CANINICITY:

THE CULTURE OF DOGS

 

A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

 

 

 

The possible number of titles for a bibliography of this nature is, of course, huge.  And growing. Until I began compiling it, I would not have guessed that so many had written so much on the subject.  Whole  industries of publication have sprung up about the dogs of war, about dogs with jobs, therapy dogs, the keeping of pets, the archeology and ethnology of dog/human relations around the world, the folklore of dogs.  And there is as well, of course, a significant canine presence in the animal rights literature of the past two decades.  I have been able to keep the number of entries down to a usable minimum by rigorously excluding all titles having to do with preparing for, adopting, and/or training a new puppy/dog.   Similarly, most titles having to do with specific breeds are omitted, as are popular sources dealing with the day-to-day care and feeding of canines.  That leaves the "culture" of dogs: those aspects of human/dog interaction which may be said to validly contribute to and make a part of the "culture"--of both dogs and humans.    Interestingly, that meant for me that, although dog acquisition was not a topic I would ordinarily be interested in for the purposes of this list, dog loss, the death of dogs and what it means in the human/dog equation, was exactly apropos.   It also meant that the many anthologies of short stories and poems dealing with dogs could be legitimately included (although they seem to come into and go out of print with such rapidity that one wonders whether listing them serves any other than a historical purpose).  As the work progresses, I plan to add as many as I know of the novels and films specifically about dogs and specifically not written for or made to entertain children.  Some, of course, overlap the generations and may be read/seen by both children and adults.

 

Despite the difficulties which it may cause, there being inescapable differences in our (yours and my) categorizing schemes, I have chosen to divide up the titles below into sections which make sense to me.  In particular, I was eager to separate out the primary works of literature from the secondary.  I have made a separate section for bibliographies, of which, too, there are a surprising number. 

 

One peculiarity of the bibliography is the inclusion of secondary works which discuss very specific primary works (the items on Woolf's Flush, for instance, or John Muir's Stickeen).  These made their way onto the list, of course, because the original motive for its construction was as an aid to the students in my course, "Caninicity: The Culture of Dogs," in the Spring of 2002.  In the interests of the general reader, however, I have separated these out into sections of their own, which may be perused or ignored ad lib.

 

Another peculiarity, I think, is the inclusion of a number of works which might legitimately be listed under "ephemera" or, more pejoratively, "supermarket dogbooks."  I admit to being a compulsive buyer of dog books, in almost any form and with almost any pretensions or lack thereof.  And trying to draw a firm line between the lesser and the more substantial works on dogs, easy at the outer edges, would eventually be daunting, if it were even possible.  Perhaps the fact that they are unlikely to turn up in any other dog bibliography will justify their listing here.  After all, they are also a part of the culture of dogs.

 

The list is very much a work in progress, or, in the e-language of the internet, "under construction."  That seems entirely appropriate.  We learn new things about this 15,000-year relationship, it seems, almost daily, and in any case, each new human-dog relationship adds its own, often textualized, fragment of information to the overall package. 

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                                                             BIBLIOGRAPHIES

 

Anderson, David Charles.  Bibliography of Periodicals Including Articles Pertaining to Human‑Animal Relationships.  Renton, WA : Delta Society, 1989.

 

Allen, Karen Miller.  The Human‑Animal Bond: An Annotated Bibliography.  Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1985.

 

Castle, Charles.  "A Bibliography of Canine Literature."  In Vesey‑FitzGerald, Brian Seymour, ed.  The Book of the Dog.  London and Brussels: Nicholson & Watson, 1948.  1007-1024

 

Chapin, Howard M.   The Peter Chapin Collection of Books on Dogs.  A Short‑Title List.  Bulletin of the College of William and Mary in Virginia.  Vol. 32, No. 7.  Williamsburg, Virginia: College of William and Mary in Virginia, 1938.

 

Jones, E. Gwynne.  A Bibliography of the Dog: Books Published in the English Language, 1570‑1965.   London, Library Association, 1971.

 

Kellert, Stephen R., and Joyce K. Berry.  A Bibliography of Human/Animal Relationships.  Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1985. 

 

Lynch, Ann T.  "Bibliography of Works By and About John Muir, 1869-1978."  Bulletin of Bibliography 36.2 (1979): 71-80, 84.

 

Mason, Marcus M.  Bibliography of the Dog.  Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1959.  [Highly technical; intended for veterinarian use.]

 

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                                                             PRIMARY WORKS

 

Adams, Richard.  The Plague Dogs.  New York: Alfred A, Knopf, 1997.

 

Aelian.  On the Characteristics of Animals.  3 volumes.  With an English translation by A. F. Scholfield.  Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press;  London, William Heinemann Ltd.,  1971.

 

Aesop's Fables.  With a Life of Aesop.  Translated from the Spanish with an introduction by John E. Keller and L. Clark Keating.  Lexington, Ky. : The University Press of Kentucky, 1993.

 

Albert, Gwendolyn.  "Dogs."  Dogs.  San Francisco: The Norton Coker Press, 1991.

 

Arnold, Matthew.  Poetical Works.  Edited by C. B. Tinker and H. F Lowry.  London: Oxford University Press, 1950; rpt. 1969. ["Geist's Grave," 449-452;  "Poor Matthias" 452-458; "Kaiser Dead" 458-461]

 

 Atkinson, Eleanor.  Greyfriars Bobby.  New York and London: Harper and Brothers, 1912.

 

Auden, W. H.  "Talking to Dogs  (In memoriam Rolfi Strobl: run over, June 9, 1970)."  Harper's 242 (March 1971): 110.

 

Bakis, Kirsten.  Lives of the Monster Dogs.  A Novel.  New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1997.

 

Balfour, Vivian Vie, ed.   The Perimeter of Light: Short Fiction and Other Writing about the Vietnam War.  Minneapolis, MN : New Rivers Press; New York: Distributed by the Talman Co., 1992.  [Rich Christman, "Dogs."  p. 122;  Brody, Leslie.  "Dogs of War."  pp. 236-244.]

 

Bark.  Selected Poems about Dogs.  Illustrations and compilation by Ferris Cook.  Boston, New York, and London:  Little Brown and Company, 2000.

 

Bass, Rick.  Colter.  The true story of the best dog I ever had.  New York: Houghton Mifflin, 2001.

