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  • Aden, John M.: "An artless tale?" Sewanee Review (Univ. of the South, Sewanee, TN) 85 (1977), 697-701.
  • Albertini, Virgil: "Samuel Johnson's Life of Gray." Missouri English Bulletin (Northeast Missouri State Univ., Kirksville) XXV (May 1969), 8-12.
  • Anderson, A.: "Gray's Elegy in Miscellaneous Pieces, 1752". The Library: A Quarterly Journal of Bibliography 20 (1965), 144-148.
  • Bache, William B.: "Gray's 'Sonnet: On the Death of Richard West'". CEA Critic: An Official Journal of the College English Association 31(2) (1968), 12.
  • Bacon, M. E.: "Blake and Gray: A Case of Literary Symbiosis". Culture (Quebec) 29 (1968), 42-50
  • Baldwin, Barry: "Thomas Gray on Posterity". The Scriblerian and the kit-cats 26(2) (1994), 159, also Notes and Queries 40 (238)(3) (Sep. 1993), 328-329.
  • Baldwin, Barry: "On some Greek and Latin poems by Thomas Gray". International journal of the classical tradition 1(1) (1994), 71-88.
  • Beatty, Bernard: "Unheard Voices, Indistinct Visions: Gray and Byron". W. B. Hutchings and William Ruddick (eds.): Thomas Gray: Contemporary Essays. Liverpool English texts and studies, [25]. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 1993, 224-247.
  • Bell, Charles Francis: "Thomas Gray and the fine arts." Essays and studies by members of the English association 30 (1944), 50-81.
  • Bentley, G. E., Jr: "The accuracy of the Blake reproductions." Blake Newsletter (Univ. of New Mexico, Albuquerque) 8 (1974), 88-89.
  • Bentman, Raymond: "Thomas Gray and the Poetry of 'Hopeless Love'". Journal of the History of Sexuality 3(2) (Oct. 1992), 203-222.
  • Bidwell, John: "Designs by Mr. J. Baskerville for Six Poems by Mr. T. Gray". Book Collector 51(3) (Autumn 2002), 355-371.
  • Billi, Mirella: "Landscape aesthetics in the 18th century: from description to vision". Michele Bottalico, Maria Teresa Chialant, Eleonora Rao (eds.), Literary landscapes: landscape in literature. Rome: Carocci, 2007, 61-72. [Discusses Gray, Gilpin, and Beckford.]
  • Borinski, Ludwig: "Thomas Gray. Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard". Karl Heinz Göllner (ed.), Die englische Lyrik. Von der Renaissance bis zur Gegenwart, 2 vols. Düsseldorf: August Bagel, 1968, vol. 1, 255-268.
  • Bowlby, Rachel: "'Where Ignorance Is Bliss': The Folly of Origins in Gray and Hardy". Comparative Critical Studies 5(2-3) (2008), 271-288.
  • Boyce, Benjamin: "Sounding Shells and Little Prattlers in the Mid-Eighteenth-Century English Ode". Eighteenth Century Studies 8(3) (Spring 1975), 245-264.
  • Brady, Frank: "Structure and Meaning in Gray's Elegy". Frederick W. Hilles and Harold Bloom (eds.): From Sensibility to Romanticism: Essays Presented to Frederick A. Pottle. New York: Oxford UP, 1965, 177-189.
  • Bronson, Bertrand H.: "On a Special Decorum in Gray's Elegy." Frederick W. Hilles and Harold Bloom (eds.): From Sensibility to Romanticism: Essays Presented to Frederick A. Pottle. New York: Oxford UP, 1965, 171-176.
  • Bygrave, Stephen: "Gray's 'Elegy': Inscribing the Twilight". Richard Machin and Christopher Norris (eds.), Post-Structuralist Readings of English Poetry. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1987, 162-175.
  • Calè, Luisa: "Gray's Ode and Walpole's China Tub: The Order of the Book and The Paper Lives of an Object." Eighteenth-Century Studies 45(1) (Fall 2011), 105-125.
  • Cameron, Kenneth Walter: "Emerson and the poet Thomas Gray." American Renaissance Literary Report (Hartford, CT) 9 (1995), 107.
