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Ken Ruthven

Faking Literature: the Bibliography

This piece is about twenty-five printed pages long.

Thanks to Ken Ruthven and to Chris Emery at Cambridge University Press for making this treasure-trove of literary references possible.

Aagaard-Mogensen, Lars, ‘Unfakables’, Danish Yearbook of Philosophy, 15 (1978), 97–104.

Abbott, Craig S., ‘The Case of Scharmel Iris’, PBSA, 77 (1983), 15–34.

Abbott, Frank Frost, ‘Some Spurious Inscriptions and Their Authors’, Classical Philology, 3 (1908), 22–30.

Acker, Kathy, Blood and Guts in High School: Plus Two (London, 1984).

———, In Memoriam to Identity (London, 1990).

Ackroyd, Peter, Chatterton (London, 1987).

Adams, Percy G., Travelers and Travel Liars 1660–1800 (Berkeley, Calif., 1962).

Adams, Timothy Dow, ‘The Mock–Biography of Edwin Mullhouse’, Biography, 5 (1982), 205–14.

Adkins, Nelson F, ‘“Chapter on American Cribbage”: Poe and Plagiarism’, PBSA, 42 (1948), 169–210.

‘Adoré Floupette’ [Gabriel Vicaire and Henri Beauclair], Les Déliquescences: Poèmes décadents [1885], intro. N. Richard (Paris, 1984).

Albright, Evelyn May, Dramatic Publication in England, 1580–1640 [1927] (New York, 1971).

Alcoff, Linda Martin, ‘The Problem of Speaking for Others’, in Who Can Speak?, ed. Roof and Wiegman, 97–119.

Aldington, Richard, Frauds (London, 1957).

Alexander, Peter, Roy Campbell: A Critical Biography (Oxford, 1982).

Allen, Peter, Talks with Elizabethans: Revealing the Mystery of ‘William Shakespeare’ (London, 1947).

Altrocchi, Rudolph, Sleuthing in the Stacks [1944] (Port Washington, N.Y., 1968).

Amirault, Chris, ‘Pseudologica Fantastica and Other Tall Tales: The Contagious Literature of Munchausen Syndrome’, Literature and Medicine, 14 (1995), 169–90.

Amos, William, The Originals: Who’s Really Who in Fiction (London, 1985).

Amselle, Jean–Loup, Mestizo Logics: Anthropology of Identity in Africa and Elsewhere [1990], trans. Claudia Royal (Stanford, Calif., 1998).

Anderson, Kent, Television Fraud: The History and Implications of the Quiz Show Scandals (Westport, Conn., 1978).

Anderson, Perry, The Origins of Postmodernity (London, 1998).

Andrews, William L., To Tell a Free Story: The First Century of Afro–American Autobiography, 1760–1865 (Urbana, Ill., 1986).

‘Anne Hughes’[Jeanne Preston], Anne Hughes: Her Boke, ed. Mollie Preston, intro. Michael Croucher (London, 1981).

Anon., ‘Literary Impostures — Alexandre Dumas’, North American Review, 78 (1854), 305–45.

Angle, Paul M., ‘The Minor Collection: A Criticism’, Atlantic Monthly, 14 (1929), 516–25.

Arac, Jonathan, ‘The Future of English after the Cold War’, Critical Quarterly, 39 (1997), 8–10.

‘Araki Yasusada’ [Kent Johnson], ‘Doubled Flowering: From the Notebooks of Araki Yasusada’, trans. Tosa Motokiyu et al., American Poetry Review, 2 5 (July/August 1996), 23–26.

Editor’s note: you can read six different articles
on the Yasusada phenomenon here in Jacket.

‘Ariana Olisvos’ [see Dwyer, David].

Armitt, Lucie, Theorising the Fantastic (London, 1996).

Armstrong, Tim, Modernism, Technology, and the Body: A Cultural Study (Cambridge, 1998).

