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A CHECKLIST OF RECENT BLAKE SCHOLARSHIP

I. BIBLIOGRAPHIES, BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ESSAYS, EXHIBITION CATALOGUES

[Auld, Alasdair A.]. William Blake 1757-1827: Six Paintings in the Stirling Maxwell Collection, Pollok House. Glasgow: Corporation of Glasgow (Museums and Art Galleries Department), n.d. [c. 1973?].

Bentley, Gerald E., Jr. “Blake Among the Slavs: A Checklist.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 50-54.

Bentley, Gerald E., Jr. “Cumberland Bibliography Addenda.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 128.

Bentley, Gerald E., Jr. “A Supplement to Blake Books.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 136-177. [“The present supplement . . . is intended to bring Blake Books up to date . . . [to] 31 March 1977.”]

[Bindman, David, and Christopher Powney]. John Flaxman, Spring exhb. London: Heim Gallery, 1976 (Heim exhibition catalogue, no. 24).

Butlin, Martin. William Blake. London: The Tate Gallery Publications Department, 1978. £4.75. [Catalogue of the exhibition held at the Tate Gallery, 9 March to 21 May 1978, and at the Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, 10 June to 15 July 1978; 339 illus., 17 in color.]

Dargan, Tom. See Wolf, Donald A.

Dixon, Yvonne Romney. “The Drawings of George Romney in the Folger Shakespeare Library.” Diss. University of Maryland, 1977. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1978), 5099-A. [Catalogues and analyzes the 489 Romney drawings in the Folger Shakespeare Library.]

Doctorow, Erica. See Wolf, Donald A.

Dörrbecker, Detlef W. “Blake Goes German: A Critical Review of Exhibitions in Hamburg and Frankfurt 1975.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 44-49. [Includes a checklist of “Articles Published in Newspapers, Weekly and Monthly Magazines” and “Blake Scholarship (Books and journal articles)” in Germany, pp. 48-49.]

Dörrbecker, Detlef W. See also Minnick, Thomas L.

Erdman, David V., ed., with the assistance of Robert R. Mollenauer and James S. Patty. “The Romantic Movement: A Selective and Critical Bibliography for 1976.” English Language Notes, 15 (1977), supplement to number 1.

Goodison, J. W. Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge: Catalogue of Paintings. vol. 3: British School. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1977. [See pp. 16-19 for Blake; pp. 155-158 for John Linnell; pp. 207-208 for George Richmond; and passim.]

Gross, Rochelle C., and C. M. Henning. “Dissertations on Blake: 1963-1975.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 54-59.

Henning, C. M. See Gross, Rochelle C.

Hofmann, Werner, ed. Runge in seiner Zeit, exhb. cat. Hamburger Kunsthalle. Munich: Prestel, 1977 [“Kunst um 1800”]. [Includes several items by Blake, Flaxman, and Fuseli.]

Minnick, Thomas L., with the assistance of Detlef W. Dörrbecker. “A Checklist of Recent Blake Scholarship 1976-1977.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 104-109.

Powney, Christopher. See Bindman, David.

Robinson, K. E. “The Eighteenth Century,” pp. 242-276 in James Redmond, ed., The Year’s Work in English Studies. Vol. 56 (1975). London: for The English Association by John Murray, 1977. [For reviews of recent books and articles about Blake, see pp. 256-258.]

Wolf, Donald A., Tom Dargan, and Erica Doctorow. William Blake: The Poet as Painter. Garden City: Swirbul Library Gallery, Adelphi University, 1977. $1.50. [Exhibition catalogue.]

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II. EDITIONS, TRANSLATIONS, FACSIMILES, REPRODUCTIONS

*Bernus, Alexander von, ed. and trans. “[Gedichte von] William Blake” in Das Irdische Paradies: Englische Lyrik des XIX. Jahrhunderts in Umdichtung. 2 vols. Nürnberg: Hans Carl, 1947. I, 7-34. [A copy of this edition is in the Frankfurt University Library. The first printing was published in Weimar: Lichtenstein, n.d. (c. 1930). The translations were reprinted in the edition of Blake’s poems by Bernus and Schmiele, 1958.]

*Beutler, Ernst, ed. John Flaxman’s Zeichnungen [sic] zu Sagen des klassischen Altertums. Leipzig: Insel, 1910. [A much reduced reproduction of 143 of Flaxman’s outline engravings—not “drawings,” of course—including the complete Hesiod series.]

Bindman, David. Assisted by Deirdre Toomey. The Complete Graphic Works of William Blake. London: Thames and Hudson, 1978.

The Book of Job. Illustrated by William Blake; with a new introduction by Michael Marqusee. New York: Paddington, 1976. [In the series Masterpieces of the Illustrated Book.]

Darwin, Erasmus. The Botanic Garden [facsimile of the first combined edition of parts one and two (1791)], ed. Desmond King-Hele. London and Menston, Yorkshire: Scolar, 1973. [Edition limited to 500 numbered copies; includes reproductions of Blake’s engravings after Fuseli and the Portland Vase.]

Darwin, Erasmus. The Temple of Nature [facsimile of the first edition (1803)], ed. Desmond King-Hele. London and Menston, Yorkshire: Scolar, 1973. [Includes reproductions from Moses Haughton’s engravings after Henry Fuseli.]

Elliott, Patricia Dell. “A Critical Variorum Edition of William Blake’s The Book of Urizen.” Diss. University of Arkansas, 1977. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1977), 2804-A.

Erdman, David V., ed., with the assistance of Donald K. Moore. The Notebook of William Blake: A Photographic and Typographic Facsimile. Revised edition. New York: Readex Books, 1977.

Fuseli, Henry. “The Fall of the Titans.” Reproduced in Milton Quarterly, 12 (1978), 14.

Johnson, E. D. H. “Romantic, Victorian, and Edwardian.” The Princeton University Library Chronicle, 38 (1977), 198-224. [Notes the presence of two Blake watercolors and two Blake pencil drawings in Princeton’s Robert H. Taylor Collection (p. 222), and reproduces one of the pencil drawings (following p. 224).]

Latona, Joseph J. “Thomas Holcroft’s Seduction: A Critical Edition with Annotations.” Diss. New York University, 1976. Dissertation Abstracts International, 37 (1977), 5853-A.

