Volume 3

Emblems and Alchemy

Volume edited by Alison Adams and Stanton J. Linden (Glasgow: Glasgow Emblem Studies, 1998)
ISBN: 0852616805

Contents:

THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES

Bernhard F. Scholz: Alchemy, Metallurgy and Emblematics in the Works of the Seventeenth-Century Dutch ‘Bergmeester’ Goossen van Vreeswijck (1626-after 1689)

M. E. Warlick: The Domestic Alchemist: Women as Housewives in Alchemical Emblem

György E. Szonyi: Architectural Symbolism and Fantasy Landscapes in Alchemical and Occult Discourse: Revelatory Images

THE ENGLISH ALCHEMISTS

Stanton J. Linden: The Ripley Scrolls and The Compound of Alchymy

Lyndy Abraham: Edward Kelly’s Hieroglyph

Stephen Clucas: ‘Non est legendum sed inspicendum solum’: Inspectival knowledge and the visual logic of John Dee’s Liber Mysteriorum

Peggy Muñoz Simonds: ‘Love is a spirit all compact of fire’: Alchemical Coniunctio in Venus and Adonis

Paul Cheshire: Milton’s Use of Lunar Imagery in Paradise Lost

CONTINENTAL MANIFESTATIONS

Ilana Zinguer: Les frontispices emblématiques: intentions de Béroalde de Verville

Susan Sirc: Alchemy, Alchemical Emblems and Goethe’s Novel Die Wahlverwandtschaften