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Lilith Bibliography

    The original version of this bibliography was put together by Thomas R. W. Longstaff ([email protected]), drawing partly from responses to a query on the ioudaios discussion group ([email protected]). I have formatted it for the Web. In addition to bibliography, some of the original respondants also sent comments and suggestions which I have included (notes, including my own, are hover style). I have also merged in Alejandro González ‘s bibliography. In addition to these sources, I have added a good deal of material myself over time. If you don’t see something that you think should be here, please bring it to my attention.[AH, e-mail at bottom of page].

    A & E Home Entertainment. Mysteries Of The Bible, DVD. 1994-1998. comment
    Abarbanel, Nitzah. Eve and Lilith [Havah ve-Lilit], Bene-Brak: Bar-Ilan University Press. 1994. comment

    Ahrens, W. Hebräische Amulette mit magischen Zahlenquadraten. Berlin, 1916.

    Albright, William F. “An Aramaean Magical Text in Hebrew from the Seventh Century B.C.” Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research. 76 (Dec. 1939), pp. 15-18. comment

    Bacher, Wilhelm. “Lilith, Königin von Smargad”, Monatschrift für Geschichte und Wissenschaft des Judenstums 19 (1870): 187-189. Breslau.

    Bailey, Lloyd R. Biblical Perspectives on Death (Overtures to biblical theology). Overtures to Biblical Theology, 5, Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1979. comment

    Baring, Anne & Cashford, Jules. The Myth of the Goddess: Evolution of an Image . London: New York, N.Y., Arkana, 1993. comment

    Baumgarten, Joseph M. Revue de Qumran (1992): comment

    Biggs, Mark. The Case For Lilith. Samson Books, 2010.

    Bitton, Michèle. “Le mythe juif de Lilith [microform]: de la feminite demoniaque au feminisme. [The Jewish myth of Lilith: demonic femininity within feminism].” Doctoral dissertation (Universite de Provence, Aix en Provence), 1988.

    —-. “Déchiffrement d’une Amulette Juive du XXème Siècle pour la Protection du Nouveau-né et de la Parturiente [Interpretation of a 20th c. Jewish amulet for the protection of newborns and the parturition]” comment

    Bornay, Erika. Las Hijas De Lilith Lilith’s Daughters. Madrid: Cátedra, 1990.

    Bril, Jacques. Lilith, ou, La mere obscure Lilith, or the Dark Mother. Paris: Payot, 1981.

    Budge, E.A. Wallis. Amulets and Superstitions: The Original Texts With Translations and Descriptions of a Long Series of Egyptian, Sumerian, Assyrian, Hebrew, Christian , Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1930. [pp. 212-238, 283-4.]

    Cantor (Zuckoff), Aviva. “The Lilith Question.” Lilith. 1 (1976) (Also in On Being a Jewish Feminist. Susannah Heschel, ed. New York: Schocken Books, 1983.)

    Cavendish, Richard. Powers of Evil: In Western Religion, Magic and Folk Belief . New York: Putnam, 1975.

    —-. Man, Myth and Magic: An Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Supernatural (24-Vol. Set). Marshall Cavendish Corp. New York. 1972. vol 12. p. 1631.

    Cheyne, T.K. & Sutherland, eds. “Lilith”. Encylopaedia Biblica. London, 1902.

    Cirlot, J. E. Dictionary of Symbols. S.l.: Routledge, 1971. comment

    Colonna, M. T.. Lilith e la luna nera e l’eros Rifutato [Lilith the black moon and eros rejected(?)], Florence, 1980.

    —-. “Lilith, or the Black Moon.” Journal of Analytical Psychology, Oct 1980: 325-50.

    Couchaux, Brigitte. “Lilith.” In Brunel, Pierre, Dictionnaire des Myths Littéraires. Paris: Éditions du Rocher, 1988.
    [English tr.: Companion to Literary Myths, Heroes and Archetypes, London and New York: Routledge, 1992].

