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Junker, Patricia, Winslow Homer in the 1890's: Prout's Neck Observed, ex. cat., Washington: Museum of American Art, 1991
Raban, Jonathan, ed., The Oxford Book of the Sea, Oxford Un. Press, 1991?
Robertson, Bruce, Reckoning with Winslow Homer: His Late Paintings and Their Influence, Washington: Corcoran Gallery, 1991
Seelye, John, Beautiful Machine: Rivers and the Republican Plan, 1775-1825, Oxford 1991?, [vol. 2 of larger series on American rivers]

Robert Baldwin, A Bibliography of the Sea, Shipwreck, and Water in Western Literature and Art

Published: Bulletin of Bibliography, 48, 3, 1991, 153-170 [750 entries]

As nature's once untainted refuge from urban development, industry, and congestion, as a site for spiritual journeys, catastrophes, and self-discovery, as a metaphor for birth, death, transcendence, renewal, metamorphosis, artistic creation, time, and indeterminancy, the sea and water have always been important themes in Western culture. While numerous works on the sea exist in a variety of disciplines, interdisciplinary studies are the exception rather than the rule. In the hopes of promoting a more synthetic, broad-ranging scholarship, I have assembled this bibliography of secondary studies of sea and water themes (including rivers, waterfalls, lakes, shipwreck, storm, and rain) in Western literature, religion, folklore, art, and music. Maritime history has generally been excluded since bibliographies of that material already exist. (See Benjamin Larabee. A Supplement: Naval and Maritime History. An Annotated Bibliography. 4th ed., Mystic: Mystic Seaport Museum, 1988.) References are listed under four headings: "General", "Ancient-Medieval", "Early Modern", and "Modern" with a few non-Western items under "General".

GENERAL
Albizu, Edgardo. "Las dimensiones poéticas del mar y la idea del tiempo." Annalecta Husserliana 19 (1985): 203-212.

Anderson, Romola and R. C. Anderson. The Sailing Ship: Six Thousand Years of History. rev. ed., New York: Norton, 1963.

Asals, Heather. "The Voices of Silence and Underwater Experience." Annalecta Husserliana 19 (1985): 299-307.

Beck, Horace. Folklore and the Sea. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, 1973.

Behrman, Cynthia. Victorian Myths of the Sea. Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press, 1977.

Blume, Bernhard. "Lebendiges Quell und Flut des Todes. Ein Beitrag zu einer Literaturgeschichte des Wassers." Arcadia 1 (1966): 18-30.

Blumenberg, Hans. Schiffbruch mit Zuschauer. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1979.

Borea, Evelina. (ed.) Tevere, un'antica via per il mediterraneo. Rome: Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato, 1986 [imagery and myths of Tiber river].

Bourke, John. The Sea as a Symbol in English Poetry. Eton: Alden and Blackwell, 1954.

Bullock, Amy. "The Sea in Anglo-Saxon Poetry." Thesis, Boston University, 1909.

Carlson, Patricia Ann. (ed.), Literature and Lore of the Sea. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1986.

Clavreuil, Gérard. "Les mots du fleuve." Notre Librairie 92-93 (1988): 26-29 [Congolese literature].

Crowther, N. B. "Water and Wine as Symbols of Inspiration." Mnemosyne 32 (1979): 1-11.

Curtius, Ernst Robert. European Literature and the Latin Middle Ages. New York: Pantheon Books Inc., 1953, 130 [marine embarkation as a metaphor for beginning a poem].

Dai, Liuling. "On Water Figures in Western and Chinese Literary Judgement." Waiguoyu 6 (1986): 1-5.

Darrow, William. "Keeping the Waters Dry: The Semiotics of Fire and Water in the Zoroastrian Yasna." Journal of the American Academy of Religion 56 (1988): 417-442.

De Rachewiltz, Siegfried Walter. De sirenibus: An Inquiry into Sirens from Homer to Shakespeare. Ann Arbor: UMI Press, 1989.

