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Empson, W (1931). The Learning of English.  Japan Chronicle.

Empson, W (1932). Basic English.  Japan Chronicle.

Empson, W (1932). A Choice of Words.  Japan Weekly Chronicle.

Empson, W (1933). Words with Meaning.  Japan Chronicle.

Empson, W (1933). A Point in Dispute.  Japan Weekly Chronicle.

Empson, W (1933). Out of One's Mind.  Japan Weekly Chronicle.

Empson, W (1932). Two Poems ['Homage to the British Museum' & 'Note on London Flora'].  Poetica11 (1), 2.

Empson, W (1932). Harold Monro.  The Rising Generation67 (5), 151.

Empson, W (1932). Marvell's "Garden".  Studies in English Literature12 (3), 363-368.

Empson, W (1932). Mrs. Dalloway.  The Rising Generation68 (6), 182-183.

Empson, W (1932). A Comparative Experiment in Text Simplification.  Bulletin of the Institute for Research in English Language Teaching88, 6-8.

Empson, W (1933). Letter to the editor.  Bulletin of the Institute for Research in English Language Teaching90, 6-8.

Empson, W (1933). Letter to the editor.  Bulletin of the Institute for Research in English Language Teaching91, 8.

Empson, W (1933). Letter to the editor.  Bulletin of the Institute for Research in English Language Teaching92, 7.

Empson, W (1933). Letter to the editor.  Bulletin of the Institute for Research in English Language Teaching96, 7.

Empson, W (1933). Letter to the editor.  Bulletin of the Institute for Research in English Language Teaching98, 10.

Empson, W (1932). Troilus and Cressida.  The Rising Generation67 (11), 366-367.

Empson, W (1933). T. E. Hulme's "Speculations".  The Rising Generation69 (1), 2-3.

Empson, W (1933). Proletarian Literature.  The Newer Spirit in British and American Literature2 (2), 6-7, 2 (3), 35-37, 2 (4), 20-23.

Eliot, T. (1933) Introduction. [T. S.] Eliot's literary theory, i.e., review of Eliot's Selected Essays.  (T. Kitamura, Trans.). Tokyo: Kinseidō.

Empson, W (1933). They That Have Power.  Studies in English Literature13 (4), 451-469.

Empson, W (1933). The Beggar's Opera.  The Rising Generation70 (3), 85-86, 70 (4), 121-293, 70 (5), 159-334, 70 (6), 187-368, 70 (7), 223-407, 70 (9), 292, 70 (10), 333, 70 (11), 367, 70 (12), 404.

Empson, W (1934). Arachne.  The Rising Generation70 (10), 325.

Empson, W (1934). Poems. Kinuta-mura, 'near Tokyo'. Fox & Daffodil Press.

Empson, W (1955). Reflections on Shakespeare. (Modern English literature: 60th Birthday collection for Professor Rintarō Fukuhara).  In [Unknown Book Title] (pp. 18-20). Tokyo: Kenkyūsha.

Empson, W (1981). Memorial feature for Fukuhara Rintarō.  The Rising Generation127 (3), 168.

Empson, W. (1934) Teaching Literature.  Bungei, 87-93 (S. Narita, Trans.).

Empson, W. (1938) Empson's poem 'Bacchus'.  The Rising Generation79 (9), 268-269 (T. Teranishi, Trans.).

Empson, W. (1938) Empson's poem 'Villanelle'.  The Rising Generation79 (10), 297-298 (T. Teranishi, Trans.).

Empson, W. (1938) Empson's poems (3): 'Villanella [sic], II' [i.e., 'Missing Dates'].  The Rising Generation79 (12), 370-371 (S. Takase & T. Teranishi, Trans.).

Empson, W. (1955) 'Aubade' dawn song.  V1 (4), 17-18 (T. Iida, Trans.).

Empson, W. (1959) Extracts from a selection of Empson's poems.  World poems collection 10, British collection 2, 389-392 (S. Narita, Trans.). Tokyo: Heibonsha.

Empson, W. (1963) Aubade.  Contemporary world poetry, vol. 5, 40-43 (M. Nakagiri, Trans.). Tokyo: Iiduka Shoten.

Empson, W. (1967) The theme of [Joyce's] Ulysses.  Contemporary reviews: Collection of world literature series 36: Twentieth Century literature, 95-118 (H. Izubuchi, Trans.). Tokyo: Shūeisha.

Empson, W. (1967) The English Dog' [chapter 7 of SCW].  World Literature6, 141-163 (S. Yamada, Trans.).

Empson, W. (1969) From Empson's Pastoral [SVP] 'Proletarian Literature'.  Modern thought, vol 7, 224-240 (Y. Katagiri, Trans.). Tokyo: Heibonsha.

Empson, W. (1965) [Excerpt from] STA [chapter VIII].  World poetry of stature: Anthology of modern British poetry criticism, vol. 3, 137-147 (J. Sawasaki & I. Andō, Trans.). Tokyo:Shisōsha.

Empson, W. (1972) Seven Types of Ambiguity.  (T. Hoshino & K. Takeshi, Trans.). Tokyo: Shichōsha.

Empson, W. (1974) Seven Types of Ambiguity.  (S. Iwasaki, Trans.). Tokyo: Kenkyūsha.

Empson, W. (1974) Donne the Space Man.  A collection of in world criticism 6: Contemporary poetry, 230-280 (Y. Takahashi, Trans.). Tokyo: Chikuma Shobo.

Empson, W. (1975) Volpone.  Chikuma World Literature Collection, vol. 18, classical drama, 417-429 (H. Izubuchi, Trans.). Tokyo: Chikuma Shobo.

Empson, W. (1978) 'Honest' in Othello: The word 'honest'.  Modern criticism collection, 172-212 (H. Izubuchi & H. Shinoda, Trans.). Tokyo: Shūeisha.

Empson, W. (1982) Some Versions of Pastoral.  (T. Shibata, Trans.). Tokyo: Kenkyūsha.

Empson, W., & Zhou, B. (1996). The Seven Types of Ambiguity. Chinese Art Academy Publishing Company.

Waseda University Empson Research Group (1972). Introduction to Empson: STA research and remarks, part 1.  Tokyo: Hokuseidō Shoten.

Hatakeyama, C., Saitō, C., & Hatakeyama, N. (2005). Elegy for a one-armed woman. Tokyo: Shinūsha.

Iwasaki, S (2005). The tension of the heart: Empson's poetic world.  Nagoya, 56.

Wu, X. (2001). Empson's Early Thoughts on Poetics and the New Criticism. Beijing Normal University.

Haffenden, J., & Zhang, J. (2016). William Empson, Volume I: Among the Mandarins. Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press.