    Creuzer. Symbolik Und Mythologie Der Alten Völker, Besonders Der Griechen (German Edition), Leipzig and Darmstad, 1840/1. (reprinted: Hildesheim, Zürich and New York, 1990.)

    Dan, Joseph. The Hebrew story in the Middle Ages. Jerusalem, 1974.

    —. “Samael, Lillith and the Concept of Evil in the Early Kabbalah”. AJSreview 5 (1980): 17-40.

    — (Yosef). Ha-sippur Ha-‘ivri Biyme Ha-Beynayim =: The Hebrew Story in the Middle Ages. Jerusalem: Keter, 1974.

    Dan, Joseph and Kiener, Ronald. “Treatise on the Left Emanation (by Isaac b. Jacob ha-Kohen”. In The Early Kabbalah (Classics of Western Spirituality) . New York: Paulist Press, 1986: 165-182.

    Dame, Enid, Lilly Rivlin, and Henny Wenkart. Which Lilith?: Feminist Writers Re-Create the World’s First Woman. Northvale, N.J: Jason Aronson, 1998. comment

    Daton, Lois. Lilith, the planet of the doodler, Including an Ephemeris. Privately Printed, 1977.

    Dijkstra, Bram. Idols of Perversity: Fantasies of Feminine Evil in Fin-de-Siècle Culture. New York: Oxford U. Press, 1986. comment

    Edwards, Allen. The Jewel in the Lotus: A historical Survey of the Sexual Culture of the East. New York: Julian Press, 1962. comment

    Eisenstadt, J. D., ed. Ozar Midrashim, a Library of Two Hundred Minor Midrashim. 2 volumes. [IN HEBREW]. Israel, n.d.

    Farber, Walter, ed. Schlaf Kindchen Schlaf: Mesopotamische Baby-Beschworungen Und Rituale. Mesopotamian Civilizations, 2. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1989.

    Farrar, Janet & Stewart. The Witches’ Goddess: The Feminine Principle of Divinity. London: Robert Hale, 1995.

    Figes, Eva. Patriarchal Attitudes: Women in Society. London: Faber, 1970. comment

    Frankfort, Henri. “The Burney Relief.” AfO 12 (1937). Pp. 128-35.
    Gaines, Janet Howe. “Lilith: Seductress, Heroine or Murderer?” Biblical Archaeology Review On-line (

    Gaster, Moses. “Beiträge zur vergleichende Sagen- und Märchenkunde. X. Lilith und die drei Angel”, Monatschrift für Geschichte und Wissenschaft des Judenstum 29 (1880): 553-565. Breslau.

    —. “Two Thousand Years of a Charm against the Child-Stealing Witch.” Folk-Lore 11 (1900): 129-161.

    —. Ma’aseh Book : Book of Jewish Tales and Legends (2 volumes in one) 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1934.

    Gaster, Theodor Herzl. “A Canaanite Magical Text.” Orientalia, 11. Rome: Pontificium Institutum Biblicum, 1942. Pp. 41-79.
    —. The Dead Sea Scriptures. Garden City, NY: Anchor Press, 1976. Pp. 371-373, 504.
    Geller, Markham J. “Eight Incantation Bowls.” Orientalia lovaniensia periodica, 17. Leuven, Instituut voor Orientalistiek, 1986. Pp. 101-17.
    George, Demetra, and Douglas Bloch. Asteroid Goddesses: The Mythology, Psychology, and Astrology of the Re-Emerging Feminine. San Diego, Calif: ACS Publications, 1986.

    Ginzberg, Louis. The legends of the Jews. Translated by Henrietta Szold, Paul Radin and Boaz Cohen. Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1909-1938. [I: 65; V: 87 ss, 147-8; VI: 289] (also: New York: Simon and Schuster, 1956.)

