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BLAKE AND HIS CIRCLE: A CHECKLIST OF RECENT SCHOLARSHIP

This issue of our annual checklist of Blake Scholarship is the first in recent years to include no major changes in format or authorship. The general categories of the checklist remain the same, and we have retained the practice of numbering entries and concluding with an index of authors. An asterisk after an entry number indicates an item that we have not personally examined.

As always, it is a pleasure to record our gratitude to authors who sent notice of their recent publications and occasionally, offprints.

T. L. M.

PART I
WILLIAM BLAKE

EDITIONS, TRANSLATIONS, FACSIMILES, REPRODUCTIONS

1* Blake, William. Libri profetici, ed. and trsl. R. Sanesi. Milan: Guanda, 1980.

2* Blake, William. Il matrimonio tra il cielo e l’inferno, trsl. P. Manetti. Florence: Nuovedizioni Vallecchi, 1979.

3 Blake, William. Poesie, trsl. and ed. Giacomo Conserva, introd. by Sergio Perosa. Rome: Newton Compton, 1976; 2nd ed., 1980 [“Paperbacks poeti,” vol. 45].

4 Blake, William. Poetry of William Blake. Winterport, Maine: Borrower’s Press, 1978. Reviewed by G. E. Bentley, Jr., Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1982), 148.

5 Blake, William. Visioni, trsl. Giuseppe Ungaretti, with an introduction by Aldo Tagliaferri. [2nd ed.] Milan: Arnoldo Mondadori, 1980 [“Oscar poesia e teatro,” vol. 15.] [First published in 1965, Ungaretti’s bi-lingual edition contains selections from Blake’s poetry ranging from the “Abbozzi poetici” to Jerusalem; there are 100 pp. of commentary by Mario Diaconi.]

6 Essick, Robert N., and Morton D. Paley, eds. Robert Blair’s The Grave. London: The Scolar Press, 1982. £45.00. Reviewed by Raymond Lister, The [London] Times Literary Supplement, 11 June 1982, p. 645.

7 Stuart, James, and Nicholas Revett. The Antiquities of Athens, 3 vols. (1762-1794). New York, N.Y.: Arno Press, 1980. [In this reprint, the original folio format has been reduced to quarto; all four of Blake’s plates are reproduced in vol. 3.]

8 Wright, John W., ed. William Blake’s ‘‘Urizen’’ Plate Designs: A Graphic Essay in Facsimile of His Copper Plates for ‘‘The First Book of Urizen.’’ Ann Arbor, Mich.: [printed privately], 1980. [In his introductory essay Wright attempts to prove that—and to interpret why—Blake made use of portions of the copperplates which he had etched originally for “The Approach of Doom” when he colorprinted plates 14 and 27 of Urizen.]

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BIBLIOGRAPHIES, BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ESSAYS, EXHIBITION CATALOGUES

9 Andrews, Keith. Drawings from the Bequest of W. F. Watson 1881-1981. Edinburgh: National Gallery of Scotland, 1981. [No. 4 in this catalogue is Blake’s “God Writing Upon the Tablets of the Covenant”; the watercolor is also reproduced in color on the front cover.]

10 Bennett, Shelley M. Prints by the Blake Followers, exhb. cat. San Marino, Calif.: Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, 1981.

11 Butlin, Martin. - The Paintings and Drawings of William Blake. 2 vols. New Haven, Conn. and London: Yale University Press, for the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, 1981 [“Studies in British Art”].

12 Czymmek, Goetz. Druckgraphik von William Blake aus der Sammlung Neuerburg, exhb. cat. Cologne: Graphische Sammlung des Wallraf-Richartz-Museums, 1982. [Only Copy Y of Innocence and a proof set of the Job engravings were on show.]

13 DeLuca, V. A. “How We Are Reading Blake: A Review of Some Recent Criticism.” University of Toronto Quarterly, 50 (1980-1981), 238-247.

14 Minnick, Thomas L., with the assistance of Detlef W. Dörrbecker. “Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Recent Scholarship.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1981), 83-93.

15 Modern Language Association of America. “Blake.” Pp. 121-122 in 1980 MLA International Bibliography of Books and Articles on the Modern Languages and Literatures, vol. 1. New York: MLA, 1981.

16 “William Blake to David Hockney: A Private Collection of British Prints.” Exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum, Spring of 1982. Reviewed by Celina Fox, The [London] Times Literary Supplement, 26 February 1982, p. 215.

CRITICAL STUDIES

17 Ackland, Michael. “Blake’s System and the Critics.” AUMLA: Journal of the Australasian Universites Language and Literature Association, 54 (1980), 149-170.

18 Ackland, Michael. “Blakean Sources in John Gardner’s Grendel.” Critique: Studies in Modern Fiction, 23 (1981), 57-66.

19* Alkjaer, Niels. William Blake og andre essays. Copenhagen: printed for the author, 1974.

20 Allentuck, Marcia R. “Ruskin and Blake Again: Unpublished Sources not in Bentley.” The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 75 (1981), 447-448. [Quotes from two ALS by Ruskin in the Victoria and Albert Museum.]

21* Aubrey, Bryan. “‘Visions of Torment’: Blake, Böhme and ‘The Book of Urizen’.” Studies in Mystical Literature, 1 (1980), 120-153.

22 Bandy, Melanie. Mind Forg’d Manacles: Evil in the Poetry of Blake and Shelley. University, Ala.: University of Alabama Press, 1981. $19.95.

23 Banerjee, Tilak. “Pope’s Epic and the Hebraic Tradition from Thomson to Blake.” Dissertation Abstracts International, 42 (1982), 3143-A. Diss., York University, 1981. [“This dissertation relates the features of the major long poems of the eighteenth century to developments in the history of ideas. Part I deals with Pope’s renowned translations of Homer. Part II deals with the prophetical counter tradition, focussing on Thomson’s The Seasons, Young’s Night Thoughts, and Blake’s The Four Zoas.”]

24 Beal, Ann Dickinson. “‘Can Such an Eye Judge of the Stars’: A Study of Star Imagery in William Blake’s Poetry.” Dissertation Abstracts International 42 (1982), 3606-A. Diss., The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 1981. [In Blake’s work, “ . . . the images of the stars are shaped to fit the different genres and purposes of song, political prophecy, and epic, but . . . their visionary meaning remains essentially the same throughout Blake’s works. What is more, this visionary meaning is a key to the prophetic language of the poetry.”]

25 Bentley, G. E., Jr. “Comment upon the Illustrated Eighteenth-Century Chaucer.” Modern Philology, 78 (1980), 398.

26 Bentley, G. E., Jr. “A Portrait of Milton Engraved by William Blake ‘When Three Years of Age’? A Speculation by Samuel Palmer.” University of Toronto Quarterly, 51 (1981), 28-35.

27 Bidney, Martin. “Structures of Perception in Blake and Whitman: Creative Contraries, Cosmic Body, Fourfold Vision.” ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance, 28 (1982), 36-47.