 

Beach, Rex.  "The Trapper and his Dog."  Reader's Digest 41 (July, 1942): 67-68.

 

Becker, Suzy.  My Dog's the World's Best Dog.  New York: Workman Publishing, 1995. [Cartoons.]

 

Bernikow, Louise.  Bark If You Love Me: A Woman-Meets-Dog Story.  Chapel Hill, N. C.: Algonquin Books of North Carolina, 2000.

 

Bonaparte, Maria.  Topsy.  The Story of a Golden-Haired Chow.  With a new introduction by Gary Genosko.  New Brunswick and London: Transaction Publishers, 1994.

 

Bradbury, Ray.   Dogs Think That Every Day is Christmas.  Illustrated by Louise Reinoehl Max. Salt Lake City: Gibbs Smith Publisher, 1997.

 

Bradford, Arthur.  Dogwatcher.  Stories.  New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2001.

 

Brown, John [1810-1882].  Rab and His Friends.  Philadelphia: Henry Altemus, n.d.

 

Brown, Rebecca.  The Dogs.  A Modern Bestiary.  San Francisco, CA: City Lights Books, 1998.

 

Burnford, Sheila.  The Incredible Journey.  With illustrations by Carl Burger.  1960; rpt.  New York:  Bantam Doubleday Dell, 1988.

 

Burroughs, John.  "The Literary Treatment of Nature."  In Ways of Nature.  Freeport, N.Y.: Books for Libraries Press, 1971.  191-208.

 

______.  My Dog Friends.  Edited by Clara Barrus.  Boston and New York:  Houghton Mifflin Company, 1928.

 

Caius, John  Of Englishe dogges, the diversifies, the names, the natures, and the properties. A short treatise written in Latine by Iohannes Caius, and newly drawne into Englishe by Abraham Fleming. Imprinted at London by Rychard Johnes, 1576. [Reprinted  London, A. Bradley, 1880]

 

Capes, Michael, and Teresa Bank Capes.  Our Best Friends.  Wagging Tales to Warm the Heart.  New York: Bantam Books, 1998.

 

Caras, Roger A.  A Celebration of Dogs.  New York: Times Books, 1982.

 

______.  Going for the Blue.  Inside the World of Show Dogs and Dog Shows.  New York: Warner Books, 2001.

 

[______, ed.]  The New Roger Caras Treasury of Great Dog Stories.   Place?  Galahad Books, 1990; Bristol Park Books, 1999.

 

[______ ed.] Roger Caras' Treasure of Great Dog Stories.  1987;  rpt: New York: Galahad Books, 1990.

 

Carver, Raymond.   "Jerry and Molly and Sam."  in Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?  Rpt. in Short Cuts: Selected Stories by Raymond Carver.  New York: Vintage Books, 1993.  122-137.

 

Chapple, Beryle.  Dogs Dogs Dogs.  The Best of Beryl Chapple's Paintings.  Foreword by Barbara Woodhouse.  London: Thames and Hudson, 1984.

 

Clauson, James Earl.  The Dog's Book of Verse.  Boston, Small, Maynard & co. [c1916].

 

Cole, William, compiler.  Good Dog Poems.  Illustrated by Ruth Sanderson.  New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1981.

 

Dennison, George.  Shawno. New York: Schocken Books, 1984.

 

Denys, Patti, and Mary Holmes.  Animal Magnetism.  At Home with Celebrities and Their Animal Companions.  New York: Smithmark Publishers, 1998.

 

Dido.  My Life as a Real Dog.  Assisted by Chapman Pincher.  1991; rpt New York, Tokyo and London: Kodansha International, 1995.

 

Doggerel.  Great Poets on Remarkable Dogs.  Linocuts by Martha Paulos.  San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1990.

 

Dogs. The Little Guides.  Paul McGreevy, Consultant Editor.  1999; rpt. San Francisco: Fog City Press, 2000.

 

A Dog Lover's Collection.  "Vanessa dei Barabba Florine."  Tavarnelle Val di Pesa.  Introduction by Achille Alessandro Conti.  Text by Ptolemy Tomkins.  Photography and Captions by Nicholas Sepieha.  New York and Woodbridge, England: Antique Collectors' Club, 1995.

 

Dog Stories.  Photographs by Jon Weber & Text by Dylan Schaffer.  San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1997.

 

Duemer, Joseph, and Jim Simmerman, eds.  Dog Music.  Poetry about Dogs.  New York: St. Martin's Press, 1996.

 

Domanski, Don.  Stations of the Left Hand. Toronto: Coach House Press, 1994.

["Pi-Dogs," p. 75; "Dogs of the Cerberean Darkness," p. 101.]

 

[Downey, Fairfax, selector].  Great Dog Stories of All Time.  Selected by Fairfax Downey.  Illustrated by Albert Orbann.  Garden City: Doubleday and Co., 1962.

 

Dromgoole, Glenn.  What Dogs Teach Us. . . .   Life's Lessons Learned from Our Best Friends.  Minocqua, Wisconsin: Willow Creek Press, 1999.

 

Dutourd, Jean.  A Dog's Head.  A Novel.   Translated by Robin Chancellor.  With a new Preface by the author and a new Foreword by Wendy Doniger.  1951; Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 1998.

 

Eckstein, Warren, with Andrea Simon.  The Illustrated Dog's Life.  London: Tiger Books International, 1995.

 

Eichhorn, Gary E., and Scott B. Jones.  The Dog Album.  Studio Portraits of Dogs and Their People.  New York: Stewart, Tabori and Chang, 2000.

 

Eighner, Lars.  Travels with Lizbeth: Three Years on the Road and on the Streets New York.   New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993.

 

Ellis, Peter Berresford.  "Bedd Gelert."  In The Chronicles of the Celts: New Tellings of Their Myths and Legends.   New York : Carroll & Graf Publishers, Inc., 1999.  309-314.

 

Erwitt, Elliott.  Dog Dogs.  London: Phaedon Press, n.d.; reprinted New York: Barnes and Noble, n.d.

 

Fergus, Charles.  A Rough-Shooting Dog.  The First Season of a Hunting Spaniel.  Illustrations by Joe Fornelli.  1991; rpt. New York: Doubleday/Main Street Books, 1995.