    González Terriza, Alejandro Arturo. “Isis, Lilith, Gello: Three Ladies of Darkness” comment

    Gordon, Cyrus H. “Aramaic Magical Bowls in the Istanbul and Bahgdad Museums.” Archiv Orientální, 6 (1934): 319-34. Praha.

    Gottleib, Lynn. “The First Tale.” In Taking the Fruit: Modern Women’s Tales of the East, ed. Janes Sprague Zones. 17-21. San Diego: Woman’s Institute for Continuing Jewish Education, 1989.

    Gonzalo Rubio, Concepción. La angeología en la literatura ab ínica y sefardí, Barcelona: Ameller, 1977. [Pp. 25, 50-52, 54-55.]

    Gourmont, Remy de. Lilith; suivi de Théodat Quatriéme Édition (French Edition). Paris: Societe du Mercure de France, 1906.

    Gravelaine, Joêum;lle de. La Déèsse sauvage : Les Divinités féminines, mères et prostituées, magiciennes et initiatrices St-Jean-de-Braye : Dangles, 1993.

    —-. Lilith, Der Schwarze Mond: Die Große Göttin im Horoskop. Astrodata, 1990.
    —-. Le retour de Lilith: la lune noire. Paris: L’Espace bleu/Hachette, 1985.

    Graves, Robert. The Greek Myths: Complete Edition. New York: Penguin Books, 1960.

    Graves, Robert and Raphael Patai. The Hebrew Myths: The Book of Genesis. Garden City: Doubleday, 1964.
    [Spanish tr.: Los Mitos Hebreos (Spanish Edition). Tr. y Luis Echávarri. Madrid: Alianza, 1986.]

    Grenn-Scott, Deborah, and Cosi Fabian. Lilith’s Fire : Reclaiming Our Sacred Lifeforce Parkland, Fla.: Universal Publishers/, 2000.

    Griessel, Loura & Martina Kotze. “The Feminine and the Masculine in the Development of the Self in Women-A Post-Jungian Perspective.” Women’s Studies, 38, no. 2 (2009): 183-212. Taylor & Francis

    Grudin, Peter D. The Demon-Lover: The Theme of Demoniality in English and Continental Fiction of the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries (Harvard Dissertations). New York: Garland, 1987.

    Gustafson, Fred. The Black Madonna. Boston: Sigo Press, 1990.

    Hammer, Jill. Sisters At Sinai: New Tales Of Biblical Women. Philadelphia, PA: Jewish Publication Society, 2001.

    Handy, Lowell K. “Lilith”. The Anchor Bible Dictionary 6-Volume Prepack: (contains one copy of each volume). New York: Doubleday, 1992. Vol. 4, p. 324f.

    Heidel, Alexander. The Gilgamesh Epic and Old Testament Parallels. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1949.

    Heschel, Susannah, ed. On Being a Jewish Feminist. New York: Schocken Books, 1983.

    Hufford, David. The Terror That Comes in the Night: An Experience-Centered Study of Supernatural Assault Traditions. Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 1982. comment

    Hunter, M. Kelley. Black Moon Lilith San Diego, CA.: Astro Communications, 2000.

    Hunter, M. Kelley. Living Lilith: Four Dimensions of the Cosmic Feminine Bournemouth, England : Wessex Astrologer Ltd., 2009.

    Hurwitz, Siegmund. Lilith, die erste Eva: Eine Studie uber dunkle Aspekte des Weiblichen [German Edition]. Zurich: Daimon Verlag, 1980, 1993.
    [English tr.: Lilith-The First Eve: Historical and Psychological Aspects of the Dark Feminine. Translated by Gela Jacobson. Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag, 1992.]

    Isbell, Charles D. Corpus of the Aramaic Incantation Bowls. SBL Dissertation Series, No. 17, Missoula, MT: Scholars Press, 1975. comment

    Jacobsen, Thorkild. The Sumerian King List. Chicago, Ill: University of Chicago Press, 1939.