Leyris, Pierre, ed. and trans. Œuvres de William Blake, vol. II. Paris: Aubier-Flammarion, 1977. [Contents: Poèmes tirés de divers manuscrits; L’évangile Etérnel; Les Portes du Paradis; Annotations aux Lavater; with introduction and notes by Leyris.]

Moore, Donald K. See Erdman, David V.

*Praz, Mario, ed. Poeti Inglesi dell’ Ottocento. Florence: Bemporad, 1925. [Includes translations of some of Blake’s poems and several references to Blake in the introductory essay.]

Reynolds, Joshua. Discourses on Art, ed. Robert R. Wark. New Haven, Ct., and London: Yale University Press for the Paul Mellon Centre for British Studies, 1975. [Rpt. of the 1959-San Marino edition, with added appendices, including Blake’s annotations in full.]

Toomey, Deirdre. See Bindman, David.

Urnov, D., and V. Vitkovskij, eds. Poèzija anglijskogo romantizma [The Poetry of English Romanticism]: William Blake, Walter Scott, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, William Wordsworth, Robert Southey, Thomas Moore, George Gordon Byron, Percy Bysshe Shelley, John Keats. Moscow: Xudoz. lit., 1975.

*Worbs, Erich, ed. In die Ewigkeit gesprochen: Letzte Gedanken, eine tröstliche Anthologie. Munich: Südwest Verlag, 1970. [About Blake’s death, with translations of fragments of his last letters, plus the 3rd and 4th stanzas of the poem known as “Jerusalem” from Milton 1; see pp. 176 f.]

III. CRITICAL STUDIES

Adlard, John. “Blake Enters Beulah.” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen, 78 (1977), 62-64.

Aers, D. “William Blake and the Dialectics of Sex.” ELH, 44 (1977), 500-514.

Allentuck, Marcia R. “Henry Fuseli’s ‘Queen Katherine’s Vision’ and Macklin’s Poets’ Gallery: A New Critique.” Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 39 (1976), 266-268.

Anon. “William Blake.” Süddeutsche Zeitung [Munich], 12 August 1977. [A short commemorative note only, including a paragraph quoted from Blake’s Marriage in the German translation of 1975.]

*Ansaldi, Giulio R. “Pittura neoclassica inglese: Nota su George Romney” in Vittorio Gabrieli, ed., Friendship’s Garland, Essays presented to Mario Praz on his seventieth birthday. 2 vols. Rome: Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, 1966. II, 43-50.

Ault, Donald D. “Incommensurability and Interconnection in Blake’s Anti-Newtonian Text.” Studies in Romanticism, 16 (1977), 277-303.

*Barfield, Owen. “William Blake zum 200. Geburtstag.” Die Drei; Anthroposophische Zeitung, 27 (1957), 305-312. [Includes four poems from the Bernus translation.]

Behrendt, Stephen C. “Blake’s Illustrations to Milton’s Nativity Ode.” Philological Quarterly, 55 (1976), 65-95.

Behrendt, Stephen C. “Bright Pilgrimage: William Blake’s Designs for ‘L’Allegro’ and ‘Il Penseroso’,” Milton Studies, 8 (1975), 123-147.

Bennett, Shelley Margaret. “Thomas Stothard, R. A.” Diss. University of California, Los Angeles, 1977. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1977), 2380-A.

Benzel, Michael Arnold. “Vision and Revision in The Four Zoas: The Evidence of the Manuscript,” Diss. University of Toledo, 1976. Dissertation Abstracts International, 37 (1977), 6492-A.

Bindman, David. Blake as an Artist. Oxford: Phaidon Press, and New York: E. P. Dutton, 1977. $18.95.

Bindman, David. “John Flaxman’s Funerary Monuments,” pp. 9-13 in Neoclassicismo: Atti del convegno internazionale dal Comité International d’Histoire begin page 144 | back to top de l’Art. Genoa: Istituto di Storia dell’arte della Universita degli Studi di Genova, 1973.

Boddon, Horst, and Herbert Kaussen. “William Blake, ‘London’,” in Modellanalysen Englischer Lyrik: Shakespeare, Marvell, Milton, Blake, Keats, Shelley, Hopkins, Yeats, Hughes. Stuttgart: Ernest Klett, 1974, pp. 66-79.

Brown, Norman O. Love’s Body: Wider die Trennung von Geist un Körper, Wort und Tat, Rede und Schweigen, trans. Anna and Dietrich Leube. Munich: Carl Hanser, 1977 [“Hanser Anthropologie,” ed. Wolf Lepenies and Henning Ritter.]

Carey, Frances. “Blake’s ‘Warring Angels’.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 120-123. [Announces, reproduces a hitherto unknown drawing.]

Carner, Frank Kenneth. “Four Contexts for the Study of the Relationship of Text and Design in the Illuminated Books of William Blake.” Diss. University of Toronto, 1976. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1978), 6138-A.

Carothers, Yvonne Marie. “Romantic Enthusiasm: Blake, Coleridge and Shelley.” Diss. University of California, Irvine, 1977. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1978), 5492-A.

Cohen, Paul Nathan. “‘Words Alone are Certain Good’: Yeats and the Unity of the Arts.” Diss. The State University of Rutgers, 1977. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1977), 2801-A. [Blake is treated as one of Yeats’s earliest literary models.]

Cooke, Michael G. The Romantic Will. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1976. $15.00 [Jerusalem is discussed on pp. 118-144, 187-201.]

Coomar, Devinder Mohan. “Silence, Language and the Poetry of Criticism in Romantic Expression: Blake, Keats, Foscolo, and Tagore.” Diss. University of California, Riverside, 1976. Dissertation Abstracts International, 37 (1976), 3601-A.

Coon, Stephen William. “Roads of Excess: Towards a Poetics of Visionary Writing: Blake, Burroughs, Lautréamont,[e] Michaux.” Diss. Brown University, 1976. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1977), 242-A.

Corti, Claudia. “Acque natali e acque lustrali nei ‘Songs of Innocence’ di Blake.” Rivista di letterature moderne e comparate, 30 (1977), 5-19.

