I like that Penguin collected in these Little Black Classics a couple of collections which are not, strictly speaking, books. The Yellow Book is one of them, a quarterly magazine with a collection of prose and verse from around the fin-de-siecle.
It was the kind of thing that I would have never selected for myself, but it was a pleasant surprise. There is the struggle to break free of the Victorian period and with it being a collection it was much more fast paced than I anticipated.
Exactly the reason why I wanted to read the Little Black Classics in the first place.
The Yellow Book (Little Black Classics #91) – Various