    Jacoby, Jay. Selected resources for the study of the legends of the Golem and Lilith. Unknown, 1984.

    Jay, Delphine. Interpreting Lillith. Tempe, AZ: American Federation of Astrologers, 1981

    Kaye, Marvin, and Saralee Kaye. Devils and Demons: A Treasury of Fiendish Tales Old & New New York: Doubleday, 1987

    Killen, A. M. “La légende de Lilith”, Revue de littérature comparée 12 (1932): 277-311.

    Koltuv, Barbara Black. The Book of Lilith. York Beach, ME: Nicolas-Hays, 1986.

    Kraeling, Emil Gottlieb Heinrich. “A Unique Babylonian Relief.” BASOR, 67 (1937). Pp. 16-18.
    Krämer, K. “Babylonisches Gut in syrischen Zaubertexten.” Mitteilungen der Altorientalischen Gesellschaft 4 (1928/9): 110-4. comment

    Kramer, Samuel Noah. ” Gilgamesh And The Huluppu-Tree: A Reconstructed Sumerian Text.” Originally: Assyriological Studies of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago 10. Chicago: 1938.
    —-. Sumerian Mythology: A Study of Spiritual and Literary Achievement in the Third Millennium B.C.. New York: Harper, 1961.
    Also as e-book:;=1&bookid;=17336.

    Krappe, A. H. “The Birth of Eve.” In Occident and Orient: Gaster Anniversary Volume, ed. B. Schindler. 312-322. London: Taylor’s Foreign Press, 1936.

    Lacks, Roslyn. Women and Judaism: Myth, history, and struggle. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1980.

    Lambert, W. L. (G.?). “Inscribed Pazuzu Heads from Babylon.” Forschungen und Berichte 10. Berlin: Akademie-Verlag, 1958. Pp. 41-47
    Lassner, Jacob. Demonizing the Queen of Sheba: Boundaries of Gender and Culture in Postbiblical Judaism and Medieval Islam (Chicago Studies in the History of Judaism), Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1993.

    Levi, Israel. “Lilit et Lilin.” REJ, 68 (1914):15-21.

    Long, Asphodel P. In a Chariot Drawn by Lions: the search for the female in deity. Freedom, CA: Crossing Press, 1993. comment

    Martinez, Florentino Garcia. The Dead Sea Scrolls Translated: The Qumran Texts in English. Leiden ; New York : E.J. Brill ; Grand Rapids : W.B. Eerdmans, 1996.

    Matt, Daniel Chanan, ed. Zohar: The Book of Enlightenment (Classics of Western Spirituality). New York: Paulist Press, 1983.

    Meissner, Bruno. Babylonien und Assyrien. Heidelberg, C. Winter, 1920-25. ii. 201.
    Midrash Rabbah (10 Vol. Set). London & Bournemouth: Soncino Press, 1939.

    Milgrom, J. “Some Second Thoughts About Adam’s First Wife.” In Genesis 1-3 in the History of Exegesis, ed. G. Robbins. Lewiston, ME: Edwin Mellen, 1988.

    Montgomery, James Alan. Aramaic Incantation Texts from Nippur (Cambridge Library Collection – Spiritualism and Esoteric Knowlege). University of Pennsylvania. The Museum. Publications of the Babylonian section, vol. 3. Philadelphia, University museum, 1913. comment
    —. “Some Early Amulets from Palestine.” JOAS, 31 (1911): 272-81.

    Naveh, Joseph and Paul Shaked. Amulets and Magic Bowls: Aramaic Incantations of Late Antiquity. Jerusalem: Magnes Press, Hebrew University, 1985. comment

    —-. Magic Spells and Formulae: Aramaic Incantations of Late Antiquity. Jerusalem: Magnes Press, Hebrew University, 1993.

