In Search of Cupid and Psyche: Myth and Legend in Children's Literature
Barth, Edna.Cupid and Psyche; a love story, retold by Edna Barth ; illustrated by Ati Forberg. New York: Seabury Press, c1976.
Craft, M. Charlotte (Marie Charlotte). Cupid and Psyche as told by M. Charlotte Craft ; illustrated by K.Y. Craft. New York : Morrow Junior Books, c1996.
Hodges, Margaret. The arrow and the lamp : the story of Psyche retold by Margaret Hodges ; illustrated by Donna Diamond. Boston : Little, Brown, c1989.
Orgel, Doris. The Princess and The God. New York: Bantam, 1996
Richardson, I. M. The adventures of Eros and Psyche, written by I.M. Richardson ; illustrated by Robert Baxter. Mahwah, N.J. : Troll Associates, c1983.Further Studies of "Cupid and Psyche"
Les Amours de Psyche d'apres Raphael
trente-six gravures sur acier, par Reveil ; avec une nouvelle
histoire de Psyche, par Lemolt Phalary. Paris: Audot, 1832.
Apuleius. Cupid & Psyche / Apuleius. Edited by E.J. Kenney. Cambridge [England] ; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1990.
Balme, Maurice George. Cupid and Psyche; an adaptation from The Golden Ass of Apuleius [by] M. G. Balme [and] J. H. W. Morwood. [London]: Oxford University Press, [c1976]
James, Paula. Unity in Diversity : a Study of Apuleius' Metamorphoses : with particular reference to the narrator's art of transformation and the metamorphosis motif in the Tale of Cupid and Psyche Paula James. Hildesheim ; New York: Olms-Weidmann, 1987.
Labouvie-Vief, Gisela. Psyche and Eros : Mind and Gender in the Life Course. Cambridge, Eng.: Cambridge University Press, 1994.Miscellaneous
Fogliazzi, Teresa. Psyche. Madame Folliazzi Angellino, premiere
Danseuse au Theatre Imperial. [Vienna?, ca. 1758]
(Engraving, image: 33.5 x 27 cm. NOTE Legend: four lines of poetry in French, beginning "De la belle Psyche, tels sont les traits charmans..." Teresa Fogliazzi Angiolini (1733-1792) in a scene from a ballet based on the legend of Eros and Psyche. Fogliazzi, wearing lace ruffle around neck, low-cut paniered ball gown trimmed with lace, flowers, and ribbons, shoes with heels. The dancer is depicted full length to front, weight on left foot, right leg slightly extended to side, upper torso turned to right, eyes front. Fogliazzi, as Psyche, holds a lamp above Cupid, who is asleep, foreground right. Outdoor setting. A wall and large column partially visible at right. Cf. Winter, Marian Hannah. The Pre-Romantic Ballet, London, 1974, p. 107. Reproduction.)
Hindemith, Paul, 1895-1963. Cupid and Psyche (Farnesina) (1943) New York, Associated Music Publishers 
Vernon, Ashley. Cupid and Psyche; opera in one act and four scenes. Libretto by Greta Hartwig. Vocal score. New York, c1956.
Honey, Laura Young. Cupid. Mrs. Honey (as
Psyche). London, G. E. Madeley, printer and publisher [1832?]
(Laura Honey as Psyche in "Cupid", a burlesque performed at the Adelphi (London), in 1832. Full length to right, wearing a costume featuring elaborate flared sleeves and a butterfly as a headdress; holding a lighted oil lamp in her upraised left hand. Note: Psyche means butterfly in Greek.)
Nares, Robert, 1753-1829. Remarks on the favourite ballet of Cupid and Psyche; with some account of the pantomime of the ancients, and other observations. London, Printed for J. Stockdale, 1788.
Tighe, Mary, 1772-1810. Psyche, with other poems, Mary Tighe. Oxford [England] ; New York : Woodstock Books ; Rutherford, N.J. : Distributed in USA by Publishers Distribution Center, 1992.