28 Billigheimer, Rachel Victoria. “Wheels of Eternity: Circle Symbolism in the Works of W. B. Yeats and W. Blake.” Dissertation Abstracts International, 42 (1982), 3143-A. Diss., York University (Canada), 1980. [“This thesis explores circle symbolism in the work of W. B. Yeats and traces its relationship to circle imagery in the work of William Blake.”]

29 Bogan, James J. “Apocalypse Now: William Blake and the Conversion of the Jews.” English Language Notes, 19 (1981), 116-120.

30 Bogan, James. “Blake’s City of Golgonooza in ‘Jerusalem’: Metaphor and Mandala.” Colby Library Quarterly, 17 (1981), 85-98.

31 Bogan, James. “Blake’s Jupiter Olympus in Rees’ Cyclopaedia.Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1982), 156-163.

32* Bogan, James. “From Hackwork to Prophetic Vision: William Blake’s Delineation of the Laocoon Group.” Publications of the Arkansas Philological Association, 6, no. 1 (1980), 33-51.

33 Böker, Uwe. “Die Anfänge der europäischen Blake-Rezeption.” Arcadia: Zeitschrift für vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft, 16 (1981), 266-283.

34 Bottrall, Margaret. “A Lecture on William Blake’s Songs of Innocence and Experience” (sic). The Critical Forum. London: Norwich Tapes, Ltd., 1978. Reviewed by Paul Mann, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1982), 197.

35 Bracher, Frederick Mark. “Blake’s Metaphysics.” Dissertation Abstracts International, 42 (1982), 3162-A. Diss., Vanderbilt University, 1981. [“In The Book of Urizen Blake presents the sequential emergence of four principles—differentiation (Urizen), entelechy (Los), ecstasis (Pity/Enitharmon), and eros (Orc)—as successive attempts to overcome the non-being of the flux of possibilities constituting Eternity. . . . In Milton Blake outlines the manner in which Orc begin page 113 | back to top might be freed and finite existence achieve infinity.”]

36 Butlin, Martin. “A New Acquisition for the Tate and a New Addition to the Blake Catalogue.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1982), 132.

37 Butlin, Martin. “A Newly Discovered Watermark and a Visionary’s Way with His Dates.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1981), 101-103.

38 Carr, Stephen Leo. “Visionary Syntax: Nontyrannical Coherence in Blake’s Visual Art.” The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 22 (1981), 222-248.

39 Corti, Claudia. Il primo Blake: testo e sistema. Ravenna: A. Longo Editore, 1980 [“Il portico biblioteca di lettere ed arti”; vol. 70, sezione: letteratura straniera].

40 Cox, Stephen D. “Adventures of ‘A Little Boy Lost’: Blake and the Process of Interpretation.” Criticism, 23 (1981), 301-316.

41 Cribb, J. J. L1. “Yeats, Blake and ‘The Countess Kathleen’.” Irish University Review, 11 (1981), 165-178.

42 Crossan, Greg. “Blake’s Maiden Queen in ‘The Angel’.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1982), 133-134.

43* Culler, Jonathan. “Prolegomena to a Theory of Reading.” Pp. 46-66 in The Reader and the Text: Essays on Audience and Interpretation, ed. Susan R. Suleiman and Inge Crosman. Princeton, N. J.: Princeton University Press, 1980. [Illustrates his theory with a reading of Blake.]

44 Davidson, Peter. “The Music of the Ancients.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1981), 98-100.

45* Dickstein, Morris. “The Price of Experience: Blake’s Reading of Freud.” Pp. 67-111 in The Literary Freud: Mechanisms of Defense and the Poetic Will, ed. Joseph H. Smith. New Haven, Conn. and London: Yale University Press, 1980 [“Psychiatry and the Humanities,” vol. 4].

46. Dörrbecker, Detlef W. “Innocence Lost & Found: An Untraced Copy Traced.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1982), 125-131.

47 Doskow, Minna. “The Shape of Limitation: A Visual Pattern in the Illuminated Works of William Blake.” Colby Library Quarterly, 17 (1981), 121-160.

48 Downes, Margaret Josephine. “‘Conversing with Paradise’: A Study of Blake’s Art.” Dissertation Abstracts International, 42 (1981), 2683-A. Diss., Florida State University, 1981. [“Just how the pastoral would imaginatively transform the world, and how Blake in his artistic vision perceives the emergence of the apocalypse out of our fallen state, are remarkably similar issues. This dissertation presents a more thorough analysis of pastoral elements and aims in Blake’s poetry than has been written to date.”]

49 Ellis, James. “Wallace Stegner’s Art of Literary Allusion: ‘The Marriage of Heaven and Hell’ and ‘Faust’ in ‘Maiden in a Tower.’” Studies in Short Fiction, 17 (1980), 105-111.

50 Erdman, David V. “A Book to Eat.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1982), 170-175.

51 Erdman, David V. “Let the Dead Ardours Live!” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1981), 58-59.

52 Essick, Robert N. “New Information on Blake’s Illuminated Books.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1981), 4-13.

53 Essick, Robert N. “Songs Copy h.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1981), 59-60.

54 Essick, Robert N., and Michael C. Young. “Blake’s ‘Canterbury’ Print: The Posthumous Pilgrimage of the Copperplate.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1981), 78-82.

55 Ferber, Michael. “Blake’s ‘Thel’ and the Bride of Christ.” Blake Studies, 9 (1980), 45-56.

56 Ferber, Michael. “‘London’ and Its Politics.” ELH: A Journal of English Literary History, 48 (1981), 310-338.

57 Ferber, Michael. “Mars and the Planets Three in America.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1982), 136-137.

58* Flor, João Almeida. “Para uma Imagem de William Blake na Cultura Oitocentista.” Brotéria, 110 (1980), 48-54.

59 Franson, J. Karl. “A Renaissance Source for Blake’s ‘Tyger’.” Notes and Queries, n.s., 27 (1980), 413-415.

60* Frye, Northrop. Agghiaccante simmetria, trsl. Carla Plevano Pezzini and Francesca Valente. Milan: Longanesi, 1976. [The Italian Version of Fearful Symmetry, 1947.]

61* Frye, Northrop. Favole d’identità: Studi di mitologia poetica. Torino: Einàudi, 1973 [“La ricerca letteraria: serie critica”; vol. 19]. [Fables of Identity in an Italian translation.]

62 Furia, Philip. “Pound and Blake on Hell.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship, 10 (1981), 599-604.

63 Givone, Sergio. William Blake: arte e religione. Milan: U. Mursia, 1978 [“Saggi di estetica e di poetica”; vol. 20].

64 Glazer, Myra. “Sex and the Psyche: William Blake and D. H. Lawrence.” Hebrew University Studies in Literature, 9 (1981), 196-229.

65 Glazer-Schotz, Myra, and Gerda Norvig. “Blake’s Book of Changes: On Viewing Three Copies of the Songs of Innocence and of Experience,” Blake Studies, 9 (1980), 100-121.

66 Gleckner, Robert F. “Antithetical Structure in Blake’s Poetical Sketches.Studies in Romanticism, 20 (1981), 143-162.

67 Gleckner, Robert F. “Blake’s Swans.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1982), 164-169.

68 Glen, Heather. “The Poet in Society: Blake and Wordsworth on London.” Literature and History, [2], whole no. 3 (1976), 2-28. [See also entry 117, below.]