    Nitzan, Bilhah. Qumran Prayer and Religious Poetry (Studies on the Texts of the Desert of Judah) (Studies of the Texts of Thedesert of Judah). Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1994. comment

    Opitz, Dietrich. “Ausgrabungen und Forschungsreisen: Ur.” AfO 8 (1932). Pp. 328-31.

    Page, Michael F, and Robert R. Ingpen. Encyclopedia of Things That Never Were: Creatures, Places, and People. New York, N.Y: Viking, 1987.

    Paglia, Camille. Sexual Personae: Art and Decadence from Nefertiti to Emily Dickinson. New York: Vintage, 1991.

    Patai, Raphael. Adam ve-Adama [Man and Earth]. Jerusalem: The Hebrew Press Association, 1941-1942.

    —. Gates to the Old City. Detroit: Wayne State Universtiy Press, 1981.

    —. The Hebrew Goddess 3rd Enlarged Edition. Third Enlarged edition. New York: KTAV Publishing House, 1978. (Also: Wayne State University Press, 1990.) comment

    Pereira, Filomena M. Lilith: The Edge of Forever. (Woman in History, V. 18) Las Colinas, TX: Ide House, 1998.

    Pirani, Alix, ed. The Absent Mother: Restoring the Goddess of Judaism and Christianity. Harpercollins, 1991. comment

    Plaskow, Judith. “The Coming of Lilith: Toward a Feminist Theology.” In Womanspirit Rising: A Feminist Reader in Religion, ed. Judith Plaskow and Carol Christ. New York: Harper and Row, 1979a.
    As well as Plaskow, Judith, and Donna Berman. The Coming of Lilith: Essays on Feminism, Judaism, and Sexual Ethics, 1972-2003. Boston: Beacon Press, 2005.

    Pritchard, James B., ed. Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating to the Old Testament with Supplement. Princeton, New Jersy: Princeton Universit5y Press, 1969. P. 658.

    Raewyn, The. “The Sin of Independence: Milton’s Female Characters.” comment

    Rappoport, Angelo S. Myth and Legend of Ancient Israel, with an Introduction and Additional Notes by Raphael Patai, 3 vols. New York: Ktav, 1966. (Reprinted: London: Senate, 1995, 2 vols; I: 77-79.)

    Redgrove, Peter. The Black Goddess and the Sixth Sense. Bloomsbury, 1987. (Also Paladin, 1989.)

    Reilly, Patricia L. A God Who Looks Like Me. New York: Ballantine Books, 1995. comment

    Ribichini, Sergio. “Lilith nell-albero Huluppu.” Atti del l° Convegno Italiano sul Vicino Oriente Antico (Roma, 22-24 Aprile 1976). Orientis Antiqvi Collectio 13. Rome. Pp. 25-33.

    Rigney, Barbara Hill. Lilith’s Daughters: Women and Religion in Contemporary Fiction. Madison: U of Wisconsin, 1982.

    Rosen, Michael, and David Widgery. The Chatto Book of Dissent. London: Chatto & Windus, 1991.

    Schäfer, P. “Jewish Magic in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages.” Journal of Semitic Studies 41 (1990): 75-91.

    Scholem, Gershom. Kabbalah. Jerusalem, 1974.
    [Spanish tr.: Grandes temas y personalidades de la Cábala, Barcelona: Riopiedras, 1994.]

    —. “Lilith.” In Encyclopedia Judaica. Jerusalem, 1972. Pp. 245-249.

    Schrire, Theodore. Hebrew Magic Amulets: Their Decipherment and Interpretation, London: Routledge & K. Paul, 1966.

    Schorr, O.H. “Malachim, Shedim Umazzikim.” HeXaluz, 7 (1865): 16-22. (8 (1869): 3-16) Frankfort.

    Schwartz, Howard. Leaves from the Garden of Eden. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009.

    —-. Lilith’s Cave: Jewish Tales of the Supernatural. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989.