Narita, S (1936). William Empson.  In Modern British literary criticism (pp. 348-365). Tokyo: Kenkyūsha.

Ishibashi, K., & Fukuhara, R. (1944). [I. A.] Richards' literary theory and Empson.  In English literary studies in Britain and the United States (pp. 38-43). Tokyo: Kenkyūsha.

Ogawa, K (1954). Empson and the division of poetry.  In New Criticism in American literature (pp. 60-87). Tokyo: Hayakawa Shobō.

Yamoto, T (1956). The technology of literary analysis: Empson.  In Contemporary British literary thought: Theories and techniques of criticism (pp. 303-332). Tokyo: Kenkyūsha.

Thwaite, A (1957). Muir, Graves & Empson.  In Essays on Contemporary English Poetry: Hopkins to the Present Day (pp. 135-151). Tokyo: Kenkyūsha.

Yoshida, K (1957). Richards, Empson, Leavis.  In Modern British literature (pp. 89-106). Tokyo: Tarumi Shobō.

Kawasaki, T (1965). Empson.  In Introduction to New Criticism (pp. 29-33). Tokyo: Kenkyūsha.

Irie, Y (1968). Unnamed "talk about Empson's home life".  In vol. V of Rintaro Fukuhara's Writings (pp. 348-365). Tokyo: Kenkyūsha.

Izubuchi, H., & Toyama, S. (1971). British criticism 5: 1930 and after.  In A course in British and American literary history 12 (pp. 159-210). Tokyo: Taishūkan Shoten.

Stanley Hyman [Edgar], . (1974) Empson's methodology.  William Empson and Categorical Criticism 10, (Y. Okamoto, Trans.). Tokyo: Taishūkan Shoten.

Saitō, C., & Naoko, H. (2005). Commentary and notes.  In Elegy for a one-armed woman (pp. 404-408). [東京:新風舎].

Shibata, T., & Tajima, M. (2006). Conflicting ambiguity: Empson's criticism.  In The joy of words: Beyond the culture of east and west (pp. 46-55). Tokyo: Nanundō.

Sunaga, T (2013). Synchronic meaning in Empson's 'Argufying'.  In Research in English culture: Papers commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Japan English Culture Society (pp. 129-141). Tokyo: Seibidō.

Wang, Z (1984). Between Chinese Literature and Foreign Literatures.  In [Unknown Book Title] (pp. 1-9). Jiangsu People's Press.

Contact Office of Beijing University Alumni Association (1988). The Melody of Whistles and Strings that Strikes One's Heart and Passion: Selected Works Commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversary of National Southwestern Associated University.  Chinese Literature and History Publishing House.

[Unknown Author] (1993). Poetry and Romanticism.  In [Unknown Book Title] (pp. 366-389). University of Science and Technology of China Publishing.

Ma, X. (1994). Empson’s Theory of Ambiguity and Wellek and Wallace’s Theory of Level Analyses.  In History of Western Literary Theories: A Revised Edition (pp. 424-426). Higher Education Publishing Company.

Xiao, G., Yao, Y., & Liu, H. (1996). A New Outline of Miscellaneous Notes.  In [Unknown Book Title] (pp. 692-693). Shanghai Bookstore Publishing House.

Yang, Z., & Liu Hongtao (1998). Empson: A Modern Metaphysical Poet.  In The Anatomy of Melancholy (pp. 252-280). Tianjin People's Press.

Zhao, R (2000). Remembering A British Modernist Poet: Sir Empson.  In  The Entangled Strings of Songs That Recalled One's Old Days of Travel – From Southwestern Associated University to Golden Late Falls: A Literary Record of Reminiscences  (pp. 24-45). Wenhui Publishing House.

Ge, G (2002). In Search of Cambridge Poet William Empson.  In Distant Sound Beyond the Mist: British Writers and Chinese Culture (pp. 360-378). Fujian Education Press.

Liu, Z (2003). Selected Works of Liu Zhaoji.  In [Unknown Book Title] (pp. 72-74). Southwestern Normal University Press.

Yu, B (2003). Literati and the Literary World.  In [Unknown Book Title] (pp. 91-95). Yunnan Nationalities Publishing House.

Dong, H (2004). The Wind of "Wasteland": T. S. Eliot in China.  In [Unknown Book Title] (pp. 99-100). Beijing University Press.

Tong, Q., & Ma, X. (2005). On Empson’s Commenting Literary Critics and Their Tasks.  In New Compilation of Reference Lists of Literary Theory Learning Volume II (pp. 1745-1746). Beijing Normal University Press.

Tong, Q., & Ma, X. (2005). On Empson’s Theory of Ambiguity.  In New Compilation of Reference Lists of Literary Theory Learning Volume III (pp. 2668-2672). Beijing Normal University Press.

Zhu, L. (2005). Empson’s Theory of Ambiguity.  In Modern Western Literary Theory: A Revised Edition (pp. 113-115). Huadong Normal University Press.

Li, W (2006). Limits and Enlightenment of Empson.  In Value Judgement and Close Reading: A Study of "New Criticism" (pp. 60-68). Chinese Social Science Press.

Wang, Z., & Zhou, J. (2006). British Literary History in the Twentieth Century Second Edition.  In [Unknown Book Title] (pp. 116-120). Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press.

Li, X (2007). Literary Perspectival Change from Vulgarity to Elegance: A Study on Zhu Ziqing and Western Literary Thought.  In [Unknown Book Title] (pp. 124-170). Chinese Social Science Press.

Zhao, Y (2007). The Temptation of the Opposite Shore: Cultural Interaction between East and West.  In [Unknown Book Title] (pp. 170-177). Shanghai People's Press.

Committee of Kunming City, Yunnan Province in Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (2009). Zhou Yuliang and His Teacher Empson and Gu Wen.  In A Complete List of Study on Kunming's History and Literature Volume IX (pp. 7983-7987). Yunnan Science and Technology Publishing House.

Zhao, Y (2009). Empson’s Seven Types of Ambiguity.  In New Criticism Revisited (pp. 140-145). Baihua Art and Literature Press.

Wang, Z (2009). To Bring One Scope of Knowledge Back to China: Wang Zuoliang as a Messenger of British Literature.  In [Unknown Book Title] (pp. 239-245). Tianjin People's Press.

Hu, Y (2010). Critical Practice of William Empson’s Works.  In A Study in English New Criticism  (pp. 96-101). Chinese Social Science Press.

Gan, J (2011). The Upper Stream of Blue Ink.  In [Unknown Book Title] (pp. 268-273). China Federation of Literary and Art Circles Publishing Corporation.

