- Bennett as a satirist and comic artist: illusion and change
- Charles Henry Bennett and the emblem tradition
- Bennett, Kingsley and The Pilgrim’s Progress
- A bibliography of books and periodicals illustrated by Charles H. Bennett
- A detail of Twelfth Night Characters
- Mr Wind deflated
- Mr Wind
- Emblem XIII
- Emblem XII
- Pure and Sure
- A Hunting we Will Go
- The Merry Soap-Boiler
- A Foolscap
- A Greedy Pig
- A Parrot
- A Crocodile
- A Pump
- Title-page, The Nine Lives of a Cat
- The Hare and the Tortoise
- The Wolf and the Lamb
- The Ape and Her Two Young Ones
- The Lobster and His Mother
- Mr Save-All and Mr Money-Love
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