  • Carnochan, W. B.: "The Continuity of Eighteenth-Century Poetry: Gray, Cowper, Crabbe, and the Augustans". Eighteenth Century Life 12(2) (May 1988), 119-127.
  • Carnochan, W. B.: "An imitation of Gray's Elegy, King's Bench Prison, 1816.". Notes and Queries 58(4) (Dec 2011), 546-548.
  • Carper, Thomas R.: "Gray's 'Orders of Insects': A Mnemonic Device". Notes and Queries 20 (1973), 213-214.
  • Carper, Thomas R.: "Dating Gray's Translations from the Greek Anthology". Notes and Queries 21 (1974), 255-256.
  • Carper, Thomas R.: "Gray's Personal Elegy". Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 17 (1977), 451-462.
  • Chiasson, Elias: "The Courtly Lady in Gray's Elegy". Publications of the Missouri Philological Association 3 (1978), 39-49.
  • Clark, S. H.: "'Pendet Homo Incertus': Gray's Response to Locke, I: 'Dull in a New Way'". Eighteenth Century Studies 24(3) (Spring 1991), 273-291.
  • Clark, S. H.: "'Pendet Homo Incertus': Gray's Response to Locke, II: 'De principiis Cogitandi'". Eighteenth Century Studies 24(4) (Summer 1991), 484-503.
  • Clarke, Stephen: "Boswell and Mason, Johnson and Gray: an encounter". The Age of Johnson: A Scholarly Annual 20 (2010), 95-109.
  • Clarke, Stephen: "Unhorsed by Pegasus: Gray's Poetry and the Critics before The Lives of the Poets". The Age of Johnson: A Scholarly Annual 21 (2011), 193-215.
  • Clymer, Lorna: "Graved in Tropes: The Figural Logic of Epitaphs and Elegies in Blair, Gray, Cowper, and Wordsworth". ELH. A journal of English Literary History 62(2) (Summer 1995), 347-386.
  • Cosgrove, Brian: "'Ev'n in Our Ashes Live Their Wonted Fires': Privation and Affirmation in Gray's Elegy". English 29 (1980), 117-130.
  • Coykendall, Abby: "Queer Counterhistory and the Specter of Effeminacy". Boe, Ana de Freitas and Abby Coykendall (eds.), Heteronormativity in Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture, Farnham, England: Ashgate, 2014, 111-129.
  • Craik, T. W.: "Gray's Humorous and Satirical Verse". W. B. Hutchings and William Ruddick (eds.): Thomas Gray: Contemporary Essays. Liverpool English texts and studies, [25]. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 1993, 111-125.
  • Crawford, Iain: "'Large Was His Bounty, and His Soul Sincere' - Gray's Elegy, Theme, and Intertextuality in Great Expectations". Dickens Quarterly 4(4) (Dec. 1987), 195-199.
  • Crawford, Iain: "Wading Through Slaughter: John Hampden, Thomas Gray, and Mary Shelley's Frankenstein". Studies in the novel 20(3) (Fall 1988), 249-261.
  • Cudworth, Charles: "Thomas Gray and Music". The Musical Times 112 (July 1971), 646-648.
  • Davie, Donald: "Afterword". James Downey and Ben Jones (eds.): Fearful Joy: Papers from the Thomas Gray Bicentenary Conference at Carleton University, 1971. Montreal: McGill-Queen's UP, 1974, 256-262.
  • Davie, Donald: "Introduction". Donald Davie (ed.): The Late Augustans: Longer Poems of the Later Eighteenth Century. London: Heinemann, 1977 [1st ed. 1958].
  • Decker, Christopher: "The poet as reader: Thomas Gray's borrowings from Cambridge college libraries". Library: the transactions of the Bibliographical Society (Oxford) 3(2) (2002), 163-193.
  • Deutsch, Helen: "Elegies in Country Churchyards: the prospect poem in and around the eighteenth century". Karen Weisman (ed.): The Oxford Handbook of The Elegy. Oxford: OUP, 2010, chapter 10, 187-205.
  • Dillon, Andrew: "Depression and Release: The Journey of the Spirit in Thomas Gray's 'Elegy'". North Dakota Quarterly 60(4) (Fall 1992), 128-134.