 

Francis, Cle.  "The Realm of the Autumn Dog."  Best of the Best 1996.  A Celebration of  the Finest in Dog Writing.  Edited by September B. Morn.  Trenton, N.J.: Veterinary Learning Systems, 1997.  52-56.  [Originally in DOGworld.]

 

Frothingham, Robert, ed.  Songs of Dogs.  Houghton Mifflin Company, 1920.

 

Good Dog Poems.  Compiled by William  Cole; illustrated by Ruth Sanderson.  New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1981.

 

Goodman, Jack, ed.  The Fireside Book Of Dog Stories.  New York:  Simon and Schuster, 1943.

 

Gordon, Ruth.  It Takes a Dog to Raise a Village.  True Stories of Remarkable Canine Vagabonds.   Minocqua, Wisconsin: Willow Creek Press, 2000.

 

Gross, S., ed.  Dogs Dogs Dogs.  A Collection of Great Dog Cartoons.  1985; rpt. New York: Barnes and Noble, 1997.

 

Grossman, Loyd.  The Dog's Tale.  A History of Man's Best Friend.  London: BBC Books, 1993.

 

Gusewelle, C. W.  The Rufus Chronicle.  Another Autumn.  1996; rpt. New York: Ballantine Books, 1998.

 

Harper, Don.  Dogs.  Edison, N. J.: Chartwell Books, 1994.

    

Hartshorne, Esther Kimball. Dog‑gerel.  Illustrated by Cleanthe.  Red Bank, N.J.: Stone's Throw Press, 1933. 

 

Hausman, Gerald and Loretta.  The Mythology of Dogs.  Canine Legend and Lore through the Ages.  1997; rpt.  New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998.

 

Hearne, Vicki.  The Parts of Light: Poems.  Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 1994.

 

Heimel, Cynthia.  "My Dog, Myself," "A Doctor in the House."  Get Your Tongue Out Of My Mouth, I'm Kissing You Good‑bye.  New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1993.  37-39; 58-61.

 

Hempel, Amy, and Jim Shepard, eds.   Unleashed: Poems by Writers' Dogs.  New York: Three Rivers Press, 1995.

 

Herriot, James.  James Herriot's Dog Stories.  New York: St. Martin's Press, 1986.

 

[______.] James Herriot's Favorite Dog Stories.  Illustrated by Lesley Holmes.  New York: St. Martin's Press, 1995.

 

Hunsicker, Christine, ed.  A Dog's World.  Traveler's Tales/Tails Guides.  San Francisco: Travelers' Tales, 1998.

 

Jeffers, Robinson.  "The House Dog's Grave."  In The Selected Poetry of Robinson Jeffers.  Edited by Tim Hunt.  Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 2001.  559-560.

 

Jenkins, David Erwyd.  Bedd Gelert: Its Facts, Fairies, & Folk-lore.  With translations of poetry by H. Elvet Lewis; and an introduction by John Rhys. Portmadoc: L. Jenkins, 1899.

 

Jesse, Edward.  Anecdotes of Dogs.  London : H. G. Bohn, 1858. [Originally published in 1846.]

 

Jessup, Diane.  The Dog Who Spoke With Gods.  New York: St. Martin's Press, June 2001

 

Johns, Bud, ed.  Old Dogs Remembered.   [Place? Carroll and Graf, 1993] San Francisco: Synergistic Press, 1993, 1995. [A collection of poems, stories, excerpts, etc., by some very famous writers.  See Stephens for another superb collection.]

 

Jones, Diana Wynne.  Dogsbody.  New York: Greenwillow Books, 1975.

 

Jones, Peter C., and Lisa MacDonald.  Hero Dogs.  100 True Stories of Daring Deeds.  Kansas City: Andrews and McMeel, 1997.

 

Jones, Robert F.  Upland Passage.  A Field Dog's Education.  Photographs by Bill Eppridge.  New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1992.

 

Just Dogs.  A Literary and Photographic Tribute to the Great Hunting Breeds.  Minocqua, WI: Willow Creek Press, 1988.

 

Kantor, MacKinlay.  Lobo. Illustrated by Irene Layne.  Cleveland, World Pub. Co. 1957.

 

Katz, Jon.  A Dog Year.  Twelve Months, Four Dogs, and Me.  New York: Random House, 2002.

 

Kenyon, Jane.  Otherwise: New and Selected Poems.  Saint Paul: Graywolf Press, 1996.      ["After an Illness, Walking the Dog," pp. 166-167;  "With the Dog at Sunrise," p. 177]

 

Kilcommons, Brian, and Sarah Wilson.  Tails from the Bark Side.  True Stories from the Family Dog Files.  New York: Warner Books, 1997.

 

Kipling, Rudyard.  Thy Servant a Dog.  Illustrated by G. L. Stampa.  London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd., 1930.

 

Knapp, Caroline.  Pack of Two.  The Intricate Bond Between People and Dogs.  New York: Dial Press, 1998. 

 

Kis, Danilo.  "Dogs and Books."  In The Oxford book of Jewish Stories. Edited and with an Introduction by Ilan Stavans.  New York: Oxford University Press, 1998.  325-335.

 

Knight, Eric.  Lassie, Come Home.  New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1940.

 

Lifton, Sir Basket, MD (Mad Dog).  "The Million Dog March."   Bastard Quarterly  3.2 (Fall 1998).  <http://www.bastards.org/bq/more2/htm>

 

Maeterlinck, Maurice.  "Our Friend, the Dog."  In The Double Garden.  Translated by Alexandre Caesarea Mattes.  New York: [Harper and Brothers, 1902]; Dodd, Mead and Company, Publishers, 1904.  11-43. [Originally published as Le Double Jardim.  Paris: E.g. Fasciola, 1904.]

 

Mann, Thomas.  A Man and His Dog [Herr und Hand].  Translated by Herman George Scheffauer. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1930.

 

Mayle, Peter.  A Dog's Life.  With Drawings by Edward Koren.  1995; rpt. New York: Vintage Books, 1996.

 

McCaig, Donald.  Nop's Trials.  New York: Crown Publishers, 1984.

 

Millard, Adele.  Dogs in Fact and Legend.  New York: Sterling Publishing Company, 1977.

 

Mirosevich, Toni.  "Dog Tales."  The Rooms We Make Our Own.  Ithaca, N.Y.: Firebrand Books, 1996.  76-83.

