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CHECKLISTS

A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WILLIAM BLAKE IN JAPAN, 1969-1977

Blake Books (1977) covers works on Blake in Japan up to about 1969. The following list attempts to fill in lacunae in Blake Books.

Bokushin: Bunkagu Kikan [The Faun: The Quarterly of Literature] Vol. V (January 1976) [Special Issue: William Blake: The Book of Prophecy and Mystery]:

  1. * “Blake’s Plate.” Pp. 6-14.

  2. * Hideo Funato. “Blake no ato o tazunete [On Visiting Blake’s Traces].” Pp. 16-25.

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  4. * W. B. Yeats. “Blake no geijutsu kan [The Criticism of Blake’s Art].”1 1 No Yeats essay with a title much like this is known in English. Tr. Takayuki Hiranuma. Pp. 26-37.

  5. * R. Kassner. “Genshi Geijutsu [Vision and Art].” Tr. Kiyozumi Haruyama. Pp. 38-49. [Presumably a translation of his 1900 essay.]

  6. * Narumi Umetsu. “Ningen no jitsuryoku to yu koto [On Ability of Man].” Pp. 50-55.

  7. * Yasunari Takahashi. “Yogen to Innocence [Prophecy and Innocence].” Pp. 56-62.

  8. Shigeru Taniguchi. “Blake kenkyu bunken ni tsuite [A Bibliographical Study of Blake].” Pp. 63-68.

  9. * Toru Egawa. “Blake shinwa jiten [A Dictionary of Names in Blake’s Myth].” Pp. 69-79.

  10. * “Blake’s Chronology.” Pp. 80-83.

  11. * Hisayoshi Toriumi. “Blake to kakumei no shinwa [Blake and the Myth of Revolution].” Pp. 84-97.

  12. * “Albion no musume tachi no genso [Visions of the Daughters of Albion (1)].” Tr. Hisayoshi Toriumi. Pp. 98-105.

  13. * “America.” Tr. Toru Egawa. Pp. 106-19.

  14. * “Europe.” Tr. Hideo Funato. Pp. 120-33.

  15. * Toru Egawa. “Jojoshi to yogensho [Lyric Poetry and the Book of Prophecy].” Pp. 134-43.

  16. * M. L. Cazamian. “Rinri to sei no kachi—shoki yogen sho [The First Book of Prophecy].” Tr. Yoshiro Hara. Pp. 144-49. [Presumably extracted from his book of 1947.]

  17. * Hideo Kishi. “Sei no genso—Pickering kohon ni tsuite [On “The Pickering MS”].” Pp. 150-59.

  18. * “The Book of Urizen.” Tr. Sotoyoshi Masutani. Pp. 160-75.

  19. * “The Book of Ahania.” Tr. Kojiro Ito. Pp. 176-89.

  20. * “The Book of Los.” Tr. Hideo Kishi. Pp. 190-93.

  21. * “The Song of Los.” Tr. Takayuki Hiranuma. Pp. 194-99.

  22. * Sotoyoshi Masutani. “Blake no shocho to eizo [Symbol and Image of Blake].” Pp. 200-11.

  23. * Masahiko Maeda. “Jerusalem to mokujiteki sozoryoku [Jerusalem and Apocalyptic Imagination.” Pp. 212-25.

  24. * Shigeko Tsuchiya. “Genshi no nimensei [Two Faces of Vision].” Pp. 226-36.

Bokushin: Bungaku Kikan [The Faun: The Quarterly Literature], Vol. VI (July 1976) [Special Issue: William Blake: Songs of Innocence]:

  1. * “Songs of Innocence and of Experience: Plate.” Pp. 6-15.

  2. * Bunsho Jugaku. “Osanaki Blake [The Childhood of Blake].” Pp. 16-21. [Reprinted from Blake to (and) Whitman, II (1932), 387-93.]

  3. * K. Yura, T. Yokoo, M. Yoshimura, R. Kida. “Kon’nichi ni ikiru Blake; zadankai [Today’s Blake: A Round-Table Talk].” Pp. 22-53.

  4. * “Songs of Innocence and of Experience (1).” Tr. K. Yuaa. Pp. 54-63.

