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From The Dial: “Briefer Mention”

There are good names, such as those of Dr. Garnett
and Mr. Kenneth Grahame—names that give promise
of entertainment, such as those of Mr. Henry Harland,
Mr. A. C. Benson, and Miss Ella d’Arcy; and names
that have no particularly definitely subjectiveness—in
“The Yellow Book” for October, and there are some
very fair pictures as well; but the volume includes
nothing striking, unless it be the amusing screed about
current literary criticism, which takes the form of “a
letter to the editor,” and is signed “The Yellow Dwarf.”
Messrs. Copeland & Day are the American publishers
of this quarterly magazine.

MLA citation:

“Briefer Mention.” Review of The Yellow Book, vol. 7, October 1895, The Dial, 1 January 1896, pp. 23-4. Yellow Nineties 2.0, Edited by Lorraine Janzen Kooistra, Ryerson University Centre for Digital Humanities, 2019.