  • Dilworth, Ernest: "'Landor on Gray's Sonnet on the Death of West". Notes and Queries 15 (1968), 215.
  • Dingley, R. J.: "The Ending of Gray's 'Elegy'". AUMLA. Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association 61 (May 1984), 29-36.
  • Doherty, F.: "The Two Voices of Gray". Essays in Criticism: A Quarterly Journal of Literary Criticism 13 (1963), 222-230.
  • Dongu, Maria Grazia: "Cercare sè negli altri. Prove di Poesia: una traduzione latina di Petrarca nel Settecento Inglese". Letterature straniere &. Quaderni della Facoltà di lingue e letterature straniere dell'Università degli studi di Cagliari 4 (2002), 93-108.
  • Dongu, Maria Grazia: "How far from the Madding Crowd? Gray, Algarotti and the European Republic of Letters". Frederic Ogee, "Better in France?": The Circulation of Ideas Across the Channel in the Eighteenth Century. Lewisburg, [Pa.]: Bucknell University Press, 2005, 252-268.
  • Dongu, Maria Grazia: "Thomas Gray fra centro e periferia". Francesco Marroni, Irene Meloni, Maria Grazia Dongu (eds.), Cityscapes: islands of the self: vol. 1, Literary and cultural studies. Cagliari: CUEC, 2007, 129-138.
  • Dongu, Maria Grazia: "Gray's 'Elegy': A Polyphonous Elegy Sung to the Silence of Death". Vahid Parvaresh and Alessandro Capone (eds.), The Pragmeme of Accommodation: The Case of Interaction around the Event of Death. Cham, Switzerland: Springer: 2017, 441-458.
  • Dutoit, Thomas: "Poetry of twilight in Collins' "Ode to Evening" and in Gray's "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard". By Jacques Derrida." Oxford Literary Review 25 (2003), 5-37.
  • Dyson, A. E.: "The Ambivalence of Gray's Elegy". Herbert W. Starr (ed.): Twentieth century interpretations of Gray's Elegy. A collection of critical essays. Twentieth century interpretations series. Englewood Cliffs N. J.: Prentice-Hall, 1968, 83-87.
  • Easson, Angus: "'A Man of Genius': Gray and Wordsworth". W. B. Hutchings and William Ruddick (eds.): Thomas Gray: Contemporary Essays. Liverpool English texts and studies, [25]. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 1993, 205-223.
  • Eaves, Duncan T. C.: "The Second Edition of Thomas Gray's 'Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cat'". Philological quarterly (1949), 512.
  • Eby, Cecil D.: "Anne Bradstreet and Thomas Gray: A Note on Influence". Historical collections 97(4) (1961), 292.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning: "A Reading of Gray's 'Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cat, Drowned in a Tub of Gold Fishes'". English Studies in Africa: A Journal of the Humanities 26(2) (1983), 99-104.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning: "Diction and Allusion in Two Early Odes by Gray". The Durham University journal 79(1) (Dec. 1986), 31-36.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning: "Two Sources for Gray's 'Eton College Ode'". Notes and queries for readers and writers, collectors and librarians 42 (240)(1) (Mar. 1995), 67-68.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning: "Gray, Hunt, Keats and the Idea of Artistic Succession". Keats Shelley Journal 44 (1995), 17-22.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning: "Gray, Propertius, and the Games Stanza in the Eton College Ode". Notes and Queries 242(3) (Sep. 1997), 319-320.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning: "Gray's Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard". Explicator (Helen Dwight Reid Educational Foundation, Washington, DC) 59(2) (Winter 2001), 76-78.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning: "Gray's 'Elegy' and Thomas Brown's 'Pastoral on the Death of Queen Mary'". Notes and Queries 48(246)(4) (Dec 2001), 413.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning: "The Heroic Mental Journey: A Note on a Topos". ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 16(1) (Winter 2003), 24-27.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning: "A source for the epitaph in Gray's Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard". ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 16(3) (2003), 18-19.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning: "Milton, Gray, and West's 'Monody on the Death of Queen Caroline'". Review of English Studies: The Leading Journal of English Literature and the English Language 54(215) (June 2003), 386-398.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning: "Gray's 'Ode on the Spring' and Pope's Essay on Man". Notes and Queries 50(248), no. 2 (June 2003), 205.