  5. * “Songs of Innocence and of Experience (2).” Tr. Toru Egawa. Pp. 64-73.

  6. * Masahiko Maeda. “‘Innocence’ to ‘Experience’ no shutten ni tsuite [On the Source of ‘Innocence’ and ‘Experience’].” Pp. 74-83.

  7. * “Shiteki Sobyo [Poetical Sketches].” Tr. Takashi Hiranuma. Pp. 84-94.

  8. Shigeru Taniguchi. “Blake no jojoshi to shoki yogensho ni kansuru kenkyu bunken ni tsuite [A Bibliographical Study of Blake’s Lyric Poetry and The Early Prophetic Books].” Pp. 95-100.

  9. * Yukiko Imamura. “Blake imeiji jiten [A Dictionary of Blake’s Images].” Pp. 101-11.

  10. * “From the Notebook (1).” Tr. K. Yura. Pp. 112-15.

  11. * “From the Notebook (2).” Tr. Toru Egawa. Pp. 116-37.

  12. * Soetsu Yanagi. “Blake no kotoba [Blake’s Words].” Pp. 138-45. [Reprinted from Shirakaba (The White Birch), V, 7 (1914)—apparently not in Blake Books.]

  13. * Makoto Sangu. “Blake no hanga ni tsuite [On Blake’s Engravings].” Pp. 146-51. [Reprinted from The Collected Works of Makoto Sangu, Vol. III—neither essay nor book is recorded in Blake Books.]

  14. * “The Marriage of Heaven and Hell.” Tr. Michiko Uchida. Pp. 152-69.

  15. Kazuko Kumori. “Blake juyoshi no ichi danmen—Bernard Leach shi ni kiku [A History of Introduction of Blake—Asking Mr. Bernard Leach].” Pp. 170-81.

* Bronowski, J. Blake Kakumei no jidai no yogensha [Blake and the Age of Revolution]. Tr. Susumu Takagi. Tokyo: Kinokuniya Book Store, 1976.

Fukuura, Noritaka. “Blake no ‘The Mental Traveller’ ni tsuite [On Blake’s ‘The Mental Traveller’].” Hokkaido Eigoeibungaku [English Literature in Hokkaido], XVI (1971), 21-30.

Haniya, Yutaka. “Blake no shingen [Blake and his Proverbs].” Chikuma: The Chikuma, LXI (1974), 1.

* Ikegaya, Toshiro. “Blake shikan, sono shocho to sekai—1—‘The Gates of Paradise’ [An Essay on Blake’s Poetry, His Symbol and View of Life— (1) The Gates of Paradise].” Jissen Joshi Daigaku Bungakubu Kiyo: The Faculty of Letters of Jissen Women’s University, Annual Reports of Studies, XIII (1970), 20-30.

§ Isoda, Koichi. “Ushinawareta Kairitsu o motomete—Blake to Wordsworth, 1, 2 [Seeking the Lost Commandments—Blake and Wordsworth 1, 2—The English Romantic Poets].” Bungei [Literature], XIII, 4 (1974), 244-63, XIII, 8 (1974), 236-54.

Jagaku, Bunsho. “Blake to Nippon [Blake and Japan].” Gakuto [Lamplight of Learning], LXX, 3 (March 1973), 8-11.

— “Dante to [and] Blake.” Eigo Seinen: The Rising Generation, CXIX, 6 (1973), 2-3.

Kamei, Keiko. “Blake no ‘eien no fukuin’—kare no motometa ningenzo [Blake’s ‘Everlasting Gospel’—On the Humanity Blake Sought].” Yasuda Joshi Daigaku Kiyo: Journal of Yasuda Women’s University, I (1967), 59-71.

Kamishima, Kenkichi. “Tairitsu no kakuseisha Blake [Blake, the Prophet of Contrariety].” Jiyu [Freedom], XIII (1971), 218-27.

Kaneda, Keikô. “Blake no shiso no ichi kosatsu [A Study of Blake’s Thought].” Taisho Daigaku Kenkyu Kiyo, Bungakubu, Bukkyogakubu [Memoirs of Taisho University, The Departments of Buddhism and Literature], LXI (1975), 393-400.

