Garland Riegel’s Bibliography

Bibliography from Riegel’s “The Cicada in Chinese Folklore

1. Ashton, Leigh and Basil Gray. 1945. Chinese Art. Faber and Faber, London, 366 pp.

2. Bachhofer, Ludwig. 1946. A Short History of Chinese Art. Pantheon Books, New York. 139 pp. + 129 pls.

3. Burling, Judith and Arthur Hart. 1953. Chinese Art. The Studio Publications, Inc., in association with Thomas Y. Crowell Co., New York. 384pp.

4. Cammann, Schuyler. 1953. Types of Symbols in Chinese Art. in Arthur F. Wright, ed., Studies in Chinese Thought. Univ. Chicago Press. pp 195-231 & pls. II-IX.

5. Cammann, Schuyler. 1960. Toggles and Toggle-Wearing. Southwestern J. Anthropol. 16:463-75.

6. Carter, Dagny. 1948. Four Thousand Years of Chinese Art. The Ronald Press Co., New York. XIX + 358 pp.

7. Carter, Dagny. 1957. The Symbol of the Beast. The Animal-Style Art of Eurasia. The Ronald Press Co., New York. XI + 204 pp.

8. Carter, Dagny. 1972. Chinese Magnificence. Five Thousand Years of Chinese Art. (Reprint of 1935 ed.) Greenwood Press, Westport, Conn. XI + 255 pp.

9. Chou, Io. 1980. A History of Chinese Entomology. Printed by Entomotaxonomia, Wugong, Shaanxi, China. VI + 215 pp. (In Chinese with English and Esperanto summeries.)

10. Clausen, Lucy W. 1954. Insect Fact and Folklore. The Macmillan Co., New York. XIV + 194 pp.

11. Covarrubias, Miguel. 1954. Mexico South. The Isthmus of Tehuantepec. Alfred A. Knopf, New York. XXVII + 435 +VIII pp.

12. Eberhard, Wolfram. 1970. Studies in Chinese Folklore and Related Essays. (Publ. by Indiana Univ. Res. Center for the Lang. Sciences, Bloomington) Mouton & Co., The Hague. IX + 329 pp.

13. Fontein, Jan and Tung Wu. 1973. Unearthing China’s Past. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 239pp.

14. Grousset, Rene. 1959. Chinese Art and Culture. (Trans. from French by Haakon Chevalier.) Grove Press, Ney York. XXII + 331 pp.

15. Hearn, Lafcadio. 1971. Shadowings. Charles E. Tuttle Co., Inc., Rutland and Tokyo. X + 268 pp. (First Ed. 1900 by Little, Browm & Co., Boston.)

16. Laufer, Berthold. 1974. Jade. A study in Chinese Archaeology and Religion. Dover Publs., New York. (First publ. in 1912 as Fieldiana: Anthropology, v. 10.) XIV + 370 pp. + 68 pls.

17. Munsterberg, Hugo. 1949. A Short History of Chinese Art. Mich. State Col. Press, East Lansing. (Philosophical Library, New York) XIV + 225 pp. + 50 pls.

18. Munsterberg, Hugo. 1972. The Art of China. Tuttle, Rutland and Tokyo. 234 pp.

19. Needham, Joseph. 1956. Science and Civilisation in China, vol. 2. History of Scientific Thought. Univ. Press, Cambridge. XIV + 697 pp.

20. Needham, Joseph, 1971. Science and Civilisation in China, vol. 4. Physics and Physical Technology. Univ. Press, Cambridge. LVII + 931 pp.

21. Needham, Joseph, 1976. Science and Civilisation in China, vol. 5. Chemistry and Chemical Technology. Univ. Press, Cambridge. XXXV + 481 pp.

22. O’Neill, John P. and Katherine Stoddert Gilbert, Eds. 1980. Treasures from the Bronze Age of China. An Exhibition from the People’s Republic of China. The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Ballantine Books), New York. 192 pp.

23. Silcock, Arnold. 1972. Introduction to Chinese Art and History. Greenwood Press, Westport, Conn. XVII + 258 pp.

24. Sir?n, Osvald. 1970. A History of Early Chinese Art: The Han Period. Reprinted by Hacker Books, New York. Vol. 2:XVI + 87 pp. + 120 pls.

25. Speiser, Werner. 1960. The Art of China. Spirit and Society. Crown Publications, New York. 257 pp.

26. Sullivan. Michael. 1967 (Rev. Ptg. 1970). A Short History of Chinese Art. Univ. Calif., Berkeley. 279 pp. + 72 pls.

27. Sullivan, Michael. 1977. The Arts of China, Rev. Ed. Univ. Calif. Press, Berkeley. 287 pp.

28. Thompson, Edward K,. Man. Ed. 1957. The World’s Great Religions. Time Inc., New York. VIII + 310 pp.

29. Visser, H.F.E. 1952. Asiatic Art in Private Collections of Holland and Belgium. Seven Arts Book Society, New York. 511 pp.