 

Mitchell, Vanessa, ed.  Best-Loved Dog Stories.  Color Plates by David Thompson.  Pleasantville and Montreal: Reader's Digest, 1998.

 

Morgan, Paul B.  K-9 Soldiers.  Vietnam and After.  Central Point, OR: Hellgate Press, 1999.

 

Morn, September B., ed.  Best of the Best 1995.  A Celebration of the Finest in Dog Writing.  Marblemount, WA.: Pawprince Press, 1996.

 

______.  Best of the Best 1996.  A Celebration of the Finest in Dog Writing.  Dog Writers Association of America.  Trenton, N. J.: Veterinary Learning Systems, 1997.

 

Norman, Geoffrey.  "A Dog Named Bernie."  In Truax, Doug, ed.  A Breed Apart.  A Tribute to the Hunting Dogs that Own Our Souls.  An Original Anthology.   Vol. 1.  Illustrations by Bruce Langton.  Traverse City, MI: Countrysport Press, 1993.  79-91.

 

O'Brien, Christine, compiler.  Dogs in Art.  London: Studio Editions, 1994. 

 

O'Mara, Lesley, ed.  Best Dog Stories.  Introduction by Gerald Durrell.  1990; rpt. New York: Wings Books, 1991.

 

O'Neill, Eugene.  The Last Will and Testament of an Extremely Distinguished Dog.  Illustrated by Adrienne Yorinks.   New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1999.

 

Patrick, Michael.  Mutts of the Masters.  New York: MJF Books, 1996

 

Pitcher, George.  The Dogs Who Came to Stay.  Drawings by Tom George.  New York and London: Dutton, 1995.

 

Price, Reynolds.  "A Dog's Death."   The Collected Stories.  New York: Atheneum; Toronto: Maxwell Macmillan Canada; New York: Maxwell Macmillan International, 1993.  340-343.

 

Rooke, Leon.  Shakespeare's Dog.  New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1981; rpt. New York: The Ecco Press, 1986.

 

Schinto, Jeanne, ed.  The Literary Dog.  Great Contemporary Dog Stories.  New York: The Atlantic Monthly Press, 1990. 

 

Shevin, David.   Growl and Other Poems: An Anthology by the Pets of the Great Poets. Columbus, Ohio: Carpenter Press, 1989.

 

William Robert Spencer.  "Beth-Gelert."  (1800).

 

Stephens, John Richard.  The Dog Lover's Literary Companion.  Great Writers and Artists Celebrate Man's Best Friend.  Rocklin, Calif.: Prima Publishing, 1992. [Poems, short stories, excerpts from novels, non-fiction.  Heavily illustrated with rotogravure reproductions.]

 

Stevenson, Robert Louis.  "The Character of Dogs."  The English Illustrated Magazine 5 (1884); reprinted in Memories and Portraits (1887).

 

Terhune, Albert Payson.  Great Dog Stories.  Illustrated by Marguerite Kirmse.  New York:  Random House, 1993.

 

Thomas, Elizabeth Marshall.  Certain Poor Shepherds: A Christmas Tale.  Illustrated by Andrew Davidson.  New York: Simon & Schuster, 1996. 

 

Thurber, James.  Thurber's Dogs.  New York: Simon and Schuster, 1955.

 

Tjernagel, Peder Gustav.  The Follinglo Dog Book: A Norwegian Pioneer Story from Iowa. Foreword by Wayne Franklin; Prologue & Epilogue by Peter Tjernagel Harstad.   Iowa City: U. of Iowa Pr., 1999.

 

Truax, Doug, ed.  A Breed Apart.  A Tribute to the Hunting Dogs that Own Our Souls.  An Original Anthology.   Vol. 1.  Illustrations by Bruce Langton.  Traverse City, MI: Countrysport Press, 1993.

 

Turberville, George.  Turbervile's Booke of Hunting, 1576.  Oxford:  Clarendon Press, 1908.

 

Twain, Mark.  A Dog's Tale.  New York: Harper and Brothers, 1904.

 

Updike, John.  "Dog's Death," 51-52; "Another Dog's Death," 141-142; "Neoteny," 356-357.  In Collected Poems 1953-1993.  New York: Knopf, 1993.

 

Wallace, Ronald.  The Uses of Adversity.  Pitt Poetry Series.  Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1998.  ["Dogs (1)," p. 11; "Dogs (2)," p. 53.]

 

What Dogs Do.  Photographs by Sharon Beals.  San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1995.

 

White, Stewart Edward.  Dog Days.  Other Times, Other Dogs:  The Autobiography of a Man and His Dog Friends through Four Decades of Changing America.  Illustrations by Will Crawford.  Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1930.

 

Whitfield, June.  Dog Tales.  London: Robson Books, 1987.

 

Woolf, Virginia.  Flush.  A Biography.  Introduction by Trekkie Ritchie.  1933; rpt. San Diego, New York, and London: Harcourt Brace & Company, 1983.

 

Xenophon and Arrian On Hunting.  (Kynhgetikos).  Edited with an Introduction, Translation and Commentary by A.A. Phillips & M.M. Willcock.  Warminster, England:  Aris & Phillips, Ltd.. 1999.

 

Young, Egerton Ryerson.  My Dogs in the Northland.   New York, Chicago [etc.]:  F.H. Revell Company, 1902.

 

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                                                          SECONDARY WORKS

 

A Dog's Life.  A Book of Classic Photographs.  By the Editors of Life Magazine.  Introduction by William Wegman.  Boston et al.: Little Brown and Company, 1995.

 

Allen, Karen, "The Role of Pets in Health and Illness."  In Suicide: The Constructive/Destructive Self.   Edited by Coletta A. Klug.  Lewiston: E. Mellen Press, 1996.  247-272. 

 

Anderson, Joanne M.  Solomon Says.  Observations of an Innkeeper Dog.  Photography by Andres R. Alonso.  Blacksburg, VA: Clay Corner Publishing, 2001.

 

(Anon.)  "Art. II.--Shakespeare: The First Collected Edition of the Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare.  A Reproduction in Exact Fac-Simile of the Famous First Folio, 1623, by the newly-discovered Process of Photo-Lithography.  Under the superintendence of H. Staunton.  London: 1866."  Edinburgh Review 136.278 (October 1872): 335-373.   [This article has been referred to as "Shakespeare's Knowledge of Field Sports."] 