    —. “Mermaid and Siren: The Polar Roles of Lilith and Eve in Jewish Lore”. The Sagarin Review, Vol. 2, 1992, pp. 105-116.

    —. Reimagining the Bible: The Storytelling of the Rabbis. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998.
    Also internet resource:;=1&bookid;=23603.

    Scot, Reginald. The Discoverie of Witchcraft. New York: Da Capo Press, 1971.

    Schaafsma, Karen. “The Demon Lover: Lilith and the Hero in Modern Fantasy.” Exrapolation Spring 1987 Vol. 28, No. 1.

    Selbie, John A. “Lilith.” In A dictionary of the Bible – dealing with its language, literature, and contents, ed. James Hasting and John A. Selbie. Edinborough/New York: Scribners & sons, 1909.

    Senf, Carol A. Daughters of Lilith: An Analysis of the Vampire Motif in Nineteenth-Century English Literature. Thesis–State University of New York at Buffalo, 1979.

    Seraphim, Joshua. Aberrations in Sex Magic. Four volumes:
    Red Book: Aberrations in Sex Magic: Volume I: Principes de Convoitise, 2009.
    Red Book: Aberrations in Sex Magic: Volume II: sang royal, 2010
    Red Book: Aberrations in Sex Magic: Volume III: hashshashin tantra, 2010
    Red Book: Aberrations in Sex Magic Volume VI: Sleep of Siloam Le Sommeil de Siloé, 2010
    Leilah Publications, 2009-2010. comment

    —. The Lilith Monographs: Volume 1: Immaculata Leilah Publications, 2007

    —. The Lilith Monographs: Volume II: Lailah Leilah Publications, 2007

    Skinner, Stephen, and Sorita D’Este. Both Sides of Heaven: Essays on Angels, Fallen Angels and Demons. London: Avalonia, 2009.

    Sperling, Harry, Maurice Simon, and Paul P. Levertoff. Zohar: An English Translation (5 Volume set). London: Soncino Press, 1984.

    Starck, Marcia & Stern, Gynne. The Dark Goddess: Dancing With the Shadow. Freedom, CA: Crossing Press, 1993.

    Stern, David and Mirsky, Mark Jay. Rabbinic Fantasies: Imaginative Narratives from Classical Hebrew Literature (Yale Judaica Series). Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society, 1990. Pp. 183-184. comment

    Szpek, Heidi. Re-Imagining Eve and Adam: And Other Brief Essays iUniverse, 2002.

    Torczyner, H. “A Hebrew Incantation against Night-Demons from Biblical Times.” JNES 6 (1947). Pp. 18-29.
    Vermés, Géza. The Complete Dead Sea Scrolls in English (Penguin Classics) New York, N.Y., U.S.A. : Allen Lane/Penguin Press, 1997.

    Trachtenberg, Joshua. Jewish Magic and Superstition: A Study in Folk Religion (Forgotten Books). New York: Atheneum, 1982. (Also: New York: Meridia Books, 1961.) Orig. published 1939.

    Waite, Arthur Edward. The Holy Kabbalah; A Study of the Secret Tradition in Israel as unfolded by Sons of the Doctrine for the Benefit and Consolation of the Elect dispersed through the Lands and Ages of The Greater Exile. Secaucus, N.J.: Citadel Press, 1976.

    Weinberg, Judy “All You Ever Wanted to Know about Lilith! Lilith sources”. cite>Lilith [Magazine] 1 (1976).

    Whitmont, Edward C. Return of the Goddess. New York: Crossroad, 1982.

    Wilson-Ludlam, Mae R. Lilith Insight: New Light on the Dark Moon. Amer. Federation of Astrologers, 1979.

    Wolkstein, Diane and Kramer, Samuel Noah. Inanna, Queen of Heaven and Earth: Her Stories and Hymns from Sumer. Harper & Row, NY, 1983.

    Yassif, Eli. “Pseudo Ben Sira and the ‘Wisdom Questions’: Tradition in the Middle Ages.” Fabula 23 (1982): 48-63.

