 9-10
Tailpiece illustration by Pamela Colman Smith 10
La Tranquillita,” Full-page illustration by William T. Horton 11
How Master Constans Went to the North,” story retold by Christopher St. John (Part II) 12-13
Half-page illustration by Pamela Colman Smith 13
Too Early to Bed: A Lament,” Illuminated page by Dorothy P. Ward 14
Edith Craig & Co.” illustrated advertisement by Pamela Colman Smith 16
Advertisements 15-16

MLA citation:

“Table of Contents.” The Green Sheaf vol. 2, 1903. Green Sheaf Digital Edition, edited by Lorraine Janzen Kooistra, 2021. Yellow Nineties 2.0, Ryerson University Centre for Digital Humanities, 2021. https://1890s.ca/GSV2-toc/