Crown, Patricia Dahlman. “Edward F. Burney: An Historical Study in English Romantic Art.” Diss. University of California, Los Angeles, 1977. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1977), 4414-A.

Deck, Raymond H., Jr. “An American Original: Mrs. Colman’s Illustrated Printings of Blake’s Poems, 1843-44.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 4-18. [20 illus.]

Deck, Raymond H., Jr. “Mr. Rudall, The Flautist: An Authentic Blake Anecdote.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 123.

Deck, Raymond H., Jr. “New Light on C. A. Tulk, Blake’s Nineteenth-Century Patron.” Studies in Romanticism, 16 (1977), 217-236.

Dillon, Ralph G. “Source for Blake’s ‘The Sick Rose’.” American Notes and Queries, 12 (1974), 157-158.

Dilworth, Thomas R. “Blake’s Babe in the Woods.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 35-37.

Disalvo, Jacqueline Anne. “War of Titans: Blake’s Confrontation with Milton. The Four Zoas as Political Critique of Paradise Lost and the Genesis Tradition.” Diss. University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1977. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1977), 3456-A.

Dörrbecker, Detlef W. “Jean Paul Friedrich Richter and Blake’s Night Thoughts.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 124-125.

Dörrbecker, Detlef W. “‘That Man be separate from Man’: überlegungen zu einer Zeichnung William Blakes.” Jahrbuch der Hamburger Kunstsammlungen, 22 (1977), 101-126. [8 illus.]

Duerksen, Roland A. “The Life of Love: Blake’s Oothoon.” Colby Library Quarterly, 13 (1977), 186-194.

Eaves, Morris. “Blake and the Artistic Machine: An Essay in Decorum and Technology.” PMLA, 92 (1977), 903-927. [9 illus.]

Eaves, Morris. “What Is the ‘History of Publishing’?” Publishing History, 2 (1977), 57-77.

*Eliot, Thomas Stearns. “William Blake” in Hans Hennecke, ed. and trans. T. S. Eliot: Ausgewählte Essays 1917-1947. Berlin and Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 1950, pp. 335-344. [Obviously the first printing of this 1920 essay in a German translation, reprinted in the next entry; cf. Bentley, Blake Books, item 1544.]

*Eliot, Thomas Stearns. “William Blake” in Helmut Viebrock, ed. T. S. Eliot Werke, vol. III: Essays 2: Literaturkritik, trans. Hans Hennecke. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 1969, pp. 201-207.

Erdman, David V. “Errors in the Signet Classic Edition of The Selected Poetry of Blake.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 37.

Erdman, David V. “Preface to the Revised Edition of Blake’s Notebook.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 21-23.

Erdman, David V. “The Symmetries of The Song of Los.” Studies in Romanticism, 16 (1977), 179-188.

Farmer, John David. “Henry Fuseli, Milton and English Romanticism.” Bulletin of the Art Institute of Chicago, 68 (1974), 14-19.

Farwell, Brice. “More than Music Composed after Blake by Arthur Farwell.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 86-103.

Fawcett, Trevor. Art in the English Provinces: Artists, Patrons, and Institutions outside London 1800-1830. Oxford University Press, 1974. $24.00.

Ferber, Michael. “Blake’s Idea of Brotherhood.” PMLA, 93 (1978), 438-447.

Finke, Ulrich. “Dürers ‘Melancholie’ in der französischen und englischen Literatur und Kunst des 19. Jahrhunderts.” Zeitschrift des deutschen Vereins für Kunstwissenschaft, 30 (1976), 67-85. [On Blake, see p. 81.]

Foley, Matthew Joseph. “English Printing & Book Illustration 1780-1820.” Diss. University of California, Santa Cruz, 1977. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1978), 6368-A.

Folkenflik, Robert. “Macpherson, Chatterton, Blake and the Great Age of Literary Forgery.” The Centennial Review, 18 (1974), 378-391.

Gallagher, Philip J. “The Word Made Flesh: Blake’s ‘A Poison Tree’ and the Book of Genesis.” Studies in Romanticism, 16 (1977), 237-249.

Gallant, Christine Condit. “Regeneration through Archetype: William Blake’s Changing Myth in The Four Zoas.” Diss. University of Minnesota, 1976. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1977), 3480-A.

Gandolfo, Anita Marie. “Every Man’s Wisdom: Literary Affiliation Among Blake, Yeats, and Joyce.” begin page 145 | back to top Diss. City University of New York, 1977. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1977), 1408-A.

Gear, Josephine M. “Masters or Servants? A Study of Selected English Painters and Their Patrons of the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries.” Diss. New York University, 1976. Dissertation Abstracts International, 37 (1977), 5410-A. [Treats Gainsborough, Morland, Ibbetson, Wheatley, Stubbs, Collins, Westall, Northcote, Wilkie, and Haydon.]

Gillham, David G. “Ideas of Human Perfection.” Theoria, 45 (1975), 13-27. [Discusses ideas of human perfection in Milton, Blake, and Wordsworth.]

Gleckner, Robert F. “Blake, Gray, and the Illustrations.” Criticism, 19 (1977), 118-140.

Gleckner, Robert F. “Blake’s Illustration of the Third Temptation in Paradise Regained.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 126-127.

Gleckner, Robert F. “Blake’s Miltonizing of Chatterton.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 27-29.

Grant, John E. “The Female Awakening at the End of Blake’s Milton,” pp. 78-102 in John Karl Franson, ed., Milton Reconsidered: Essays in Honour of Arthur E. Barker. Salzburg, Austria, 1976. $12.12.

* Hartlaub, Gustav Friedrich. “William Blake, der Mystiker des Klassizismus” in Die grossen englischen Maler der Blütezeit 1730-1840. Munich: Münchner Verlag (bisher F. Bruckmann), 1948, pp. 151-162.

Harvey, A. D. “The English Epic in the Romantic Period.” Philological Quarterly, 55 (1976), 241-259. [“Blake’s Jerusalem, despite the consensus of critical opinion, is surely in the apocalyptic rather than the epic tradition . . . ”; treats Ogden, Cottle, Thelwall, Ogilvie, Northmore, Cumberland, and company.]

Heinzelman, Kurt. “Blake’s Golden Word.” English Language Notes, 15 (1977), 33-38.

