Table of contents for The unknown Hieronymus Bosch / Kurt Falk.

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Introduction 	viii
Author's note 	xviii
The Early Period 		
The Seven Deadly Sins and the Four Last Things (Madrid) 	2
The Cure of Folly (Madrid and Amsterdam) 	4
The Conjurer (St. Germain-en-Laye) 	6
The Adoration of the Magi (Rotterdam and New York)	8
Christ Among the Doctors (Paris and Florence) 	9
Epiphany (Philadelphia) 	10
The Marriage at Cana (Rotterdam)	11
Ecce Homo (Frankfurt)	12	
Death of the Miser (Washington)	13
Christ Carrying the Cross (Vienna and Madrid)	14
The Flood (Rotterdam)	16
Visions of the Hereafter (Venice)	18
The Middle Period	
The Haywain (Madrid)	20
Ship of Fools (Paris)	24
Allegory of Gluttony and Lust (New Haven)	25
The Temptation of St. Anthony (Lisbon)	26
The Last Judgment (Vienna)	30
St. Jerome/James in Prayer (Ghent)	34
Altarpiece of the Hermit Saints (Venice)	35	
Altarpiece of St. Julia (Venice)	36
Christ on the Cross (Brussels)	37
The Group of Bearers of Mankind	
John the Baptist in the Wilderness (Madrid)	38
St. Christopher (Rotterdam)	40
John the Evangelist on Patmos (Berlin)	42
The Epiphany Triptych (Madrid)	44
The Temptation of St. Anthony (Madrid)	48
The Last Judgment (Cairo)	50
The Late Works	
The Garden of Celestial Delights (Madrid)	60
The Last Judgment (Bruges)	68
Fragment of a Last Judgment (Munich)	71
The Prodigal Son (Rotterdam)	72
The Adoration of the Holy Child (Cologne)	73
Christ Crowned with Thorns (London and Madrid)	74
Christ Before Pilate (Princeton)	76
Christ Bearing the Cross (Ghent)	77
Hieronymus Bosch's Conception of the World	
The origin and authenticity of The Last Judgment in Cairo	78
Problems of chronology	79
The chronology and its consequences	80
Hieronymus Bosch's method of depiction	81
Hieronymus Bosch's sources, the contemporary painters, and his influence	84
Hieronymus Bosch as the father of surrealism
(Or: The misinterpretation of a world view)	84
Imaginations or decadent visions?	85
Hieronymus Bosch's conception of the world	86
The Fivefold Image of the Human Being	
In the Hortus Deliciarum and The Last Judgment in Cairo	90
The fivefold nature of the St. Anthony Altarpiece	91
The fivefold division as temporal threshold	92
The fivefold division as lack of ego-the anti-"I"	93
The fivefold division in the affairs of Bosch's time: the empty ego falls prey to demons	94
The fivefold division in relation to the creation and the elements of human nature	94
The fivefold division and the counterimage to the wisdom of the future the false epiphany	95
Other aspects of the fivefold division	95
The Leitmotif of the Treeman Imagination	
The tree of knowledge and the earth-brain- the paradisiacal archetype of the Treeman Imagination	96
The motif of the Treeman in Hieronymus Bosch's work- The tree as bearer of the "I"	97
The Treeman in mythology	99
The Treeman in Pieter Bruegel the Elder (1520-1569)	100
The new imagination of the Treeman	102
The Self-portraits of Hieronymus Bosch	102
Jacob Almaengin, Grand Master and Source of Inspiration	105
Bibliography	108
Index of Works	110

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Bosch, Hieronymus, d. 1516 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Soul in art.