69 Griffin, Paul Francis. “Toward a Literary History of the Subject: A Reading of Rousseau’s Confessions and Blake’s Visionary Epics.” Dissertation Abstracts International, 42 (1981), 2121-A. Diss., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1981. [“This study contends that a reassessment of the idea of the human subject is necessary if contemporary literary theory and interpretive practice are to take into account developments in Continental thought such as semiotics which have supplanted the traditional notion of the individual as an autonomous subject with a consideration of those material forces such as language and culture which inform our understanding of human subjective experience. . . . The fourth chapter outlines Blake’s evocation of apocalypse or the transformation of the world begin page 114 | back to top as the strategy which organizes his poetry, and chapter five treats Milton and Jerusalem.”]

70* Hatherly, Ana. “Simbolismo e Imaginacão em Blake.” Colóquio/Letras, 54 (1980), 14-32.

71 Helms, Randel. “Another Source for Blake’s Orc.” Blake/An Illustratred Quarterly[e], 15 (1982), 198-199.

72 Helms, Randel. “The Genesis of ‘The Everlasting Gospel.’” Blake Studies, 9 (1980), 122-160.

73 Heppner, Christopher. “Blake and the Novelists.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1982), 198.

74 Herrstrom, David Sten. “Blake’s Transformations of Ezekiel’s Cherubim Vision in Jerusalem.Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1981), 64-77.

75 Hilton, Nelson. “Spears, Spheres, and Spiritual Tears: Blake’s Poetry as ‘The Tyger,’ 11. 17-20.” Philological Quarterly, 59 (1980), 515-529.

76* Hiromoto, Kaysuya. “A Comparison of the Chastity of Comus with the Free Love of Blake.” Milton Center of Japan News, 4 (1980), 5-6.

76A Hood, Margaret Anne. “The Voice of Song: A Prosodic and Phonological Approach to William Blake.” M. A. thesis [typescript], Univ. of Adelaide, South Australia, 1982. [Examines early poems and prophetic passages designated by Blake as “song.”]

77 Kauvar, Elaine M. “Landscape of the Mind: Blake’s Garden Symbolism.” Blake Studies, 9 (1980), 57-73.

78 Keynes, Geoffrey L. “‘Blake’s Own’ Copy of Songs of Innocence and of Experience.Book Collector, 29 (1980), 203-207.

79 Keynes, Geoffrey L. “An Undescribed Copy of Blake’s Songs of Innocence and of Experience.Book Collector, 30 (1981), 39-42.

80 Keynes, Geoffrey L. “‘To the Nightingale’: Perhaps an Unrecognized Poem by William Blake.” Book Collector, 30 (1981), 335-345. [The Nightingale poem, known from an etching by George Cumberland and dated c. 1784, is tentatively ascribed to Blake by Sir Geoffrey and a number of other scholars who were consulted by him. The essay supplies many arguments both in favor of and contradicting the attribution, and admits that in the end the authenticity of the poem “must rest on critical opinion.”]

81 Kirk, Eugene. “Blake’s Menippean ‘Island’.” Philological Quarterly, 59 (1980), 194-215.

82 La Belle, Jenijoy. “Blake’s Insanity: An Unrecorded Early Reference.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1981), 100-101.

83 La Belle, Jenijoy. “William Blake, Theodore Roethke, and Mother Goose: The Unholy Trinity.” Blake Studies, 9 (1980), 74-86.

84 Lange, Thomas V. “A Rediscovered Colored Copy of Young’s Night Thoughts.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1982), 134-136.

85 Lattin, Vernon E. “Blake’s Thel and Oothoon: Sexual Awakening in the Eighteenth Century.” The Literary Criterion, 16 (1981), 11-24.

86 Leader, Zachary. Reading Blake’s “Songs”. Boston, Mass., London, and Henley-on-Thames: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1981.

87 Luck, Marianna Mendillo. “Blake’s Urizen.” Dissertation Abstracts International, 42 (1981), 713-A. Diss., University of Connecticut, 1981. [“This is a psychological study of Urizen’s character in William Blake’s Visions of the Daughters of Albion (1793) and The Book of Urizen (1794). These poems are viewed as dramas in which Urizen alternately assumes the roles of repressive father-figure and rebellious son . . . Urizen’s character is also examined in terms of the symbolism of the title-page and subsequent designs of The Book of Urizen. . . . ”]

88 Mathews, Lawrence. “Jesus as Saviour in Blake’s Jerusalem.English Studies in Canada, 6 (1980), 154-175.

89 Mathews, Lawrence. “‘The Value of the Saviour’s Blood’: The Idea of Atonement in Blake’s Milton.Wascana Review, 15 (1980), 72-86.

90 Matlin, David. “Kideta: A Study of William Blake’s Jerusalem.Dissertation Abstracts International, 42 (1981), 228-A. Diss., State University of New York at Buffalo, 1981. [“I have entitled this essay Kideta because it is in the Hidatsa language at once the same word for sexual passion and the moment when the unknown must occur in the hunt and upon this word the meaning and use of this essay is poised.”]

91* McCarthy, Shaun. “Riddle Patterns and William Blake’s ‘The Tyger’.” Journal of English, 8 (1980), 1-11.

92* McGinnis, Wayne D. “Welty’s ‘Death of a Travelling Salesman’ and William Blake Once Again.” Notes on Mississippi Writers, 11 (1979), 52-54.

93 Meller, Horst. “Die frühe romantische Dichtung in England: Die Geburt einer Romantik aus dem Geiste der Revolution.” Pp. 189-214 in Neues Handbuch der Literaturwissenschaft, vol. 15: Europäische Romantik II, ed. Klaus Heitmann. Wiesbaden: Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft Athenaion, 1982. [Pp. 194-200 are devoted to a chapter on “William Blake und die Vielgestaltigkeit des Revolutions-Mythos.”]

94* Mewton, Robert. “Biblical Prophet or Deluded Visionary? William Blake and a Double Error.” Pp. 107-126 in L’Erreur dans la littérature et la pensée anglaises, Aix-en-Provence 1980 [“Actes du Centre Aixoises de Recherches Anglaises”].

95 Mills, Alice. “The Spectral Bat in Blake’s Illustrations to Jerusalem.Blake Studies, 9 (1980), 87-99.

96 Murray, E. B. “Thel, Thelyphthora, and the Daughters of Albion.” Studies in Romanticism, 20 (1981), 275-297.

97* Noshiro, Shoho. William Blake—sono shogai to hin no subete. Tokyo: Hokuseido, 1979. [“Blake’s Life and Works.”]

98 Ortiz, Anna Louise. “The Seer’s Progress: Transcendence and Social Vision in the Poetry of William Blake and Arthur Rimbaud.” Dissertation Abstracts International, 41 (1981), 5092-A. Diss., University of California, Los Angeles, 1980. [“ . . . when the Millenia did not follow revolution, and with civilization still waiting to be saved, Blake and Rimbaud tested their visions against the cities of men, believing that the city was the new arena where the battle against rationalism would be won or lost. It is this confrontation with the city, with all of the city’s intimations of Western Civilization, which shaped the post-revolutionary poetry of William Blake and Arthur Rimbaud.”]