Henning, C. M. “Blake’s Baptismal Font.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 38.

Heppner, Christopher. “‘A Desire of Being’: Identity and The Book of Thel.” Colby Library Quarterly, 13 (1977), 79-98.

Hoeveler, Diane Long. “The Erotic Apocalypse: The Androgynous Ideal in Blake and Shelley.” Diss. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1976. Dissertation Abstracts International, 37 (1977), 6498-A.

* Hönnighausen, Lothar. Präraphaeliten und Fin de Siecle: Symbolistische Tendenzen in der englischen Spätromantik. Munich: Wilhelm Fink, 1971. [Includes numerous references to Blake and the Preraphaelites.]

* Izzo, Carlo. “Responsibilita del traduttore.” in Gabrieli, Vittore, ed. Friendship’s Garland, Essays presented to Mario Praz on his seventieth birthday. 2 vols. Rome: Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, 1966; II, 361-380. [On translating Blake’s ‘Tyger’, see pp. 368 f., 373.]

Jackson, Mary. “Blake and Zoroastrianism.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 72-85.

Jaffé, Patricia. Drawings by George Romney. Cambridge, England: for the Fitzwilliam Museum by Cambridge University Press, 1977. £6.00 cloth; £2.00 paperbound.

James, G. Ingli. “Blake’s Mixed Media: A Mixed Blessing,” ch. 6, pp. 61-69, in W. Moelwyn Merchant, ed., Essays and Studies. Vol. 30 (1977). London: for The English Association by John Murray, 1977.

James, William Lloyd. “The Black Man in English Romantic Literature, 1772-1833.” Diss. University of California, Los Angeles, 1977. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1977), 2808-A. [Blake and slavery is the subject of the final chapter.]

Janson, Horst Woldemar. “Fuseli’s ‘Nightmare’,” rpt. in Sixteen Studies. New York, N.Y.: Abrams, 1974.

John, Brian. “Yeats’s Butterflies.” Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 2 (1976), 51-53. [Mentions Blake as a source of Yeats.]

* Kassner, Rudolf. Die Mystik, die Künstler und das Leben: über englische Dichter und Maler im 19. Jahrhundert; Accorde [1900]. Reprinted in Sämtliche Werke [Collected Works], vol. I, ed. Ernst Zinn. Pfullingen: Neske, 1969 [The chapter on “William Blake” now appears on pp. 23-68; cf. Keynes, 1921, item 328; Bentley & Nurmi, 1964, item 1446; Bentley, Blake Books, item 1988.]

Kaussen, Herbert. See Boddon, Horst.

* Kayser, Eugénie de. Das Abendland der Romantik. Geneva: Skira, 1965. [Blake is discussed on pp. 100 f. and passim.]

Keene, Michael Lawrence. “The Expansive Vision: Visual Perception and Romantic Poetry.” Diss. University of Texas at Austin, 1976. Dissertation Abstracts International, 37 (1977), 5143-A. [Theories of visual perception common in eighteenth-century England are related to the poetry of Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Shelley, and Keats.]

Kent, Donald L. See Roti, Grant C.

Klonsky, Milton. William Blake: The Seer and His Visions. New York, N. Y.: Harmony Books, and London: Orbis, 1977.

Ko, So Woong. “A Study of Japanese Criticism of William Blake’s Poetry.” Diss. University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 1976. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1977), 2141-A.

Lenorski, Daniel S. “The Descent from the Mountain.” Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 2 (1976), 21-31. [Comments on Blake’s influence on Yeats.]

Leonard, Harris Kieth. “William Blake and ‘The Mental Traveller’.” Diss. Howard University, 1976. Dissertation Abstracts International 38 (1978), 6743-A.

Lindop, Grevel. “Blake: ‘The Little Girl Lost’ and ‘The Little Girl Found’.” The Critical Survey, 6 (1973), 36-40.

Lindsay, David W. “‘The Song of Los’: An Interpretation of the Text.” Forum for Modern Language Studies, 13 (1977), 1-5.

Lister, Raymond. “Samuel Palmer’s Milton Watercolours.” Connoisseur, 194 (1977), 16-19.

Lister, Raymond. “‘The Ancients’ and the Classics.” Studies in Romanticism, 15 (1976), 395-404.

Livingston, Judith Hochstein. “The Impact of Africa Upon Major British Literary Figures, 1787-1902.” Diss. University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1977. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1977), 4847-A.

Ludman, Joan. See Mason, Lauris.

M. “Holy Thursday.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 38-40. [Reprints a letter to the Editor of the Monthly Magazine, 23 (1 July 1807), 554-556.]

Manlove, C. N. “Engineered Innocence: Blake’s ‘The Little Black Boy’ and ‘The Fly’.” Essays in Criticism, 27 (1977), 112-121.

Mason, Lauris, and Joan Ludman, eds. Print Collector’s begin page 146 | back to top Quarterly: An Anthology of Essays on Eminent Printmakers of the World, vol. I: Abbé to Blake. Millwood, N. Y.: kto press [Kraus-Thomson Organization], 1977, 512-621. [Reprints of contributions by E. L. Cary, L. Binyon, R. McDonald, J. S. Newberry, G. S. Hellman, and R. Todd.]

Mathews, Lawrence McKay. “Stems of Generation: The Figure of the Victim in the Poetry of William Blake.” Diss. University of British Columbia, 1976. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1977), 285-A.

McClellan, Jane. “Dramatic Movement as a Structuring Device in Blake’s Jerusalem.” Colby Library Quarterly, 13 (1977), 195-208.

McCord, James David. “William Blake’s Experiments in Illuminated Printing: 1793-1795.” Diss. University of California, Santa Barbara, 1977. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1977), 4142-A.

McGinnis, W. D. “Lawrence’s ‘Odour of Chrysanthemums’ and Blake.” Research Studies, 44 (1976), 251-252.

Meltzer, Helen Lora. “The Ancients: Samuel Palmer, Edward Calvert, George Richmond and Francis Oliver Finch.” Diss. Columbia University, 1975. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1977), 3776-A.

Mercier, Vivian. “Blake Echoes in Victorian Dublin.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 32-34.

