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Items new to the bibliography. For fuller details, and other items omitted from this listing see http://www.alchemy-bibliography.co.uk/newthismonth.shtml

Robert, Junr. Brown. Notes on a pictorial manual of alchemy belonging to Mr. Albert Hartshorne, F.S.A. Proc Soc Antiq 20 1905, 36-38.
Hartshorne, Albert. Notes on a pictorial manual of alchemy. Proc Soc Antiq 20 1905, 38-39.
Dee, John. A translation of Theorems 1-17 of John Dee’s Monas Hieroglyphica by Nancy Turner and Teresa Burnes [i.e. Burns]. J Western Mystery Tradition 2(13) Vernal Equinox 2007. [http://www.jwmt.org/v2n13/partial.html].
Burns, Teresa and J. Alan Moore.  The Hieroglyphic Monad of John Dee Theorems I-XVII: A guide to the outer mysteries. J Western Mystery Tradition 2(13) Vernal Equinox 2007. [http://www.jwmt.org/v2n13/sign.html].
Szönyi, György Endre. Ficino's Talismanic Magic and John Dee's Hieroglyphic Monad. Cauda Pavonis 20(1) 2001, 1-11.
Duchesne, Pierre. Photographic alchemical panorama of the chronological phases of the Great Work 1972-1973. Marseille: Hélios-Adam 48p.
Corregio, Giovanni Mercurio da. An Hermetic plague-tract by Johannes Mercurius Corrigiensis. Part I: text and translation; by W.B. McDaniel. Trans Studs Coll Phys Philadelphia [4] 9 1941, 96-111.
 Palacios, M. Asin. Notes to R. Steele's edition of Rasis de aluminibus et salibus (Isis, 12, 10-46). Isis 13 1929-30, 358-359.
Steele, Robert Reynolds. Practical chemistry in the 12th century:. Isis 12 1929, 10-46.
Obrist, Barbara. Alchemy and secret in the Latin Middle Ages. In: D'un principe philosophique à un genre littéraire: Les secrets, ed. D. de Courcelles (Paris: . , 2005), 57-78.
Couch, Jonathan. Recent practice of alchemy. Roy Inst Cornwall 2, 350-351.
O'Kelly, Helen Watanabe-. Court culture in Dresden from Renaissance to Baroque. Houndmills: Palgrave, 2002.
Szönyi, György Endre. Scientific and magical humanism at the court of Rudolf II. In: Rudolf II and Prague. The Imperial court and residential city as the cultural and spiritual heart of Central Europe (London: Thames & Hudson, 1997), 223-230.
Prinke, Rafal T. The twelfth adept. In: The Rosicrucian enlightenment revisited, ed. Ralph White (Hudson: Lindisfarne, 1999), 141-192.
Hanegraaff, Wouter J. Correggio, Giovanni da. In: Dictionary of gnosis and Western esotericism, eds. Wouter J. Hanegraaff, Antoine Faivre, Roelof van den Broek and Jean-Pierre Brach (Leiden: Brill, 2005),.
McDanel, W.B. An Hermetic plague-tract by Johannes Mercurius Corrigiensis. Part II: bio-bibliography. Trans Studs Coll Phys Philadelphia [4] 9 1942, 217-225.
Hanegraaff, Wouter J. and Ruud M. Bouthoorn. Lodovico Lazzarelli (1447-1500): the Hermetic writings and related documents. Tempe (AZ): Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2005.
Dechar, Lorie. Five spirits: The alchemical mystery at the heart of traditional Chinese medicine. Lantern Books, 2005. 424p. ISBN: 9781590560921.
Versluis, Arthur. The esoteric origins of the American Renaissance. OUP, 2001. 234p. ISBN: 9780195138870.
Churton, Tobias. The golden builders: alchemists, Rosicucians, and the first Freemasons. New York: Barnes & Noble, 2006. xiv, 250p. Bibiography, index. Reprint of Lichfield: Signal Publishing, 2002
Stuart, P.G. Maxwell-. The chemical choir: a history of alchemy. Hambledon Continuum, 2008. 224p. ISBN: 9781847251480.
Stockhammer, Robert. Rosicrucian radioactivity: alchemy around 1900. In: The Golden Egg: alchemy in art and literature, eds. Alexandra Lembert and Elmar Schenke (Glienicke (Berlin), Cambridge (MA): Galda + Wilch, 2002), 133-147.
Torres, Marcos Martinón- and Thilo Rehren. Alchemy, chemistry and metallurgy in Renaissance Europe: a wider context for fire assay remains. Hist Metall 39(1) 2005, 14-31.