 

Ansell, Mary. Dogs and Men.  New York, G. Scribner's Sons, 1924.

 

Arluke, Arnold, and Clinton R. Sanders.  Regarding Animals.  Animals, Culture, and Society Series.   Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1996.    [See especially "Speaking for Dogs," pp. 61-81.]

 

Arthus-Bertrand, Yann.  Dogs.  Texts by Andre Pittion-Rossillon.  Translated by John Herrick.  1992; rpt. New York: Barnes and Noble, 2000.

 

Aymar, Brandt, and Edward Sagarin, eds.  The Personality of the Dog.  1964; rpt New York: Wings Books, 1995.

 

Baker, Stephen.  How to Live with a Neurotic Dog.  With illustrations by Fred Hillard.  New York: Wings Books, 1988.

 

Battersea Tails.  London: The Dogs Home Battersea, 1997.

 

Battiata, Mary.  "Lassie Go Home."  Sunday, May 30, 1999; Page W08.  The Washington Post.  <http.www.members.home.ent/lauracook/postarticle.htm>

 

Bauer, Matthias.  "The Language of Dogs: Mythos and Logos in Emily Dickinson." Connotations: A Journal for Critical Debate 5:2‑3 (1995‑1996): 208‑27.

 

Beck, Alan M.  "Health and Caring for Living Things."  In Animals and People Sharing the World.  Edited by Andrew N. Rowan.  Hanover and London: University Press of New England, 1988.  53-73.

 

Beck, Myron.  Dog Tales.  Classic Stories about Smart Dogs.  Introduction by Richard C. Wolters.  New York and Avenel, N. J.: Wings Books, 1990.

 

Beier, U.  "The Yoruba Attitude to Dogs."  Odu.  A Journal of Yoruba and Related Studies.  No. 7 (1959): 31-37.

 

Bennett, Gillian. " 'Rocky the Police Dog' and Other Tales: Traditional Narrative in an Occupational Corpus."  Lore and Language 3.8 (1983): 1‑19.

 

Benson, Elizabeth P.  "The Chthonic Canine."  Latin American Indian Literatures Journal: A Review of American Indian Texts and Studies. 7:1 (1991): 95‑120.

 

Berger, John.  "Why Look at Animals?"  In About Looking.   New York: Pantheon Books, 1980.  1-26.

 

Berger Todd R., ed.  Love of Dogs.  The Ultimate Tribute to Our Best Friend.  Foreword by Roger Caras.  Stillwater, MN: Voyageur Press, 1999.

 

Bergler, Reinhold.  Man and Dog: The Psychology of a Relationship.  Oxford; Boston: Blackwell Scientific Publications, 1988.

 

Berman, Ruth, ed.  Guys and Dogs.  Photographs by Laurie Schneider.  Irvine, California: BowTie Press, 1999.

 

Betts, Jerome.  "Name of a Dog."  Verbatim: The Language Quarterly 25.3 (Summer 2000): 26‑27.

 

Bikales, Gerda.  "The Dog as Significant Other."  Social Work 20 (March 1975): 150-152.

 

Birr, Ursula, Gerald Krakauer, and Daniela Osiander.  Dog's Best Friend.  Journey to the Roots of an Ancient Partnership.  Rochester, VT.: Park Street Press, 1996.

 

Boren, Mark Edelman.  "Beasts of Burden."  Lingua Franca: The Review of Academic Life 8:5 (July-August 1998): 11-13.

 

Bossard, J. H. S.  "The Mental Hygiene of Owning a Dog."  Mental Hygiene 28 (1944): 408-413. ["This appears to be one of the first published analyses of the therapeutic effects of companion animals." Allen, The Human‑Animal Bond: An Annotated Bibliography, p. 23]

 

______.  "I Wrote about Dogs: A Mental Hygiene Note."  Mental Hygiene 34 (1950): 385-390.  [Responses to the original article in 1944.]

 

Bozell, John R.  "Changes in the Role of the Dog in Protohistoric-Historic Pawnee Culture."  Plains Anthropologist 33.119 (February 1988): 95-111.

 

Brody, Leslie.  "Dogs of War."  In The Perimeter of Light: Short Fiction and Other Writing about the Vietnam War.  Edited by Vivian Vie Balfour.  Minneapolis, MN : New Rivers Press; New York: Distributed by the Talman Co., 1992.   236-244.

 

Brunvand, Jan Harold.  The Choking Doberman and Other "New" Urban Legends.  New York: W. W. Norton,  1984.

 

Bryant, Traphes, with Frances Spatz Leighton.  Dog Days at the White House. The Outrageous Memoirs of the Presidential Kennel Keeper.  New York: Macmillan Publishing Company, 1975.

 

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Smith, Steve, and Gene Hill.  Just Mutts.  A Tribute to the Rogues of Dogdom.  Minocqua, Wisconsin: Willow Creek Press, 1999.

 

Snider, Greg, compiler.  The Quotable Dog.  A Dog Lover's Treasure of Observations on Our Canine Companions.  Chicago: Contemporary Books, 1994.

 

Stern, Jane and Michael.  Dog Eat Dog.  A Very Human Book about Dogs and Dog Shows. New York: Scribner, 1997.

 

Stifel, William F.  The Dog Show.  125 Years of Westminster.  New York: Westminster Kennel Club, 2001.

 

Stoner, Joyce Hill.  "Andy Warhol and Jamie Wyeth: Interactions."  American Art 13.3 (1999): 58-83.

 

Suares, J. C., ed.  City Dogs.  San Francisco: Collins Publishers, 1994. [Photographs.]

 

______.  Cool Mutts.  Text by H. D. R. Campbell.  New York: Welcome Enterprises, 1997. [Photographs.]

 

______.  Funny Dogs.  Text by Jane [sic] Martin.  New York: Welcome Enterprises, 1995.  [Photographs.]

 

______.  Hollywood Dogs.  San Francisco: Collins Publishers, 1993. [Photographs.]

 

______.  Sexy Dogs.  Text by Jana Martin.  New York: HarperCollins, 2000.  [Photographs.]

 

______.  Dogs in Love.  Text by Jana Martin.  New York: Welcome Enterprises, 1998.  [Photographs.]

 

______ and J. Spencer Beck.  Dogs to the Rescue.   New York: Welcome Enterprises, 1996.  [Photographs.]

 

Surridge, Lisa.  "Dogs'/Bodies, Women's Bodies: Wives as Pets in Mid‑Nineteenth‑Century Narratives of Domestic Violence."  Victorian Review: The Journal of the Victorian Studies Association of Western Canada and the Victorian Studies Association  20:1 (1994): 1‑34.

