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BIBLIOGRAPHY

There exists no single work that traces ambiguity or
multivalence through the whole of Western culture; there-
fore the suggested readings are arranged historically. Jean
Daniélou, S. J., Sacramentum futuri: Études sur les origines
de la typologie biblique
(Paris, 1950). Jean Pépin, Mythe
et allégorie: les origines grecques et les contestations judéo-
chrétiennes
(Paris, 1958). For Eastern Christianity see
R. P. C. Hanson, Allegory and Event: A Study of the Sources
and Significance of Origen's Interpretation of Scripture

(London, 1959). For the history of mystical theology, Pierre
Pourrat, La Spiritualité chrétienne, 3 vols. (Paris, 1921-27),
trans. W. H. Mitchell and S. P. Jacques as Christian Spiritu-
ality,
3 vols. (London, 1922-27). Henri de Lubac, S. J.,
Exégèse médiévale: les quatre sens de l'écriture, 3 vols. (Paris,
1959-61). For literary tropes, Ernst Robert Curtius,
Europäische Literatur und lateinisches Mittelalter (Berne,
1948), trans. Willard R. Trask as European Literature and
the Latin Middle Ages
(New York, 1953) and their counter-
part in the visual arts, Erwin Panofsky, Studies in Iconology:
Humanistic Themes in the Art of the Renaissance
(New York,
and London, 1939). For theological aesthetics see Gerardus
van der Leeuw, Sacred and Profane Beauty: The Holy in
Art
(London, 1963); for philosophical criticism and a brief
history of aesthetics, the studies of Monroe C. Beardsley;
also E. H. Gombrich, Art and Illusion (New York, 1960),
Northrop Frye Anatomy of Criticism (Princeton, 1957), and
George Boas, The Heaven of Invention (Baltimore, 1961).
For more specialized studies, Winifred Nowottny, The Lan-
guage Poets Use
(Oxford, 1962), R. P. Blackmur, Language
As Gesture
(New York, 1952), Kenneth Burke, A Grammar
of Motives
(New York, 1954), and W. K. Wimsatt, The Verbal
Icon
(Lexington, Ky., 1954). For the relationship between
structural linguistics, mythology, and cultural anthropology,
Claude Lévi-Strauss, Structural Anthropology, trans. Claire
Jacobson and Brooke Grundfest Schoepf (New York, 1963).
For a new epistemology grounded in the ambiguities of
heuristics, Michael Polanyi, The Tacit Dimension (New York,
1966).

TOM TASHIRO

[See also Analogy; Chain of Being; Hierarchy; Metaphor;
Myth; Poetry; Symbol.]