Eckhart, Schäfer. "Das Staatsschiff. Zur Präzision eines Topos." In Peter Jehn (ed.), Toposforschung. Frankfurt: Athenäum, 1972, 259-292.

Foster, Jerry. "Varieties of Sea Lore." Western Folklore 28 (1969): 260-266.

Foulke, Robert. "The Literature of Voyaging." In Patricia Ann Carlson (ed.), Literature and Lore of the Sea. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1986, 1-13.

Frye, Northrop. Anatomy of Criticism. New York: Atheneum, 1966, 141-158.

Groot, Irene de, and Robert Vorstman. Sailing Ships: Prints by Dutch Masters from the Sixteenth to the Nineteenth Century. New York and Maarssen: Uitgeverij G. Schwartz, 1980.

Gruenter, Reiner. "Das Schiff: Ein Beitrag zur historischen Metaphorik." In Tradition und Ursprunglichkeit: Akten des III. Internationalen Germanistenkongresses 1965 in Amsterdam. Bern: 1966, 86-101.

Heimpel, W. "The Natural History of the Tigris According to the Sumerian Literary Composition Lugal." Journal of Near Eastern Studies 46 (1987): 309-317.

Huntress, Keith. Narratives of Shipwrecks and Disasters, 1586-1860. Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University Press, 1974.

Kurihara, Keisuke. "A Study of the 'Fountainheads and Rivers' and Mysticism in Ancient China." Bulletin of the Daito Bunka University 22 (1984): 19-33 [in Japanese].

Li, You-zheng. "A Contrast Between the Sea and the Mountains: A Comparative Study of Occidental and Chinese Poetic Symbolism." Annalecta Husserliana 19 (1985): 309-322.

Lubbock, Basil. Adventures by Sea from Art of Old Time. London: The Studio, 1925.

McCroskery, Margaret S. "Tristan and the Dionysian Sea: Passion and the Herative Sea Motif in the Legends of Tristan and Isolde." Midwest Quarterly 13 (1972): 409-422.

Mimamsak, Yudhisthira. "Rain symbolism in Soma-Yaga." Brahmavidya, The Adyar Library Bulletin 50 (1986): 540-560. [in Hindi]

Morton, Lena. The Influence of the Sea Upon English Poetry. New York: Revisionist Press, 1976.

Ormiston, Gayle L. "Already Not-Yet: Shoreline Fiction Metaphase." Analecta Husserliana 19 (1985): 343-351.

Osborn, Michael. "The Evolution of the Archetypal Sea in Rhetoric and Poetic." Quarterly Journal of Speech 63 (1977): 347-363.

Pereira, Theodore. "Water Symbolism in the Religious Life of Men." Journal of Dharma 9 (1984): 132-141.

Quaritsch, H. "Das Schiff als Gleichnis." In Recht über See. Festschrift für Rolf Stödter. Hamburg, 1979, 251-286.

Rudat, Wolfgang and Patricia Lee Younger. "From Chaucer to Whitman and Eliot: Cosmic Union and the Classical/ Christian Tradition." Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Geistesgeschichte 55 (1981): 19-43 [storm].

Scheurleer, D. F. ed. Onze Mannen ter zee in dicht en beeld. 3 vols., The Hague: M. Nijhoff, 1912-1914.

Schneider, Lawrence A. A Madman of Ch'u. The Chinese Myth of Loyalty and Dissent, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1980, 135-151. [suicide by drowning]

Spectorsky, A. C. The Book of the Sea. New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1954.

Tabbaa, Y. "Towards an Interpretation of the Use of Water in Islamic Courtyards and Courtyard Gardens." Journal of Garden History 7 (1987): 197-220.

Teson, Néstor Eduardo. "El mistico significado del mar (en el lenguaje poético)." Annalecta Husserliana 19 (1985): 85-98.

Timm, Werner. Schiffe und ihre Schicksale: Maritime Ereignisbilder. Bielefeld: Delius, 1976.