 

Sussman, Marvin B., ed.  Pets and the Family.  New York: Haworth Press, 1985.

 

Szasz, Kathleen.  Petishism?:  Pets and Their People in the Western World.  New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1968.

 

Taggart, Caroline, ed.  Encyclopedia of the Dog.  San Diego, CA: Thunder Bay Press, 2000.

 

Telesco, Patricia.  Dog Spirit.  Hounds, Howlings, and Hocus-Pocus.  Rochester, Vermont: Destiny Books, 2000.

 

Thomas, Elizabeth Marshall.  The Social Lives of Dogs.  The Grace of Canine Company.  Illustrated by Jared Taylor Williams.  New York: Simon and Schuster, 2000.

 

Thomas, Keith.  Man and the Natural World: Changing Attitudes in England, 1500‑1800.  New York: Oxford University Press, 1996.

 

Thomson, Iain.  Dogs.  Pathfinder Guide.  San Diego, CA: Thunder Bay Press, 1999.

 

[Thurber, James.]  The Dog Department.  James Thurber on Hounds, Scotties, and Talking Poodles. Edited by Michael J. Rosen.  New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 2001.

 

Thurman, Melburn D.  "On the Identity of the Chariticas [SAR-H R-IKKA]:  Dog-Eating and Pre-Horse Adaptation on the High Plains."  Plains Anthropologist 33.120 (1988): 159-170.

 

Thurston, Mary Elizabeth.  The Lost History of the Canine Race.  Our 15,000-Year Love Affair with Dogs.  Kansas City: Andrews and McMeel, 1996.

 

Titcomb, Margaret.  Dog and Man in the Ancient Pacific, with Special Attention to Hawaii.  With the collaboration of Mary Kawena Pukui.  Bernice P. Bishop Museum Special Publications 59.  Honolulu: Bernice P. Bishop Museum, 1969.

 

Torregrossa, Richard.  Fun Facts about Dogs.  Inspiring Tales, Amazing Feats and Helpful Hints.  Deerfield Beach, Florida: Health Communications, Inc., 1998.

 

Torsney, Cheryl B.  "Mrs. Wickham's 'Dogs of Noted Americans.'"  Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly 16.3 (Summer 1993):  258‑63.

 

Tuan, Yi-fu.  Dominance and Affection: The Making of Pets.  New Haven: Yale University Press, 1984.

 

Tucker, Toni, and Judith Adler.  Zen Dog.  New York: Clarkson Potter Publishers, 2001.

 

Turner, James.  Reckoning with the Beast: Animals, Pain, and Humanity in the Victorian Mind.  Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University, 1980.

 

Twining, Hillary; Arluke, Arnold; Patronek, Gary.  "Managing the Stigma of Outlaw Breeds: A Case Study of Pit Bull Owners."  Society & Animals  8.1 (2000): 25-52.

 

Umeasiegbu, Rems Nna.  "How the dog became a domestic animal."  In The Way We Lived:  Ibo Customs and Stories.  London, Ibadan [etc.] Heinemann Educational, 1969.  Pp. 45-46.

 

Veevers, Jean E.  "The Social Meanings of Pets: Alternative Roles for Companion Animals." Marriage & Family Review  8.3‑4 (1985): 11‑30.

 

Vesey‑FitzGerald, Brian Seymour, ed.  The Book of the Dog.  London: Nicholson & Watson, 1948.

 

______.  The Domestic Dog: An Introduction to Its History.  London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1957. [See especially: "The Dog in Art," pp. 53-73 ; "The Dog in Literature," pp. 74-101; "The Dog in Sport," pp. 102-125; "The Dog Becomes Big Business," pp. 143-163.]

 

Von Kreisler, Kristin.  The Compassion of Animals.  Foreword by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson.  Rocklin, CA:  Prima Publishing, 1997.

 

Vines, Gail.  "Wolves in Dog's Clothing."  New Scientist  91(10 September 1981): 648-652.

 

Walton, John K.  "Mad Dogs and Englishmen: The Conflict over Rabies in Victorian England."  Journal of Social History 13 (1979): 219-239.

 

Watson. Brad.  Last Days of the Dog-Men.  Stories.   New York: W. W. Norton, 1996; rpt. New York, Dell Books, 1997.

 

Wegman, William.  Man's Best Friend. [Photographs]

 

Weisbord, Merrily, and Kim Kachanoff, D.V.M.  Dogs with Jobs. Working Dogs Around the World.  New York: Simon and Schuster Pocket Books, 2000.

 

Wendt, Lloyd M.  Dogs.  A Historical Journey. The Human Connection Through the Centuries. New York: Howell Book House, 1996.

 

White, David Gordon.  Myths of the Dog-Man.  With a Foreword by Wendy Doniger.  Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 1991.

 

Whitehead, Sarah.  Dog.  The Complete Guide.  New York: Barnes and Noble Books, 1999.

 

Wolfsensohn, Simon.  "The things we do to dogs."  New Scientist 90.1253 (14 May 1981): 404-407.

 

Wood, Deborah.  Top Dogs.  Making It to Westminster.  New York: Howell Book House, 2002.

 

Wyngate, Arthur, ed.  The Beauty of Dogs.  Photography by Robert and Eunice Pearcy.  London: Bison Books, 1995.

 

Zaczek, Iain.  Dog.  A Dog's Life in Art and Literature.  New York: Watson-Guptill Publications, 2000.

 

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                                       JACK LONDON, THE CALL OF THE WILD

 

Auerbach, Jonathan.   "'Congested Mails': Buck and Jack's 'Call.'' In Rereading Jack London.  Edited by Leonard Cassuto Jeanne Campbell Reesman.   With an afterword by Earle Labor.  Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1996.