Arnau, Frank, Three Thousand Tears of Deception in Art and Antiques [1959], trans. J. Maxwell Brownjohn (London, 1961).

‘Arvind Nehra’ [Dorothy Black], Letters of an Indian Judge to an English Gentlewoman [1934] (London, 1978).

Asher, Richard, ‘Munchausen’s Syndrome’, Lancet, 10 February 1951, 339–41.

Auchter, Dorothy, ‘Did Shakespeare Write Shakespeare? A Bibliography of the Authorship Controversy’, BB, 55 (1998), 63–71.

Auden, W.H., Collected Shorter Poems 1927–1957 (London, 1966).

Austin, J.L., How to Do Things with Words (Oxford, 1962).

‘B. Wongar’ [Sreten Bozic], The Track to Bralgu (London, 1978).

———, Walg: A Novel of Australia (New York, 1983).

———, Dingoes Den (Sydney, 1999).

Babcock-Adams, Barbara, ‘“A Tolerated Margin of Mess”: The Trickster and His Tales Reconsidered’, Journal of the Folklore Institute, 1975 (Bloomington, Ind., 1975), 145–86.

Bacon, Francis, ‘The Nature of Poetry’, in English Critical Essays, ed. E.D. Jones, 104–09.

Bagnani, Gilbert, ‘On Fakes and Forgeries’, Phoenix, 14 (1960), 228–44.

Baine, Rodney M., Daniel Defoe and the Supernatural (Athens, Ga, 1968).

Baines, Paul, ‘ “Ward in Pillory’’: Alexander Pope and the Case of Forgery’, Literature and History, 12 (1986), 195—214.

———, ‘Literary Forgery and the Ideology of Detection’, SVEC, 303 (1992), 597–600.

———, ‘“Putting a Book out of Place’’: Johnson, Ossian and the Highland Tour’, Durham University Journal, n.s., 53 (1992), 235–48.

———, ‘The Macaroni Parson and the Marvellous Boy: Literature and Forgery in the Eighteenth Century’, Angelaki, 1.2 (1994), 95–112.

———, The House of Forgery in Eighteenth-Century Britain (Aldershot, 1999).

Ball, Robert J. and J.D. Ellsworth, ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes: Hyper-reality and the Study of Latin’, Modern Language Journal, 80 (1996), 77–84.

Banfield, Edward C., ‘Art versus Collectibles: Why Museums Should Be Filled with Fakes’, Harper’s Magazine, 1587 (August 1982), 28–34.

Baridon, Michel, ‘Ruins as a Mental Construct’, Journal of Garden History, 5 (1985), 84–96.

Barker, Nicolas, The Butterfly Books: An Enquiry into the Nature of Certain Twentieth Century Pamphlets (London, 1987).

———, and John Collins, A Sequel to ‘An Enquiry into the Nature of Certain Nineteenth Century Pamphlets’: The Forgeries of H. Buxton Forman and T.J. Wise Re-Examined (London, 1983).

———, ‘The Forgery of Printed Documents’, in Fakes and Frauds, ed. Robyn Myers and Michael Harris (Winchester, 1989), 109—23.

Barnes, Julian, England, England (London, 1998).

Barnum, P.T., The Humbugs of the World: An Account of Humbugs, Delusions, Impositions, Quackeries, Deceits and Deceivers Generally, in All Ages (New York, 1866).

Barth, John, ‘The Literature of Exhaustion [1967]’, in The Novel Today, ed. Malcolm Bradbury (Glasgow, 1990), 71–85.

Barthes, Roland, ‘The Reality Effect [1968]’, in The Rustle of Language, trans. Richard Howard (New York, 1986), 141–48.
‘The Death of the Author [1968]’, in Image Music Text, trans. Stephen Heath (Glasgow, 1977), 142–48.

———, S/Z [1970] (New York, 1974).

Bate, Jonathan, ‘Faking It: Shakespeare and the 1790s’, Essays and Studies, 46 (1993), 63–80.
‘The Authorship Controversy’, The Genius of Shakespeare (London, 1997), 65–100.