    —. Sippurey ben Sira be-yame ha Binayyim [The Tales of Ben Sira in the Middle Ages]. Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1984.

    Zoller, Israel. Lilith. Rome, 1926. (Reprinnt from Revista di Antropologia 27).

    —. “Lilith.” Filologische Schriften, 3 (1929): 121-42.

    Zlotowitz, Gedaliah, Yisroel Simcha Schorr, Chaim Malinowitz, Asher Dicker, and Nesanel Kasnett. Complete Full Size Schottenstein Edition of the Talmud English Volumes (73 Volume Set). Brooklyn, N.Y: Mesorah Publications, 2005. comment
    Of course if $2g is a little stiff for you this week, there’s the Kindle Samizdat Edition, or if your don’t have the next ten years to dedicate to reading it, you might go for an epitome like Norman Solomon, The Talmud: A Selection. London: Penguin, 2009.

    Fiction, Poetry and Art based on Lilith
    Or in which she plays a major role
    For poetry be sure to look at the poetry collection on this site.
    Anthony, Piers. Incarnations of Immortality. A series of novels which include:
    On a Pale Horse (Book 1). Del Rey, 1986
    Bearing An Hourglass (Book 2). Del Rey, 1985
    With a Tangled Skein (Book 3). Ballantine Books, 1986
    Wielding a Red Sword (Book 4). Del Rey, 1987
    Being a Green Mother (Book 5). Del Rey, 1988
    For Love of Evil (Book 6). Harper Voyager, 1990
    And Eternity (Book 7). Harper Voyager, 1991
    Under a Velvet Cloak (Book 8). Mundania Press, 2007
    Del Ray, Ballantine Books, Harper Voyager, Mundania Press1986-2007 comment
    Boyle, Darl MacLeod, Where Lilith Dances . [Poetry] New Haven:Yale, 1971 (1921)

    Brown, Robert G. The Book of Lilith [Raleigh, NC] :, 2006.

    Chadourne, Marc. Dieu Crea d’abord Lilith . Paris: Fayard, 1938. comment

    Chamberlin, Ann. Leaving Eden. New York: Forge, 1999.

    Collier, Ada L. Lilith: The Legend Of The First Woman [in Verse.]. D. Lothrop & Co.: Boston, 1885.

    Correa, Hugo. Donde Acecha La Serpiente. Santiago de Chile: Ediciones Occidente, 1988.

    Cunningham, Elaine. Lilith Unbound. Elkhorn, WI: Popcorn Press, 2008.

    Dame, Enid. Lilith and Her Demons (Review Woman Writers Chapbook Series : No 2). Merrick, NY: Cross-Cultural Communications, 1986.

    Emmert, Christine. Lilith. Dante’s Heart, 2011.

    Farmer, Penelope. Eve: Her Story. San Francisco: Mercury House, 1988

    Goethe, Johann W, and Hans G. Gräf. Goethes Faust (German). Leipzig: Inselverl, 1913.
    [E.T.: Goethe, Johann W, Walter Arndt, and Cyrus Hamlin. Faust: A Tragedy. New York: Norton, 2001.]

    Green, Simon R. Paths Not Taken (Nightside, Book 5). New York: Berkley Pub. Group, 2005 comment

    Gourmont, Remy de. Lilith; suivi de Théodat Quatriéme Édition (French Edition). Paris, 1892.
    [E.T.: Heard, John, tr, Lilith. Boston: John W. Luce Co., 1945.]

    Havis, Allan. Lilith. Broadway Play Pub., 1991.

    Hébert, Anne. Les Enfants du Sabbat. Paris: Éditions du Seuil, 1975. comment
    E.T. (I assume): Children of the Black Sabbath. New York: Crown Publishers, 1977.