 

Beaver, Harold.  "If Dogs Could Read."  New Statesman (31 March 1978): 438-439.  [Review of Sinclair's Jack.]

 

Cassuto, Leonard, and Jeanne Campbell Reesman, eds.  Rereading Jack London.  With an afterword by Earle Labor.  Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1996.

 

Clayton, Lawrence.  "The Ghost Dog, a Motif in The Call of the Wild.   Jack London Newsletter. 5 (1972): 158.

 

Flink, Andrew.  "Call of the Wild: Jack London's Catharsis."  Jack London Newsletter 11 (1978): 12-19.

 

Frey, Charles.  "Contradiction in The Call of the Wild."  Jack London Newsletter 12(1979): 35-37.

 

Gair, Christopher.  "The Doppelganger and the Naturalist Self: The Call of the Wild."  In Complicity and Resistance in Jack London's Novels: From Naturalism to Nature.  Studies in American Literature 22.  Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1997.

 

Gurian, Jay.  "The Romantic Necessity in Literary Naturalism."  American Literature 38.1  (1966): 112-130.

 

Katz, Eric.  "The Call of the Wild: The Struggle Against Domination and the Technological Fix of Nature."  In  Postmodern Environmental Ethics.  Edited by Max Oelschlaeger .  Albany: State University of New York Press, 1995.  163-[?172?]

 

Koenig, Jacqueline.  "Jack London's The Call of the Wild."  Jack London Newsletter 9 (1976): 127-129.

 

Labor, Earle.  "Jack London's Mondo Cane: 'Batard,' The Call of the Wild, and White Fang. Critical Essays on Jack London. Critical Essays on American Literature. Tavernier‑Courbin, Jacqueline (ed.).  Boston: Hall. 1983. 114‑130.

 

Mann, John S.  "The Theme of the Double in The Call of the Wild.Markham Review 8 (1978): 1-5.

 

Nuernberg, Susan M., ed.  The Critical Response to Jack London.  Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1995.   [See "The Call of the Wild," pp. 61-97.]

 

Ownbey, Ray Wilson, ed.  Jack London: Essays in Criticism.  Santa Barbara: Peregrine Smith, 1978.

 

Reed, A. Paul.  "Running with the Pack: Jack London's The Call of the Wild and Jesse Stuart's Mongrel Mettle."  Jack London Newsletter 18.3 (1985): 96‑98.

 

Reesman, Jeanne Campbell.  Jack London: A Study of the Short Fiction.  New York: Twayne Publishers, 1999.

 

Tavernier-Courbin, Jacqueline.  "The Call of the Wild": A Naturalistic Romance.  New York : Twayne Publishers; Toronto: Maxwell Macmillan Canada; New York: Maxwell Macmillan International, 1994.

 

Wilcox, Earl J., compiler.  "The Call of the Wild": A Casebook with Text, Background Sources, Reviews, Critical Essays, and Bibliography.  Chicago: Nelson-Hall, 1980.

 

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                                                       JOHN MUIR, STICKEEN

 

Buske, Frank E.  "The Wilderness, the Frontier and the Literature of Alaska to 1914: John Muir, Jack London and Rex Beach."  Dissertation Abstracts International  38 (1977): 260A.

 

Elder, John C.  "John Muir and the Literature of Wilderness."  Massachusetts Review: A  Quarterly of Literature, the Arts and Public Affairs  22.2 (Summer 1981): 375-386.

 

Fleck, Richard F.  "John Muir and Eskimoan Cultures."  Research Studies (Washington State University)  47 (1979): 48-53.

 

Limbaugh, Ronald H.  John Muir's "Stickeen" and the Lessons of Nature.  Fairbanks: University  of Alaska Press, 1996. 185 pp.

 

______.  "Stickeen and the Moral Education of John Muir."  Environmental History Review 15.1 (1991): 25‑45.  Reprinted in The Wild Animal Story.  Edited by Ralph H. Lutts.  Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1998.  248-267.

 

Lynch, Ann T.  "Bibliography of Works By and About John Muir, 1869-1978."  Bulletin of Bibliography 36.2 (1979): 71-80, 84.

 

Lyon, Thomas J.  John Muir.  Boise, Idaho: Boise State College 1972.

 

Muir, John.  "An Adventure with a Dog and A Glacier."  The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine 54 (1897): 769-776.

 

______.   Nature Writings: The Story of My Boyhood and Youth, My First Summer in the Sierra, The Mountains of California.  Stickeen.  Selected Essays.  Selected and with Notes by William Cronon.  New York, N.Y.: The Library of America, 1997.

 

______.  Stickeen. Boston, New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1909.

 

Smith, Herbert F.  John Muir.  New York: Twayne, 1965. ["Stickeen," pp. 110-112.]

 

Wilkins, Thurman.  John Muir: Apostle of Nature.  Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1995. ["Stickeen," pp. 144-151.]

 

Young, S. Hall.  Alaska Days with John Muir.  New York: Revell, 1915; rpt. New York: Arno, 1976. [See "The Dog and the Man," pp. 161-198, including the poem "My Friends"]

 

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                                   JOHN STEINBECK, TRAVELS WITH CHARLEY

 

Astro, Richard.  "Travels with Steinbeck: The Laws of Thought and the Laws of Things."  In  Steinbeck's Travel Literature: Essays in Criticism.  Steinbeck Monograph Series no. 10. Edited by Hayashi, Tetsumaro.  Muncie, Indiana: Steinbeck Society of America, 1980.  pp? 1-11

 

Dewey, Joseph.  "'There Was a Seedy Grandeur about the Man': Rebirth and Recovery in Travels with Charley.Steinbeck Quarterly 24.1-2 (1991): 22-29.

 

Ditsky, John.  "Steinbeck's Travels with Charley: The Quest That Failed."  in  Steinbeck's Travel Literature: Essays in Criticism.   Edited by Tetsumaro Hayashi.  Muncie, Indiana:  Steinbeck Society of America, ??1980.   56-61

 

French, Warren G.  John Steinbeck's Nonfiction Revisited.  New York: Twayne Publishers; London: Prentice Hall International, 1996.

 

Gladstein, Mimi Reisel.  "America and Americans:  The Arthurian Consummation."  In After The Grapes of Wrath.  Essays on John Steinbeck in Honor of Tetsumaro Hayashi.  Edited by Donals V. Coers, Paul D. Ruffin, and Robert J. DeMott.  Athens: Ohio University Press, 1995.  228-237.

