FLORENCE S. BOOS / 321 Similar bibliographical interests appear in Jonathan Allison's "Constructing the Early Yeats: Modernist Revisions of Poems (1895)" (pp. 173-190), which sets forth ideas that prompted Yeats's deletions and additions to his early poems. Those changes reflect his shifts toward strengthening his stance as one aware of progressive trends in poetry. Linda Gertner Zatlin's "Aubrey Beardsley and the Shaping of Art Noveau" (pp. 147-172) investigates interrelationships between literary and visual arts, noting the various ways that Japonisme came to bear on British art in its combinataion of oriental and medieval influences, and how, via Whistler and his debts to French art, it gained prominence among visual artists such as Beardsley (who wanted to make his mark, knowing he had not long to live). Bound for the 1890s offers strong, persuasive testimony about the continuing, dynamic life of the era. FLORENCE S. BOOS The sixth volume of D. G. Rossetti's letters, The Correspondence of Dante Gabriel Rossetti: The Last Decade, 1873-1882 (D. S. Brewer, Cambridge and the Modern Humanities Association), offers six hundred fifty-eight annotated letters from 1873 and 1874, as well as a number of useful appendices, such as "Rossetti's Relations with the Morrises," in
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