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning: "An Allusion to Ovid's Heroides in Gray's 'Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College'". Notes and Queries 51(249) (Mar 2004), 48.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning: "Addison's 'Campaign' and Gray's 'Elegy'". ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 17(3) (Summer 2004), 27-28.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning: "St. John Chrysostom's 'Homilies on Romans' and Gray's 'Elegy'". ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 18(2) (Spring 2005), 28-29.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning: "Irving's Chronicle of Wolfert's Roost, Goldsmith's 'The Deserted Village', and Gray's 'Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College'". Explicator 65(3) (Spring 2007), 139-142.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning: "A Source for the 'Village-Hampden' Stanza in Gray's 'Elegy'". ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 20(1) (Winter 2007), 35-36.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning: "Gray and Johnson: parallel sentiments in the 'Eton College Ode' and 'Rasselas'". ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 20(2) (Spring 2007), 20-22.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning: "Blair's Grave and Gray's 'Elegy'". ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 20(4) (Fall 2007), 50-58.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning: "Shelley's 'Alastor', Collins and Gray". Keats-Shelley Review 22 (2008), 94-97.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning: "An Echo of Night Thoughts in Gray". Notes and Queries 56(3) (Sep 2009), 354.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning: "An Echo of Young in Gray's 'Bard'". Notes and Queries 56(3) (Sep 2009), 360.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning: "Echoes of Gray in Scott's Marmion." ANQ 22(4) (2009), 16-19.
  • Edwards, Elizabeth: "Iniquity, terror and survival: Welsh gothic, 1789-1804". Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 35(1) (2012), 119-133.
  • Ehrenpreis, Irvin: "The Cistern and the Fountain: Art and Reality in Pope and Gray". Howard Anderson and John S. Shea (eds.), Studies in Criticism and Aesthetics, 1660-1800: Essays in Honor of Samuel Holt Monk. Minneapolis: U. of Minnesota P., 1967, 156-175.
  • Elliott, Roger: "The bard as moping owl." Cambridge Quarterly (Cambridge Quarterly Assn, Clare College, Cambridge) 15 (1986), 207-215.
  • Ellis, Frank H.: "Gray's Elegy: The Biographical Problem in Literary Criticism". Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 66 (1951), 971-1008. [Also Herbert W. Starr (ed.): Twentieth century interpretations of Gray's Elegy. A collection of critical essays. Twentieth century interpretations series. Englewood Cliffs N. J.: Prentice-Hall, 1968, 51-75.]
  • Ellis, Frank H.: "Gray's Eton College Ode: The Problem of Tone". Papers on Language and Literature: A Journal for Scholars and Critics of Language and Literature 5 (1969), 130-138.
  • Ellis, R. J.: "Plodding Plowmen: Issues of Labour and Literacy in Gray's 'Elegy'". John Goodridge (ed.), The Independent Spirit: John Clare and the Self-Taught Tradition. Helpston: John Clare Soc. & Margaret Grainger Memorial Trust, 1994, 27-43.
  • Empson, William: "Proletarian Literature". Herbert W. Starr (ed.): Twentieth century interpretations of Gray's Elegy. A collection of critical essays. Twentieth century interpretations series. Englewood Cliffs N. J.: Prentice-Hall, 1968, 109.
  • Epstein, William H.: "Assumed Identities: Gray's Correspondence and the 'Intelligence Communities' of Eighteenth-Century Studies". The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation 32(3) (Autumn 1991), 274-288.
  • Epstein, William H.: "Professing Gray: The Resumption of Authority in Eighteenth-Century Studies". Leo Damrosch (ed.) and Marshall Brown (comment), The Profession of Eighteenth-Century Literature: Reflections on an Institution. Madison: U. of Wisconsin P., 1992, 84-94.
  • Eversole, Richard: "The Wooden 'Frail Memorial' in Gray's Elegy". Notes and Queries 21 (1974), 56-57.
  • Fairer, David: "Thomas Wharton, Thomas Gray, and the Recovery of the Past". W. B. Hutchings and William Ruddick (eds.): Thomas Gray: Contemporary Essays. Liverpool English texts and studies, [25]. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 1993, 146-170.