Treneer, Anne. The Sea in English Literature from Beowulf to Donne. Liverpool: University Press of Liverpool, 1926.

Weber, U. "Schiff." In Lexikon der christliche Ikonographie. IV. Freiburg, 1974, cols. 61-67.

Wessing, R. "Spirits of the Earth and Spirits of the Sea: Chthonic Forces in the Mountains of East Java." Asian Folklore Studies 47 (1988): 43-61.

Wolpers, Theodor. "Flüss und Flusslandschaften in der englischen Dichtung von der Renaissance bis zur Romantik." In Theodor Wolpers (ed.), Motive und Themen romantischer Naturdichtung. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1984, 68-189.
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ANCIENT-MEDIEVAL
Allison, Dale. "The Living Water (John 4:10-14, 6:35c, 7:37-39)." Saint Vladimir's Theological Quarterly 30 (1986): 143-157.

Andberg, Bjarne. "Le paysage marin dans la crypte de la cathedrale d'Anagni." Acta ad Archaeologiam et Artium Historiam Pertinentia 2 (1965): 195-202.

Anderson, O. S. "The Seafarer: An Interpretation." Kungliga Humanistiska Vetenskapssamfundets i Lund Arsberättelse (1937-38): 1-49.

Azevedo Filho, Leodegario A. de. "A Narrativa simbolica na lirica de Pero Meogo." Coloquio 80 (1984): 49-55.

Ball, Mary. Nature and the Vocabulary of Nature in the Works of Saint Cyprian. Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 1946.

Barker, Adele. "Sea and Steppe Imagery in Old English and Old Russian Epic." Thesis, New York University, 1976.

Barker, David. "The Waters of the Earth: An Exegetical Study of Psalm 104: 1-9." Grace Theological Journal 7 (1986): 57-80.

Batany, Jean. "Un 'Estat' trop peu 'estable': Navigation maritime et peur de l'eau." In L'Eau au moyen âge. Aix-en-Provence: Pubs. du Cuerma, 1985, 23-42.

Battesti-Pelegrin, Jeanne. "Eaux douces, eaux amères dans la lyrique hispanique médiévale traditionelle." In L'Eau au moyen âge. Aix-en-Provence: Pubs. du Cuerma, 1985, 43-60.

Bellon, Roger. "L'Eau dans le Roman de Renart." In L'Eau au moyen âge. Aix-en-Provence: Pubs. du Cuerma, 1985, 61-78.

Bengt, Alexanderson. "Homeric Formulas for Ships." Eranos 68 (1970): 1-46.

Biggs, F. M. "The End of the Sea: The Old English Exodus, Lines 466b-7a." Notes and Queries 32 (Sept. 1985): 290-291.

Bigham, Steven. "Death and Orthodox Iconography." Saint Vladimir Journal 29 (1985): 325-341 [funeral ship].

Brandenburg, Hugo. "Meerwesensarkophage und Clipeusmotiv." Jahrbuch des Deutschen Archaeologischen Institutes 82 (1967): 195-245.

Breeze, Andrew. "Bepai'r ddaear yn bapir." Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 30 (1983): 274-277 [on medieval metaphor of earth as paper, ocean as ink].

Brown, Alan. "Bede, a Hisperic Etymology, and Early Sea Poetry." Mediaeval Studies 37 (1975): 419-432.

Buti, GianGabriella. "Itinerari antichi nella evocazione della nave." Istituto Universitario Orientale. Annali. Filologia germanica 25 (1982): 101-123.

Carolus-Barre, Louis. "'Aventure de mer' et naufrages en Méditerranée au mileu du XIIIe siècle." Comptes-rendus de l'academie des inscriptions et belles lettres (1974): 612-626.

Cassard, Jean-Christophe. "Les saints bretons et la mer." Mémoires de la société d'histoire et d'archéologie de Bretagne 64 (1987): 5-17.