Bate, Walter Jackson, ‘Percy’s Use of His Folio Manuscript’, Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 43 (1944), 337–48.

———, The Burden of the Past and the English Poet (Cambridge, Mass., 1970).

Bates, Susannah, The Pendex: An Index of Pen Names and House Names in Fantastic, Thriller, and Series Literature (New York, 1981).

Baudelaire, Charles, Baudelaire as a Literary Critic, trans. Lois Boe Hyslop and Francis E. Hyslop (Pittsburgh, 1964).

Baudrillard, Jean, Simulations [1991], trans. Paul Fosse et al (New York, 1983).
The Gulf War Did Not Take Place [1991], trans. Paul Patton (London, 1995).

Bauer, Dale M., ‘The Politics of Collaboration in The Whole Family’, in Old Maids to Radical Spinsters, ed. Laura L. Doan (Urbana, Ill., 1991), 107–22.

Baym, Nina, ‘Delia Bacon: History’s Odd Woman Out’, NEQ, 69 (1996), 223–49.

Beckett, Alice, Fakes: Forgery and the Art World (London, 1995).

Bédoyère, Guy de la, ‘John Evelyn and the Art of Quoting’, TLS, 8 September 1995, 16.

Bendix, Regina, In Search of Authenticity: The Formation of Folklore Studies (Madison, Wis., 1997).

Benjamin, Mary A., ‘The Forger and His Work’, Autographs [1946], rev. ed. (New York, 1963), 87–110.

Benjamin, Walter, Illuminations [1955], trans. Harry Zohn (London, 1973).

Bennett, Tony and Janet Woollacott, Bond and Beyond: The Political Career of a Popular Hero (London, 1987).

Bentley, Gerald Eades, ‘Authenticity and Attribution in the Jacobean and Caroline Drama’, English Institute Annual: 1942 (1943), 101–18.

Berek, Peter, ‘The “Upstart Crow”, Aesop’s Crow, and Shakespeare as Reviser’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 35 (1984), 205–07.

Berne, Eric, Games People Play: The Psychology of Human Relationships [1964] (London, 1966).

Bernstein, Herman, The Truth about ‘The Protocols of Zion’ [1935], intro. Norman Cohn (New York, 1971).

Blair, John G., The Confidence Man in Modern Fiction: A Rogue’s Gallery with Six Portraits (London, 1979).

Bloom, Harold, The Anxiety of Influence (New York, 1973).

———, et a.l, ‘Plagiarism: A Symposium’, TLS, 9 April 1982, 413–15.

Blumenthal, Walter Hart, False Literary Attributions: Works not Written by Their Supposed Authors, or Doubtfully Ascribed ( Lexington, Ky, 1965).

Bodde, Derk, Shakspere and the Ireland Forgeries (Cambridge, Mass., 1930).

Boller, Paul F. and John George, They Never Said It: A Book of Fake Quotes, Misquotes, and Misleading Attributions (New York, 1989).

Boorstin, Daniel J., The Image: A Guide to Pseudo-Events in America [1961] (New York, 1964).

Borges, Jorge Luis, Labyrinths [1956–60], ed. Donald A. Yates and James E. Irby (Harmondsworth, 1970).

Bormann, Ernest G., ‘Ethics of Ghostwritten Speeches’, Quarterly Journal of Speech, 47 (1961), 262–67.

Bose, Mihir and Cathy Gunn, Fraud: The Growth Industry of the Eighties (London, 1989).

Bouchard, Norma, ‘“Critifictional” Epistemes in Contemporary Literature: The Case of Foucault’s Pendulum’, Comparative Literature Studies, 32 (1955), 497–513.

Bowers, Neal, ‘A Loss for Words: Plagiarism and Silence’, ASch, 63 (1994), 545–55.
Words for the Taking: The Hunt for a Plagiarist (New York, 1997).