  • Fairer, David: "Happy Returns? Lamb, Gray, and Wordsworth's Ruined Cottage". Charles Lamb Bulletin 131 (July 2005), 62-75.
  • Falcone, Eugenio: "L'elegia di Thomas Gray". Nuova Antologia 530 (1977), 325-335.
  • Fawcus, Arnold: "William Blake's watercolour designs illustrating Gray's poems - and Mr Mellon." Connoisseur (London) 179 (1972), 10-14.
  • Ferguson, John: "Gray and Catullus". Notes and Queries 25 (1978), 60-61.
  • Fisher, J.: "James Hammond and the Quatrain of Gray's Elegy". Modern Philology 32(3) (1935), 301-310.
  • Fisher, J.: "Shenstone, Gray, and the 'Moral Elegy'". Modern Philology 34(3) (1937), 273-294.
  • Foerster, Donald M.: "Thomas Gray". The Age of Johnson: essays presented to Chauncey Brewster Tinker. New Haven: Yale UP, 1949, 217-226.
  • Fogarasi, György: "Payments of Attention: Epitaphic Cash Flow in Gray and Wordsworth". Balfour, Robert J., ed., Culture, Capital and Representation. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010, 67-82.
  • Foladare, Joseph: "Gray's 'Frail Memorial' to West". Herbert W. Starr (ed.): Twentieth century interpretations of Gray's Elegy. A collection of critical essays. Twentieth century interpretations series. Englewood Cliffs N. J.: Prentice-Hall, 1968, 112-114.
  • Foley, T. P.: "A Source for Gray's Mute 'Inglorious Milton'". Notes and Queries 31 (229)(3) (Sep. 1984), 397.
  • Fontana, Ernest: "Gray's Elegy and Browning's 'Apparent Failure'". Victorian Newsletter 89 (Spring 1996), 29-31.
  • Ganf, T. A.: "K voprosu o vzgliadakh Tomasa Greia na poëziiu: iz istorii angliiskoo poëzii XVIII v. (Thomas Gray's views on poetry: history of eighteenth-century English poetry.)" Realizm v zarubezhnykh literaturakh XIX i XX vekov (Saratov Univ., Saratov, USSR) 1979(6), 186-191.
  • Garrison, James D.: "Thomas Gray's Elegy in Russian Translation". Babel: Revue Internationale de la Traduction 51(1) (2005), 49-61.
  • Garrison, James D.: "Pietoso stile: Italian Translations of Gray's Elegy to 1900". Modern Language Notes 121(1) (Jan 2006), 167-186.
  • Garrod, H. W.: "Note on the Composition of Gray's Elegy". Essays on the Eighteenth Century Presented to David Nichol Smith. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1945, 111-116.
  • George, David B.: "An Etymological Reading of Thomas Gray's 'Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cat'". Classical Journal 82(4) (Apr.-May 1987), 329-330.
  • Gesalí, Esteban Pujals: "Neoclassical Avant-Garde: Thomas Gray's Poems and Letters". Philip C. Sutton (ed. and introd.), Betwixt-and-Between: Essays in Liminal Geography. Madrid: Gateway, 2002, 87-99.
  • Gilmore, Thomas B., Jr.: "Allusion and Melancholy in Gray's 'Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College'". Papers on Language and Literature: A Journal for Scholars and Critics of Language and Literature 15 (1979), 52-58.
  • Glazier, Lyle: "Gray's Elegy: 'The Skull Beneath the Skin'". Herbert W. Starr (ed.): Twentieth century interpretations of Gray's Elegy. A collection of critical essays. Twentieth century interpretations series. Englewood Cliffs N. J.: Prentice-Hall, 1968, 33-40.
  • Gleckner, Robert F.: "Blake, Gray, and the Illustrations". Criticism: A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts 19 (1977), 118-140.
  • Goodison, J. W.: "A Silhouette of Thomas Gray by the Rev. Francis Mapletoft". Apollo 48(283) (1948), 66.
  • Goodridge, John: "'Three cheers for mute ingloriousness!': Gray's Elegy in the poetry of John Clare". Critical Survey (New York; Oxford) 11(3) (1999), 11-20.