Dubuis, Cecile. Libraries and the occult.  MA thesis. London: University College, London, 2004, iv, 87, v-vi p. http://www.morbidfrog.co.uk/01_diss1.html
Mongiatti, A. [Unknown title]. PhD thesis. London: Univ College, London, forthcoming.
Mongiatti, A., Marcos Martinón- Torres and Thilo Rehren. Testing ores for gold and silver in Renaissance Austria: new technologies, new discoveries. In: Proc. 36th Int. Symp. Archaeometry, Quebec, 2006. , forthcoming),.
Rehren, Thilo. Alchemy and fire assay - an analytical approach. Hist Metall 30(2) 1996, 136-142.
Torres, Marcos Martinón-. Chymistry and crucibles in the Renaissance laboratory: an archaeometric and historical study.  PhD thesis. Univ of London, 2005.
Reid, John. Alchemy in the 21st century: plant preparations for body and soul; Julia Griffin with John Reid. Ma'at Mag May 2008.
Roos, Anna Marie. The salt of the earth : natural philosophy, medicine, and chymistry in England, 1650- 1750. Leiden: Brill, 2007. xvi, 293p. ISBN: 978-90-04-16176-4.
Boholm, Åsa. How to make a stone give birth to itself: reproduction and auto-reproduction in medieval and Renaissance alchemy. In: Coming into existence: birth and metaphors of birth, ed. Göran Aijmer (Gothenburg: Univ of Gothenburg. Inst for Advanced Studies in Social Anthropology, 1992), 115-153.
Long, Kathleen Perry. Hermaphrodites in Renaissance Europe. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006. 268p. ISBN: 0754656098.
Krosigk, Dedo von Kerssenbrock-. Glass of the alchemists: lead crystal - gold ruby, 1650-1750. Corning Museum of Glass, 2008. 358p.
Moran, Bruce Thomas. Axioms, essences, and mostly clean hands: Preparing to teach chemistry with Libavius and Aristotle. J Sci Educ 15(2-4) Mar 2006, 173-187.
Haidar, Mansura. Medical works of the medieval period from India and Central Asia. Diogenes 55(2) 2008, 27-43.
Ball, Philip. Bright earth: art and the invention of color. Penguin, 2001.
Ball, Philip. Bright earth: art and the invention of color. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2002. ix, 382p. Includes bibliographical references (p. [339]-360) and index. ISBN: 0374116792.
Ball, Philip. Bright earth: art and the invention of color. Chicago (IL): Univ of Chicago P, 2003. ix, 382p. Includes bibliographical references (p. 355-360) and index. ISBN: 0226036286.
Archdeacon, Anthony Robert. 'Things which are not': ideas of 'nothing' in renaissance literary and philosophical discourse. PhD thesis. Univ of Southampton, 1997.
Magee, Glenn Alexander. Hegel and the Hermetic tradition. PhD thesis. Emory Univ, 1998, 790p. DA number: AAD98-30166.
Hirst, Julie. Jane Leade: biography of a seventeenth-century mystic. Ashgate, 2005. 172p. ISBN: 978-0-7546-5127-7.
Williams, George Huntston. The radical Reformation. 3rd ed. Kirksville (MO): Sixteenth Century Journal Publ, 1992. xlvi, 1516p. ISBN: 0940474158.
Hinton, Geoffrey. Max Ernst Les hommes n'en sauront rien. Burlington Mag 117 1975, 292-299.
Legge, Elizabeth. Max Ernst: the psychoanalytic sources. Ann Arbor (MI): UMI Research P, 1989.
Warlick, M.E. An itinerant alchemist: Max Ernst in Europe and America. In: The Golden Egg: alchemy in art and literature, eds. Alexandra Lembert and Elmar Schenke (Glienicke (Berlin), Cambridge (MA): Galda + Wilch, 2002), 165-181.
Odgers, Jo. Medicine, alchemy and architecture at Bath: a study of Paracelsian emblematics in the work of John Wood. In: Spas in Britain and in France in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, eds. Annick Cossic and Patrick Galliou (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2006), 47-68.
Hyman, James. Anselm Kiefer's recent work - 1997. Tate Mag Jan 1997. [http://www.jameshymangallery.com/pages/archive/information/36.html].
Bergman, Madeleine. Hieronymus Bosch and alchemy: a study on the St Anthony Triptych. Stockholm: Univ of Stockholm, 1979.
O'Kelly, Helen Watanabe-. Saxony, alchemy and Dr Faustus. In: The Golden Egg: alchemy in art and literature, eds. Alexandra Lembert and Elmar Schenke (Glienicke (Berlin), Cambridge (MA): Galda + Wilch, 2002), 31-41.
