"The Yellow Sign" is considered to be Robert Chambers’ horror masterpiece. He introduces us to Mr. Scott, an artist living in New York City. One day, Scott sees an overweight young man, who looks like a lawn grub to him. The artist’s is working on a painting of a girl named Tessie. When the girl falls ill, Scott tries to cure her, so he can finish his work as fast as possible. However, Tessie’s condition gets worse and she starts having very strange dreams.
Who is the young man that Scott saw? Is he related to Tessie and is he responsible in some way for her condition? Will she survive? What is the mystery surrounding her condition? Find all the answers in Robert W. Chambers’ horror story "The Yellow Sign" from 1895.
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Robert William Chambers (1865 - 1933) was one of the most popular fiction writers in American. Born and educated in Brooklyn, Chambers joined the Art Students’ League at the age of twenty, where one of his fellow student was Charles Dana Gibson. Robert Chambers remains best known for his collection of short stories named "The King in Yellow" from 1895.