|The Gates of Memory in Night VIIa of The Four Zoas by Wayne Glausser|
|The Final State of The Four Zoas by Paul Mann|
|The Four Zoas: Intention and Production by Robert N. Essick|
|Ronald Paulson, Representations of Revolution (1789-1820), reviewed by Nelson Hilton|
|Ronald Paulson, Book and Painting: Shakespeare, Milton, and the Bible: Literary Texts and the Emergence of English Painting and Literary Landscape: Turner and Constable,[e] reviewed by Morton D. Paley|
|Heather Glen, Vision and Disenchantment: Blake’s Songs and Wordsworth’s Lyrical Ballads, reviewed by David Simpson|
|David H. Weinglass, ed., The Collected Letters of Henry Fuseli, reviewed by G.E. Bentley, Jr.|
|Pudendaddendum by Nelson Hilton|
|Richardson and Blake by Jean H. Hagstrum|
|Reply to Hagstrum by Alicia Ostriker|
|Songs Sung and Recorded, Trianon Press Facsimiles|
G.E. BENTLEY, JR., of the University of Toronto is preparing a Supplement to Blake Records (1969) for the Clarendon Press and completing books on F.J. Du Roveray, the Edwardes of Halifax, Thomas Macklin, and other illustrated-book publishers of the 1790s.
ROBERT N. ESSICK, Professor of English, University of California, Riverside, is the author of William Blake, Printmaker and The Separate Plates of William Blake: A Catalogue. He is now writing a study of Blake and the language of Adam.
WAYNE GLAUSSER, Assistant Professor of English, DePauw University, has written about Blake, Wordsworth, and contemporary American fiction. He has most recently written an essay interpreting Blake’s letters in and around the Felpham period.
JEAN H. HAGSTRUM is currently a Senior Mellon Fellow at the National Humanities Center, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.
NELSON HILTON, Blake’s review editor, is also co-editor (with Thomas A. Vogler) of Unnam’d Forms: Blake and Textuality, which will be published later this year by the University of California Press.
PAUL MANN, currently living in San Francisco, is a member of the Santa Cruz Blake Study Group.
ALICIA OSTRIKER is the editor of Blake’s Complete Poems (Penguin). Two of her recent works include a book of poems, A Woman Under the Surface (Princeton, 1982), and a collection of her critical essays, Writing Like a Woman (Michigan, 1983).
MORTON D. PALEY’s most recent book is The Continuing City: William Blake’s Jerusalem (Oxford, 1983). His study of apocalyptic art in Britain, The Apocalyptic Sublime, will be published by Yale next year.
DAVID SIMPSON is Professor of English at Northwestern University, and the author of various books and articles on Romanticism. His The Politics of American English, 1776-1850 will appear in early 1986.
© 1985 Morris Eaves and Morton D. Paley
Editors: Morris Eaves, University of New Mexico, and Morton D. Paley, University of California, Berkeley.
Bibliographer: Thomas L. Minnick, Ohio State University.
Review Editor: Nelson Hilton, University of Georgia, Athens.
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