Yang, Y (2011). Books About Empson.  In Literary Critics of the New Century A Series: Gaze at Literature (pp. 205-208). Shanghai Art and Literature Press.

Liu, K., & Zhou, Q. (2011). The Legend of the Poet Empson.  In Masters and Universities: Deciphering Chinese Elite Education (pp. 246-250). Phoenix Publishing House.

Association of "A Century Anniversary of Qing Hua University and Foreign Studies Department" (2012). Empson – A Legendary Professor Of Southwestern Associated University - & Zhao Yiheng.  In A Centennial Anniversary of Qing Hua University Foreign Studies Department: Selected Works Commemorating the Centennial of Qing Hua University's and 85th Anniversary of the Foreign Studies Department (pp. 105-106). Qing Hua University Press.

Li, M (2012). A Study on the Poetic Discourse of New Criticism.  In [Unknown Book Title] (pp. 91-113). Chinese Social Science Press.

Xia, H. (2012). Empson―My Most Treasured Memories in My Heart.  In Mr. Bei Dayang (pp. 105-109). Beijing University Press.

Zeng, F., & Wei, L. (2012). The Chineseness and Empson’s Poems.  In The Chineseness in British Poetry  (pp. 1-20). Metallurgical Industry Press.

Zhou, C. (2012). Dictionary of Chinese Figures in Modern Higher Education.  In [Unknown Book Title] (pp. 719). Fujian Education Publishing House.

Chang, Y. (2013). British Literary History.  In [Unknown Book Title] (pp. 896-899). Nankai University Press.

Dong, X. (2013). Empson’s Seven Types of Ambiguity.  In  An Introduction to Famous Western Literary Theories (pp. 293-297). Jiangxi People's Press.

Wang, S., & Baoping Hu (2006). Empson.  In British History of Literary Criticism  (pp. 293-298). Nanjing University Press.

Wang, Z (1991). In the Realm of English Poetry.  In [Unknown Book Title] (pp. 161-167). Beijing: SDX Joint Publishing.

Wang, Z. (2015). Learning English from Local and Foreign Talents.  In [Unknown Book Title] (pp. 49-54). Jindun Publishing Company.

Xie, M (2015). My Poetic Memory Of Beijing University.  In My Perception of the Beijing University Spirit (pp. 101-114). Chinese Workers Group Press.

Zeng, F. (2015). Western Literary Theory.  In [Unknown Book Title] (pp. 285-292). Higher Education Publishing Company.

Yu, B (2016). Works of the Dragon's Scale from the East and the Dragon's Claw from the West.  In [Unknown Book Title] (pp. 91-95). Henan Publishing House.

[Unknown Author] (1931, September 01). It's a robbery! In reality it's a university professor: Puzzled Englishman this morning invaded the guard's office at Tokyo Station Asahi Shinbun.

Ōuchi, S (1935). One side of Professor Empson.  Landscape of English Literature1 (4), 47-48.

S.T.U. (1935). Seeing Empson off.  Landscape of English Literature1 (4), 50-51.

Satō, N (1935). My memory of Empson.  Landscape of English Literature2 (1), 27-34.

Yamaji, T (1935). Parallel course, Today's English Literature: Specialised study of the theory of Empson's seven types.  The Rising Generation74 (2), 53-54.

Fukuhara, R (1936). Empson and Gray.  The Rising Generation74 (11), 375-379, 74 (12), 405-406.

Toyama, S (1938). William Empson.  New Territory2 (9), 231.

Ogawa, K (1939). Empson's 'Invitation to Juno'.  The Rising Generation81 (7), 208-210.

N.R.T. [Narita Shigehisa] (1949). Empson's methodology.  The Rising Generation95 (3), 83.

Ogawa, K (1952). Empson's new work.  The Rising Generation98 (2), 74-128, 98 (3), 127-156, 98 (4), 155.

Narita, S (1954). Recent academic tendencies: Empson's methods.  The Rising Generation100 (1), 8-10.

[Unknown Author] (1954). Various notes celebrating 100 volumes [of The Rising Generation]… including recent notes about Professor Blunden and Empson….  The Rising Generation100 (1), 42-45.

N.R.T. [Narita Shigehisa] (1954). Empson family's evening party.  The Rising Generation100 (7), 380-381.

Satō, Y (1955). On the Meaning of the Diction in Poetical Criticism: From Empson's Theories.  Jissen Women University Kiyō. Japanese Literature. English Literature3, 10-25.

Yoshikawa, K (1955). William Empson.  The East in the West, 46-51.

Ogawa, K (1952). On Empson.  Monthly Magazine on Lectures of English/English and American Literature, 2.

M.O.S. (1956). Overseas newly introduced, rev., in part, of Empson's Collected Poems.  The Rising Generation102 (7), 362-363.

Irie, Y (1957). Meeting Empson.  The Rising Generation103 (1), 30.

Spender, S. (1957) William Empson and others.  Spender's English Poetry after 1939, 61-75 (M. Ōsawa, Trans.). Tokyo: Hokuseidō Shoten.

[Unknown Author] (1957). [Charles C.] Fries and Empson.  The Rising Generation103 (5), 221.

Shinoda, H (1958). Theme and variation: The single poetry experience.  Studies in English Literature35 (1), 107-119.

Ogawa, K (1960). Old Familiar Faces: About Professor Empson.  The Rising Generation106 (7), 471.

Ogawa, K (1960). Old familiar faces: Professor Empson.  The Rising Generation106 (9), 471.

Hagiwara, K (1960). About Emp-san.  The Rising Generation106 (10), 536.

Scott-James, Rolfe Arnold (1960) Modern poets: W. H. Auden, William Empson, Ruth Pitter, Stephen Spender, Edith Sitwell, Edwin Muir, Christopher Fry.  Fifty Years of English Literature, 1900-1950, 2nd ed., 328-388 (N. Shumuta & Y. Aoki, Trans.). Tokyo: Eihōsha.

Kawasaki, T (1960). John Donne's Microcosm: Some Queries to Professor Empson.  Studies in English Literature36 (2), 229-250.

Habara, S (1961). A note on Empson's readings.  Studies in English and English Literature7 (2), 191-195.

Ogawa, K (1961). W. Empson: Feelings in Words.  The Rising Generation107 (1), 20-23.

ichi, S (1961). Professor Empson.  The Rising Generation107 (1), 4.

Ogiwara , T. (1961). William Empson's Critical Method.  Chameleon 2, 1-8.

Miyanishi, M (1961). Empson's theory of Milton.  The Rising Generation107 (11), 810-811.

ichi, S (1962). William Empson, Milton's God.  Studies in English Literature/Edited by Society of English Literature in Japan38 (2), 207-210.

