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A Supplement to
G. E. Bentley, Jr., and Martin K. Nurmi

Copyright © 1969 by G. E. Bentley, Jr.

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Section I. Individual Titles
Section II. Collections and Selections
Section II. Collections and Selections

This Supplement to the Bentley and Nurmi Blake Bibliography (1964) is restricted to the Parts indicated above. Entries which were listed in 1964 are given their former numbers; such previously printed entries are repeated here normally because new editions have appeared. As in the 1964 Bibliography, an asterisk (*) indicates one or more illustrations by or after Blake; a dagger (†) is for a contemporary reference to Blake; a section-mark (§) means I have not seen the work myself, and it is reported on someone else’s authority.

I have received much help in compiling this list from kind friends such as Martin Butlin, Sir Geoffrey Keynes, J. H. Macphail, Morton D. Paley, Leslie Parris, Miss Valerie Rance (“The History of William Blake’s Reputation from 1806 to 1863,” Reading University M.A., 1965), Mark Reed, Miss Catriona Robertson, Michael J. Tolley, and Victor Skretkowicz, Jr.

I should much appreciate hearing gently expressed suggestions concerning additions or corrections to this list or to the 1964 Bibliography.

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Editions of Blake’s Writings

Section I. Individual Titles

*America a Prophecy. London, 1963.

22.* The Book of Thel. [?Illustrated by] W. R. Kean. Printed as a Manuscript [sic. Lambeth, 1917].[e]

Blake, William. The Book of Thel. Pawlet [Vermont, 1949].

*The Book of Urizen. Introduction by Clark Emery. Miami, Florida, 1966. University of Miami Critical Studies No. 6.

Blake, William. Jerusalem: A Simplified Version. Ed. William R. Hughes. London, 1964. B. N.Y., 1964.

*The Gates of Paradise: For Children, For the Sexes. Introductory volume by Geoffrey Keynes with Blake’s preliminary sketches. [3 vols.] London, 1968. The Blake Trust.

83A. Letters of William Blake. Ed. Geoffrey Keynes. London, 1956. B. 1968.

96A. “Le Mariage du Ciel et de l’Enfer.” André Gide. La Nouvelle Revue Française, XIX (1922), 129-147. B. Le Mariage du Ciel et de l’Enfer. Tr. André Gide. Charlot, 1922. C. Paris, 1923. D. § 1942. E. Paris, 1965. Collection Romantique No. 2.

*The Marriage of Heaven and Hell. With an Introduction by Clark Emery. Coral Gables, Florida, 1963. University of Miami Critical Studies No. 1.

Milton: A Poem. Paris, 1967. Blake Trust.

116A. Poetical Sketches. London, 1926. The Noel Douglas Replicas. B. N.Y., 1927. The Noel Douglas Replicas. C. N.Y., 1927. The English Replicas.

§Songs of Innocence and Experience. London, 1941.

168A.* Songs of Innocence and of Experience. Ed. George H. Cowling. London, 1925. Methuen’s English Classics. B.* London, 1926. . . . F.* London, 1958. G.* London, 1960.

*Songs of Innocence and of Experience. London, 1967. B. N.Y., 1967.

*Tiriel: Facsimile and Transcript of the Manuscript, Reproduction of the Drawings and a Commentary on the Poem by G. E. Bentley, Jr. Oxford, 1967.

§Visiones de las Hijas de Albion y el Viajero Mental. Tr. Pablo Neruda. Buenos Aires, 1947.

Visions of the Daughters of Albion. Pawlet [Vermont, 1957].

Section II. Collections and Selections

*Ægteskabet mellem Himmel og Helvede og andre skrifter. Tr. Niels Alkjaer. København, 1952. Religion og Livsvisdom.

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Auguries of Innocence. Printed for E. V. Lucas [London?], 1905.

Auguries of Innocence. Birmingham, 1930.

A Divine Image. Four Poems by William Blake. Lino-cuts by Duine Campbell. Leicester, 1968.

