[This bibliography draws upon works on this site by Mary Beth McGrath, Julie Flygare, and Yelena Primorac — George P. Landow.]
Bielski, Sarah. "The Femme Fatale as seen in the work of J.K. Huysmans, Felician Rops and Aubrey Beardsley." Art Criticism, 17:1 (2001): 47-54.
Brophy, Brigid. Beardsley and His World. London: Thames and Hudson, 1976.
Burdett, Osbert. The Beardsley Period. London: Butler & Tanner Ltd., 1925.
Easton, Malcolm. Aubrey and the Dying Lady: A Beardsley Riddle. London: Secker and Warburg, 1972.
Heyd, Milly. Aubrey Beardsley: Symbol, Mask and Self-Irony. New York: Peter Lang, 1986.
Burdett, Osbert. The Beardsley Period. London: John Lane the Bodely Head Limited, 1925.
Dowling, Linda. Language and Decadence in the Victorian Fin de Si¸cle. New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1986.
The Early Work of Aubrey Beardsley. Intro. H. C. Marillier. London: John Lane, 1920. Reprint: New York: Dover Publications, 1967.
Greslé, Yvette. "Strategies of veiling same-sex desire and its public consumption: Aubrey Beardsley's illustration of Oscar Wilde's 1894." De Arte 70 (2004): 22-39.
Lasner, Mark Samuels. A Selective Checklist of the Published Work of Aubrey Beardsley
Latimer, Tizra True. "Aubrey Beardsley's Salome: The Daughter of Too Many Mother's Sons." Rutgers Art Review 19 (2001): 25-36
Navarette, Susan J. The Shape of Fear: Horror and the Fin de Siècle Culture of Decadence. Kentucky: The University Press of Kentucky, 1998.
Owens, Susan. "The Satirical Agenda of Aubrey Beardsley's Enter Herodias." Visual Culture in Britain, 2:3 (2002): 81-102.
Reade, Brian. Aubrey Beardsley. Catalogue for Exhibition at th Victoria & Albert Museum. London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1966.
Thornton, R.K.R. The Decadent Dilemma. Great Britain: Edward Arnold, 1983.
Weintraub, Stanley. Aubrey Beardsley. Imp of the Perverse. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1976.
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