Kashiwagi, Toshikazu. “Roman ha no ‘Child’ oboegaki—Blake to Wordsworth no bawai [A Note on “Child” in Romanticism—Blake and Wordsworth].” Kobe Miscellany: begin page 200 | back to top Journal of the English Literature of Kobe University, VI (1972), 75-103.

Katsura, Fumiko. “William Blake ‘Jerusalem’ oboegaki [A Note on William Blake’s Jerusalem].” Ryukoku Daigaku Ronshu: Journal of Ryukoku University, no. 405 (1975), 95-109.

— “William Blake ‘Milton’—Kami no michi o hitobito ni gi to surutame ni [William Blake’s Milton: “To Justify the Ways of God to Men”].” Ryukoku Daigaku Ronshu: Journal of Ryukoku University, no. 404 (1974), 110-27.

§ Kishi, Hideaki. “Innocence no kyozo to jitsuzo—William Blake no ‘Songs of Innocence’ ni tsuite [A virtual image and a real image of “Innocence”—A Study of William Blake’s Songs of Innocence].” Aoyama Gakuin Daigaku Eibungaku Shicho: Aoyama Journal of English Literature, XLV (1972), 15-34.

* Kodama, Sanechika. “The Book of Job to [and] William Blake.” Doshisha Daigaku Eigoeibungaku Kenkyu: Doshisha Studies in English, The Literary Association of Doshisha University, IV (1972), 24-38.

Kodama, Yukimasa. “Blake shohin sho yaku [Translation from Blake’s Shorter Poems].” Joshi Sei Gakuin Tanki Daigaku Eibungakkai Goshunen Kinen Ronshu: Joshi Sei Gakuin Junior College, The English Literary Society, The Collection of Papers of Fifth Anniversary (March 1973), 86-93.

§ Kondo, Kunio. “William Blake to kare no futatsu no sakuhin ni tsuite [William Blake and his Two Works].” Rissho Ronso: Journal of Rissho University, III (1973), [?].

§ Kon’no, Rikyu. “Blake no shigeki ‘King Edward the Third’ ni tsuite—Sakuhin no umareru yurai to shippitsu no ito o saguru [Blake and his “King Edward the Third”—On the Intent and Process of the Work].” Hokkaido Eigoeibungaku [English Literature in Hokkaido], XVII (1972), 20-28.

— “Blake no ‘Tiriel’ ni tsuite—‘Tiriel’ wa Sir Joshua Reynolds ka [On Blake’s Tiriel—Tiriel as Criticism of Sir Joshua Reynolds].” Muroran Kogyo Daigaku Kenkyu Hokoku: Memoirs of the Muroran Institute of Technology, VIII, 1 (1973), 149-63.

§ — “Blake to Girisha Bunka—‘the day after visiting the Truchsessian Gallery’ no igi ni tsuite [Blake and Greek Culture—On the Meaning of “the day after visiting the Truchsessian Gallery”].” Hokkaido Eigoeibungaku [English Literature in Hokkaido], XIX (1974), 24-31.

— “Reynolds to Blake—Blake no Reynolds hihan [Reynolds and Blake—Blake’s criticism on Reynolds].” Muroran Kogyo Kaigaku Kenkyu Hokoku: Memoirs of The Muroran Institute of Technology, VIII, 1 (1973), 133-47.

* — “William Blake no ‘Newton’ ni tsuite [On Blake’s “Newton”].” Muroran Kogyo Daigaku Kenkyu Hokoku: Memoirs of the Muroran Institute of Technology, IX, 1 (1976), 197-216.

* — “W. Blake no shi ‘The Book of Thel’ ni tsuite—Thel wa naze Har no tani ni nige modotta ka [A Study of Blake’s poem The Book of Thel: Why did Thel flee back into the Vale of Har?].” Muroran Kogyo Daigaku Kenkyu Hokoku: Memoirs of the Muroran Institute of Technology, VIII, 3 (1976), 381-93.

