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James Luther Adams; Wilson Yates. The Grotesque in Art and Literature: Theological Reflections. William B. Eerdmans Publishing. 1997. 279pp.

Arthur Clayborough. The Grotesque in English Literature. Clarendon Press. 1965. 266pp.

A. D. Coleman. The Grotesque in Photography. Summit Books. 1977. 208pp.

Frances S. Connelly (editor). Modern Art and the Grotesque. Cambridge University Press. 2003. 316pp.

Mark Dery. The Pyrotechnic Insanitarium: American Culture on the Brink. Grove Press. 2000. 304pp.

Geoffrey Galt Harpham. On the Grotesque: Strategies of Contradiction in Art and Literature. The Davies Group. 2006. 304pp.

Wolfgang Kayser. Translated by Ulrich Weisstein. The Grotesque in Art and Literature. Indiana University Press. 1963. 224pp. Translation of Das Groteske: seine Gestaltung in Malerei und Dichtung.

David McNeil. The Grotesque Depiction of War and the Military in Eighteenth-Century English Fiction. University of Delaware Press. 1990. 232pp.

Michael J. Meyer (editor). Literature and the Grotesque. Rodopi. 1995. 195pp.

Alice Mills (editor). Seriously Weird: Papers on the Grotesque. Peter Lang. 1999. 279pp.

Ralf Remshardt. Staging the Savage God: The Grotesque in Performance. Southern Illinois University Press. 2004. 304pp.

Colin Trodd; Paul Barlow; David Amigoni (editor). Victorian Culture and the Idea of the Grotesque. Ashgate Publishing. 1999. 212pp.

Thomas Wright. A History of Caricature and Grotesque in Literature and Art. Chatto and Windus. 1875. 494pp.

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