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.
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*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.