99 Pagliaro, Harold E. “Blake’s ‘Self-annihilation’: Aspects of its Function in the Songs, with a Glance at its History.” English, 30 (1981), 117-146.

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100 Paley, Morton D. “A Victorian Blake Facsimile.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1981), 24-27.

101 Peterfreund, Stuart. “Blake and Newton: Argument as Art, Argument as Science.” Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 10 (1981), 205-226.

102 Praz, Mario. “Teogonie di Blake.” Pp. 104-106 in Perseo e la Medusa: Dal Romanticismo all’ Avanguardi. Milan: Arnoldo Mondadori, 1979 [“Saggi”; vol. 119). [A reprint of Praz’s article which was first published in 1976.]

103 Punter, David. “Blake, Marxism and Dialectic.” Literature and History, [3], whole no. 6 (1977), 219-242.

104* Quadri Iovine, Marcella. “The Marriage of Heaven and Hell: Appunti sul demonismo in William Blake.” Lettore di Provincia, 39 (1979), 61-70.

105 Raine, Kathleen J. The Human Face of God: William Blake and the Book of Job. London: Thames and Hudson, 1982.

106* Raine, Kathleen J. William Blake, trsl. T. Trini. Milan: Mazzotta, 1980. [An Italian edition of Miss Raine’s book in “The World of Art Library” (1970).]

107 Read, Dennis M. “‘An Eminent but Neglected Genius’: An Early Frederick Tatham Letter About William Blake.” English Language Notes, 19 (1981), 29-33.

108 Read, Dennis M. “The Context of Blake’s ‘Public Address’: Cromek and the Chalcographic Society.” Philological Quarterly, 60 (1981), 69-86.

109 Riede, David G. “The Symbolism of the Loins in Blake’s Jerusalem.Studies in English Literature 1500-1600, 21 (1981), 547-563.

110 Rivero, Albert J. “Typology, History, and Blake’s Milton.JEGP, 81 (1982), 30-46.

111 Salemi, Joseph S. “Emblematic Tradition in Blake’s The Gates of Paradise.Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1982), 108-124.

112* Sánchez, Aquilino. “William Blake and the Emblematic Tradition.” Anuario del Departamento de Inglés, 1979, 121.

113 Sellner, Albert. “Die Vermählung von Himmel und Hölle: Rekurs auf die spirituelle Tradition Europas am Beispiel William Blakes.” Pp. 202-233 in Die Rückkehr des Imaginären: Märchen, Magie, Mystik, Mythos, Anfänge einer anderen Politik [ed. Christiane Thurn and Herbert Röttgen]. Munich: Trikont-dianus Buchverlag, 1981.

114 Simpson, David. Irony and Authority in Romantic Poetry. Totawa, New Jersey: Rowan and Littlefield, 1977. $22.50. Reviewed by Gavin Edwards, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1982), 179-183.

115 Singh, Charu Sheel. “The Concept of Nature in the Bhagavadgita and William Blake’s Pickering-Manuscript Poems.” Indian Journal of English Studies, 20, n.s. 1 (1980), 23-30.

116* Skipp, Francis E. “Eliot’s Prufrock and Blake’s Lithe Lady.” Notes on Modern American Literature, 4 (1980), item 23.

117 Smith, Stan. “Some Responses to Heather Glen’s ‘The Poet in Society: Blake and Wordsworth on London.’” Literature and History, [2], whole no. 4 (1976), 94-98. [See also entry 68, above.]

118 Soubly, Diane M. “The Sun and Stars Nearer Roll: Jungian Individuation and the Archetypal Feminine in the Epics of William Blake and James Joyce.” Dissertation Abstracts International, 42 (1981), 716-A. Diss., Wayne State University, 1981. [“Carl Jung, William Blake, and James Joyce detail the psychic progress of individual and collective humanity, even though Joyce disavows any debt to this psychoanalytic contemporary, and even though Blake intuits psychic configurations some two centuries before the advent of depth psychology.”]

119 Starling, Roy. “The Ellis and Yeats Edition of William Blake’s Vala: Text and Commentary.” Dissertation Abstracts International, 42 (1981), 2691-A. Diss., Florida State University, 1981. [“Ellis and Yeats were the first editors and commentators of Vala, and this study provides textual apparatus which shows the immense difficulties they encountered and the numerous changes they made as they attempted to derive a readable text from a ‘heap of unsorted and unnumbered’ manuscript leaves.”]

120 Storch, Margaret. “Blake and Women: ‘Nature’s Cruel Holiness.’” American Imago, 38 (1981), 221ff.

121 Summerfield, Henry. “Blake and the Names Divine.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1981), 14-22.

122 Summerfield, Henry. “Blake’s ‘Pity’: An Interpretation.” Colby Library Quarterly, 17 (1981), 34-38.

123 Sutton, Dorothy Moseley. “Soul Clap Its Hands and Sing: Yeats’s Debt to Blake.” Dissertation Abstracts International, 42 (1982), 3157-A. Diss., University of Kentucky, 1981. [“Yeats did not deliberately set out to imitate Blake, but he recognized his kinship with the earlier poet, and he gained self-confidence and courage from that recognition. The joie de vivre, the energy and exuberance that permeates much of Blake’s work became one of the most outstanding characteristics of Yeats’s work as well. Both poets had their darker side, but ultimately they are poets of affirmation. . . .”]

124 Tannenbaum, Leslie W. Biblical Tradition in Blake’s Early Prophecies: The Great Code of Art. Princeton, N. J.: Princeton University Press, 1982. $25.00.

125 Tingle, William Nicholas. “Romantic Thought: Education and Alienation.” Dissertation Abstracts International, 41 (1981), 4395-A-4396-A. Diss., University of California, Santa Barbara, 1980. [“The purpose of this study . . . is to trace the alterations in the concept of education as it moves from the Enlightenment to the period of late Romanticism. The chief writers discussed are Rousseau, Fichte, Schiller, Schelling, Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, and Shelley.”]

126 Vaughan, Frank A. “Blake’s Illustrations to Gray’s ‘The Bard.’” Colby Library Quarterly, 17 (1981), 211-237.

127 Wardle, Judith. “William Blake’s Iconography of Joy: Angels, Birds, Butterflies and Related Motifs from Poetical Sketches to The Pickering Manuscript.” Blake Studies, 9 (1980), 5-44.

128 Waxler, Robert P. “The Virgin Mantle Displaced: Blake’s Early Attempt.” Modern Language Studies, 12 (1982), 45-53.

129* Weathers, Winston. “The Construction of William Blake’s ‘The Tyger.’” Pp. 289-298 in Style and begin page 116 | back to top Text: Studies Presented to Nils Erik Enkvist, ed. Håkan Ringblom, et al. Stockholm: Språkförlaget Skriptor, 1975.