Meyer, Jerry D. “Benjamin West’s Chapel of Revealed Religion: A Study in Eighteenth-Century Protestant Religious Art.” Art Bulletin, 57 (1975), 247-265. [Includes a brief discussion of Blake’s ‘Death on a Pale Horse’ which is compared with other contemporary artist’s treatments of the same subject.]

Mitchell, W. J. T. Blake’s Composite Art: A Study of the Illuminated Poetry.[e] Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1978. [112 illus.]

Mitchell, W. J. T. “Style as Epistemology: Blake and the Movement toward Abstraction in Romantic Art.” Studies in Romanticism, 16 (1977), 145-164.

Moss, John G. “William Blake and Wilson Harris: The Objective Vision.” Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 9, no. 3 (1975), 29-40.

Mulhallen, Karen G. “‘For Friendship’s Sake’: Some Additions to Blake’s Sheet for ‘Designs to a Series of Ballads’ (1802).” Studies in Bibliography, 29 (1976), 331-341.

Newsome, David. Two Classes of Men: Platonism and English Romantic Thought. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1975. $12.95. [Chapters 1-3 include treatment of Blake as a Platonist.]

Noll, Jacqueline Ann. “Old Testament Prophecy in Blake’s Lambeth Poems.” Diss. University of Maryland, 1977. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1978), 5500-A.

Paley, Morton D. “The Truchsessian Gallery Revisited.” Studies in Romanticism, 16 (1977), 165-177.

Paley, Morton D. William Blake. Oxford: Phaidon, and New York: E. P. Dutton, 1978. $19.95. [116 illus.]

Pananides, Dean Nicholas. “Vision and Form in William Blake’s Illuminated Poetry.” Diss. University of California, Santa Barbara, 1976. Dissertation Abstracts International, 37 (1977), 7765-A.

Perry, Donna Marie. “From Innocence through Experience: A Study of the Romantic Child in Five Nineteenth Century Novels.” Diss. Marquette University, 1976. Dissertation Abstracts International, 37 (1976), 3599-A. [Grounding her study in a consideration of Blake and Wordsworth, Ms. Perry traces the figure of the Romantic child in Jane Eyre, David Copperfield, The Mill on the Floss, Great Expectations, and What Maisie Knew.]

Peterfreund, Stuart S. “Blake’s Attack on Johnson.” Transactions of the Samuel Johnson Society of the Northwest, 7 (1974), 44-57.

Phillips, Michael. “William Blake and the ‘Unincreasable Club’: The Printing of Poetical Sketches.” Bulletin of the New York Public Library, 80 (1976), 6-18.

Piper, David, ed. The Genius of English Painting. New York: William Morrow & Company, 1975. $27.50. [Includes Mary Webster, “The Eighteenth Century,” pp. 145-197; Alan Bird, “The Romantics,” pp. 198-248. Many illustrations in color and black and white.]

* Praz, Mario. “I libri profetici di W. Blake.” La Fiera Letteraria, 14 (1926).

* Praz, Mario. “Blake occultista.” La Stampa, 13 December 1930. [This seems to be the first printing of Bentley and Nurmi, 1964, item 1780; Bentley, Blake Books, item 2450.]

* Praz, Mario. “Poeti maghi.” Il Tempo, 16 April 1965; rpt. in Praz, Mario. Letture di pensiero e d’arte. vol. 3: Cronache letterarie anglosassoni. Rome: Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, 1966, pp. 328-333. [In the same volume, and vol. 4 of the series the reader will find numerous other references to Blake.]

Pressly, William L., Jr. “James Barry’s The Baptism of the King of Cashul by St. Patrick.” The Burlington Magazine, 118 (1976), 643-648. [5 illustrations.]

Prickett, Stephen. Romanticism and Religion: The Tradition of Coleridge and Wordsworth in the Victorian Church. Cambridge University Press, 1976. $21.95. [Pp. 72-89 discuss Blake’s reaction to Wordsworth’s pantheism.]

Radner, John B. “The Youthful Harlot’s Curse: The Prostitute as Symbol of the City in 18th-Century English Literature.” Eighteenth-Century Life, 2 (March, 1976), 59-64.

Raine, Kathleen. “Blake’s Christ-Consciousness.” Studies in Comparative Religion, 10 (1976), 213-218.

Ray, Gordon N. The Illustrator and the Book in England from 1790 to 1914. Oxford, London, and New York: Oxford University Press for the Pierpont Morgan Library, 1976. $59.95.

Read, Dennis M. “George Frederick Cooke: Another Grave Subscriber Heard From.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 37-38.

Read, Dennis M. “William Blake and The Grave.” Diss. University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 1976. Dissertation Abstracts International, 37 (1977), 6478-A.

* Robinson, Henry Crabb. “William Blake, Künstler, Dichter und religiöser Schwärmer.” Vaterländisches Museum, 2 (1811): facsimile reprint, Nendeln, Liechtenstein: Kraus Reprint, 1971, pp. 107-131. [See Bentley, Blake Books, item 2538.]

Roche, Denis, ed. and trans. Pour les Sexes: Les Grilles de Paradise par William Blake. Paris: L’Energumène, 1976.

Rose, Edward J. “Blake and the Double: The Spectre as Doppelgänger.” Colby Library Quarterly, 13 (1977), 127-139.

Rose, Edward J. “The Gate of Los: Vision and Symbol in Blake.” Texas Studies in Literature and Language, 20 (1978), 1-14.

Rosenberg, Pierre. “Un dessin de Füssli à Narbonne.” begin page 147 | back to top La Revue du Louvre et des Musées de France, 27 (1977), 17-18.

* Roszak, Theodore. “Blake . . . or Bacon,” and “Blake: The Fourfold Vision” in Where the Wasteland Ends: Politics and Transcendence in Post Industrial Society. Garden City, N. Y.: Doubleday, 1972, and London: Faber and Faber, 1973, pp. 144-148, and pp. 296-314. [The Faber edition was reprinted in 1974.]

Roti, Grant C., and Donald L. Kent. “The Last Stanza of Blake’s London.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 19-21.

Rump, Gerhard Charles. George Romney (1734-1802): Zur Bildform der Bürgerlichen Mitte in der Englischen Neoklassik. 2 vols. Hildesheim and New York, N. Y.: Georg Olms Verlag, 1974. [The first full-length study of Romney’s art for at least half a century, including several references to Blake.]

