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Note: Some works referred to in passing in the notes are not listed here. The bibliography is divided between works published before 1900 and those published after 1900 (including Ph.D. theses). While this is intended to divide source materials from interpretative literature, modern editions of authors such as Coleridge and Reynolds fall into the second category.
Primary sources
John Berney Crome, ‘Essay on Painting and Poetry’, MS, Norwich Castle Museum.
Warren R. Dawson Manuscripts relating to Dawson Turner, BM Add. MSS 56290–4.
‘James Stark 1794–1859’, bound volume of letters and notes in the Bradfer Lawrence Collection, Norfolk & Norwich Record Office.
L. G. Bolingbroke, ‘James Stark’, MS volume in Norwich Castle Museum.
James Reeve, collection of materials relating to Norfolk & Norwich artists, 7 volumes in the British Museum Print Room, 2 volumes in the Colman & Rye Library, Norwich Central Library.
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Literature published before 1900
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