130 Werner, Bette Charlene. “Milton’s Sixfold Emanation Redeemed in the Designs of Blake: William Blake’s Illustrations to Six Poems by John Milton.” Dissertation Abstracts International, 42 (1981), 2693-A. Diss., University of Toledo, 1981. [“In illustrations for Comus, Paradise Lost, the Nativity Ode, L’Allegro, Il Penseroso, and Paradise Regained, Blake casts off what he perceives as error to highlight areas of eternal verity. His interpretations become more affirmative in successive treatments of the same poems and in subsequent series of illustrations.”]

131* Williams, Porter, Jr. “The Influence of Mrs. Barbauld’s Hymms in Prose for Children upon Blake’s Songs of Innocence and of Experience.” Pp. 131-146 in A Fair Day in the Affections: Literary Essays in Honor of Robert B. White, Jr., ed. Jack M. Durant and M. Thomas Hester. Raleigh: Winston, 1980.

132 Zalitis, Emma Elfrida Dimza. “Stock, Bud, and Flowers: A Comparative Study of Mysticism in Böhme, Blake, and Coleridge.” Dissertation Abstracts International, 42 (1982), 3591-A. Diss., Purdue University, 1981. [“Chapter Three analyzes Jacob Böhme, his thematology and style, and compares his work to William Blake’s visionary poetry, including The Marriage of Heaven and Hell and The Book of Thel. Blake’s dialectic of good and evil operates in the broad tradition of dialectical ontology identified, at least thematically, with Böhme. Blake often resorts, also, to the same image motifs as Böhme.”]

PART II

BLAKE’S CIRCLE

James Barry

133 Pressly, William L. The Life and Art of James Barry. New Haven, Conn. and London: Yale University Press, for the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, 1981 [“Studies in British Art”]. Reviewed by Graham Reynolds, The [London] Times Literary Supplement, 30 October 1981, pp. 1251-1252; and by Robert R. Wark, Burlington Magazine, 124 (1982), 159-160.

Robert Blair

See item 6, Essick and Paley.

William Cowper

134 Baird, John D., and Charles Ryskamp, eds. The Poems of William Cowper. Vol. I: 1748-1782. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1980. $74.00. Reviewed by Donald H. Reiman, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1982), 149-151; by Norma Dalrymple-Champneys, Notes & Queries, n.s. 29 (1982), 83-84; and by Patricia Meyer Spacks, JEGP, 81 (1982), 264-267.

135 Griffin, Dustin. “Cowper, Milton, and the Recovery of Paradise.” Essays in Criticism, 31 (1981), 15-26.

136 King, James, and Charles Ryskamp, eds. The Letters and Prose Writings of William Cowper. Vol. I: “Adelphi” and Letters, 1750-1781. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1979. $58.00. Reviewed by Donald H. Reiman, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1982), 149-151; by Norma Dalrymple-Champneys, Notes & Queries, n.s. 28 (1981), 82-84; and by Patricia Meyer Spacks, JEGP, 81 (1982), 264-267.

George Cumberland

See item 80, Keynes.

Richard Cumberland

137 Campbell, Thomas Joseph. “Richard Cumberland’s The Wheel of Fortune: A Critical Edition.” Dissertation Abstracts International, 42 (1982), 3608-A. Diss., University of Oregon, 1981. [“This dissertation presents Richard Cumberland’s 1795 sentimental comedy The Wheel of Fortune in a critical edition based on a fresh collation of all editions published during Cumberland’s lifetime (six in London, two in Dublin), the existing Larpent MS (from the Huntington Library), and the Kemble promptbook copy. . . .”]

John Flaxman

138 Bentley, G. E., Jr. “Flaxman in Italy: A Letter Reflecting the ‘Anni Mirabiles,’ 1792-93.” Art Bulletin, 63 (1981), 658-664.

139 Fowler, Harriet Whittemore. “John Flaxman’s Knight of the Blazing Cross.Dissertation Abstracts International, 42 (1982), 1353-A. Diss., Cornell University, 1981. [“John Flaxman wrote his allegory, The Knight of the Blazing Cross, in 1796 as a birthday present for his wife, Ann Denham Flaxman. . . . The poem is not only a very personal expression of the artist but also reflects important eighteenth-century concerns that are not apparent in Flaxman’s more neoclassical works. . . . Most significantly, the poem may be seen as an expression of Flaxman’s Swedenborgian ideas.”]

140 Krueger, Ingeborg. “John Flaxmans Umrisse zu Homer und die Homer-Buchillustration im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert.” Gutenberg-Jahrbuch 1974, pp. 247-268.

141 Symmons, Sarah. “J. A. D. Ingres: The Apotheos is of Flaxman.” Burlington Magazine, 121 (1979), 721-725.

See also item 171, Hennig.

Henry Fuseli

142 Bedoni, Simonetta. “La donna nei disegni di J. H. Füssli.” Commonità, 30, no. 176 (1976), 294-377.

143 Dörrbecker, Detlef W. “Fuseli, The Swiss, And The British: Some Recent Publications.” [Review essay.] Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1981), 53-56.

144 Iser, Ursula. “Henry malt Magdalena: Aus dem Manuskript eines Romans.” Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 24 December 1981, 29-30. [The chapter on Fuseli from a forthcoming biographical novel on Magdalena Schweizer-Hess.]

145* Knowles, John. The Life and Writings of Henry Fuseli. [1831; rpt.] 3 vols., with a new introduction by David H. Weinglass. Millwood, N. Y.: Kraus, 1982 [forthcoming].

146 Mayoux, Jean-Jacques. “De Füssli à Fuseli: begin page 117 | back to top Itineraire d’une thematique.” Critique, 32 (1976), 1243-1268.

147 Starobinski, Jean. “Johann Heinrich Füssli.” Pp. 97-107 in 1789: Die Embleme der Vernunft, trsl. Gundula Göbel, ed. Friedrich A. Kittler. Paderborn, Munich, Vienna, and Zurich: Ferdinand Schöningh, 1981 [“Uni-Taschenbücher”; vol. 1150].

148* Weinglass, David H., ed. The Collected English Letters of Henry Fuseli. Millwood, N. Y.: Kraus, 1982. [Contains 606 letters by and to Fuseli dating from 1759 onwards.]

Gavin Hamilton

149 Errington, Lindsay. “Gavin Hamilton’s Sentimental Iliad.” Burlington Magazine, 120 (1978), 11-13.

150 Hulton, Serena Q. “‘A Historical Painter’: Gavin Hamilton in 1755.” Burlington Magazine, 120 (1978), 25-27.

151* Tomory, Peter A. “Three Oaths for Gavin Hamilton.” Australian Journal of Art, 1 (1978), 59-64.

John Linnell

152* Crouan, Katharine, ed. John Linnell: A Centennial Exhibition, exhb. cat. Cambridge: Fitzwilliam Museum, 1982 [forthcoming].

153 Payne, Christiana. “John Linnell and Samuel Palmer in the 1820s.” Burlington Magazine, 124 (1982), 131-136.

Samuel Palmer

See items 26, Bentley, and 153, Payne.

George Richmond

154 Lister, Raymond G. George Richmond (1809-1896): A Critical Biography. London: Robin Garton, 1981. [The first edition consists of 1000 copies only.]