Watanabe , N. (1963). An introduction to the study of Empson.  Studies of Humanities (Department of Letters in Kansai Gakuin University)13 (3), 44-65.

Kishi, T (1963). Empson and drama.  The Rising Generation109 (3), 149.

Nakasone, R (1964). On Empson.  The Rising Generation110 (3), 152-153.

Kajiki, R (1965). New British studies: Empson and [William] Plomer's recent status.  The Rising Generation111 (4), 234-235.

Irie, Y (1965). Empson has become a grandfather.  The Rising Generation111 (10), 674-676.

Hashizume, H (1964). Professor Empson at Sheffield.  The Rising Generation110 (6), 426-427,438.

Matsushita, M (1966). Empson: 'Poem about a Ball in the Nineteenth Century', a thought.  Phoenix (English Society of Department of Letters in Hiroshima University)3, 23-30.

Oda, T (1967). An interpretation and discussion of Empson's poetry: 'Invitation to Juno', 'Dissatisfaction with Metaphysics', 'Arachne'.  Studies in English/English Literature (English Society of Hiroshima University)14 (1-2), 83-98.

Fujita, S (1968). Empson's poetry: A memorandum.  Essays of Hiroshima Shōda: Law8 (1-2), 51-67.

[Unknown Author] (1970). Revisiting Empson.  The Rising Generation116 (10), 689.

Enozawa Kazuyoshi (1970). The Critical Method of William Empson.  Essays of Hikichi in Economics Department, Keiō Geijuku University14, 1-22.

Ogoshi, K (1970). Two roads of the heart: Empson revisited.  The Rising Generation116 (4), 192-193.

Gotō, A (1970). The Aesthetics of Analysis: Poem and Dream.  Faculty of Education in Yokohama National University: Linguistics and Letters17, 42-56.

Shioda, M (1971). On Empson's pastoral: Marvell's 'The Garden' and [Natsume] Sōseki's Grass Pillow.  A remark to Horatio: Commemorative papers for poet and Professor Andō Ichirō, 256-284.

Shioda, T (1971). On ambiguity and unity in STA (Empson Study Group report 1).  English Literature (English Society of Waseda University)37, 83-99.

Yamoto, T (1971). Empson and the meaning of his poetry.  The Rising Generation117 (2), 40-41.

Sugimoto, R (1971). Empson's development of methodology.  The Rising Generation117 (2), 42-44.

Hoshino, T (1973). Conflict and complement: The conceptual apparatus of Empson's criticism.  The Rising Generation119 (3), 146-147.

Okagaki, I (1973). Analytical criticism of 'A Farewell': A paper commented upon by Professor Empson.  Contemporary American and British Studies8, 3-6.

Ogawa, K (1974). Essays commemorating Empson's retirement [Rev. of Roma Gill's William Empson: The Man and His Work].  The Rising Generation120 (8), 356-357.

Okagaki, I (1973). Empson's theory, 1.  Research Report of Yamanashi University, Education Department24, 22-29.

Yamoto, T (1973). New Book shelf: STA, trans. Hoshino Tōru, Takeshi Kazuyuki, and the Waseda [University] Empson Research Group; Introduction to Empson.  The Rising Generation119 (4), 236-237.

Ogoshi, K (1973). Random thoughts on Táo Yuānmíng, [Arthur] Waley, Empson.  The Rising Generation119 (7), 416.

Saeki, S (1981). Essential writings of Empson's disciples.  The Rising Generation126 (12), 620.

Nakano, Y (1981). The matter of Empson and nō viewing.  The Rising Generation127 (6), 383.

Iwasaki, S (1978). [Rev. of ] Christopher Norris: William Empson and the Philosophy of Literary Criticism, 1978.  Studies in English Literature/Edited by English Society in Japan58 (2), 272-275.

Shinoda, H (1982). The essence of an exquisitely-produced essay (thought and tide). / Rev. of Shibata's translation of SVP.  Asahi Journal24 (44), 67-69.

Inoue, M (1983). Empson's essay on Milton: From the perspective of a different culture.  Studies in American and British Literature in Japan Women University18, 167-180.

Kawasaki, T (1983). Rev. of Shibata's translation of Empson's Some Versions of Pastoral.  The Rising Generation127 (12), 752.

Yoshida, M (1983). A Study of The Spanish Tragedy: Against Empson's interpretation.  Otsuma Review16, 47-57.

[Unknown Author] (1984). Sir William Empson passed away.  The Rising Generation130 (4), 205.

Izubuchi, H (1984). Open circle: Empson's method.  The Rising Generation130 (6), 270-271.

Kanō, H (1984). Empson as poet.  The Rising Generation130 (6), 276-277.

Izubuchi, H., Iwasaki, S., Irie, Y., & Ogawa, K. (1984). William Empson special feature.  The Rising Generation130 (6), 270-281.

Fujikawa, Y (1985). Contemporary Empson's last criticism.  Kaien4 (2), 198-201.

Shibata, T (1986). [Rev. of] William Empson, Using Biography.  Studies in English Literature63 (1), 157-161.

Yamasaki, H (1986). Empson and de Man: Ambiguity and indeterminacy: Report of the 58th annual meeting of the Japan Society of English Literature.  Studies in English Literature63 (2), 442.

Yamasaki, H (1987). Empson and de Man: Ambiguity and indeterminacy.  Studies in English Literature/Edited by English Society in Japan64 (1), 67-82.

Aoki, H (1991). An Introductory Essay on Recurrent Themes in Empson's Early Poems.  Bulletin of Kōchi Women University39, 1-8.

Péi, Z (1991). Analysis of Ibuse Masuji's Koi [carp] and Sanshōō [Salamander] based on Empson's theories.  Bulletin of Education Department of Hokkaido University39, 1-8.

Gō, K (1994). 'Argufying' in Empson's 'Aubade'.  Studies in English Literature, English Number56, 73-97.

Ewick, D (1995). Sir William Empson and Japan: A Critical Bibliography.  Studies in American and British Literature35, 457-475.

Ogoshi, K (1996). A Gleaner.  The Rising Generation140 (10), 557.

Shibata, T (1999). At the Turn of the Century (part 2): Praise for William Empson.  The Rising Generation144 (11), 699.

Iwasaki, S (2000). STA: Literary theory and Humanism.  Eibungaku shunjū4 (2), 58-60.

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Nagao, T (2000). Rereading STA.  Eibungaku shunjū4 (2), 60-62.

Katō, M (2002). Empson as a human observer: Seven Types of Ambiguity (1930).  The Rising Generation148 (1), 50-51.