Castellani, Marie-Madeleine. "L'Eau dans 'La Manekine' de Philippe de Beaumanoir." In L'Eau au moyen âge. Aix-en-Provence: Pubs. du Cuerma, 1985, 79-90.

Chantreau, Alain. "La mer dans la légende de 'Tristan et Iseult'." Mémoires de la société d'histoire et d'archéologie de Bretagne 64 (1987): 19-27.

Chatel, Elizabeth. "Les scènes marines dans les fresques de Saint-Chef: essai d'interpretation." Synthronon: art et archéologie de la fin de l'antiquité et du moyen age (1968): 177-187.

Colliot, Régine. "L'Eau, élément du tragique: Textes du XIIIe siècle (geste du 'Doon de Mayence', 'Gui de Warewick') au XV siècle et documents iconographiques." In L'Eau au moyen âge. Aix-en-Provence: Pubs. du Cuerma, 1985, 91-110.

Combarieu du Gres, Micheline de. "L'Eau et l'aventure dans le cycle du Lancelot-Graäl." In L'Eau au moyen âge. Aix-en-Provence: Pubs. du Cuerma, 1985, 111-147.

Crabbe, A. M. "Ignoscenda quidem - Catullus 64 and the Fourth Georgic." Classical Quarterly 27 (1977): 342-351.

Cross, J. E. "Ubi Sunt Passages in Old English - Sources and Relationships." Arsbok (1956): 23-44.

Dahlberg, Charles. "'The Seafarer': The Weir-Metaphor and Benedictine Silence." Mediaevalia 6 (1980): 11-35.

Daniélou, Jean. Primitive Christian Symbols. London: Burnes & Oates, 1964, ch. 4.

De Lope, Monique. "Le Gué et l'aqueduc: L'Eau et les discours du passage dans le 'Libro de buen amor'." In L'Eau au moyen âge. Aix-en-Provence: Pubs. du Cuerma, 1985, 247-258.

Detienne, M. "Le navire d'Athéna." Revue de l'histoire des religions 178 (1970): 133-177.

Dufeil, Michel-Marie. "Simple note sur l'eau chez saint Thomas." In L'Eau au moyen âge. Aix-en-Provence: Pubs. du Cuerma, 1985, 149-155.

Dufournet, Jean. "A la recherche de Rutebeuf: Un Sobriquet ambigu: Rutebeuf et la poésie de l'eau." In Mélanges de langue et littérature françaises du moyen age et de la renaissance offerts à Monsieur Charles Foulon. Rennes, 1980, 105-114.

Dumeige, G. Dictionnaire de spiritualité. 22-23, Paris, 1956, cols. 1330ff.

Dunno, D. J. "Moral Hydrography: Dante's Rivers." Modern Language Notes 92 (1977): 130-139.

Ehrismann, G. "Religionsgeschichtliche Beiträge zur germanischen Frühchristentum II: Das Gedicht vom Seefahrer." Beiträge zur Geschichte der deutschen Sprache und Literatur 35 (1909): 213-218.

Ewe, Herbert. "Schiffe auf Siegeln und Karten in kulturgeschichtlicher Sicht." Studia Maritima 1 (1978): 39-49.

Fitz, Brewster. "The Storm Episode and the Weasel Episode: Sacrificial Casuistry in Marie de France's 'Eliduc'." Modern Language Notes 89 (1974): 542-549.

Foley, John Miles. "'Riddle I' of the Exeter Book: The Apocalyptic Storm." Neophilologische Mitteilungen 77 (1976): 347-357.

Follis, Elaine. "Songs of the Sea. The Sea in the Poetry of Israel, Ugarit, Greece, and Rome." Thesis, Boston University, 1976.

Franklin, James Clair. "Love and Transition: Water and the Imagery of Liquids in the Work of Mechthild von Madgeburg." Thesis, Case Western Reserve University, 1972.

Galley, Claude. "L'Eau dans 'Aigar et Maurin' et dans 'Girart de Roussilon'." In L'Eau au moyen âge. Aix-en-Provence: Pubs. du Cuerma, 1985, 157-169.