* — “William Blake no shi ‘Visions of the Daughters of Albion’ ni tsuite—shukyo kara no sei no kaiho [A Study of Blake’s poem Visions of the Daughters of Albion—free sex from religion].” Muroran Kogyo Daigaku Kenkyu Hokoku: Memoirs of The Muroran Institute of Technology, VIII, 3 (1976), 395-412.

* Maeda, Masahiko. “Blake no henshin to fukugo geijutsu—‘Songs of Innocence’ kara ‘The Book of Los’ made [Blake’s change of heart and his composite art—from Songs of Innocence to The Book of Los].” Eibungaku, Rikkyo Daigaku Bungakubu Eibeibungaku Kenkyushitsu: English and American Literature, The Rikkyo Review, Arts & Letters, The Departments of Literature of Rikkyo University, XXXVII (1977), 1-42.

Masutani, Sotoyoshi. “William Blake no shocho to Eizo [Symbol and Image of William Blake].” Hitotsubashi Daigaku Gengo Bunka: Cultura Philologica, XI (1975), 21-37.

§ Matsuo, Rikio. “A Study of William Blake: The Essence of the Songs of Innocence.Hannan Ronshu: Journal of Hannan University X, 5 (1975).

§ — “A Study of William Blake: Insane or Not.” Hannan Ronshu: Journal of Hannan University X, 2 (1975).

Matsushima, Shoichi. “Orc no Yogen—William Blake no ‘Lambeth Shihen’ ni tsuite [Prophecy of Orc—On Blake’s “Lambeth Books”].” Walpurgis ’72, Kokugakuin Daigaku Gaigo Kenkyushitsu: Walpurgis ’72, Kokugakuin University, (1974), 1-13.

§ — “Shijin to jiko kakumei—William Blake no sekai [Poet and Self-Revolution—The World of William Blake].” Gendai Bungaku [Modern Literature], III (1972).

— “Yogensho eno michi—W. Blake ‘seishin no tabibito’ ko [A Way to the Prophetic Books—A Study of “The Mental Traveler”].” Walpurgis ’77, Kokugakuin Daigaku Gaigo Kenkyushitsu: Walpurgis ’77, Kokugakuin University, (1977), 75-89.

* Mizue [Water-Colour Paintings: A Monthly Review of the Fine Arts], No. 816 (1973) [Special Issue: William Blake: The Visionary of Mysterious Space]:

1. Kimi Yura. “Vision no naka no daini no muku [The Second Innocence in Vision].” Pp. 35-54.

2. Takahiko Okada. “Moeru kokoro de hono o shimesu [To Reveal the Flames with a Heart that Burns].” Pp. 55-59.

The issue includes 55 Blake plates in color, mostly very large and fine.

§ Nakajima, Kenji. “W. Blake’s ‘shohin shishu’ no kenkyu [A Study of W. Blake’s Shorter Poems].” Nebyurasu [The Nebulous], II (1975).

§ — “A Brief Study of William Blake’s An Island in the Moon.Nebyurasu [The Nebulous], III (1975).

Nakamura, Shinichiro. “The Seeker of the Self: William Blake in the Light of Zen and Psycho-analysis.” Kinki Daigaku Seito Joshi Tanki Daigaku Kiyo: Memoirs of Seito Women’s Junior College, IV (1974), 86-102.

Noriyama, Shigemasa. “W. Blake no ‘Songs of Experience’ no kenkyu [A Study of W. Blake’s Songs of Experience].” Kinki Daigaku Kogakubu Kiyo, Gaikokugo Gaikokubungaku: Bulletin of The Faculty of Kinki University, Foreign Language and Literature, III (1972), 1-8, IV (1974), 13-20.

— “A Study of ‘Songs of Innocence’—W. Blake’s Imagery and Symbolic World.” Kinki Daigaku Kogakubu Kiyo, Gaikokygo Gaikokubungaku: Bulletin of The Faculty of Kinki University, Foreign Language and Literature, II (1972), 43-62.

* Ogawa, Jiro. William Blake ‘Mushin to keiken no uta’ kenkyu [A Study of William Blake’s Songs of Innocence and of Experience. Revised Edition]. Tokyo: Chuô Tosho Shuppan, 1975. 300pp. [The first edition of this thesis was published in 1950.]