Saitō, C (2003). William Empson and Chiyoko Hatakeyama: The flight of the great hawk watched by the little bird.  The Rising Generation149 (7), 404-408.

Robinson, P (2004). Chiyoko Hatakeyama's Correspondence with William Empson.  Yearbook of Miyagi Gakuin for 200310, 67-83.

Ewick, D (2006). East-Asian Experience, the Eye of the West, and the Melancholy Poetry of History: William Empson, Japan, China, 1931-39.  Yearly Bulletin of Research Centre of Policies and Culture (Chūō University)9, 15-31.

Fukayama, M (2006). Sir William Empson's theory: Why Empson now?.  Evergreen (Research Society of American and British Literature in Shōwa Women University)26, 79-96.

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Hughes, G (2006). The International Problem and Critics in Japan.  The Rising Generation152 (8), 453-455.

Fukayama, M (2006). Empson on Alice's Pastoral Garden.  Bulletin of Tōyō University Graduate School43, 201-213.

Fukayama, M (2007). William Empson and Andrew Marvell.  Evergreen (Research Society of American and British Literature in Shōwa Women University)28, 45-64.

Endō, F (2009). Encounter with Raymond Williams (part 3): Aesthetics of community and Eros—The intersection of Williams, Empson, and Freud.  The Rising Generation154 (10), 593-598.

Fukayama, M (2008). Empson's Pastoral: On the understanding of Milton.  Evergreen (Research Society of American and British Literature in Shōwa Women University)29, 59-75.

Sunaga, T (2009). Empson's 'Ambiguity'.  Evergreen (Research Society of American and British Literature in Shōwa Women University)29, 40-58.

Yamaguchi, N (2009). Juxtaposition and Correspondence: Application of the Double Plot Theory of William Empson to Evelyn Waugh's Brideshead Revisited.  Reading30, 38-48.

Sunaga, T (2010). Empson's 'ambiguity': On the concept in its temporal context.  Evergreen (Research Society of American and British Literature in Shōwa Women University)30, 43-59.

Abe, M (2010). Manners of fixation 6: the strange relation between elections and lyric poetry.  The Literary World64 (6), 278-288.

Sunaga, T (2011). Empson's "ambiguity" and "pastoral" : A common point in opposite concepts.  Cultures and Communication31, 77-90.

Fukayama, M (2011). William Empson and Roma Gill.  Evergreen (Research Society of American and British Literature in Shōwa Women University)31, 57-69.

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Aoki, H (2012). On Empson's 'To an Old Lady'.  Humanism/Edited by Humanism (Kōchi Prefectural University)23, 45-52.

Sunaga, T (2012). Empson as poet: An interpretation of 'Aubade'.  Evergreen (Research Society of American and British Literature in Shōwa Women University)32, 19-39.

Sunaga, T (2012). Diachronic meaning in Empson's 'Argufying' in Poetry.  Cultures and Communication33, 27-40.

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Liu, R (1986). The Significance of Empson Mentioned in British Literary Magazines.  Waiguo Wenxue Dongtai1, 22-29.

Li, F (1986). William Empson As I Remember Him- A Young Teacher of English in China.  The World of English3, 42-46.

Wang, Z (1987). Auden, Empson and Spender.  Dushu Zazhi4, 3-10.

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Pan, Y (1999). On the Interpretation of Empson's Sixth Type of Ambiguity.  Changsha Dianli Xueyuan Xuebao (Shehui kexueban)14 (4), 102-104.

Zhao, Y (2000). The Most Talented Poet and Scholar in the UK in the 20th Century - Empson.  Renwen Zazhi5, 156-160.

Wu, X (2001). Empson's Critique on Semantics.  Waiguo Wenxue Yanjiu1, 135-142.

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Xiao, Gan, Yien Yao, and Huating Liu. "A New Outline of Miscellaneous Notes." In [Unknown Book Title], 692-93.  Shanghai Bookstore Publishing House, 1996.

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Zhao, Ruihong. "Remembering A British Modernist Poet: Sir Empson." In  The Entangled Strings of Songs That Recalled One's Old Days of Travel – From Southwestern Associated University to Golden Late Falls: A Literary Record of Reminiscences , 24-45.  Wenhui Publishing House, 2000.

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Dong, Hongchuan. "The Wind of "Wasteland": T. S. Eliot in China." In [Unknown Book Title], 99-100.  Beijing University Press, 2004.

Tong, Qingbing, and Xinguo Ma. "On Empson’s Commenting Literary Critics and Their Tasks." In New Compilation of Reference Lists of Literary Theory Learning Volume II, 1745-746.  Beijing Normal University Press, 2005.

Tong, Qingbing, and Xinguo Ma. "On Empson’s Theory of Ambiguity." In New Compilation of Reference Lists of Literary Theory Learning Volume III, 2668-672.  Beijing Normal University Press, 2005.

Zhu, Liyuan. "Empson’s Theory of Ambiguity." In Modern Western Literary Theory: A Revised Edition, 113-15.  Huadong Normal University Press, 2005.

Li, Weihua. "Limits and Enlightenment of Empson." In Value Judgement and Close Reading: A Study of "New Criticism", 60-8.  Chinese Social Science Press, 2006.

Wang, Zuoliang, and Jueliang Zhou. "British Literary History in the Twentieth Century Second Edition." In [Unknown Book Title], 116-20.  Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press, 2006.

Li, Xianguo. "Literary Perspectival Change from Vulgarity to Elegance: A Study on Zhu Ziqing and Western Literary Thought." In [Unknown Book Title], 124-70.  Chinese Social Science Press, 2007.

Zhao, Yiheng. "The Temptation of the Opposite Shore: Cultural Interaction between East and West." In [Unknown Book Title], 170-77.  Shanghai People's Press, 2007.

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Hu, Yanchun. "Critical Practice of William Empson’s Works." In A Study in English New Criticism , 96-101.  Chinese Social Science Press, 2010.

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Association of "A Century Anniversary of Qing Hua University and Foreign Studies Department". "Empson – A Legendary Professor Of Southwestern Associated University - & Zhao Yiheng." In A Centennial Anniversary of Qing Hua University Foreign Studies Department: Selected Works Commemorating the Centennial of Qing Hua University's and 85th Anniversary of the Foreign Studies Department, 105-06.  Qing Hua University Press, 2012.

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[Unknown Author]. "It's a robbery! In reality it's a university professor: Puzzled Englishman this morning invaded the guard's office at Tokyo Station." Asahi Shinbun, Sep. 01, 1931.

Ōuchi, Shūjiro. "One side of Professor Empson". Landscape of English Literature 1, no. 4 (1935): 47-8.