George Romney

155* Dixon, Yvonne R. The Drawings of George Romney in the Folger Shakespeare Library. Ann Arbor, Mich. and London: University Microfilms, 1981. [Xerox of a University of Maryland dissertation, 1977.]

Thomas Stothard

156 Finlay, N. “Thomas Stothard’s Illustrations of Thomson’s Seasons for the Royal Engagement Pocket Atlas.” Princeton University Library Chronicle, 42 (1981), 165-177.

Edward Young

157 Phillips, Patricia. “Richardson, Young and the Conjectures.Studia Neophilologica, 53 (1981), 107-112.

158 Weisheimer, Joel. “Conjectures on Unoriginal Composition.” The Eighteenth Century, 22 (1981), 58-73.

PART III
WORKS OF RELATED INTEREST

159 Bennett, Betty T., ed. British War Poetry in the Age of Romanticism: 1793-1815. New York and London: Garland Publishing Inc., 1976. $47.00. Reviewed by David Punter, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1982), 189-192.

160 Brown, Catherine, ed. “S. Foster Damon (1893-1971): Selections from His Personal Journal.” Books at Brown, 28 (1981), 1-57.

161 Cave, Kathryn, ed. The Diary of Joseph Farington, vols. 7 and 8 (January 1805 to December 1807). New Haven, Conn. and London: Yale University Press, for the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, 1982 [“Studies in British Art”].

162* Circa 1800: The Beginnings of Modern Printmaking, 1775-1835, exhb. cat. New Brunswick, N. J.: Rutgers University Art Gallery, 1981.

163* Dillenberger, John. Benjamin West: The Context of His Life’s Work, with Particular Attention to Paintings with Religious Subject Matter [including a corrected version of early 19th-century lists of West’s paintings]. San Antonio, Texas: Trinity University Press, 1977. Reviewed by Allen Staley, Burlington Magazine, 123 (1981), 307-309.

164* Eichner-Dixon, Peter. Studien zum Verhältnis von Dichtung und Malerei im englischen Neoklassizismus des 18. Jahrhunderts. Frankfurt am Main, Bern, and Las Vegas: Peter Lang, 1981 [“Europäische Hochschulschriften: European University Studies”; ser. XIV, vol. 93].

165 Engell, James. The Creative Imagination: Enlightenment to Romanticism. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1981. $16.00. Reviewed by Lilian R. Furst, JEGP, 81 (1982), 268-270; and by Robert Beum, The Sewanee Review, 90 (1982), xxxix-xli.

166 The Ghost of Abel, a play. Directed by Michael Davis. Reviewed by David Worrall, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1981), 56-57.

167* Gottlieb, Erika. Lost Angels of a Ruined Paradise: Themes of Cosmic Strife in Romantic Tragedy. Victoria, B. C.: Sono Nis Press, 1981.

168 Güse, Ernst-G. Lehmbruck und Italien: Zeichnung, Graphik, Plastik, exhb. cat. Duisburg: Wilhelm-Lehmbruck-Museum, 1978 [“Studio”; vol. 4]. [Pp. 13-14 contain a brief comparison between one of Lehmbruck’s etchings and the “Whirlwind” plate from Blake’s Dante series.]

169* Hamel, Christopher de, and Richard A. Linenthal, eds. Fine Books and Book Collecting. Leamington Spa, Warwicks.: James Hall, 1981. [A Festschrift for the antiquarian bookseller Alan Thomas, containing an essay on a Blake leaf by Raymond Lister which had been bought from Thomas.]

170 Haskell, Francis, and Nicholas Penny. Taste and the Antique: The Lure of Classical Sculpture 1500-1900. New Haven, Conn. and London: Yale University Press, 1981.

171 Hennig, John. “Goethes Kenntnis britischer Künstler.” Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte, 44 (1981), 171-180. [For Goethe and Flaxman see especially pp. 174-175.]

172 Hume, Robert D., ed., The London Theatre World, 1660-1800. Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University Press, 1980. $18.50.

173 Kahin, Sharon McFarlan. “Eighteenth Century British Primitivism.” Dissertation Abstracts International, 42 (1981), 1354-A-1355-A. Diss., Cornell University, 1981.

174 Keynes, Geoffrey L. The Gates of Memory. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1981. [Sir Geoffrey’s begin page 118 | back to top autobiography must needs contain numerous references to his seventy years’ work as a bibliographer and editor of Blake; there are also chapters on the “discovery” of the poet-printer and on the formation of the Blake Trust, plus a reprint of Keynes’s “Religio bibliographici,” which relates many interesting facts about the compilation of the 1921 Bibliography.]

175* Paulson, Ronald. “Burke’s Sublime and the Representation of Revolution.” Pp. 241-269 in Culture and Politics: From Puritanism to the Enlightenment, ed. Perez Zagorin. Berkeley, CA, etc.: University of California Press, 1980.

176 Pechey, Graham. “The London Motif in Some Eighteenth-Century Contexts: A Semiotic Study.” Literature and History, [2], whole no. 4 (1976), 2-29.

177* Raine, Kathleen J. Inner Journey of the Poet. London: George Allen and Unwin, 1981. [A volume of Miss Raine’s criticism, including, of course, discussions of Blake.]

178 Rosemergy, Janet Mary Cramer. “Kathleen Raine, Poet of Eden: Her Poetry and Criticism.” Dissertation Abstracts International, 42 (1982), 3995-A. Diss., University of Michigan, 1981.

179 Taube, Otto von. “Die Liebe des William Blake.” Pp. 248-256 in Ausgewählte Werke. Hamburg: Friedrich Wittig, 1959. [This short story is connected with the author’s Blake translation of 1907.]

180 Taube, Otto von. Stationen auf dem Wege: Erinnerungen an meine Werdezeit vor 1914. Heidelberg: Lothar Stiehm, 1968 [“Generation der Zeitwende: Schriften der Rudolf Alexander Schröder-Gesellschaft”; vol. 2]. [There is some account of this German poet’s work as a translator of Blake’s writings at the beginning of our century on pp. 23, 33, 41, 54-55, 60, 65, 77, 136-7, and 160 of this volume of memoirs.]

181* Westbrook, Mike. Bright as Fire [a recording of jazz settings of Blake]. Reviewed by Anthony J. Harding, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1981), 97-98.

182 Wittreich, Joseph A., Jr. “‘The Illustrious Dead’: Milton’s Legacy and Romantic Prophecy.” Milton and the Romantics, 4 (1980), 17-32.

PART IV

REVIEWS OF WORKS CITED
IN PREVIOUS CHECKLISTS

183 Bindman, David, ed. John Flaxman, R. A. Reviewed by Andrew Wilton, Master Drawings, 19 (1981), 48-49.

184 Butlin, Martin. The Paintings and Drawings of William Blake. Reviewed by Michael Ferber, Yale Review, 71, no. 2 (1982), ix-xiii.

185 Damrosch, Leopold, Jr. Symbol and Truth in Blake’s Myth. Reviewed by Morris Eaves, JEGP, 81 (1982), 438-441; by Nelson Hilton, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1982), 192-196; by Stuart Curran, Modern Language Quarterly, 42 (1981), 303-305; and by Michael Ackland, Southern Review, 14 (1981), 302-307.