 

Hayashi, Tetsumaro.  "Steinbeck's America in Travels with Charley.Steinbeck Quarterly 23:3-4 (1990): 88-96.

 

Heavlin, Barbara.  "Judge, Observer, Prophet: The American Cain and Steinbeck's Shifting Perspective."  South Dakota Review 34.2 (1996): 192-206.

 

Hughes, Robert S., Jr.  "Steinbeck's Travels with Charley and America and Americans.Steinbeck Quarterly 20 (1987):  76-88.

 

Owens, Louis.  "Patterns of Reality and Barrels of Worms: From Western Flyer to Rocinante in Steinbeck's Nonfiction."  In The Steinbeck Question: New Essays in Criticism. Edited by Donald R. Noble.  Troy, N.Y.: Whitston Publishing, 1993.  171‑82.

 

Philbrick, Nathaniel.  "At Sea in the Tide Pool: The Whaling Town and America in Steinbeck's The Winter of Our Discontent and Travels with Charley."  In Steinbeck and the Environment : Interdisciplinary Approaches.  Edited by Susan F. Beegel, Susan Shillinglaw, and Wesley N. Tiffney, Jr.; with a foreword by Elaine Steinbeck. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1997.  229‑42.

 

Strecker, Geralyn.  "Reading Steinbeck (Re)‑Reading America: Travels with Charley and America and Americans.  In After The Grapes of Wrath: Essays on John Steinbeck in Honor of Tetsumaro Hayashi.  Edited by Donald V. Coers, Paul D. Ruffin, and Robert J. DeMott.  Athens: Ohio University Press, 1995.   214‑27.

 

Simmonds, Roy S.  "'Our land...incredibly dear and beautiful': Steinbeck's America and Americans."  In Steinbeck's Travel Literature: Essays in Criticism.    Steinbeck Monograph Series no. 10.  ??Edited by Hayashi, Tetsumaro.  Muncie, Indiana:  Steinbeck Society of America, 1980.  21-27

 

Stoneback, H. R.  "'The Scars of our Grasping Stupidity."  In  Steinbeck and the Environment : Interdisciplinary Approaches.  Edited by Susan F. Beegel, Susan Shillinglaw, and Wesley N. Tiffney, Jr.; with a foreword by Elaine Steinbeck. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1997.  243-265.

 

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                                                     VIRGINIA WOOLF, FLUSH

 

Booth, Alison.  "The Scent of a Narrative: Rank Discourse in Flush and Written on the Body." Narrative 8.1 (2000): 3‑22.

 

Caughie, Pamela L.  "Flush and the Literary Canon: Oh Where Oh Where Has That Little Dog Gone?  Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature 10.1 (1991): 47‑66.

 

Booth, Alison.  "The Scent of a Narrative: Rank Discourse in Flush and Written on the Body." Narrative 8.1 (2000): 3‑22.

 

Eberly, David.  "Housebroken: The Domesticated Relations of Flush."  In Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts.  Selected Papers from Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf.  Edited by Beth Rigel Daugherty and Eileen Barrett.  New York: Pace UP. 1996.  21‑25.

 

Lewis, Thomas S. W.  "Combining 'the advantages of fact and fiction': Virginia Woolf's Biographies of Vita Sackville-West, Flush, and Roger Fry."  In Virginia Woolf: Centennial Essays.  Edited by Elaine K. Ginsberg and Laura Moss Gottlieb; introduced by Joanne Trautmann.  Troy, N.Y.: Whitston Publishing Co., 1983.  295-324.

 

Sau-ling Cynthia Yu.  "The Fable of Flush."  Virginia Woolf Miscellany 3 (1975): 7-8.

 

Szladits, Lola L.  " The Life, Character and Opinions of Flush the Spaniel."  Bulletin of the New York Public Library 74 (1970):  211‑18.

 

Vanita, Ruth.  " 'Love Unspeakable': The Uses of Allusion in Flush.  Virginia Woolf: Themes and Variations.  Selected Papers from 2nd Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, Southern Connecticut State Univ., New Haven, June 11‑14, 1992.  Edited by Vara Neverow‑Turk and Mark Hussey.  New York: Pace UP, 1993.  250‑57.

 

Wussow, Helen.  "Travesties of Excellence: Julia Margaret Cameron, Lytton Strachey, Virginia Woolf, and the Photographic Image."  In Virginia Woolf and the Arts: Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf.  Edited by Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins.  New York, NY: Pace UP. 1997.  48‑56.

 

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                                                                SHAKESPEARE

 

Dawson, Giles E.  "London's Bull-Baiting and Bear-Baiting Arena in 1562."  Shakespeare Quarterly 15.1 (1964): 97-101. [See especially pp. 98-99.]

 

Dickey, Stephen.  "Shakespeare's Mastiff Comedy."  Shakespeare Quarterly 42.3 (Autumn, 1991): 255-275. [Important for its opening discussion of bear- and bull-baiting.]

 

Tutt, Ralph M.   "Dog Imagery in The Two Gentlemen of Verona, King Lear, and Timon of Athens."  The Serif 1:3 (1964): 15‑22.

 

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                                               LITERATURE--MISCELLANEOUS

 

Heffernan, Carol Falvo.  "That Dog Again: Melancholia Canina and Chaucer's Book of the Duchess."  Modern Philology: A Journal Devoted to Research in Medieval and Modern Literature 84.2 (1986): 185‑190.

 

Hunt, Joel A.  "William Faulkner and Rabelais: The Dog Story."  Contemporary Literature  10 (1969):  383‑388.

 

Larkins, James E.  "Myth upon Myth: Five Animals of the Romancero gitano."  Hispania: A Journal Devoted to the Interests of the Teaching of Spanish and Portuguese  64.1 (March 1981):  14‑22.

 

Ayres‑Ricker, Brenda.  "Dogs in George Eliot's Adam Bede."  The George Eliot‑George Henry Lewes Newsletter 18-19 (1991):  22-30.

 

Adams, Maureen B.  "Emily Bronte and Dogs: Transformation within the Human‑Dog Bond." Society & Animals 8.2 (2000): 167‑181.

 

 

Revised 02/04/2006