Boyes, Georgina, The Imagined Village: Culture, Ideology and the English Folk Revival (Manchester, 1993).

Bracey, Robert, Eighteenth–Century Studies and Other Papers (Oxford, 1925).

Bredius, Abraham, A New Vermeer: Christ and the Disciples at Emmaus’, Burlington Magazine, 71 (November 1937), 10–11.

Brinton, Daniel G., ‘The Curious Hoax of the Taensa Language’, Essays of an Americanist (Philadelphia, 1890), 452–67.

Bristol, Michael D., ‘Shakespeare the Myth’, in A Companion to Shakespeare., ed. David Scott Kastan (Oxford, 1999), 489–502.

Bronson, Bertrand H., Joseph Ritson: Scholar-at-Arms, 2 vols. (Berkeley, Calif., 1938).

Brooke, Christopher, ‘Approaches to Medieval Forgery [1968]’, Medieval Church and Society (London, 1971), 100–20.

Browne, Sir Thomas, Religio Medici [1643], ed. James Winny (Cambridge, 1963).

Browning, Robert, The Complete Works of Robert Browning, ed. Roma A. King et al., 11 vols. (Athens, Ohio, 1969–98).

———, ‘Essay on Chatterton [1842]’, Complete Works, vol. III, 161–79.

———, ‘Essay on Shelley [1852]’, Complete Works, vol. v, 137–51.

Brunazzi, Elizabeth, ‘The Question of Colette and Collaboration’, TSWL, 13(1994), 281–91.

Burkett, B.G. (with Glenna Whitley), Stolen Valor: How the Vietnam Generation Was Robbed of Its Heroes and Its History (Dallas, 1999).

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Burton, Sarah, Impostors: Six Kinds of Liar (London, 2000).

Buruma, Ian, Voltaire’s Coconuts, or Anglomania in Europe (London, 1999).

Butler, Judith, Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity (New York, 1990).

———, Excitable Speech: A Politics of the Performative (New York, 1997).

Byron, Lord, Complete Poetical Works, ed. Jerome McGann, 9 vols. (Oxford, 1980–93).

———, Letters and Journals, ed. Rowland E. Prothero, 6 vols. (London, 1922).

Caillois, Roger, Man, Play and Games [1958], trans. Meyer Barash (New York, 1961).

Callaghan, Dympna, ‘The Vicar and Virago: Feminism and the Problem of Identity’, in Who Can Speak?, ed. Roof and Wiegman, 195–207.

Cameron, Anne, Daughters of Copper Woman (Vancouver, B.C., 1981).

Camille, Michael, ‘The Tres Riches Heures: An Illuminated Manuscript in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction’, Critical Inquiry, 17 (1990), 72–107.

Carcaterra, Lorenzo, Sleepers (London, 1995).

Carpenter, Frederic I., ‘The Vogue of Ossian in America: A Study in Taste’, American Literature, 2 (1930–31), 405–17.

Carroll, David, ‘Freud and the Myth of Origin’, NLH, 6 (1974–75), 513–28.

Carter, John and Graham Pollard, An Enquiry into the Nature of Certain Nineteenth Century Pamphlets (London, 1934).

Catterall, Lee, The Great Dali Art Fraud and Other Deceptions (Fort Lee, N.J., 1992).

Caviness, Madeline Harrison, ‘ “De convenientia et cohaerentia antiqui et novi operis”: Medieval Conservation, Restoration, Pastiche and Forgery’, in Intuition und Kunstwissenschaft, ed. Peter Bloch et al. (Berlin, 1973), 205–21.

Cescinsky, Herbert, The Gentle Art of Faking Furniture (New York, 1931).

Chambers, E. K., The History and Motives of Literary Forgeries (Oxford, 1891).

Chapman, R.W., ‘Blair on Ossian’, RES, 7 (1931), 80–83.

Chatterton, Thomas, The Complete Works of Thomas Chatterton, ed. Donald S. Taylor and Benjamin Lee Hoover, 2 vols. (Oxford, 1971).