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— , tr. “William Blake: ‘My Spectre around me night and day’ (fukumu genshi taiyaku) [William Blake: “My Spectre around me night and day” (A Parallel Translation)].” Ryukoku Daigaku Ronshu: Journal of Ryukoku University[e], no. 400-401 (1973), 47-63.

— “William Blake no sokoshi nihen [Two Poems from William Blake’s Notebook].” Chukyo Daigaku Bungakubu Kiyo (Chukyo Daigaku Gakujutsu Kenkyukai): Journal of the Faculty of Letters (Society of Science Research of Chukyo University), IX, 3 (1975), 1-13.

* — William Blake ‘Rossetti kohon’ shoki no shi [William Blake’s “Rossetti Manuscript”]. Tokyo: Bunka Hyoron Sha, 1972. 166 pp.

* Okamoto, Kenjiro. Bureiku [Blake]. Tokyo: Iwasaki Bijutsu Sha, 1970. 146 pp.

Okuda, Kihachiro. “Blake shinpi shi oboegaki 1, 2 [A Note on Blake’s Mysterious Poems 1, 2].” Gakuen [Garden of Learning: Journal of Showa Joshi University], CCCXCII (1972), 23-40; CCCXCIII (1972), 61-70.

Okuma, Akinobu. “Blake and the Enlightenment: An Hypothesis.” OTSUKA Review, Tokyo Kyoiku Daigaku Daigakuin Eibungakkai: OTSUKA Review, The Society of English Literature, The Postgraduate Course of Tokyo Educational University, XII (1975), 16-28.

Shimazaki, Kazuo. “Blake no kami ni tsuite [On the God of Blake].” Tokushima Daigaku Gakugei Gakubu Kiyo: Journal of Gakugei Tokushima University (Cultural Science), XI (1962), 1-13.

Shioe, Kozo. “Nicholas Poussin to [and] William Blake.” Kyoto Shiritsu Geijutsu Daigaku Bijutsubu Kenkyu Kiyo: Bulletin of the Department of Fine Arts, Kyoto City University of Arts, XX (1975), 12-22.

Sudo, Nobuo. “Kami koroshi no shijin W. Blake [W. Blake, Poet as God-Killer].” Meiji Gakuin Daigaku Kirisutokyo Kenkyusho Kiyo: Journal of the Institute of Christianity of Meiji Gakuin University, VII (1974), 1-21.

Takemori, Osamu. “William Blake tanshi ‘Kageusuki Oyaji Ni’ kaishaku (i)-(7) [William Blake’s Short Poem “To Nobodaddy”, Interpretation Part (1)-(7)].” Kokoro [The Mind]: XXV, 2 (1972), 17-29; XXVI, 1 (1972), 102-105; XXVI, 2 (1972), 64-74; XXVI, 3 (1972), 62-68; XXVI, 5 (1972), 80-86; XXVI, 7 (1973), 81-86; XXVI, 8 (1973), 75-85.

— “William Blake’s ‘To Tirzah’ kaishaku [William Blake’s “To Tirzah”, Interpretation].” Eibungaku Kenkyu: The Study of English Literature, XLVII, 2 (1971), 179-98.

Taniguchi, Shigeru. “Blake no ‘Milton’ no nakano ‘A Bard’s Song’ ni tsuite [On “A Bard’s Song” in Blake’s Milton].” Reitaku Daigaku Kiyo [Bulletin of Reitaku University], XIV (1972), 71-86.

— “‘The Four Zoas’, Night the Third no bunseki: Zoa-Emanation kankei no kaifuku e no mosaku [An Analysis of The Four Zoas, Night the Third—A Search for the Restoration of the Zoa-Emanation Relationship].” Reitaku Daigaku Kiyo [Bulletin of Reitaku University], XVIII (1975), 40-48.

— “‘The Four Zoas’, Night the Fourth no bunseki: Enion no kaifuku o mezasu Tharmas no saku [An Analysis of The Four Zoas, Night the Fourth: Tharmas’ Attempts to Restore Enion].” Reitaku Daigaku Kiyo [Bulletin of Reitaku University], XXIII (1977), 27-34.