Rump, Gerhard Charles. “Heroismus contra Natürlichkeit[e]: Vom aristokratischen zum burgerlichen ästhetischen Ideal in der englischen Kunst des Neoklassizismus.” Kunstchronik, 30 (1977), 113-114.

Scheffler, Karl. “England: John Flaxman—William Blake—Johann C. [sic] Füssli” in Geschichte der europäischen Malerei: Vom Klassizismus zum Impressionismus. Berlin: Bruno Cassirer, n.d. [c. 1927], pp. 95 ff. [Vol. I of Die europäische Kunst im neunzehnten Jahrhundert.]

Schiff, Gert, and Paola Viotto. L’opera completa di Füssli. Milan: Rizzoli Editore, 1977 [“Classici dell’ Arte,” vol. 91/n.s. vol. 6.]

Schlumberger, Eveline. “Füssli ou la fureur d’être.” Connaissance des arts, 279 (1975), 66-75.

Schmied, Wieland. “Füssli oder die Maske der Literatur,” and “William Blake oder die Maske der Mystik.” in Zweihundert Jahre phantastische Malerei. Berlin: Rembrandt Verlag, 1973, pp. 107-117.

Schmutzler, Robert. “Die Wirkung William Blakes” in Art Nouveau—Jugendstil, [2nd] rev. ed. Stuttgart: Gerd Hatje, 1977, pp. 44-53. [Blake is mentioned throughout as an important influence on art nouveau.]

Scholz, Joachim Josef. “Blake and Novalis: A Comparison of Romanticism’s High Arguments.” Diss. University of Chicago, 1977. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1977), 4808-A.

Shrimpton, Nick. “Hell’s Hymnbook: Blake’s ‘Songs of Innocence and of Experience’ and Their Models” in Literature of the Romantic Period 1750-1850. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1976, pp. 19-35.

Shroyer, Richard J. “The 1788 Publication Date of Lavater’s Aphorisms on Man.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 23-26.

Shroyer, Richard James. “Studies in the Chronology and Contexts of William Blake’s Early Poems: The First Decade, 1783-1793.” Diss. University of Toronto (Canada), 1975. Dissertation Abstracts International, 37 (1977), 6513-A.

Smith, S. “Some Responses to Heather Glen’s ‘The Poet in Society’: Blake and Wordsworth on London.” Literature & History, no. 4 (1976), 94-98.

Stanculescu, Liana P. “William Blake and the English Renaissance.” Diss. University of Miami, 1976. Dissertation Abstracts International, 37 (1976), 2902-A.

Steinberg, Leo. “Remarks on Certain Prints Relative to a Leningrad Rubens on the Occasion of the First Visit of the Original to the United States.” Print Collector’s Newsletter, 6 (1975), 97-102. [Includes remarks on Blake’s burin style in his early engravings.]

Stempel, Daniel. “Angels of Reason: Science and Myth in the Enlightenment.” Journal of the History of Ideas, 36 (1975), 63-78. [Discusses Voltaire, Blake (see pp. 72-74), and others.]

Stevenson, Warren. “Interpreting Blake’s Canterbury Pilgrims.” Colby Library Quarterly, 13 (1977), 115-126.

Stewart, Clark, illustrator. The Marriage of Heaven and Hell. Knoxville, Tenn.: Darkpool Press, 1972. $55.00. [Stewart’s 13 plates were issued in a limited edition of 100 numbered copies.]

Sutherland, John H. “Blake’s Milton: The Bard’s Song.” Colby Library Quarterly, 13 (1977), 142-157.

Syamken, Georg. “Die ‘Tageszeiten’ von Philipp Otto Runge und ‘The Book of Job’ von William Blake.” Jahrbuch der Hamburger Kunstsammlungen, 20 (1975), 61-70.

Tannenbaum, Leslie. “Lord Byron in the Wilderness: Biblical Tradition in Byron’s ‘Cain’ and Blake’s ‘The Ghost of Abel’.” Modern Philology, 72 (1974-75), 350-364.

Taylor, Anya. “Blake’s Moving Words and the Dread of Embodiment.” Cithara, 15 (1976), 75-85.

Taylor, Ronald Clayton. “The Semantics of Time in the Later Poetry of William Blake: A Stylistic Study.” Diss. University of California, Berkeley, 1976. Dissertation Abstracts International, 37 (1977), 5857-A.

Tebbetts, Terrell L. “Harmonious Spheres: The Relation of Preludium and Prophecy in Blake’s ‘America’.” Publications of the Arkansas Philological Association, 1 (1975), 49-55.

* Tietze, Hans. “Blake und Runge.” Der Kreis, Zeitschrift für künstlerische Kultur, 4 (1927), 449-455.

Todd, Ruthven. “A Tentative Note on the Economics of The Canterbury Pilgrims.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 30-31.

Tomory, Peter A. “Opie’s Portrait of Mrs. Fuseli?” Pantheon, 32 (1974), 379-381.

* Torbruegge, Marilyn K. “Johann Heinrich Füssli und ‘Bodmer-Longinus’: Das Wunderbare und das Erhabene.” Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Geistesgeschichte, 46 (1972), 161-185.

Traeger, Jörg. Philipp Otto Runge: Monographie und kritischer Katalog [Catalogue raissoné]. Munich: Prestel, 1975 [“Studien zur Kunst des 19. Jahrhunderts,” Sonderband. On Blake and Runge see pp. 26, 153, 159, 190-193, 279.]

Trawick, Leonard M. “William Blake’s German Connection.” Colby Library Quarterly, 13 (1977), 229-245.

Valiukénaité, Delija J. “Jurgis Baltrušaitis ir William Blake: Tarp mistikos ir humanizmo” in Rimvydas Silbajoris, ed. Lituanistikos Instituto 1973 metu suvažianmo darbai: Proceedings of the Institute of Lithuanian Studies 1973. Chicago, Ill.: Lithuanian Institute, 1975.

Warner, Janet. “Blake and the Language of Art: From Copy to Vision.” Colby Library Quarterly, 13 (1977), 99-114.