Goldammer, Kurt. "Navis Ecclesiae: Eine unbekannte altchristliche Darstellung der Schiffsallegorie." Zeitschrift für neutestamentliche Wissenschaft 40 (1941): 76-86.

Greene, William. "The Sea in the Greek Poets." North American Review 199 (1914) 427-443.

Griffin, Jasper. Latin Poets and Roman Life. London: Duckworth, 1985, ch. 5 ("The Pleasures of Water and Nakedness").

Grigsby, Bruce. "If any man thirsts": Observations on the Rabbinic Background of John 7: 37-39." Biblica 67 (1986): 101-108.

Haight, Elizabeth. "The Sea in Greek Poetry." Thesis, Cornell University, 1909.

Harf-Lancer, Laurence. "L'eau magique et la femme-fée: Le Mythe fondateur du 'Tristan' en prose." In L'Eau au moyen âge. Aix-en-Provence: Pubs. du Cuerma, 1985, 201-212.

Heffernan, C. "Wells and Streams in Three Chaucerian Gardens, Papers on Language and Literature 15 (1979): 339-356.

Higley, Sarah Lynn. "Storm and Mind in Anglo-Saxon Poetry: A Hard Lesson." In Geardagum 9 (1988): 23-39.

Hilgert, Earle. The Ship and Related Symbols in the New Testament. Assen: Royal Vangorcum, 1962.

Hodnett, M. P. "The Sea in Roman Poetry." Classical Journal 15 (1919-20): 67-82.

Holman, Mary John. Nature Imagery in the Works of Augustine. Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 1931.

Holton, Frederick. "Old English Sea Imagery and the Interpretation of 'The Seafarer'." Yearbook of English Studies 12 (1982): 208-217.

Huber, Horst Wolfram. "Between Land and Sea: The End of the Southern Sung." Annalecta Husserliana 19 (1985): 101-128.

Hué, Denis. "Dérives et grenouillages: L'Eau et la politique à la fin du moyen âge." In L'Eau au moyen âge. Aix-en-Provence: Pubs. du Cuerma, 1985, 213-232.

Kadic, Ante. "Marculic Davidias and His Use of Similes." Journal of Croatian Studies 27 (1986): 58-72.

Kahlmeyer, Johannes. Seesturm und Schiffbruch als Bild im antiken Schrifttum. Greifswald, 1934.

Kapferer, Anne-Dominique. "Entre le mythe et la constrainte: L'Eau dans un moyen âge picard et boulonnais." In L'Eau au moyen âge. Aix-en-Provence: Pubs. du Cuerma, 1985, 239-250.

Kelly, Henry Ansgar. The Devil at Baptism. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1985.

Kerdelhue, Alain. "Les Métamorphoses de l'eau dans trois versions de la 'Naissance du chevalier au cygne'". In Danielle Buschinger and André Crépin (eds.), Les Quatre Eléments dans la culture médiévale. Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1983, 127-140.

Koehl, R. B. "A Marinescape Floor from the Palace at Knossos." American Journal of Archaeology 90 (1986): 407-417.

Kolve, V. A. Chaucer and the Imagery of Narrative. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1984, 297-358.

Lansing, Richard H. "Two Similes in Dante's 'Commedia': The Shipwrecked Swimmer and Elijah's Ascent." Romance Philology 28 (1974): 161-167.

Larmat, Jean. "L'Eau dans la 'Navigation de saint Brandan de Benedeit'." In L'Eau au moyen âge. Aix-en-Provence: Pubs. du Cuerma, 1985, 233-246.

Lemaire, Jacques. "Les Motifs de l'eau et du feu chez trois trouvères du XIIIe siècle." In Danielle Buschinger and André Crépin (eds.), Les Quatre Eléments dans la culture médiévale. Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1983, 171-183.