— “‘The Four Zoas’ to ‘Milton’ ni okeru Spectres no ichi kosatsu; Counterpart to Negation no mondai [A Study of “Spectres” in The Four Zoas and Milton: The Problem of “Counterpart” and “Negation”].” Reitaku Daigaku Kiyo [Bulletin of Reitaku University], XII (1971), 140-58.

— “On the Alliance of Tharmas and Urthona in The Four Zoas: A Clue to the Role of Tharmas.” Reitaku Daigaku Kiyo [Bulletin of Reitaku University], XXIV (1977), 1-16.

Toki, Tsuneji. “Blake to fukugo geijutsu [Blake and his “Composite Art”].” Eigo Seinen: The Rising Generation, CXIX, 4 (1973), 204-05.

— “William Blake no sozoryoku [William Blake’s Imagination].” Toritsu Daigaku Jinbungakuho : Bulletin of Toritsu University, The Humanities, LXXXVI (1972), 59-75.

§ Toriumi, Hisayoshi. “Hyogensei to chushosei—Blake oboegaki [Expression and Abstraction—A Note on Blake.” Oberon [Oberon: Journal of the Oberon Society], (July 1973).

§ Tsuchiya, Shigeko. “Blake ‘Milton’ wa Blake ka [Is Blake’s Milton Blake?].” Kikan Eibungaku: English Quarterly, VI (1971).

§ — “Blake no Vision o megutte [On Blake’s Vision].” Albion, XIII (1967).

§ — “Owari no toki—‘Jerusalem’ shiron [The time of the end—On Jerusalem].” Albion, XX (1974), 33-47.

— “Vision no hizumi—‘Four Zoas’ o megutte [The Warp of Vision—On The Four Zoas].” Critica, XVI (1972), 2-13.

Yamanaka, Sakiyo. “‘Jerusalem’ ni okeru kirisutokyo kan to sono koso [William Blake’s Idea of Christianity in Jerusalem].” Seinan Gakuin Daigaku Eigoeibungaku Ronshu: Studies in English Language and Literature Seinan Gakuin University, XVI, 1-2 (1974), 33-46.

§ — “William Blake no ba—Prophetic Writing o kenkyu suru ni saishite [The Place of William Blake—A Study of Prophetic Writing].” Eigoeibungaku Kenkyu: The Study of English Literature, VI, 1 (1959).

Yasuda, Masayoshi. “Blake ni okeru niju no ‘invocation’ [Double Invocations in Blake].” Kwansei Gakuin Daigaku Ronko: Eibeibungaku Gogaku Kenkyu: Kwansei Gakuin Studies in English, XXVI (1974), 1-13.

§ — “‘Introduction’ to ‘Songs of Innocence’ ni tsuite [On the “Introduction” to Songs of Innocence].” Kwansei Gakuin Daigaku Keizaigakubu, Bungaku Gogaku Ronshu: Essays in Language and Literature, The Faculty of Economics of Kwansei Gakuin University, (1969), 59-74.

— “Blake no keiken no kan’nen [Blake’s Concept of Experience].” Kwansei Gakuin Daigaku Ronko: Journal of Kwansei Gakuin University, XVIII (1971), 107-20.

§ — “William Blake and His Myth-Making.” Kwansei Gakuin Daigaku Obun Kiyo: The English Journal of Kwansei Gakuin University, XX (1973)[?]).

— “Blake ni okeru Muse [The Muse in Blake’s Poems].” Kwansei Gakuin Daigaku Ronko, Eibungaku Gogaku Kenkyu: Kwansei Gakuin Studies in English, XXXII (1976), 13-30.

Yoshihara, Fumio. “W. Blake no keiken no uta ni tsuite [On W. Blake’s Songs of Experience—1].” Daito Bunka Daigaku Kiyo (Jinbun Kagaku): Bulletin of Daito Bunka University (The Humanities), XIII (1975), 245-50.

Yoshimura, Masakazu. “Blake to ‘Enkan’ [Blake and the “Cycle”].” Okayama Daigaku Kyoyobu Kiyo: Journal of The School of General Education, Okayama University, XI (1975), 87-111.

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