Weaver, Jack Wayne. “AE’s [i.e., George William Russell’s] Use of Blake in ‘The Irish Homestead’.” Journal of Irish Literature, 5 (1976), 144-147.

Wills, James Thomas. “William Blake’s Designs for Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress.” Diss. University of Toronto, 1975. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1977), 3525-A.

Wilner, Eleanor. Gathering the Winds: Visionary Transformations of Self and Society. Baltimore: begin page 148 | back to top The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1975.

Wilson, William Lewis, Jr. “Process and Imagination: The Romantic Absolute in Blake and D. H. Lawrence.” Diss. Emory University, 1977. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1977), 1421-A.

Wilton, Andrew. “Blake and the antique.” The British Museum Yearbook, 1 (1976 [“The Classical Tradition”]), 187-218.

Wilton, Andrew. “William Blake” in British Watercolours 1750 to 1850. Oxford: Phaidon, 1977, pp. 21-26.

Winter, David. “George Morland (1763-1804).” Diss. Stanford University, 1977. Dissertation Abstracts International, 38 (1978), 5103-A.

Wolff-Windegg, Philipp. “Fesselung und Freiheit als Grundthemen: Zum 150. Todestag des Dichters und Künstlers William Blake.” Tages-Anzeiger [Zurich], 12 August 1977.

Worrall, David. “Blake’s Derbyshire: A Visionary Locale in Jerusalem.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 34-35.

Worrall, David. “Blake’s Jerusalem and the Visionary History of Britain.” Studies in Romanticism, 16 (1977), 189-216.

* Yeats, William Butler. “William Blake und die Phantasie (1897)” and “William Blake und seine Illustrationen zur ‘Göttlichen Komödie’ (1897) [sic, for 1896]” in Friedrich Eckstein, ed. and trans. William Butler Yeats: Erzählungen und Essays. Leipzig: Insel, 1916, pp. 108-150. [Probably the first German translation of Bentley, Blake Books, items 3047 and 3051.]

* Yeats, William Butler. “William Blake und die Imagination” in Ausgewählte Werke: Nobelpreis 1923. Zurich: Coron, n.d. (1971), pp. 319-323. [Reihe des literarischen Nobelpreises, vol. 23.]

* Yeats, William Butler. “William Blake und die Einbildungskraft” and “William Blake und seine Illustrationen zur ‘Göttlichen Komödie’” in Werner Vordtriede, ed. William Butler Yeats: Werke, vol. 5: Essays und Einführungen, trans. Elizabeth Gilbert. Neuwied and Berlin: Hermann Luchterhand, 1972, pp. 104-139.

Yura, Kimiyoshi. “[Johann Heinrich Füssli—Epiphany of Nightmare and Terror].” Mizue, 2 (1974), 29-49. [More than half of the entire issue of this Japanese journal is devoted to an article on Fuseli, including numerous illustrations.]

IV. REVIEWS

Ault, Donald D. Visionary Physics. Reviewed by David Wagenknecht, Modern Philology, 74 (1976-77), 429-431.

Bentley, Gerald E., Jr. Blake Books. Reviewed by Adrian Eeles, The [London] Times Literary Supplement, 27 January 1978, p. 100; and by Robert N. Essick, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 178-199.

Bentley, Gerald E., Jr. William Blake: The Critical Heritage. Reviewed by Penelope B. Wilson, Modern Language Review, 72 (1977), 913-916.

Bindman, David. Blake as an Artist. Reviewed by Bevis Hillier, The [London] Times Literary Supplement, 17 February 1978, p. 212.

Bindman, David, et al. William Blake 1757-1827. Reviewed by Detlef W. Dörrbecker, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 44-49.

Bloom, Harold. The Anxiety of Influence. Reviewed by J. Blondel, études Anglaises, 30 (1977), 76.

Bloom, Harold. A Map of Misreading. Reviewed by J. Blondel, études Anglaises, 30 (1977), 77.

Bloom, Harold. Poetry and Repression. Reviewed by Morton D. Paley, Studia Neophilologica, 49 (1977), 159-161; by Alan Rodway, Notes and Queries, n.s., 24 (1977), 180-181; by J. Blondel, études Anglaises, 30 (1977), 77-78; by Frank Lentricchia, Modern Language Quarterly, 38 (1977), 110-112; by Paul D. Sheats, Keats-Shelly Journal, 37 (1978), 138-144.

Buchkunst von William Blake, an exhibition of the Blake Trust Facsimiles at the österreichisches Museum für angewandte Kunst, Vienna, May-June 1976. Reviewed by Buchsbaum, Wiener Zeitung, 9 May 1976; by Walter Zeleny, Salzburger Volksblatt, 11 May 1976; in Die Presse [Vienna], 8 [?14] May 1976; and in Wochenpresse [Vienna], 12 May 1976.

Burke, Joseph. English Art 1714-1800. Reviewed by Hugh Honour, The [London] Times Literary Supplement, 21 January 1978, p. 63.

Colby Library Quarterly. Blake Issue. Spring, 1977 [Vol. 13, no. 2; see Heppner, Christopher; Warner, Janet; Stevenson, Warren; Rose, Edward J.; and Sutherland, John H., under “Critical Studies”]. Reviewed by Bevis Hillier, The [London] Times Literary Supplement, 17 February 1978, p. 212.

Cooke, Michael G. The Romantic Will. Reviewed by Karl Kroeber, Keats-Shelley Journal, 37 (1978), 135-138.

Curran, Stuart, and Joseph A. Wittreich, Jr., eds. Blake’s Sublime Allegory. Reviewed by P. Malekin, Review of English Studies, n.s., 26 (1975), 339-343.

Dargan, Tom. See Wolf, Donald A.

Darwin, Erasmus. The Botanic Garden 1791, ed. Desmond King-Hele. Reviewed by Donald M. Hassler, Studies in Burke and His Time, 16 (1975), 291-293.

Davis, Michael. William Blake: A New Kind of Man. Reviewed by Morchard Bishop, The [London] Times Literary Supplement, 20 May 1978, p. 622.

Doctorow, Erica. See Wolf, Donald A.

Erdman, David V. The Illuminated Blake. Reviewed by David Bindman, Burlington Magazine, 119 (1977), 451-452.

