David Jones, 'Map of Themes in the Artist's Mind' (1943) (aka 'A Genealogy of Myth')
The following consists of a basic compilation of online sources available that might be helpful in the study of David Jones's life and work. A project is underway to provide a comprehensive online bibliography of all of Jones's own works (visual art, poetry, essays and letters), secondary critical sources and archival holdings.
N.B. See the website of the David Jones Research Center (Takoma Park, Maryland, USA) for information about their events and activities, including a yearly Jones seminar, the David Jones Digital Archive, and more: www.davidjonesresearch.org
Digitised Images(visual art and archival material)
*Jones owned several translations, including this one. **Jones owned the 1888 Stephens translation. ^n.b. Jones would have been most familiar and most influenced by Fr. John O'Connor's translation, The Philosophy of Art, printed at Ditchling in 1923, although subsequent translations have been a more faithful rendering of Maritain's work, such as Scanlan's 1930 translation, of which Jones also had a copy, or this one from 1955. ^^n.b. Jones's own copy is The Mystery of Faith and Human Opinion Contrasted and Defined from 1934, so there are a few differences but much of the substance of the text is the same.