BIBLIOGRAPHY
Much special literature is quoted in the notes. This gives access to those books and papers which are not listed below. The following list is a selection of work of a more general nature published from about 1900 onwards. Older theories and evaluations of the Gothic style are discussed in Paul Franl, The Gothic, Literary Sources and Interpretations through Eight Centuries ( Princeton, N.J., 1960).
I. GENERAL
BUSCH Harald, LOHSE Bernd, and GERSTENBERG Kurt . Baukunst der Gotik in Europa. Frankfurt am Main, c. 1958. Good illustrations.
CLASEN Karl Heinz. Die gotische Baukunst. Wild- park-Potsdam, 1930.

Useful for looking up dates, but otherwise almost entirely unacceptable.

DEHIO Georg, and VON Georg BEZOLD. Die kirchliche Baukunst des Abendlandes, II, and plates 241-601. Stuttgart, 1901.

This book includes the Levant, which is not treated in the present work because it plays no leading part.

JACKSON T. G. Gothic Architecture in France, England and Italy. Cambridge, 1915.
KARLINGER Hans. Die Kunst der Gotik. Berlin, 1926.

The text, pp. 22-54, is concise and popular, the choice of illustrations very good.

MOORE Charles Herbert. Development and Character of Gothic Architecture. 2nd ed. London, 1899.

The history of Gothic architecture in all countries is discussed. Still stimulating, in spite of the author's one-sided evaluation of French Gothic architecture.


II. INDIVIDUAL COUNTRIES

AUSTRIA
BUCHOWIECKY Walther. Die gotischen Kirchen Osterreichs. Vienna, 1952.
DEHIO Georg. Handbuch der Kunstdenkmäler in der Ostmark. Berlin, 1941-8.

BELGIUM
GRAUL Richard. Alt Flandern. Munich, 1915.
LÜTHGEN Eugen. Belgische Baudenkmäler. Leipzig, 1915.

ENGLAND
BOND Francis. Gothic Architecture in England. London, 1906.
BOND Francis. An Introduction to English Church Architecture from the 11th to the 16th Century. London, 1913.
ESCHER Konrad. Englische Kathedralen. Munich, 1929.
HARVEY John. Gothic England. London and New York, 1947.
MEYER Peter, and HORLIMANN Martin. English Cathedrals. London and New York, 1950.
MOORE Charles Herbert. Mediaeval Church Architecture in England. New York, 1912.
WEBB Geoffrey F. Architecture in Britain: The Middle Ages (Pelican History of Art). Harmondsworth, 1956.

FRANCE
BONY Jean, HÜRLIMANN Martin, DOMKE Helmut , and MEYER Peter. French Cathedrals. London, 1951.
Bulletin Monumental. Paris, 1834 etc.
Congrès Archéologique de France. Paris, 1834 etc.
GALL Ernst. Die gotische Baukunst in Frankreich und Deutschland, I. Leipzig, 1925.

Only the first part, treating of France, has so far appeared.

LASTEYRIE Robert de. L'architecture religieuse en France à l'époque gothique (the notes partly revised and amplified by Marcel Aubert). Paris, 1926 and 1927.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Figures vii
  • List of Plates ix
  • Foreword xv
  • Part One - The History of Gothic Architecture 1
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1 - The Transition 15
  • Chapter 2 - The Early Gothic Period 34
  • Chapter 3 - The High Gothic Style, 1194-1300 79
  • Chapter 4 - The Late Gothic Style 146
  • Part Two - The General Problems of the Gothic Style 217
  • List of the Principal Abbreviations 271
  • Notes to the Foreword 273
  • Notes to Part One 274
  • Notes to Part Two 293
  • Bibliography 297
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