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30. Aubrey Beardsley begins drawings for a proposed edition of The Shadowy Waters to be published by Leonard Smithers. SMY leaves Hyère for London. WBY addresses members of the GD at Mark Mason’s Hall. Posts Smithers an extract from The Shadowy Waters for Beardsley. 2 (Wed) Goes to Paris to work at The Speckled Bird and The Shadowy Waters. 5 ‘Miss Fiona Macleod as a Poet’ (review; UP I. 421–4) published in the Bookman, and ‘The Death of O’Sullivan the Red’ (story, later ‘The Death of Hanrahan’; Myth, 253–61) in the New Review.
October 4 5 11 26 (Sat) ‘Irish Fairies’ (article; UP I. 175–82) published in the Leisure Hour. Receives £2 for contributions to the Scots Observer. JO’L leaves after staying with the Yeatses for a few days. Publication of the ﬁrst number of the short-lived Weekly Review to which WBY and other Rhymers contribute. In the middle of this month WBY is asked to resign from the Esoteric Section of the Theosophical Society. Later in the month and through the Autumn he is in a state of semi-collapse; a slight heart ailment is diagnosed.
SMY leaves London for Hyères where she is to be a governess. November 2 (Sat) ‘The Twilight of Forgiveness’ (poem, later ‘The Lover asks Forgiveness because of his Many Moods’; VP, 162–3) published in the Saturday Review and ‘The Life of Patrick Sarsﬁeld’ and ‘The Chain of Gold by Standish O’Grady’ (reviews; UP I. 387–9; UP II. 515) in the Bookman. Later this month WBY writes ‘The Lover speaks to the Hearers of his Songs in Coming Days’ (VP, 173) and rereads Edmund Gosse’s play King Erik. December 1 (Sun) ‘St.
A W. B. Yeats Chronology by John S. Kelly (auth.)