186 Dobai, Johannes. Die Kunstliteratur des Klassizismus und der Romantik in England, 3 vols. 1974-1977. Reviewed by Bernhard Fabian, Kunstchronik, 34 (1981), 227-235; by Gerhard Charles Rump and Christian Wolsdorff, Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, 35 (1976), 73 [on vol. 1]; by Gerhard Charles Rump, Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, 35 (1976), 143-144 [on vol. 2], and 37 (1978), 307-308 [on vol. 3]; the same reviews by Rump and Wolsdorff were also published in British Society for Eighteenth Century Studies/Newsletter, 9 (1976), 38-42 [on vols. 1-2], and 21 (1979), 81-84 [on vol. 3].

187 Dunbar, Pamela. William Blake’s Illustrations to the Poetry of Milton. Reviewed by Marcia R. Pointon, Burlington Magazine, 123 (1981), 313-314; by J. Karl Franson, Milton Quarterly, 15 (1981), 99-101.

188 Einem, Herbert von. Deutsche Malerei des Klassizismus und der Romantik, 1760 bis 1840. Reviewed by Thomas Pelzel, Art Bulletin, 63 (1981), 688-690.

189 Erdman, David V., John E. Grant, Edward J. Rose, and Michael Tolley, eds., William Blake’s Designs for Edward Young’s Night Thoughts. Reviewed by Karen Mulhallen, Wordsworth Circle, 12 (1981), 157-161; by David Bindman, Burlington Magazine, 123 (1981), 312-313; and by Jean H. Hagstrum, Eighteenth-Century Studies, 15 (1982), 339-344.

190 Essick, Robert N. William Blake, Printmaker. Reviewed by David Alexander, Burlington Magazine, 123 (1981), 311-312; by Leopold Damrosch, Jr., Studies in Romanticism, 20 (1981), 544-545; and by Bo Ossian Lindberg, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1982), 140-148.

191 Fairchild, B. H. Such Holy Song: Music as Idea, Form, and Image in the Poetry of William Blake. Reviewed by James A. Winn, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1981), 94-96; Stuart Peterfreund, Wordsworth Circle, 12 (1981), 167-169; and by Martha Winburn England, Studies in Romanticism 20 (1981), 545-549.

192 Gallant, Christine. Blake and the Assimilation of Chaos. Reviewed by Stephen D. Cox, Eighteenth-Century Studies, 15 (1981-1982), 205-209.

193 George, Diana Hume. Blake and Freud. Reviewed by Michael Ackland, Southern Review, 14 (1981), 302-307; by Brian Wilkie, Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 81 (1982), 115-118; and by Alicia Ostriker, Wordsworth Circle, 12 (1981), 161-164.

194 Haskell, Francis, and Nicholas Penny. Taste and the Antique. Reviewed by Alex Potts, Burlington Magazine, 123 (1981), 618-619; by Michele H. Bogart, The Georgia Review, 36 (1982), 208-212.

195 Honour, Hugh. Romanticism. Reviewed by Karl Kroeber, Studies in Romanticism, 20 (1981), 268-270; and by Lorenz Eitner, Burlington Magazine, 123 (1981), 368-369.

196 Irwin, David. John Flaxman 1755-1826, Sculptor, Illustrator, Designer. Reviewed by Janice Lyle, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1982), 176-178.

197 de Jackson, J. R., Poetry of the Romantic Period. Reviewed by E. B. Murray, Review of English Studies, 33 (1982), 209-213; and by E. D. begin page 119 | back to top Mackerness, Notes & Queries, n.s. 28 (1981), 438-440.

198 Keynes, Geoffrey, ed. The Letters of William Blake with Related Documents. 3rd ed. Reviewed by G. E. Bentley, Jr., Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1982), 138-139.

199 Kircher, Gerda Franziska. Die Truchsessen-Galerie. Reviewed by Jan Lauts, Zeitschrift für Geschichte des Oberrheins, 128, n.s. 89 (1980), 590-592.

200 Klonsky, Milton. William Blake: The Seer and His Visions. Reviewed by Gerda S. Norvig, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1982), 184-187.

201 Leader, Zachary. Reading Blake’s ‘‘Songs.’’ Reviewed by Susan Matthews, English, 30 (1981), 296-302.

202 Mellor, Anne K., English Romantic Irony. Reviewed by L. J. Swingle, Modern Language Quarterly, 42 (1981), 99-104; and by Stuart M. Tave, Philosophy and Rhetoric, 15 (1982), 145-147.

203* Powell, Nicolas. Fuseli: The Nightmare. Reviewed by Gerhard Charles Rump, British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies/Newsletter, 4 (1974), 10.

204 Raine, Kathleen J. Blake and Antiquity. Reviewed by Jean-Jacques Mayoux, Études Anglaises, 34 (1981), 346-348.

205 Raine, Kathleen. Blake and the New Age. Reviewed by Martin K. Nurmi, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1981), 51-52; and by Christine Gallant, Wordsworth Circle, 12 (1981), 164-167.

206 Raine, Kathleen. From Blake to A Vision. Reviewed by Hazard Adams, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1982), 187-188.

207 Reiman, Donald H., ed. The Garland Facsimiles of Works by Erasmus Darwin. Reviewed by Nelson Hilton, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1981), 36-48.

208 Reiman, Donald H., ed. The Garland Facsimiles of the Poetry of James Montgomery. Reviewed by Judy Page, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1981), 28-35.

209 Reiman, Donald H., ed. The Garland Facsimiles of Works by William Hayley. Reviewed by Joseph Wittreich, Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly, 15 (1981), 48-50.

210 Stafford, Barbara Maria. Symbol and Myth: Humbert de Superville’s Essay on Absolute Signs in Art. Reviewed by F. David Martin, Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 40 (1981), 233-234.

211 Tyson, Gerald P. Joseph Johnson: A Liberal Publisher. Reviewed by Frank H. Ellis, The Review of English Studies, 33 (1982), 88-90; and by R. J. Roberts, Notes & Queries, n.s. 28 (1981), 84-85.

