Misericords
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M. D. Anderson   Animal Carvings in British Churches (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1938) Not seen, considered reliable
    The Imagery of British Churches (London: John Murray, 1955) Seen by bibliographer
    The Medieval Carver (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1935) Seen by bibliographer
    Misericords: Medieval Life in English Woodcarving (Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1954) Seen by bibliographer
Elaine C. Block   Corpus of Medieval Misericords in France (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepolis, 2003) Not seen, considered reliable
Francis Bond   Wood Carvings in English Churches: Misericords (London: Oxford University Press, 1910; Series: Church Art in England) Seen by bibliographer
Arthur H. Collins   Symbolism of Animals and Birds Represented in English Church Architecture (New York: McBride, Nast & Company, 1913) Seen by bibliographer
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H. Connor   Medieval uroscopy and its representation on misericords (Clinical Medicine, Journal of the Royal College of Physicians, 2:1, 2002, 75-77) Seen by bibliographer
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Freda Derrick   Tales Told in Church Stones: Symbolism and Legend in Medieval Architecture and Handicrafts (London: The Lutterworth Press, 1935) Seen by bibliographer
George C. Druce   The Stall Carvings in the Church of St. Mary of Charity, Faversham (Kent) (Archaeologia Cantiana, 50, 1938, 11-32) Seen by bibliographer
Jack Farley   The Misericords of Gloucester Cathedral (Gloucester: The King's School, 1981) Seen by bibliographer
Marion Glasscoe, Michael Swanton   Medieval Woodwork in Exeter Cathedral (Exeter: Dean and Chapter, Exeter Cathedral, 1978) Seen by bibliographer
Christa Grössinger, Michael McCarthy and David Weston, ed.   Carlisle Cathedral Misericords: Style and Iconography (in Michael McCarthy and David Weston, ed., Carlisle and Cumbria: Roman and Medieval Architecture, Art and Archaeology (The British Archaeological Association: Conference Transactions XXVII for 2001), Leeds: Maney Publishing, 2004, 199-213) Not seen, considered reliable
Christa Grössinger   English Misericords of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries and their relationship to manucsript illuminations (Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 38, 1975, 97-108) Seen by bibliographer
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    The World Upside-Down: English Misericords (London: Harvey Miller Publishers, 1997) Seen by bibliographer
Dorothy Kraus, Henry Kraus   The Hidden World of Misericords (New York: George Braziller, 1975) Seen by bibliographer
Marshall Laird   English Misericords (London: John Murray, 1986) Seen by bibliographer
Mariko Miyazaki, Debra Hassig, ed.   Misericord owls and medieval anti-semitism (in Debra Hassig, ed., The Mark of the Beast: The Medieval Bestiary in Art, Life, and Literature, New York: Garland, 1999, 23-49) Seen by bibliographer
Emma Phipson   Choir Stalls And Their Carvings: Examples of Misericords from English Cathedrals and Churches (London: B.T.Batsford Ltd., 1986) Not seen, reliability unknown
G. L. Remnant, M. D. Anderson   Catalogue of Misericords in Great Britain (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1969) Seen by bibliographer
J. C. D. Smith   Church Carvings: A West Country Study (Newton Abbot, Devon: David & Charles, 1969) Seen by bibliographer
    A Guide to Church Woodcarvings (Newton Abbot, England: David & Charles, 1974) Seen by bibliographer
Francis W. Steer   Misericords at New College, Oxford (London: Phillimore, 1973) Seen by bibliographer
Kenneth Varty, E. Rombauts, A. Welkenhuysen, G. Verbeke, ed.   Further Examples of the Fox in Medieval English Art (in E. Rombauts, A. Welkenhuysen, G. Verbeke, ed., Aspects of the Medieval Animal Epic, Louvain: Leuven University Press, 1975, 251-256) Seen by bibliographer
Kenneth Varty   Reynard the Fox. A Study of the Fox in Medieval English Art (Leicester: Leicester University Press, 1967) Seen by bibliographer
T. Tindall Wildridge   The Misereres Of Beverley Minster: A Complete Series Of Drawings Of The Seat Carvings In The Choir Of St. John's, Beverley, Yorkshire; With Notes On The Plates And Subjects (Hull J. Plaxton, 1879) Not seen, reliability unknown
 
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