Erdman, David V. The Notebook of William Blake, 1st ed. Reviewed by Leonard M. Trawick, Studies in Burke and His Time, 17 (1976), 71-74; by John E. Grant, Modern Philology, 75 (1977), 196-201; revised edition, by Thomas L. Minnick, Studies in Romanticism, 16 (1977), 267-268.

Essick, Robert, and Jenijoy La Belle, eds. Night Thoughts. Reviewed by Karen Mulhallen, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 41-42.

John Flaxman, exhibition at the Heim Gallery, London. Reviewed by David Irwin, Burlington Magazine, 118 (1976), 335-336.

Fox, Susan. Poetic Form in Blake’s Milton. Reviewed by Joseph Anthony Wittreich, Jr., Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 114-117; by P. Malekin, The Review of English Studies, n.s. 29 (1978), 101-103; by Leslie Brisman, Studies in Romanticism, 16 (1977), 260-267.

Frosch, Thomas R. The Awakening of Albion: The Renovation of the Body in the Poetry of William Blake. Reviewed by James C. Evans, Queen’s Quarterly: A Canadian Review, 81 (1974), 635-636.

Henry Fuseli, exhibition at the Tate Gallery, London. Reviewed by Robert Melville, Architectural Review, 157 (1975), 305-307; by Christopher Neve, Country Life, no. 4052, 27 February 1975, 492-493.

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Johann Heinrich Füssli, exhibition at the Petit Palais, Paris. Reviewed by Juliette de Butler, L’Information d’histoire de l’art, 20 (1975), 230-234.

Hofmann, Werner, ed. William Blake: Lieder der Unschuld und Erfahrung. Reviewed by Detlef W. Dörrbecker, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 44-49; in Tagesspiegel [Berlin], 13 April 1975; in Frankfurter Abendpost Nachtausgabe, 15 May 1975; in Oberösterreichische Nachrichten [Linz, Austria], 24 July 1975; in Elseviers Magazine [Netherlands], 26 July 1975; in Berliner Morgenpost, 26 August 1975; by Helmuth A. Niederle, österreichischer Rundfunk [radio broadcast], 19 June 1976; by Konrad Holzer, österreichischer Rundfunk [radio broadcast], 20 December 1976.

Howard, John. Blake’s “Milton”: A Study in the Selfhood. Reviewed by Morris Eaves, Studies in Romanticism, 16 (1977), 251-260.

John, Brian. Supreme Fictions; Studies in the Work of William Blake, Thomas Carlyle, W. B. Yeats, and D. H. Lawrence. Reviewed by Denis Donoghue, Modern Language Review, 72 (1977), 155-156; by M. P. Scofield, The Review of English Studies, 28 (1977), 102-110.

Keynes, Geoffrey, ed. William Blake: Die Vermählung von Himmel und Hölle. Reviewed by Detlef W. Dörrbecker, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 44-49; and in National-Zeitung [Basel], 27 March 1975.

Keynes, Geoffrey, ed. William Blake: The Marriage of Heaven and Hell. Reviewed by John Beer, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 42-44.

Keynes, Geoffrey, ed. William Blake’s Laocoön.[e] Reviewed by Charles Ryskamp, The [London] Times Literary Supplement, 1 April 1977, p. 413.

Klonsky, Milton. William Blake: The Seer and His Visions. Reviewed by Anatole Broyard, New York Times, 9 November 1977, section C, p. 22.

La Belle, Jenijoy. See Essick, Robert.

Lindberg, Bo. William Blake’s ‘Illustrations to the Book of Job’. Reviewed by David Bindman, Burlington Magazine, 119 (1977), 451-452; by Martin Butlin, Art Bulletin, 57 (1975), 295-296.

Lister, Raymond. Infernal Methods: A Study of William Blake’s Art Techniques. Reviewed by Corlette Walker, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 203-204; by Morris Eaves, Publishing History, 2 (1978), 57-77.

Mellor, Anne K. Blake’s Human Form Divine. Reviewed by David Bindman, Burlington Magazine, 119 (1977), 451-452.

Nathan, Norman. Prince William B.: The Philosophical Conceptions of William Blake. Reviewed by Penelope B. Wilson, Modern Language Review, 72 (1977), 913-916.

Newsome, David. Two Classes of Men. Reviewed by Melvin Rader, English Language Notes, 14 (1977), 303-305.

Paananen, Victor N. William Blake. Reviewed by Edward J. Rose, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 205-206.

Paley, Morton D., and Michael Phillips, eds. William Blake: Essays in honour of Sir Geoffrey Keynes. Reviewed by P. Malekin, Review of English Studies, n.s., 26 (1975), 339-343; by Leonard M. Trawick, Studies in Burke and His Time, 17 (1976), 156-159.

Rosenblum, Robert. Modern Painting and the Northern Tradition: Friedrich to Rothko. Reviewed by W. J. T. Mitchell, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 200-202.

Rump, Gerhard Charles. Romney (1974). Reviewed by Johannes Dobai, Kunstchronik, 29 (1976), 351-355.

Stewart, Clark, illustrator. The Marriage of Heaven and Hell. Reviewed by Judith Ott, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 117-119.

Tomory, Peter. The Life and Art of Henry Fuseli. Reviewed by Peter Alan Taylor, Studies in Burke and His Time, 17 (1976), 141-145.

Viebrock, Helmut. [A lecture on Blake delivered at the Städel museum, Frankfurt, in connection with the 1975-Blake exhibition]. Reviewed in Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 24 June 1975.

Wagenknecht, David. Blake’s Night: William Blake and the Idea of the Pastoral. Reviewed by P. Malekin, Review of English Studies, n.s., 26 (1975), 339-343.

Wilkinson, A. M. William Blake and the Great Sin: An Inaugural Lecture. Reviewed by Penelope B. Wilson, Modern Language Review, 72 (1977), 913-916.

Wittreich, Joseph A., Jr. Angel of Apocalypse. Reviewed by P. Malekin, The Review of English Studies, 28 (1977), 350-353.

Wolf, Donald A., Tom Dargan, and Erica Doctorow. William Blake: The Poet as Painter. [Catalogue of the Adelphi University exhibition.] Reviewed by Ruth Fine, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 11 (1977-78), 110-114.

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