    Heeley, David Anthony (1971-). Darkness and Light Trilogy
    Lilith, Book 1, 1996.
    Ronin, Book 2, 1997.
    St. Paul, MN: Llewellyn Publications, 1996, 1997. comment
    Hicks, Lonnie. The Gospel According to Lilith: Book one Transmorgrifcation. Lonnie Hicks Publishing, 2009. Or download for less money.

    Kogawa, Joy, and Lilian Broca. A Song of Lilith. Vancouver: Polestar Book Publishers, 2000.

    Krabbenhoft, D W. Cains Keeper. Seattle: Cortina Publications, 1989. comment

    Kugler, Thomas. Lilith: The Rock Opera (recording). True Classical, 2006.

    Le Compte, Eduard. I, Eve. New York: Atheneum, 1988.

    Corelli, Marie. The Soul of Lilith.. New York: Lovell, Coryell & Co., 1892. comment

    Levi, Primo, Ruth Feldman, & Brian Swann. Collected Poems: New Edition (Poetry). London: Faber and Faber. 1988.

    —-. Le Fabricant de miroirs : contes et réflexions LGF, 2001.
    [English tr.: The Mirror Maker: Stories and Essays New York: Schocken Books, 1989.

    —-. Lilit e Altri Racconti (Italian Edition), Turín, 1981.
    [Spanish tr.: Lilit Y Otros Relatos/lilit And Other Stories (Spanish Edition), Barcelona: Península, 1989]
    [French tr: Lilith, et autres nouvelles Liana Levi, 1987.]

    Menier, John, Anthony Davis, Allan Havis, Allan Havis, Alan Johnson, Cynthia Aaronson-Davis, Susan Narucki, Philip Larson, Jonah Davis, and Ruff Yeager. Lilith, the Opera. San Diego, CA: UCSDTV, 2010

    McDonald, George. Lilith: A Romance. Suzeteo Enterprises, 2010 [1895].
    Of course if you just want to read it, there’s the electronic version linked from the main page.

    Romulus, Maximus Lilith [Kindle Edition] Amazon Digital Services, 2010.

    Rossetti, Dante Gabriel and Jerome McGann (ed). Collected Poetry and Prose, Yale University Press, 2003.

    Sawyer, J. Daniel. Lilith, Metis, 2010.

    Serrano, Miguel. Nos Book of the Resurrection. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1984.

    Shaw, Bernard, (1856-1950). Back to Methuselah: A Metabiological Pentateuch . London: Constable and company ltd., 1927.

    Simpson, Elizabeth Leonie. I, Lilith. Brooklyn, N.Y.: The Smith, 1991.

    Singer, Isaac B. Gimpel the Fool and Other Stories. New York, NY: Farrar, Strau and Giroux, 2006. comment

    Sterling, George. Lilith; a dramatic poem . 1926.

    Traugott, Hannelore. Lilith,Eros Des Schwarzen Mondes. Wettswil [Switzerland]: Edition Astrodata, 1996.

    Williams, Charles (1886-1945). Descent into Hell. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1993, 1949.

    Wolfart-Zundel, Heidi, and Gu?nther Cherubini. Lilith: Der Geheimnisvolle Planet. Darmstadt: Schirner, 2007

    movie. Blood Ties [DVD]. Richard and Esther Shapiro Entertainment, Inc., 1991.

    movie. Tales From The Crypt Presents – Bordello Of Blood [DVD]. Universal, 1996.

    Lyndon, Sonja, and Sylvia Paskin (eds). The Dybbuk of Delight: An Anthology of Jewish Women’s Poetry. Nottingham: Five Leaves Publications in association with the European Jewish Publications Society, 1995. [ISBN: 0907123570]


    AfO Archiv für Orientforschung. Graz: Ernst Weidner, 1923-.
    BASOR Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research. Cambridge, MA: American Schools of Oriental Research, 1919-.
    JNES Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1942-.
    JOAS Journal of the American Orietal Society.
    REJ Revue des Etudes Juives.

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