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Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly Index to Volume 16

The first number in the reference is the whole number of the issue (nos. 61-64); the second is the page reference within the issue. Thus, 62:82 signifies whole number 62, page 82.

AUTHORS

Ackland, Michael, The Embattled Sexes: Blake’s Debt to Wollstonecraft in The Four Zoas, 63:172-83

Atkins, A. M., “Both Turk and Jew”: Notes on the Poetry of Henry Fuseli, with Some Translations, 64:206-11

Bentley, G. E., Jr., Ruthven Todd’s Blake Papers at Leeds, 62:72-81

Bindman, David, An Afterword on William Blake: His Art and Times, 64:224-25

Butlin, Martin, A Concordance Between William Rossetti’s Annotated Lists, W. Graham Robertson’s Supplementary List, and Butlin’s Catalogue Numbers, 61:12-21

Cieszkowski, Krzysztof Z., rev. of Abitbol, 62:128-29

De Luca, V. A., The Changing Order of Plates in Jerusalem, Chapter II, 64:192-205

Dörrbecker, Detlef W., rev. of Grant, Rose, Tolley, and Erdman, eds., 62:130-39

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

Essick, Robert N., Blake in the Marketplace 1980-1981, 62:86-106

Essick, Robert N., rev. of Butlin, 61:22-65

Fine, Ruth E., rev. of Bindman, William Blake: His Art and Times, 64:226-32

Grant, John E., Some Drawings Related to Blake’s Night Thoughts Designs: The Coda Sketch and Two Pictures Not Previously Connected with the Series, 61:7-11

Grant, John E., see also Johnson, Mary Lynn

Hilton, Nelson, Some Sexual Connotations, 63:166-71

Johnson, Mary Lynn, Observations on Blake’s Paintings and Drawings (Based on Butlin’s Catalogue Raisonné), 61:4-6

Johnson, Mary Lynn, and John E. Grant, The Norton Critical Edition of Blake: Addenda and Corrigenda, 62:107-10

Kraus, Christina Shuttleworth, see Reiman, Donald H.

La Belle, Jenijoy, rev. of Shroyer, ed., 62:126-28

Lange, Thomas V., Two Forged Plates in America Copy B, 64:212-16

Mellor, Anne K., Blake’s Portrayal of Women, 63:148-55

Minnick, Thomas L., and Detlef W. Dörrbecker, Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Recent Scholarship, 62:111-20

Ostriker, Alicia, Desire Gratified and Ungratified: William Blake and Sexuality, 63:156-65

Page, Judith W., rev. of Brogan, 62:125-26

Paley, Morton D., rev. of Keynes, 64:233-35

Reiman, Donald H., and Christina Shuttleworth Kraus, The Derivation and Meaning of “Ololon,” 62:82-85

Viscomi, Joseph, Facsimile or Forgery? An Examination of America, Plates 4 and 9, Copy B, 64:219-23

Vogler, Thomas A., rev. of George, 62:121-24

Wilcox, John, rev. of Young, 64:235-39

Woodring, Carl, rev. of Butler, 64:232-33

Wright, Warren Keith, The Scholars & A Grain of Sand, 64:225

TITLES

An Afterword on William Blake: His Art and Times, 64:224-25

Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Recent Scholarship, 62:111-20

Blake in the Marketplace 1980-1981, 62:86-106

Blake’s Portrayal of Women, 63:148-55

“Both Turk and Jew”: Notes on the Poetry of Henry Fuseli, with Some Translations, 64:206-11

The Changing Order of Plates in Jerusalem, Chapter II, 64:192-205

A Concordance Between William Rossetti’s Annotated Lists, W. Graham Robertson’s Supplementary List, and Butlin’s Catalogue Numbers, 61:12-21

The Derivation and Meaning of “Ololon,” 62:82-85

Desire Gratified and Ungratified: William Blake and Sexuality, 63:156-65

The Embattled Sexes: Blake’s Debt to Wollstonecraft in The Four Zoas, 63:172-83

Facsimile or Forgery? An Examination of America, Plates 4 and 9, Copy B, 64:219-23