Lorenz, Bernd. "Apuntes para la imagen del mar en las 'Confesiones' de san Augustin." Augustinus 31 (1986): 179-184.

Magennis, Hugh. "Water-Wine Miracles in Anglo-Saxon Saints' Lives." English Language Notes 23 (1986): 7-9.

Maguire, Henry. Earth and Ocean: The Terrestrial in Early Byzantine Art. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1987.

Mann, Betty Tucker. "Water Imagery and the Baptism Motif in 'Beowulf'." Thesis, North Texas State University, 1977.

Moorton, Richard. "Euripides Andromeda in Aristophanes Frogs." American Journal of Philology 108 (1987): 434-436. [sea imagery]

Morford, M. P. O. The Poet Lucan: Studies in Rhetorical Epic. New York: Barnes and Nobles, 1967, 20-58.

Murphy, Mable. Nature Allusions in the Work of Clement of Alexandria. Washington: Catholic University of America Press, 1941.

Ninck, Martin. "Die Bedeutung des Wassers im Kult und Leben der Alten." Philologus, Supplementband 14 (1921): 1-190.

Okken, Lambertus. "Schiffe und Häfen in drei Episoden von Gottfrieds Tristan-Roman." In William McDonald (ed.), Spectrum Medii Aevi: Essays in Early German Literature in Honor of George Fenwick Jones. Göppingen: Kummerle, 1983, 429-444.

Olsen, Alexandra Hennessey. "Literary Artistry and the Oral-Formulaic Tradition: The Case of Gower's 'Apollonius of Tyre'." In John Miles Foley (ed.), Comparative Research on Oral Traditions. Columbus: Slavica, 1987, 493-509.

Oshitari, Kinshiro. "The Sea in 'Beowulf'." Studies in English Literature (1973): 3-18.

Otis, Brooks. Virgil: A Study in Civilized Poetry. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1963, 226-335.

Owst, G. R. Literature and Pulpit in Medieval England. London, 2nd ed.: Basil Blackwell, 1961, 67-76 (& index).

Paeseler, Wilhelm. "Giottos Navicella und ihr spätantikes Vorbild." Römisches Jahrbuch für Kunstgeschichte 5 (1941): 49-162.

Palmer, Roy. The Oxford Book of Sea Songs. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1986.

Pastre, Jean-Marc. "Typologie mariale et symbolisme de l'eau dans la lyrique allemande au moyen âge." In L'Eau au moyen âge. Aix-en-Provence: Pubs. du Cuerma, 1985, 275-289.

Patch, Howard R. The Goddess Fortuna in Medieval Literature. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1927 (index: "sea").

Pelling, C. B. R. "Puppes sinistrorsum citae." Classical Quarterly 36 (1986): 177-181 [ship].

Pöschl, Viktor. The Art of Virgil. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1970, 24-37.

Praeder, S. M. "Acts 27: 1-28: 16. Sea Voyages in Ancient Literature and the Theology of Luke-Acts." Catholic Biblical Quarterly 46 (1984): 683-706.

Propp, William. "Water in the Wilderness: The Mythological Background of a Biblical Motif." Thesis, Harvard University, 1985.

Race, William. "Pindar's Best is Water: Best of What?." Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies 22 (1981): 119-124.

Raether, Martin. "Dante's Ulixes Figura Poetae: Eine typologische Interpretation von Inferno 26 als Poetik der 'Divine Commedia'." Poetica 13 (1981): 280-308.

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Rahner, Hugo. Greek Myths and Christian Mystery, London: Burns and Oates, 1963, 328-386 [Odysseus and the sirens]

Ramras-Rauch, Gila. "The Response of Biblical Man to the Challenge of the Sea". Annalecta Husserliana 19 (1985): 139-148.

Ringger, Kurt. "Perceval et les rêveries de l'eau." Corps Ecrit 16 (1985): 57-64.

Robertson, Noel. "Poseidon's Festival at the Winter Solstice." Classical Quarterly 34 (1984): 1-16.

