“The Eternal Wheels of Intellect”: Dissertations on
by G.E. Bentley, Jr.
Some Not-So-Familiar Visionary Heads
by G. Ingli James
Mr. Jacko “Knows What Riding Is” in 1785: Dating
Blake’s Island in the Moon
by R.J. Shroyer
Blake and Morland: The First State of “The
by Jenijoy La Belle
Another Cumberland Bibliography
by Christopher Heppner
Brian Wilkie and Mary Lynn Johnson’s
Blake’s Four Zoas: The Design of a Dream
reviewed by Andrew Lincoln
Karl Kroeber and William Walling’s
Images of Romanticism: Verbal and Visual Affinities
reviewed by Anne K. Mellor
Alicia Ostriker’s William Blake: The
reviewed by John Kilgore
Richard D. Altick’s The Shows of
reviewed by Morton D. Paley
by Katharyn R. Gabriella
|Query, Todd Collection, Missing Issues, Jungian Perspectives, Papers Read, Two Recent Lectures in London, Recent Exhibitions of Interest [e]|
JENIJOY LA BELLE, Associate Professor of Literature, California Institute of Technology, is the co-author of books on Blake’s Night Thoughts and Flaxman’s Outlines and has an essay on Blake and Michelangelo in Blake in His Time (Indiana Univ. Press).
G. E. BENTLEY, JR., of the Univ. of Toronto, has edited William Blake’s Writings, in two volumes, Oxford, 1978.
KATHARYN R. GABRIELLA, author of The Imagination of the Resurrection: The Poetic Continuity of a Religious Motif in Donne, Blake, and Yeats, is currently completing a long book on Blake’s Illustrations to the Bible.
CHRISTOPHER HEPPNER, an Associate Professor of English at McGill Univ., has published articles on Blake in the Colby Library Quarterly and in Blake.
G. INGLI JAMES is a Senior Lecturer in the Dept. of English, University College, Cardiff, Wales. His most recent publication, an essay on “Blake’s Mixed Media: A Mixed Blessing,” appeared in Essays and Studies, 30, 1977.
JOHN KILGORE teaches English at the Univ. of Washington and has contributed articles to Blake.
ANDREW LINCOLN teaches in the Dept. of English, Westfield College, University of London.
ANNE MELLOR, Associate Professor of English at Stanford Univ., is the author of Blake’s Human Form Divine (1974) and has recently completed English Romantic Irony, a study of Byron, Keats, Carlyle, Coleridge and Carroll as romantic ironists.
MORTON D. PALEY’s most recent book is an introduction to Blake’s art: William Blake, published by Phaidon. He continues to work on his book-length study of Jerusalem.
R. J. SHROYER teaches English at the University of Western Ontario, London, Canada. His editions of An Island in the Moon and Blake’s annotated books are forthcoming.
Copyright © 1979 Morris Eaves & Morton D. Paley
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