  • Gorji, Mina: "Burns's sentiments: Gray, Milton and To a Mountain-Daisy". Sergeant, David and Fiona Stafford (eds.): Burns and other poets. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2012, 67-79. [Find it in WorldCat]
  • Grant, Sarabeth Ann: "Historical Representation, Commemoration, and Burying the Dead: Writing History in Thomas Gray's 'Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard'". CLIO: A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History 45(2) (2016), 137-157.
  • Grant, Sarabeth Ann: "Returning to Eton: Writing History and Temporality in Thomas Gray's 'Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College'". Papers on Language and Literature: A Journal for Scholars and Critics of Language and Literature 53(2) (2017), 132-165.
  • Greene, Donald: "The Proper Language of Poetry: Gray, Johnson, and Others". James Downey and Ben Jones (eds.): Fearful Joy: Papers from the Thomas Gray Bicentenary Conference at Carleton University, 1971. Montreal: McGill-Queen's UP, 1974, 85-102.
  • Greene, Richard Leighton: "Gray's 'Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard,' 31-32". Explicator 24 (1966), item 47.
  • Gregory, Ian N. and David Cooper: "Thomas Gray, Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Geographical Information Systems: a literary GIS of two Lake District tours". International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing 3(1-2) (2009), 61-84.
  • Gregory, Ian N. and David Cooper: "Mapping the English Lake District: a literary GIS". Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 36(1) (January 2011), 89-108.
  • Griffin, Dustin: "Gray's Audiences". Essays in Criticism: A Quarterly Journal of Literary Criticism 28 (1978), 208-215.
  • Griffin, M. H.: "Thomas Gray, Classical Augustan". Classical Journal (1940), 473.
  • Grossman, Carol: "The Trianon Press's William Blake's Water-Colour Designs for the Poems of Thomas Gray". Printing History 21(1) (41)(2001), 19-24, 29-31, 33-36.
  • Guilhamet, Leon M.: "Imitation and Originality in the Poems of Thomas Gray". Paul J. Korshin, Proceedings of the Modern Language Association Neoclassicism Conferences 1967-1968. New York: AMS Press, 1970, 33-52.
  • Guthke, Karl S.: "Die erste Übersetzung von Grays 'Elegy'?". Arcadia: Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft 10 (1975), 180-183.
  • Haggerty, George E.: "'The Voice of Nature' in Gray's Elegy". Claude J. Summers (ed.), Homosexuality in Renaissance and Enlightenment England: Literary Representations in Historical Context. New York: Harrington Park, 1992, 199-214.
  • Haggerty, George E.: "O-lachrymarum-fons - Thomas Gray: Tears, poetry and desire in Gray". Eighteenth Century Studies 30(1) (Fall 1996), 81-95.
  • Haggerty, George E.: "Horace Walpole's epistolary friendships". British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 29(2) (2006), 201-218.
  • Hagstrum, Jean H.: "Gray's Sensibility". James Downey and Ben Jones (eds.): Fearful Joy: Papers from the Thomas Gray Bicentenary Conference at Carleton University, 1971. Montreal: McGill-Queen's UP, 1974, 6-19.
  • Hamada, Kazuie: "Thomas Gray: Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard - A Comparison with Country Teacher by Katai Tayama". Journal of Kyoritsu Women's Junior College 34 (Feb. 1991), 1-14.
  • Hartog, Curt: "Psychic Resolution in Gray's 'Elegy'". Literature and Psychology 25 (1975), 5-16.
  • Haven, Richard: "Some Perspectives in Three Poems by Gray, Wordsworth, and Duncan". George Bornstein (ed.), Romantic and Modern: Revaluations of Literary Tradition. Pittsburgh: U. of Pittsburgh P., 1977, 69-88.
  • Hawes, Clement: "Johnson's Cosmopolitan Nationalism". Philip Smallwood (ed.), Johnson Re-Visioned: Looking Before and After. Lewisburg: Bucknell UP, 2001, 37-63.
  • Henstra, Froukje: "The problem of small numbers: methodological issues in social network analysis". Ingrid Tieken-Boon van Ostade and Wim van der Wurff (eds.), Current Issues in Late Modern English. Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang, 2009, 361-390. [Discusses the correspondence of Gray, Walpole, West, and Ashton.]