S.T.U.. "Seeing Empson off". Landscape of English Literature 1, no. 4 (1935): 50-1.

Satō, Nobuo. "My memory of Empson". Landscape of English Literature 2, no. 1 (1935): 27-34.

Yamaji, Tarō. "Parallel course, Today's English Literature: Specialised study of the theory of Empson's seven types". The Rising Generation 74, no. 2 (1935): 53-4.

Fukuhara, Rintarō. "Empson and Gray". The Rising Generation 74, no. 11 (1936): 375-79, 74, no. 12 (1936): 405-06.

Toyama, Sadao. "William Empson". New Territory [アオイ書房] 2, no. 9 (1938): 231.

Ogawa, Kazuo. "Empson's 'Invitation to Juno'". The Rising Generation 81, no. 7 (1939): 208-10.

N.R.T. [Narita Shigehisa]. "Empson's methodology". The Rising Generation 95, no. 3 (1949): 83.

Ogawa, Kazuo. "Empson's new work". The Rising Generation 98, no. 2 (1952): 74-128, 98, no. 3 (1952): 127-56, 98, no. 4 (1952): 155.

Narita, Shigehisa. "Recent academic tendencies: Empson's methods". The Rising Generation 100, no. 1 (1954): 8-10.

[Unknown Author]. "Various notes celebrating 100 volumes [of The Rising Generation]… including recent notes about Professor Blunden and Empson…". The Rising Generation 100, no. 1 (1954): 42-5.

N.R.T. [Narita Shigehisa]. "Empson family's evening party". The Rising Generation 100, no. 7 (1954): 380-81.

Satō, Yoshisuke. "On the Meaning of the Diction in Poetical Criticism: From Empson's Theories". Jissen Women University Kiyō. Japanese Literature. English Literature 3, (1955): 10-25.

Yoshikawa, Kōjirō. "William Empson". The East in the West Tokyo: Bungei Shunju  (1955): 46-51.

Ogawa, Kazuo. "On Empson". Monthly Magazine on Lectures of English/English and American Literature  (1952): 2.

M.O.S.. "Overseas newly introduced, rev., in part, of Empson's Collected Poems". The Rising Generation 102, no. 7 (1956): 362-63.

Irie, Yukio. "Meeting Empson". The Rising Generation 103, no. 1 (1957): 30.

Spender, Stephen. William Empson and others. Spender's English Poetry after 1939. Translated by Ōsawa Minoru. Tokyo: Hokuseidō Shoten, 1957.

[Unknown Author]. "[Charles C.] Fries and Empson". The Rising Generation 103, no. 5 (1957): 221.

Shinoda, Hajime. "Theme and variation: The single poetry experience". Studies in English Literature 35, no. 1 (1958): 107-19.

Ogawa, Kazuo. "Old Familiar Faces: About Professor Empson". The Rising Generation 106, no. 7 (1960): 471.

Ogawa, Kazuo. "Old familiar faces: Professor Empson". The Rising Generation 106, no. 9 (1960): 471.

Hagiwara, Kyōhei. "About Emp-san". The Rising Generation 106, no. 10 (1960): 536.

Scott-James, Rolfe Arnold. Modern poets: W. H. Auden, William Empson, Ruth Pitter, Stephen Spender, Edith Sitwell, Edwin Muir, Christopher Fry. Fifty Years of English Literature, 1900-1950, 2nd ed.. Translated by Shumuta Natsuo and Aoki Yūzō. Tokyo: Eihōsha, 1960.

Kawasaki, Toshihiko. "John Donne's Microcosm: Some Queries to Professor Empson". Studies in English Literature 36, no. 2 (1960): 229-50.

Habara, Sachio. "A note on Empson's readings". Studies in English and English Literature 7, no. 2 (1961): 191-95.

Ogawa, Kazuo. "W. Empson: Feelings in Words". The Rising Generation 107, no. 1 (1961): 20-3.

ichi, Shun'. "Professor Empson". The Rising Generation 107, no. 1 (1961): 4.

Ogiwara , Tsutomu. "William Empson's Critical Method". Chameleon 2  (1961): 1-8.

Miyanishi, Mitsuo. "Empson's theory of Milton". The Rising Generation 107, no. 11 (1961): 810-11.

ichi, Shun'. "William Empson, Milton's God". Studies in English Literature/Edited by Society of English Literature in Japan 38, no. 2 (1962): 207-10.

Watanabe , Nobuō. "An introduction to the study of Empson". Studies of Humanities (Department of Letters in Kansai Gakuin University) 13, no. 3 (1963): 44-65.

Kishi, Tetsuo. "Empson and drama". The Rising Generation 109, no. 3 (1963): 149.

Nakasone, Ryōichi. "On Empson". The Rising Generation 110, no. 3 (1964): 152-53.

Kajiki, Ryūichi. "New British studies: Empson and [William] Plomer's recent status". The Rising Generation 111, no. 4 (1965): 234-35.

Irie, Yukio. "Empson has become a grandfather". The Rising Generation 111, no. 10 (1965): 674-76.

Hashizume, Hiroshi. "Professor Empson at Sheffield". The Rising Generation 110, no. 6 (1964): 426-27,438.

Matsushita, Masayuki. "Empson: 'Poem about a Ball in the Nineteenth Century', a thought". Phoenix (English Society of Department of Letters in Hiroshima University) 3, (1966): 23-30.

Oda, Tadao. "An interpretation and discussion of Empson's poetry: 'Invitation to Juno', 'Dissatisfaction with Metaphysics', 'Arachne'". Studies in English/English Literature (English Society of Hiroshima University) 14, no. 1-2 (1967): 83-98.

Fujita, Shinji. "Empson's poetry: A memorandum". Essays of Hiroshima Shōda: Law [広島商科大学商経学会] 8, no. 1-2 (1968): 51-67.

[Unknown Author]. "Revisiting Empson". The Rising Generation 116, no. 10 (1970): 689.

Enozawa Kazuyoshi. "The Critical Method of William Empson". Essays of Hikichi in Economics Department, Keiō Geijuku University 14, (1970): 1-22.

Ogoshi, Kazuzō. "Two roads of the heart: Empson revisited". The Rising Generation 116, no. 4 (1970): 192-93.

Gotō, Akio. "The Aesthetics of Analysis: Poem and Dream". Faculty of Education in Yokohama National University: Linguistics and Letters 17, (1970): 42-56.

Shioda, Makiko. "On Empson's pastoral: Marvell's 'The Garden' and [Natsume] Sōseki's Grass Pillow". A remark to Horatio: Commemorative papers for poet and Professor Andō Ichirō Tokyo: Bunri  (1971): 256-84.

