EESE 2/2002


William Blake and the Emblem Tradition
Karl Joseph Höltgen (Erlangen)


Ackroyd, Peter (1995), Blake, London: Sinclair-Stevenson.
Bath, Michael (1993), "Joseph Thomas and John Thurston's Religious Emblems (1809)," Emblematica 7, 201-204.
Bath, Michael (1994), Speaking Pictures: English Emblem Books and Renaissance Culture, London: Longman.
Baulch, David M. (1997), " 'To rise from generation': The Sublime Body in Blake's Illuminated Books," Word and Image 13, 340-364.
Bentley, G. E., Jr. (1965), "A Collection of Prosaic William Blakes," Notes and Queries 210, 172-175.
Bentley, G. E., Jr. (1969), Blake Records, Oxford University Press.
Bentley, G. E., Jr. (1977), Blake Books, Oxford University Press.
Bindman, David (1972), Blake as an Artist, Oxford: Phaidon.
Byatt, A. S. (1991), Possession, London: Vintage.
Chatto, W. A. and John Jackson (1861), Treatise on Wood Engraving, 2nd ed., London: Henry Bohn.
Daly, Peter M. (1969), Literature in the Light of the Emblem, University of Toronto Press.
Daly, Peter M. (1970), "The Poetic Emblem," Neophilologus 54, 381-397.
Daly, Peter M. and Mary V. Silcox (1989), "A Short Title Listing of English Emblem Books and Emblematic Works Printed to 1900," Emblematica 4, 333-376.
Damon, Forster (1965), Blake Dictionary, Providence: Brown University Press.
Erdman, David V. (1967), Concordance to the Writings of William Blake, Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
Erdman, David V., ed. (1973), The Notebook of William Blake, Oxford University Press.
Erdman, David V., ed. (1975), The Illuminated Blake, Oxford University Press.
Freeman, Rosemary (1948), English Emblem Books, London: Chatto & Windus.
Frye, Northrop (1947), Fearful Symmetry, Princeton University Press.
Fuseli (1975), Henry Fuseli 1741-1825, Exhibition Catalogue, London: Tate Gallery.
Gatty, Margaret (Mrs. Alfred Gatty) (1872), A Book of Emblems, London: Bell and Daldy.
Hagstrum, Jean (1964), William Blake: Poet and Painter, University of Chicago Press.
Heaney, Seamus (1980), Preoccupations, London: Faber.
Höltgen, Karl Josef (1978), Francis Quarles 1592-1644, Tübingen: Niemeyer.
Höltgen, Karl Josef (1986), Aspects of the Emblem, Kassel: Reichenberger.
Höltgen, Karl Josef (1992), "Emblem and Meditation: Some English Emblem Books and their Jesuit Models," Explorations in Renaissance Culture 18, 55-91.
Höltgen, Karl Josef (1995), "Catholic Pictures versus Protestant Words? The Adaptation of the Jesuit Sources in Quarles's Emblemes," Emblematica 9, 221-238.
Johnson, Mary Lynn (1974), "Emblem and Symbol in Blake," Huntington Library Quarterly 37, 151-170.
Keynes, Geoffrey, ed. (1970), Drawings of Blake, New York: Dover Publications.
Keynes, Geoffrey (1971), "Engravers Called Blake," in Blake Studies, 2nd ed., Oxford University Press.
Keynes, Geoffrey, ed. (1980), Letters of William Blake, 3rd ed., Oxford University Press.
Mitchell, W.J.T. (1978), Blake's Composite Art, Princeton University Press.
Parris, Leslie (1968), "William Blake's Mr. Thomas," Times Literary Supplement, 5 December 1968, 1390.
Paultre, Roger (1991), Les Images du Livre: Emblèmes et Devises, Paris: Herman.
Powell, Nicolas (1973), Fuseli: The Nightmare, London: Allen Lane.
Qualls, Barry (1982), The Secular Pilgrims of Victorian Fiction, Cambridge University Press.
Quarles, Francis, Emblemes (1635) and Hieroglyphikes (1638), ed. K. J. Höltgen and John Horden (1993), Hildesheim: Olms.
Raine, Kathleen (1968), Blake and Tradition, 2 vols., Princeton University Press.
Raine, Kathleen (1977), Blake and Antiquity, Princeton University Press.
Robinson, Henry Crabb (1811), "William Blake, Künstler, Dichter und religiöser Schwärmer," Vaterländisches Museum 1, January 1811.
Sambucus, Joannes (1564), Emblemata, Antwerp: Plantin.
Voigt, Felix (1929), "G.A.E. von Nostitz und Jänckendorf (Arthur vom Nordstern) als Dichter," 150 Jahre Oberlausitzische Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften 1797-1921, Görlitz.
Viscomi, Joseph (1993), Blake and the Idea of the Book, Princeton University Press.
Warner, Janet (1973), "Blake's Figures of Despair," William Blake: Essays in Honour of Sir Geoffrey Keynes, ed. M.D. Paley and M. Phillips, Oxford University Press.
Wynne, John Huddlestone (1772), Choice Emblems, London: George Riley.

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