This on-line bibliography for "On The Medusa of Leonardo da Vinci" by Percy Bysshe Shelley was assembled from posts on the NASSR discussion list on 15 and 16 January 1997 by Melissa J. Sites and Neil Fraistat. Thanks to Kim Blank, Jay Clayton, Candace Jean Kern, Elizabeth Loizeaux, and Andrew Stauffer for providing these citations.
Clayton, Jay. "Concealed Circuits: Frankenstein's Monster, the Medusa, and the Cyborg." Raritan 15 (Spring 1996) 53-69
Heffernan, James. Museum of Words: The Politics of Ekphrasis from Homer to Ashberry. U Chicago P, 1993. 119-124
Hertz, Neil. "Medusa's Head: Male Hysteria under Political Pressure." Representations 4 (1983) 27-54
Hollander, John. Gazer's Spirit: Poems Speaking to Silent Works of Art. U Chicago P, 1995. 142-46
Hughes, Daniel. "Shelley, Leonardo, and the Monsters of Thought." Criticism 12 (1970) 195-212
Jacobs, Carol. "On Looking at Shelley's Medusa." Yale French Studies 69 (1985; Special Issue on "The Lesson of Paul de Man") 163-79
McGann, Jerome. "The Beauty of the Medusa: A Study in Romantic Literary Iconology." Studies in Romanticism 11 (1972) 3-25
Mitchell, W. J. T. "Ekphrasis and the Other." The South Atlantic Quarterly 91.3 (Summer 1992) 695-719
Praz, Mario. "The Beauty of the Medusa." The Romantic Agony. [Carne, la morte e il diavolo nella letteratura romantica.] Trans. Angus Davidson. 2nd ed. with corrections; foreword by Frank Kermode. London, New York: Oxford U P, 1970 (1933). (chapter one)
Scott, Grant. "Shelley, Medusa, and
the Perils of Ekphrasis." The Romantic Imagination:
Literature and Art in England and Germany, ed. Frederick
Burwick and Jurgen Klein (Studies in comparative literature 6),
Amsterdam and Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 1996. 315-332.
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