English Bards and Grecian Marbles: The Relationship between Sculpture and Poetry Especially in the Romantic Period

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A SELECTIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY
IN THE FOLLOWING bibliography there is no attempt to run through the extensive fields of Romanticism, Hellenism, and Greek sculpture. Rather, I list the more important titles for the investigation of the present and allied topics or subjects. Since the notes are heavily documented, specialized studies, as a rule, will be found there. The place of publication is London, unless some other reference is given.
Agard Walter R. The Greek Tradition in Sculpture. Baltimore, 1930.
Angeli Diego. Le cronache del Caffè Greco. Milan, 1930.
Aron Erich. Die deutsche Erweckung des Griechentums durch Winckelmann und Herder. Heidelberg, 1929.
Aubin Robert A. Topographical Poetry in XVIII-Century England. New York, 1936.
Baker C. H. Collins. "The Sources of Blake's Pictorial Expression", Huntington Library Quarterly, IV ( 1941), 359-67.
Baldwin Edward [William Godwin]. The Pantheon; or, Ancient History of the Gods of Greece and Rome. 1806.
Bell John. Bell's New Pantheon; or, Historical Dictionary of the Gods, Demi-Gods, Heroes, &c. 1790.
Bertrand Louis. La Fin du classicisme et le retour à l'antique dans la seconde moitié du XVIIIe siècle et les premières années du XIXe, en France. Paris, 1897.
Borinski Karl. Die Antike in Poetik und Kunsttheorie von Ausgang des klassischen Altertums bis auf Goethe und Wilhelm von Humboldt. Leipzig, 1914-24.
Bosanquet Bernard. A History of Aesthetics. 1892.
Boyse Samuel. A New Pantheon; or, Fabulous History of the Heathen Gods, Heroes, Goddesses, &c. Explain'd in a Manner Intirely New. 1753.
Bray René. La Formation de la doctrine classique en France. Paris, 1927.
Bredvold Louis I. "The Tendency toward Platonism in Neo-Classical Esthetics", ELH, I ( 1934), 91 ff.
Brown Huntington. "The Classical Tradition in English Literature; A Bibliography", Harvard Studies and Notes in Philology and Literature, XVIII ( 1935), 7-46.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vi
  • Contents xi
  • Contents xiii
  • I. Poets and Sculpture 1
  • Ii. the Early Poets 18
  • III- the Seventeenth Century Pre-Restoration: the Uses Of Statue-Craft 43
  • Iv. the Eighteenth Century 66
  • V. Blake 99
  • VI- Wordsworth And Coleridge 120
  • VII- Byron Byron and Art 149
  • VIII- Shelley Greece: "The Crystalline Sea Of Thought" 175
  • IX- Keats Keats, the "Greek" 204
  • X. Landor and Hunt 233
  • Xi. the Lesser Poets 257
  • Xii. Conclusion 277
  • List of Critical Terms 289
  • A Selective Bibliography 293
  • Index 299
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