Shioda, Tsutomu. "On ambiguity and unity in STA (Empson Study Group report 1)". English Literature (English Society of Waseda University) 37, (1971): 83-99.

Yamoto, Tadayoshi. "Empson and the meaning of his poetry". The Rising Generation 117, no. 2 (1971): 40-1.

Sugimoto, Ryūtarō. "Empson's development of methodology". The Rising Generation 117, no. 2 (1971): 42-4.

Hoshino, Tōru. "Conflict and complement: The conceptual apparatus of Empson's criticism". The Rising Generation 119, no. 3 (1973): 146-47.

Okagaki, Isamu. "Analytical criticism of 'A Farewell': A paper commented upon by Professor Empson". Contemporary American and British Studies 8, (1973): 3-6.

Ogawa, Kazuo. "Essays commemorating Empson's retirement [Rev. of Roma Gill's William Empson: The Man and His Work]". The Rising Generation 120, no. 8 (1974): 356-57.

Okagaki, Isamu. "Empson's theory, 1". Research Report of Yamanashi University, Education Department 24, (1973): 22-9.

Yamoto, Tadayoshi. "New Book shelf: STA, trans. Hoshino Tōru, Takeshi Kazuyuki, and the Waseda [University] Empson Research Group; Introduction to Empson". The Rising Generation 119, no. 4 (1973): 236-37.

Ogoshi, Kazuzō. "Random thoughts on Táo Yuānmíng, [Arthur] Waley, Empson". The Rising Generation 119, no. 7 (1973): 416.

Saeki, Shōichi. "Essential writings of Empson's disciples". The Rising Generation 126, no. 12 (1981): 620.

Nakano, Yoshio. "The matter of Empson and nō viewing". The Rising Generation 127, no. 6 (1981): 383.

Iwasaki, Sōji. "[Rev. of ] Christopher Norris: William Empson and the Philosophy of Literary Criticism, 1978". Studies in English Literature/Edited by English Society in Japan 58, no. 2 (1978): 272-75.

Shinoda, Hajime. "The essence of an exquisitely-produced essay (thought and tide). / Rev. of Shibata's translation of SVP". Asahi Journal 24, no. 44 (1982): 67-9.

Inoue, Misako. "Empson's essay on Milton: From the perspective of a different culture". Studies in American and British Literature in Japan Women University 18, (1983): 167-80.

Kawasaki, Toshihiko. "Rev. of Shibata's translation of Empson's Some Versions of Pastoral". The Rising Generation 127, no. 12 (1983): 752.

Yoshida, Masako. "A Study of The Spanish Tragedy: Against Empson's interpretation". Otsuma Review 16, (1983): 47-57.

[Unknown Author]. "Sir William Empson passed away". The Rising Generation 130, no. 4 (1984): 205.

Izubuchi, Hiroshi. "Open circle: Empson's method". The Rising Generation 130, no. 6 (1984): 270-71.

Kanō, Hideo. "Empson as poet". The Rising Generation 130, no. 6 (1984): 276-77.

Izubuchi, Hiroshi, Sōji Iwasaki, Yukio Irie, and Kazuo Ogawa. "William Empson special feature". The Rising Generation 130, no. 6 (1984): 270-81.

Fujikawa, Yoshiyuki. "Contemporary Empson's last criticism". Kaien 4, no. 2 (1985): 198-201.

Shibata, Toshihiko. "[Rev. of] William Empson, Using Biography". Studies in English Literature 63, no. 1 (1986): 157-61.

Yamasaki, Hiroyuki. "Empson and de Man: Ambiguity and indeterminacy: Report of the 58th annual meeting of the Japan Society of English Literature". Studies in English Literature 63, no. 2 (1986): 442.

Yamasaki, Hiroyuki. "Empson and de Man: Ambiguity and indeterminacy". Studies in English Literature/Edited by English Society in Japan 64, no. 1 (1987): 67-82.

Aoki, Haruo. "An Introductory Essay on Recurrent Themes in Empson's Early Poems". Bulletin of Kōchi Women University 39, (1991): 1-8.

Péi, Zhēng. "Analysis of Ibuse Masuji's Koi [carp] and Sanshōō [Salamander] based on Empson's theories". Bulletin of Education Department of Hokkaido University 39, (1991): 1-8.

Gō, Kenji. "'Argufying' in Empson's 'Aubade'". Studies in English Literature, English Number 56, (1994): 73-97.

Ewick, David. "Sir William Empson and Japan: A Critical Bibliography". Studies in American and British Literature 35, (1995): 457-75.

Ogoshi, Kazuzō. "A Gleaner". The Rising Generation 140, no. 10 (1996): 557.

Shibata, Toshihiko. "At the Turn of the Century (part 2): Praise for William Empson". The Rising Generation 144, no. 11 (1999): 699.

Iwasaki, Sōji. "STA: Literary theory and Humanism". Eibungaku shunjū 4, no. 2 (2000): 58-60.

[Unknown Author]. "William Empson, STA". Eibungaku shunjū 4, no. 2 (2000): 58-64.

Takemura, Harumi. "Empson's Renaissance poetry criticism". Eibungaku shunjū 4, no. 2 (2000): 62-4.

Nagao, Teruhiko. "Rereading STA". Eibungaku shunjū 4, no. 2 (2000): 60-2.

Katō, Mitsuya. "Empson as a human observer: Seven Types of Ambiguity (1930)". The Rising Generation 148, no. 1 (2002): 50-1.

Saitō, Chikako. "William Empson and Chiyoko Hatakeyama: The flight of the great hawk watched by the little bird". The Rising Generation 149, no. 7 (2003): 404-08.

Robinson, Peter. "Chiyoko Hatakeyama's Correspondence with William Empson". Yearbook of Miyagi Gakuin for 2003 10, (2004): 67-83.

Ewick, David. "East-Asian Experience, the Eye of the West, and the Melancholy Poetry of History: William Empson, Japan, China, 1931-39". Yearly Bulletin of Research Centre of Policies and Culture (Chūō University) 9, (2006): 15-31.

Fukayama, Miki. "Sir William Empson's theory: Why Empson now?". Evergreen (Research Society of American and British Literature in Shōwa Women University) 26, (2006): 79-96.

Sunaga, Takahiro. "Empson's 'ambiguity'". Evergreen (Research Society of American and British Literature in Shōwa Women University) 26, (2008): 40-58.

Iwasaki, Sōji. "Empson's STA (volumes 1 and 2)". The Rising Generation 152, no. 5 (2006): 300-01.