———, The Rowley Poems 1794, intro. Jonathan Wordsworth (Oxford, 1990).

Chestnut, Mary, A Diary from Dixie, ed. Ben Ames Williams, foreword Edmund Wilson (Cambridge, Mass., 1980).

Cifali, Mireille, ‘The Making of Martian: The Creation of an Imaginary Language’, in Theodore Flournoy, From India to the Planet Mars [1899], ed. Sonu Shamdasani (Princeton, N.J., 1994), 269–87.

Clanchy, M.T., From Memory to Written Record: England 1066–1307 [1979], 2nd ed. (Oxford, 1993).

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Clark, Kenneth, ‘Forgeries’, HisT, 29 (1979), 724–33.

Clifford, James L., ‘Johnson and Lauder’, PQ, 54 (1975), 342–56.

Cohn, Dorrit, The Distinction of Fiction (Baltimore, 1999).

Cohn, Norman, Warrant for Genocide: The Myth of the Jewish World-Conspiracy and the Protocols of the Elders of Zion (London, 1967).

Colcord, Lincoln and Heywood Broun, ‘Are Literary Hoaxes Harmful? A Debate’, Bookman, 69 (June 1929), 347–54.

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Colgan, Maurice, ‘Ossian: Success or Failure for the Scottish Enlightenment?’, in Aberdeen and the Enlightenment, ed. Jennifer J. Carter and Joan H. Pittock (Aberdeen, 1987), 344–49.

Collins, John, The Two Forgers: A Biography of Harry Buxton Forman and Thomas J. Wise (Aldershot, 1992).

Combs, Richard, ‘Orson Welles’s F for Fake [1976]’, in Imagining Reality, ed. Kevin Macdonald and Mark Cousins (London, 1996), 221—24.

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———, Comments on the Society of the Spectacle [1988], trans. Malcolm Imrie (London, 1990).

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———, ‘The Simulacrum and Ancient Philosophy’, The Logic of Sense [1969], trans. Mark Lester, ed. Constantin V. Boundas (London, 1990), 253–79.

———, Difference and Repetition [1968], trans. Paul Patton (London, 1994).

———, and Felix Guattari, A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia [1980], trans. Brian Massumi (Minneapolis, 1987).

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———, ‘Signature Event Context’, Glyph, i (1977), 172–97.

———, Acts of Literature, ed. Derek Attridge (New York, 1992).

———, Given Time:1. Counterfeit Money [1991], trans. Peggy Kamuf (Chicago, 1992).

———, ‘Force of Law: The “Mystical Foundation of Authority” [1989]’, in Deconstruction and the Possibility of Justice, ed. Drucilla Cornell et al. (New York, 1992), 3–67.

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———, Folklore and Fakelore (Cambridge, Mass., 1976).

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———, Foucault’s Pendulum, trans. William Weaver (London, 1989).

———, ‘Forgeries, Originals and Identity’, in Signs of Humanity / L’homme et ses signes’ ed. Michel Balat and Janice Deledall-Rhodes, vol. II (Berlin and New York, 1992), 605–18.

———, ‘The Force of Falsity’, Serendipities, trans. William Weaver (New York, 1998), 1–21.

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———, Feminine Parts: A Book of Milesian Tales (London, 1992).

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———, Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison [1975], trans. Alan Sheridan (Harmondsworth, 1979).

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———, ‘Intertextuality and Ontology’, in Intertextuality, ed. Michael Worton and Judith Still (Manchester, 1990), 45–55.

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———, Anatomy of Criticism (Princeton, N.J., 1957).

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———, ‘The Defoe That Never Was: A Tale of De-Attribution’, ASch, 66 (1997), 276–84.

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———, ‘Ossian in Europe’, Canadian Review of Comparative Literature / Revue Canadienne de Littérature Comparée, 21 (1994), 643–78.

———, (ed.), Ossian Revisited (Edinburgh, 1991).

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