212 Vaughan, William. German Romanticism and English Art. Reviewed by Ekkehard Mai, Pantheon, 39 (1981), 188-192.

INDEX TO AUTHORS

Ackland, Michael 17, 18, 185, 193

Adams, Hazard 206

Alexander, David, 190

Alkjaer, Niels 19

Allentuck, Marcia R. 20

Andrews, Keith 9

Aubrey, Bryan 21

Baird, John D. 134

Bandy, Melanie 22

Banerjee, Tilak 23

Beal, Ann Dickinson 24

Bedoni, Simonetta 142

Bennett, Betty J. 159

Bennett, Shelley M. 10

Bentley, G. E., Jr. 4, 25, 26, 138, 198

Beum, Robert 165

Bidney, Martin 27

Billigheimer, Rachel Victoria 28

Bindman, David 183, 189

Bogan, James 30, 31, 32

Bogart, Michele A. 194

Böker, Uwe 33

Bottrall, Margaret 34

Bracher, Frederick Mark 35

Brown, Catherine 160

Butlin, Martin 11, 36, 37, 184

Campbell, Thomas Joseph 137

Carr, Stephen Leo 38

Cave, Kathryn 161

Corti, Claudia 39

Cox, Stephen D. 40, 192

Cribb, J. J. L1. 41

Crosman, Inge 43

Crossan, Greg 42

Crouan, Katharine 152

Culler, Jonathan 43

Curran, Stuart 185

Czymmek, Goetz 12

Dalrymple-Champneys, Norma 134, 136

Damrosch, Leopold, Jr. 185, 190

Davidson, Peter 44

Davis, Michael 166

DeLuca, V. A. 13

Diaconi, Mario 5

Dickstein, Morris 45

Dillenberger, John 163

Dixon, Yvonne R. 155

Dobai, Johannes 186

Dörrbecker, Detlef W. 14, 46 143

Doskow, Minna 47

Downes, Margaret J. 48

Dunbar, Pamela 187

Durant, Jack M. 131

Eaves, Morris 185

Edwards, Gavin 114

Eichner-Dixon, Peter 164

Einem, Herbert von 188

Eitner, Lorenz 195

Ellis, Frank H. 211

Ellis, James 49

Engell, James 165

England, Martha Winburn 191

Erdman, David V. 50, 51, 189

Errington, Lindsay 149

Essick, Robert N. 6, 52, 53, 54, 190

Fabian, Bernhard 186

Fairchild, B. H. 191

Ferber, Michael 55, 56, 57, 184

Finlay, N. 156

Flor, João Almeida 58

Fowler, Harriet Whittemore 139

Fox, Celina 16

Franson, J. Karl 59, 187

Frye, Northrop 60, 61

Furia, Philip 62

Furst, Lilian R. 165

Gallant, Christine 192, 205

George, Diana Hume 193

Givone, Sergio 63

Glazer, Myra 64

Glazer-Schotz, Myra 65

Gleckner, Robert F. 66, 67

Glen, Heather 68

Göbel, Gundula 147

Gottlieb, Erika 167

Grant, John E. 189

Griffin, Dustin 135

Griffin, Paul Francis 69

Güse, Ernst-G. 168

Hagstrum, Jean H. 189

Hamel, Christopher de 169

Harding, Anthony J. 181

Haskell, Francis 170, 194

Hatherly, Ana 70

Heitmann, Klaus 93

Helms, Randel 71, 72

Hennig, John 171

Heppner, Christopher 73

Herrstrom, David Sten 74

Hester, M. Thomas 131

Hilton, Nelson 75, 185, 207

Hiromoto, Katsuya 76

Honour, Hugh 195

Hood, Margaret Anne 76A

Hulton, Serena Q. 150

Hume, Robert D. 172

Irwin, David 196

Iser, Ursula 144

de Jackson, J. R. 197

Lauts, Jan 199

Lyle, Janice 196

Kahin, Sharon McFarlan 173

Kauvar, Elaine M. 77

Keynes, Geoffrey L. 78, 79, 80, 174, 198

King, James 136

Kircher, Gerda Franziska 199

Kirk, Eugene 81

Kittler, Friedrich A. 147

Klonsky, Milton 200

Knowles, John 145

Kroeber, Karl[e] 195

Krueger, Ingeborg 140

La Belle, Jenijoy 82, 83

Lange, Thomas V. 84

Lattin, Vernon E. 85

Leader, Zachary 86, 201

Lindberg, Bo Ossian 190

Linenthal, Richard A. 169

Lister, Raymond G, 154, 169

Luck, Marianna Mendillo 87

Mackerness, E. D. 197

Mai, Ekkehard 212

Manetti, P. 2

Mann, Paul 34

Martin, F. David 210

Mathews, Lawrence 88, 89

Matthews, Susan 201

Matlin, David 90

Mayoux, Jean-Jacques 146, 204

McCarthy, Shaun 91

McGinnis, Wayne D. 92

Meller, Horst 93

Mellor, Anne K. 202

Mewton, Robert 94

Mills, Alice 95

Minnick, Thomas L. 14

Mulhallen, Karen 189

Murray, E. B. 96, 197

Norvig, Gerda 65, 200

Noshiro, Shoho 97

Nurmi, Martin K. 205

Ortiz, Anna Louise 98

Ostriker, Alicia 193

Page, Judy 208

Pagliaro, Harold E. 99

Paley, Morton D. 6, 100

Paulson, Ronald 175

Payne, Christiana 153

Pechey, Graham 176

Pelzel, Thomas 188

Penny, Nicholas 170, 194

Peterfreund, Stuart 101, 191

Phillips, Patricia 157

Pointon, Marcia R. 187

Potts, Alex 194

Powell, Nicolas 203

Praz, Mario 102

Pressly, William L. 133

Punter, David 103, 159

Quadri Iovine, Marcella 104

Raine, Kathleen J. 105, 106, 177, 204, 205, 206

Read, Dennis M. 107, 108

Reiman, Donald H. 134, 136, 207, 208, 209

Reynolds, Graham 133

Riede, David G. 109

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Ringblom, Håkan 129

Rivero, Albert J. 110

Roberts, R. J. 211

Rose, Edward J. 189

Rosemergy, Janet Mary Cramer 178

Röttgen, Herbert 113

Rump, Gerhard Charles 186, 203

Ryskamp, Charles 134, 136

Salemi, Joseph S. 111

Sánchez, Auilino 112

Sanesi, R. 1

Sellner, Albert 113

Simpson, David 114

Singh, Charu Sheel 115

Skipp, Francis E. 116

Smith, Joseph H. 45

Smith, Stan 117

Soubly, Diane M. 118

Spacks, Patricia Meyer 134, 136

Stafford, Barbara Maria 210

Staley, Allen 163

Starling, Roy 119

Starobinski, Jean 147

Storch, Margaret 120

Suleiman, Susan R. 43

Summerfield, Henry 121, 122

Sutton, Dorothy Moseley 123

Swingle, L. J. 202

Symmons, Sarah 141

Tagliaferri, Aldo 5

Tannenbaum, Leslie W. 124

Taube, Otto von 179, 180

Tave, Stuart M. 202

Thurn, Christiane 113

Tingle, William Nicholas 125

Tolley, Michael 189

Tomory, Peter A. 151

Tyson, Gerald P. 211

Ungaretti, Giuseppi 5

Vaughan, Frank A. 126

Vaughan, William 212

Wardle, Judith 127

Wark, Robert R. 133

Waxler, Robert P. 128

Weathers, Winston 129

Weinglass, David H. 145, 148

Weisheimer, Joel 158

Werner, Bette Charlene, 130

Westbrook, Mike 181

Wilkie, Brian 193

Williams, Porter, Jr. 131

Wilton, Andrew 183

Winn, James A. 191

Wittreich, Joseph A., Jr. 182, 209

Wolsdorff, Christian 186

Worrall, David 166

Wright, John W. 8

Young, Michael C. 54

Zagorin, Perez 175

Zalitis, Emma Elfrida Dimza 132

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