The Norton Critical Edition of Blake: Addenda and Corrigenda, 62:107-10

Observations on Blake’s Paintings and Drawings (Based on Butlin’s Catalogue Raisonné), 61:4-6

Ruthven Todd’s Blake Papers at Leeds, 62:72-81

The Scholars & A Grain of Sand, 64:225

Some Drawings Related to Blake’s Night Thoughts Designs: The Coda Sketch and Two Pictures Not Previously Connected with the Series, 61:7-11

Some Sexual Connotations, 63:166-71

Two Forged Plates in America Copy B, 64:212-16

WORKS REVIEWED

Abitbol, Joëlle, trans., The Everlasting Gospel/L’évangile eternal [by William Blake], 62:128-29

Bindman, David, William Blake: His Art and Times, 64:226-32

Brogan, T. V. F., English Versification, 1570-1980: A Reference Guide with a Global Appendix, 62:125-26

Butler, Marilyn, Romantics, Rebels, and Reactionaries: English Literature and its Background 1760-1830, 64:232-33

Butlin, Martin, The Paintings and Drawings of William Blake, 2 vols., 61:22-65

Erdman, David V., see Grant, John E., et al.

George, Diana Hume, Blake and Freud, 62:121-24

Grant, John E., Edward J. Rose, and Michael J. Tolley, eds., David V. Erdman, coordinating ed., William Blake’s Designs for Edward Young’s “Night Thoughts”: A Complete Edition, 2 vols., 62:130-39

Keynes, Geoffrey, The Gates of Memory, 64:233-35

Rose, Edward J., see Grant, John E., et al.

Shroyer, R. J., ed., Aphorisms on Man (1788) [by Johann Caspar begin page ii | back to top Lavater], 62:126-28

Tolley, Michael J., see Grant, John E., et al.

Young, Howard T., The Line in the Margin: Juan Ramon Jimenez and His Readings in Blake, Shelley, and Yeats, 64:235-39

ILLUSTRATIONS

61 (Volume 16, number 1)

Infrared photograph of Night Thoughts 537v, 8

An Old Man and a Woman in Contemplative Adoration Amid Trees, 8 Night Thoughts 379: “Glide, then, for ever, Pleasure’s sacred Stream!/Through Eden,” 9

An Old Man Seated Leaning on a Pile of Books: A Young Man Approaches, 9

Night Thoughts 469: “Pagan Tutors are thy Taste,” 11

“The Penance of Jane Shore,” 16

“The Bard, from Gray,” 17

“The Spiritual Form of Pitt Guiding Behemoth,” 17

“The Body of Abel found by Adam and Eve,” 18

“Adam and Eve recumbent, hovered over by Angels,” 19

“Sketch for ‘Hecate,’ ” 19

“Figure from Michelangelo’s ‘Last Judgment,’ ” [Blake after Michelangelo], 25

“The Good Farmer,” Essick Collection, 27

Verso of “The Good Farmer,” Essick Collection, 27

“The Good Farmer,” Tate Gallery, 27

Shakespeare Heads, 28

“The Spirit of a Just Man Newly Departed Appearing to his Mourning Family,” 28

For Children: The Gates of Paradise, copy B, plate 13, 29

“How I Pity,” 29

“Frolic” (?), 30

“Job, his Wife and Friends,” 30

“Sketch for The Book of Thel: Thel and the Clod of Clay, and Thel Fleeing from the House of Clay,” 33

The Book of Thel, plates 6 and 7 (numbered 5 and 6 in this copy), 33

“God Judging Adam,” 36

“Pity,” 36

“Churchyard Spectres Frightening a Schoolboy,” 39

“The Entombment,” Huntington Library, 42

“Lot and his Daughters,” 42

“The Body of Christ Borne to the Tomb,” 42

“The Entombment,” Glasgow Museums and Art Galleries, 42

“The Ghost of Samuel Appearing to Saul,” 43

“David Delivered out of Many Waters,” 43

“Every Man also Gave him a Piece of Money,” 46

A standing figure and two drawings of a face, 46

“The Devil Outside a Church” and two sketches for it, George Goyder Collection, 48

