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No. 4

Cover, “The Green Sheaf” by Pamela Colman Smith [i]
Untitled. [“Charles, do not you remember the caterpillar”], by Mrs. [Anna] Barbauld 2
Half-page illustration by Pamela Colman Smith 2
The Water-Sprite,” poem by Alix Egerton 3
A Dream of Angus Oge,” story by A.E. 4-7
Friends,” poem by Cecil French 7
Illustrative headpiece by Lewis Grant 7
A Sonnet,” by Lucilla 8
Headpiece illustration by W.T. Horton 8
Alone,” poem by Pamela Colman Smith 9
Half-page illustration by Pamela Colman Smith 9
Song from ‘Princesse Lointaine’,” by Edmond Rostand, translated by C.H. 10
Supplement. “The Lake at Coole,” from a pastel by W.B. Yeats np
Evening,” Illuminated page by Dorothy Ward 11
Prince Siddartha,” story by Laurence Irving 12-14
Headpiece illustration by Pamela Colman Smith 12
Tailpiece illustration by Cecil French 14
Edith Craig & Co.” illustrated advertisement by Pamela Colman Smith 16
Advertisements 15-16

MLA citation:

“Table of Contents.” The Green Sheaf, No. 4, 1903. Green Sheaf Digital Edition, edited by Lorraine Janzen Kooistra, Yellow Nineties 2.0, Toronto Metropolitan University Centre for Digital Humanities, 2022.