Hughes, George. "The International Problem and Critics in Japan". The Rising Generation 152, no. 8 (2006): 453-55.

Fukayama, Miki. "Empson on Alice's Pastoral Garden". Bulletin of Tōyō University Graduate School 43, (2006): 201-13.

Fukayama, Miki. "William Empson and Andrew Marvell". Evergreen (Research Society of American and British Literature in Shōwa Women University) 28, (2007): 45-64.

Endō, Fuhito. "Encounter with Raymond Williams (part 3): Aesthetics of community and Eros—The intersection of Williams, Empson, and Freud". The Rising Generation 154, no. 10 (2009): 593-98.

Fukayama, Miki. "Empson's Pastoral: On the understanding of Milton". Evergreen (Research Society of American and British Literature in Shōwa Women University) 29, (2008): 59-75.

Sunaga, Takahiro. "Empson's 'Ambiguity'". Evergreen (Research Society of American and British Literature in Shōwa Women University) 29, (2009): 40-58.

Yamaguchi, Norio. "Juxtaposition and Correspondence: Application of the Double Plot Theory of William Empson to Evelyn Waugh's Brideshead Revisited". Reading 30, (2009): 38-48.

Sunaga, Takahiro. "Empson's 'ambiguity': On the concept in its temporal context". Evergreen (Research Society of American and British Literature in Shōwa Women University) 30, (2010): 43-59.

Abe, Masahiko. "Manners of fixation 6: the strange relation between elections and lyric poetry". The Literary World 64, no. 6 (2010): 278-88.

Sunaga, Takahiro. "Empson's "ambiguity" and "pastoral" : A common point in opposite concepts". Cultures and Communication 31, (2011): 77-90.

Fukayama, Miki. "William Empson and Roma Gill". Evergreen (Research Society of American and British Literature in Shōwa Women University) 31, (2011): 57-69.

Sunaga, Takahiro. "Empson's "contradiction" and "opposite" in STA". Cultures and Communication 32, (2012): 47-59.

Aoki, Haruo. "On Empson's 'To an Old Lady'". Humanism/Edited by Humanism (Kōchi Prefectural University) 23, (2012): 45-52.

Sunaga, Takahiro. "Empson as poet: An interpretation of 'Aubade'". Evergreen (Research Society of American and British Literature in Shōwa Women University) 32, (2012): 19-39.

Sunaga, Takahiro. "Diachronic meaning in Empson's 'Argufying' in Poetry". Cultures and Communication 33, (2012): 27-40.

Haffenden, John. Introduction and Chronology of Haffenden. Translated by Aoki Haruo. Humanism/Edited by Humanism (Kōchi Prefectural University), 2016.

Haffenden, John. Chapter 12 of Haffenden: 'Poems 1935'. Translated by Aoki Haruo. Humanism/Edited by Humanism (Kōchi Prefectural University), 2017.

Yang, Zhouhan. "Empson as a Modern Metaphysical Poet". Mingri Wenyi (Guilin) 2, (1943): 55-80.

Wang, Zuoliang. "Remembrance of Sir Empson". Waiguo Wenxue 1, (1980): 4-7.

[Unknown Author]. "Profound Love from a British Poet – Mourning Over Professor Empson". World Literature 5, (1984): 294-302.

[Unknown Author]. "William Empson". World Literature 5, (1984): 303.

Liu, Ruoduan. "The Significance of Empson Mentioned in British Literary Magazines". Waiguo Wenxue Dongtai 1, (1986): 22-9.

Li, Funing. "William Empson As I Remember Him- A Young Teacher of English in China". The World of English 3, (1986): 42-6.

Wang, Zuoliang. "Auden, Empson and Spender". Dushu Zazhi 4, (1987): 3-10.

Wu, Ningkun. "William Empson Remembered". The World of English 4, (1988): 8.

Dong, Zhengyu. "A British Poet Empson's Encounter at Nanyueh." Nanhua Daxuebao, Apr. 30, 2009.

Pan, Ying. "On the Interpretation of Empson's Sixth Type of Ambiguity". Changsha Dianli Xueyuan Xuebao (Shehui kexueban) 14, no. 4 (1999): 102-04.

Zhao, Yiheng. "The Most Talented Poet and Scholar in the UK in the 20th Century - Empson". Renwen Zazhi 5, (2000): 156-60.

Wu, Xuexian. "Empson's Critique on Semantics". Waiguo Wenxue Yanjiu 1, (2001): 135-42.

Zhang, Jinyan. "A Remembrance of Sir Empson". Bolan Qunshu 3, (2004): 76-9.

Huang, Baofu. "A Study of Empson's Theory of Ambiguity". Zhejiang Shifan Daxue Xuebao (Shehui Kexue Ban) 29, no. 4 (2004): 12-5.

[Unknown Author]. "The First Half of Empson's Life". Waiguo Wenxue Pinglun 3, (2005): 156-58.

Li, Yuqin, and Hongwei Peng. "A Survey of Empson's Seven Types of Ambiguities". Shayang Shifan Gaodeng Zhuanke Xuanxiao Xiaobao 6, no. 3 (2005): 47-8,53.

Lu, Wei. "A Discourse Analysis of Ambiguity in Seven Types of Ambiguity and Selected Annotation of Song Poetry". Shiyan Zhiye Jishu Xueyuan Xuebao 4, (2005): 36-8,42.

McCallum, Pamela. "Textual Form and Cultural Affect: William Empson's Double-Plot and Raymond Williams Structure of Feeling". Foreign Language Studies 1, (2005): 32-9.

Zhang, Jian. "Empson as a Legendary Figure – An Epilogue after Translating Among the Mandarins." Zhonghua Dushubao, Sep. 21, 2016.

Zheng, Zhongliang. "Empson and China." Zhonghua Dushubao, Sep. 27, 2006.

Li, Weihua. "On Empson's 'Double-Plot Analysis'". Hebei Shifan Daxue Xuebao (Zhexue Shehuikexueban) 30, no. 5 (2007).

[Unknown Author]. "Louder, you old jerk – The Publication of Empson's Complete Biography." Zhonghua Dushubao, Dec. 05, 2007.

Ziyu. "Empson's Predestined Encounter with China." Xinkuaibao, Dec. 13, 2007.

Guohui, Li. "Ambiguity and Compound Meaning: A Comparative Study of Empson and Liu Xie's Discourse on Connotation". Qiusuo 1, (2008): 193-96.

Yang, Shaojun. "William Empson at National Southwestern Associated University". Xueshu Tansuo 6, no. c2 (2008).

Dong, Zhengyu. "A British Poet Empson's Encounter at Nanyueh." Nanhua Daxuebao, Apr. 30, 2009.

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