Schaffeld, Norbert. Shakespeare's Canadian sister: the emergence of a female playwright in Ann-Marie MacDonald's comedy Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet). Literaturwiss Jahrb 42 2001, 285-301.
Schaffeld, Norbert. "a wondrous feat of alchemy": a post-Jungian reading of Ann-Marie MacDonald's play Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet). In: The Golden Egg: alchemy in art and literature, eds. Alexandra Lembert and Elmar Schenke (Glienicke (Berlin), Cambridge (MA): Galda + Wilch, 2002), 115-131.
Schenkel, Elmar. Exploring unity in contradiction: the return of alchemy in contemporary British writing. In: Unity in diversity revisited? British literature and culture in the 1990s, eds. Barbara Korte and Klaus Peter Müller (Tübingen: Narr, 1998), 211-223.
O'Connell, Brendan. "Ignotum per ignocius" : alchemy, analogy and poetics in fragment VIII of The Canterbury tales. In: Transmission and transformation in the Middle Ages : texts and contexts, eds. Kathy Cawsey and Jason Harris (Dublin: Four Courts, 2007), 131-156.
Sugg, Richard P. Ted Hughes, Silvia Plath, and birthday letters: alchemical symbols of transformation. South Atlantic Rev 72(4) 2007, 109-127.
Schlun, Betsy. William Godwin's St Leon and the fatal legacy of alchemy. In: The Golden Egg: alchemy in art and literature, eds. Alexandra Lembert and Elmar Schenke (Glienicke (Berlin), Cambridge (MA): Galda + Wilch, 2002), 43-59.
Stewart, C. Nelson. Bulwer Lytton as occultist. London: Theosophical Publ House, 1927. vi, 66p.
Ashenden, Gavin Roy Pelham. Charles Williams: alchemy and integration. Kent State Univ P, 2006. 275p. ISBN: 9780873387811.
Ashenden, Gavin Roy Pelham. The influence of hermeticism on myth and metaphysics in the life and work of Charles Williams (1886-1945). Sussex Univ, 1999.
Schenkel, Elmar. H.G. Wells: alchemy and information. In: The Golden Egg: alchemy in art and literature, eds. Alexandra Lembert and Elmar Schenke (Glienicke (Berlin), Cambridge (MA): Galda + Wilch, 2002), 149-164.
Hegerfeldt, Anne and Dirk Vanderbeke. The terrestrial humours of an all-shemical son: alchemy and the linguistic transformations of Finnegans Wake. In: The Golden Egg: alchemy in art and literature, eds. Alexandra Lembert and Elmar Schenke (Glienicke (Berlin), Cambridge (MA): Galda + Wilch, 2002), 61-79.
Newman, Robert D. Transformation conjunctionis: alchemy in Ulysses. In: James Joyce's Ulysses: the larger pespective, eds. Robert D. Newman and Weldon Thornton (Newark (DE): Univ of Delaware P, 1987), 168-186.
Jaén, Susana Onega. English music and The House of Dr Dee. In: Metafiction and myth in the novels of Peter Ackroyd (Columbia (SC): Camden House, 1999), 93-132.
Sikorska, Liliana. Alchemy as writing - alchemy and writing: a study of Lindsay Clarke's The Chymical Wedding. In: The Golden Egg: alchemy in art and literature, eds. Alexandra Lembert and Elmar Schenke (Glienicke (Berlin), Cambridge (MA): Galda + Wilch, 2002), 81-100.
Gebelein, Helmut. Alchemy and chemistry in the work of Goethe: lecture with experiments. In: The Golden Egg: alchemy in art and literature, eds. Alexandra Lembert and Elmar Schenke (Glienicke (Berlin), Cambridge (MA): Galda + Wilch, 2002), 9-29.
Apuzzo, Jason Alexander. The end of the millennium: Thomas Mann and the last romantic generation. PhD thesis. Stanford Univ, 1998, 217p. DA number: AAD99-01453.
Valentine, Sheri Wolfe. Between love and death: prismatic images in "Les Prisons" of Marguerite de Navarre. PhD thesis. Univ of Kansas, 1996, 204p. DA number: AAD99-03076.
Riedel, Finn. Stuntmen of eternity - Chinese alchemists and literature. In: The Golden Egg: alchemy in art and literature, eds. Alexandra Lembert and Elmar Schenke (Glienicke (Berlin), Cambridge (MA): Galda + Wilch, 2002), 199-222.
Jaén, Susana Onega. Peter Ackroyd. Plymouth: Northwood House Publ, 1998.
 


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