  • Hess, Scott: "'Approach and Read': Gray's Elegy, Print Culture, and Authorial Identity". Age of Johnson: A Scholarly Annual 13 (2002), 207-237. Also, slightly revised, Scott Hess, Authoring the Self: Self-Representation, Authorship, and the Print Market in British Poetry from Pope through Wordsworth, New York & London: Routledge, 2005, 109-132.
  • Hicks, Malcolm: "Gray Among the Victorians". W. B. Hutchings and William Ruddick (eds.): Thomas Gray: Contemporary Essays. Liverpool English texts and studies, [25]. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 1993, 248-269.
  • Hinnant, Charles H.: "Changing Perspectives on the Past: The Reception of Thomas Gray's The Bard". Clio: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History 3 (1974), 315-329.
  • Hogle, Jerrold E.: "Elegy and the Gothic: the common grounds". Karen Weisman (ed.): The Oxford Handbook of The Elegy. Oxford: OUP, 2010, chapter 32, 565-584.
  • Hook, LaRue Van: "New Light on the Classical Scholarship of Thomas Gray". American Journal of Philology 57 (1936), 1-9.
  • Huehn, Peter: "Wirklichkeit und Bedeutung im Gedicht: Die Dichtergestalt als Medium der Realitätsvermittlung bei Carew und Gray". Hans Heinrich Freitag and Peter Hühn (eds.), Literarische Ansichten der Wirklichkeit: Studien zur Wirklichkeitskonstitution in englischsprachiger Literatur: To Honour Johannes Kleinstück. Frankfurt: Lang, 1980, 89-122.
  • Huehn, Peter: "Outwitting Self-Consciousness: Self-Reference and Paradox in Three Romantic Poems". English Studies: A Journal of English Language and Literature 72(3) (Jun. 1991), 230-245.
  • Huehn, Peter: "Thomas Gray: 'Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard'". Peter Hühn and Jens Kiefer, The Narratological Analysis of Lyric Poetry: Studies in English Poetry from the Sixteenth to the Twentieth Century. Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2005, 79-94.
  • Hurley, Michael D. and Michael O'Neill: "Thomas Gray". Hurley, Michael D. and Michael O'Neill, Poetic Form: an introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2012, 109-111.
  • Hutchings, W. B.: "Syntax of Death: Instability in Gray's 'Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard'". Studies in Philology 81(4) (Fall 1984), 496-514.
  • Hutchings, W. B.: "Thomas Gray: Past Criticism and the Present Volume". W. B. Hutchings and William Ruddick (eds.): Thomas Gray: Contemporary Essays. Liverpool English texts and studies, [25]. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 1993, 1-12.
  • Hutchings, W. B.: "Conversations with a Shadow: Thomas Gray's Latin Poems to Richard West". Studies in Philology 92(1) (Winter 1995), 118-139.
  • Huxley, Hebert H.: "A Latin Poem of the Poet Gray". Proceedings of the Pacific Northwest Conference on Foreign Languages 20 (1969), 166-170.
  • Illiano, Antonio: "From Gray's Elegy to Foscolo's Carme: Highlighting the Meditation and Sublimation of the 'Sepulchral'". Symposium: A Quarterly Journal in Modern Literatures 47(2) (Summer 1993), 117-131.
  • Jack, Ian: "Gray's Elegy Reconsidered". Frederick W. Hilles and Harold Bloom (eds.): From Sensibility to Romanticism: Essays Presented to Frederick A. Pottle. New York: Oxford UP, 1965, 139-169. [Also Herbert W. Starr (ed.): Twentieth century interpretations of Gray's Elegy. A collection of critical essays. Twentieth century interpretations series. Englewood Cliffs N. J.: Prentice-Hall, 1968, 88-108.]
  • Jack, Ian: "Gray in his Letters". James Downey and Ben Jones (eds.): Fearful Joy: Papers from the Thomas Gray Bicentenary Conference at Carleton University, 1971. Montreal: McGill-Queen's UP, 1974, 20-36.
  • Jackson, Wallace: "Thomas Gray: Drowning in Human Voices". Criticism. A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts 28(4) (Fall 1986), 361-377.
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