A woman and child before a church with other figures passing by, 48

“A Resurrection Scene,” 48

“The Devil Outside a Church,” National Gallery of Art, Washington, 49

“The Gambols of the Ghosts,” 50

“The Ascension of the Beatified Soul,” 51

“The Canterbury Pilgrims: Sketch for the Engraving,” 52

“Adam Naming the Beasts,” 53

“Eve Naming the Birds,” 53

“The Virgin and Child in Egypt,” 53

“Christ Blessing,” 54

Frontispiece (Adam among the beasts) to William Hayley, Designs to a Series of Ballads, 1802, 54

Drawings from bas reliefs for Rees’ Cyclopaedia, 54

“Basso Relievo Plate IV,” Rees’ Cyclopaedia, 55

“Basso Relievo Plate I,” Rees’ Cyclopaedia, 55

John Varley, “Zodiacal Figures and Counting for Geomancy, with a Head [of Blake?] Looking Down,” 56

John Linnell, Portrait of Blake, 56

Tracing or copy, perhaps by Adam White, after Blake’s “The Egyptian Taskmaster,” 56

“Two Figures Confront Each Other Over a Body,” 58

“Three Tabernacles/The Lamb of God,” 46

“The Church Yard,” 58

“Death,” “Mirth,” and “Hope,” 59

Standing figure, perhaps Samson pulling down the pillars of the temple, 62

62 (Volume 16, number 2)

Ruthven Todd, Botanical drawings and notes, 74-76

The Good Farmer, recto and verso, Essick Collection, 88

Searching Among the Dead on a Battlefield, 92

Ugolino: “Does thy God, O Priest, Take such Vengeance as This?,” 92

“The Man Sweeping the Interpreter’s Parlour,” 95

Edward Calvert, “A young shepherd on a journey,” 95

Samuel Palmer, “The Lonely Tower,” 100

63 (Volume 16, number 3)

Jerusalem, copy E, plates 99 and 28, 149

Jerusalem, plate 28, The Pierpont Morgan Library copy, first and second states, 150

“A Little Boy Lost,” 150

“Traditio Legis,” 151

“Die thronenden Christus,” 152

“Christ the Redeemer,” 152

Blake, Christ Girding Himself with Strength, 153

“Christ descending into the Grave,” from Blair’s Grave, 153

Portrait of Catherine Blake, 154

Jerusalem, plate 85, copy E, 167

For the Sexes: The Gates of Paradise, plate 19, copy D, 169

America, plate 14, copy F, 169

Jerusalem, plate 75, copy E, 170

Visions of the Daughters of Albion, plates 3 and 4, copy A, 173

The Four Zoas, pp. 9 and 26, 174

The Four Zoas, pp. 37 and 44, 175

The Four Zoas, pp. 72 and 86, 177

The Four Zoas, p. 112, 178

The Book of Ahania, plates i and 1, 178

64 (Volume 16, number 4)

Layout, Jerusalem, plates 31-37 (First Order), copy D, 194-95

Layout, hypothetical “core” sequence of Jerusalem, Chapter II, plates 33-36 {37-40}, 41 {46}, 195

Layout, Jerusalem, Chapter II (First Order), copy D, 196-97

Layout, Jerusalem, Chapter II (Second Order), copy D, 198-99

America, copy B, plate 4, 217

America, copy B, plate 9, 218

Sharp after West, The Witch of En-Dor, 227

The Good and Evil Angels Struggling for Possession of a Child, 227

Newton, 227

Christ Giving Sight to Bartimaeus, 229

The Last Judgment, 229

Portrait of John Linnell, 229

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