Rondet, Henri. "Le symbolism de la mer chez saint Augustin." Augustinus Magister: Etudes Augustiniennes. Paris, 1954, 691-791.

Ross, D. A. "Blood in the Sea: An Episode in 'Jourdain de Blaivies'." Modern Language Review 66 (1971): 532-541 [pure sea rejects impure voyager].

Sadler, Frank. "Storm Imagery in 'Troilus and Criseyde'." West Georgia College Review 10 (1978): 13-18.

Saint Denis, Eugène de. Le Rôle de la mer dans la poésie latine. Paris: Klincksieck, 1935.

Schachermeyr, F. Poseidon und die Entstehung des griechischen Götterglaubens. Salzburg: Verlag Das Bergland-Buch, 1950.

Schönbäck, Bengt. "The Custom of Burial in Boats." In J. P. Lamm and H. -A. Nordström (eds.), Vendel Period Studies: Transactions of the Boat-Grave Symposium in Stockholm. Stockholm: Statens Historiska Museum, 1983, 123-132.

Schwab, Eckard. "Das Dürremotiv in I Regnum 17:8-16." Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 99 (1987): 329-339 [rain]

Schwab, Ute. "Eva reicht den Todesbecher: Zur Trinkmetaphorik in altenglischen Darstellungen des Sündenfalles." Atti dell'Accademia Peloritana 51 (1974): 7-108.

Scodel, R. S. and R. F. Thomas. "Virgil and the Euphrates." American Journal of Philology 105 (1984): 339; discussion 109 (1988): 309-320.

Shelton, James. "The Storm Scene in Valerius Flaccus." Classical Journal 70 (1974-5): 14-22.

Sichterman, H. "Deutung und Interpretation der Meerwesensarkophage." Jahrbuch des Deutschen Archaeologischen Institutes 85 (1970): 224-238.

Simmonds, Paula. "Nautical Terms in the Brussels Glossary." In John Scattergood (ed.), Literature and Learning in Medieval and Renaissance England: Essays Presented to Fitzroy Pyle. Blackrock: Irish Academic Press, 1984, 41-58.

Smith, Roger. "Seafaring Imagery in Old English Poetry." Ph.D. thesis, Stanford University, 1987. [with chapter on classical tradition]

Smith, Roger. 'Garsecg' in Old English Poetry." English Language Notes 24 (1987): 14-19.

Smithers, G. V. "The Meaning of 'The Seafarer' and 'The Wanderer'." Medium Aevum 26 (1957): 137-153; 28 (1959): 1-22, 99-104.

Stuhlfauth, George. "Das Schiff als Symbole der altchristlichen Kunst." Rivista di archeologia cristiana 19 (1942): 111-141.

Sturm-Maddox, Sara. "Eaux troubles: La Navigation de l'âme dans les 'Rime sparse' de Pétrarque." In L'Eau au moyen âge. Aix-en-Provence: Pubs. du Cuerma, 1985, 335-347.

Swisher. Michael. "Wood and Water Terminology in Old High German Literature." Thesis, Ohio State University, 1987.

Tavera, Antoine. "Quelques exemples de 'topique aquatique' chez les troubadours." In L'Eau au moyen âge, Aix-en-Provence: Pubs. du Cuerma, 1985, 363-382.

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Wentersdorf, Karl. "Chaucer's Clerk of Oxenford as Rhetorician." Medieval Studies 51 (1989): 313-328 [rhetorical river].

Whitehouse, H. "Shipwreck on the Nile: A Greek Novel on a 'Lost' Roman Mosaic?." American Journal of Archaeology 89 (January, 1985): 129-134.

Whitelock, Dorothy. "The Interpretation of 'The Seafarer'." In Cyril Fox and Bruce Dickins (eds.), The Early Cultures of North-West Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1950, 261-272.

Witherington, Ben. "The Waters of Birth: John 3:5 and 1 John 5:6-8." New Testament Studies 35 (1989): 155-160.
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