Eight Songs of Innocence. For Treble Voices, Unison and Two Part. Words by William Blake. Music by D. Wauchope Stewart. London, 1926. The Year Book Press Series of Unison and Part-Songs. No. 264.

§Gedichte. Übertragen von Alexander von Bernus und Walter Schmiele. Heidelberg, 1958.[e]

A Grain of Sand. Poems for Young Readers. Ed. Rosemary Manning. London, Sydney, Toronto, 1967.

§Lettres et Entretiens de William Blake. Tr. Georges Le Breton & Eileen Souffrin. Paris, 1948.

Blake, William, A Memorable Fancy. Lithographs by Rosemary Killen. [Northampton, Mass.], 1965.

Primeros Libros Proféticos. Poemas. Prólogo y traducciòn[e] de Agusti Bartra. Mexico [City], 1961.

*Poemas y Profecias. Versíon y Prólogo de Enrique Caracciolo Trejo. Cordoba [Argentina], 1957.

234A. The Poems & Prophecies of William Blake. Ed. Max Plowman. London, Toronto & N. [1927]. Everyman’s Library. B. § London, Toronto & N.Y., 1934. C. Poems, and Prophecies. [Ed. Max Plowman.] London & N.Y., 1950. Everyman’s Library 792. D. Blake’s Poems and Prophecies. Ed. Max Plowman. London & N.Y., 1954. Everyman’s Library 792. E. Blake’s Poems and Prophecies. Ed. Max Plowman. Supplementary notes,[e] select bibliography, and revisions to the notes by Geoffrey Keynes. London & N.Y. 1959. Everyman’s Library 792.

239A. The Poems of William Blake comprising Songs of Innocence and of Experience together with Poetical Sketches and Some Copyright Poems Not in Any Other Edition [Ed. R. H. Shepherd.] London, 1874. B. London, 1887.

240A. The Poems of William Blake. Ed. W. B. Yeats. London, 1893. B. N. Y., 1893. C. London & N. Y., [1905]. The Muses Library. D. Mr. William Butler Yeats introduces the Poetical Works of William Blake. London, 1910. Books that Marked Epochs. E. Poems of William Blake. N.Y., [1920]. Modern Library.

Poems of William Blake Selected by Amelia H. Munson. Illustrations by William Blake. N. Y., 1964.

243A. The Poetical Works of William Blake, Lyrical and Miscellaneous, Ed. with a Prefatory Memoir, by William Michael Rossetti. London, 1874. B. London, 1875. C.[e] London, 1890. D. London, 1911. E. London, 1914. Bohn’s Popular Library.

The Poetry and Prose of William Blake. Ed. David V. Erdman. Commentary by Harold Bloom. Garden City, N.Y., 1965. B. [Second Printing, 1966].

Primeros Libros Proféticos: Poemas. Prólogo y traducción de Agusti Bartra. Mexico [City], 1961.

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251A.* The Prophetic Writings of William Blake. In Two Volumes. Edd. D. J. Sloss & J. P. R. Wallis, with a General Introduction Glossorial Index of Symbols Commentary and Appendices. Oxford, 1926. B.* 1957. C.* 1964.

Pu-lai-k’o shih-hsüan [Selected Poems]. Tr. Yüan K’o-chia. Hong Kong, 1960.

255. Selected Poems of William Blake. Ed. F. W. Bateson. London, Melbourne and Toronto,[e] 1957. B.§ 1961. C.§ 1963. D.§ 1964. E. 1965. F. 1966.

Selected Poems. Ed. Stanley Gardner. London, 1962. The London English Literature Series. B. 1965.

Selected Writings. Ed. Robert F. Gleckner, N.Y., 1967. Crofts Classics.

§Selections. Berkeley, 1964.

*Taivaan ja Helvetin Avioliitto ja Muuta Proosaa. [Tr. Tuomas Anhava.] Hameeniinna, [1959].

Versek és Próféciák. [Ed. Kardos László.] Budapest, 1959.

*Visioni di William Blake. Tr. Giuseppe Ungaretti. N.p., 1965.

William Blake. Tr. Jean Rousselot [assisté par Anne-Marie Rousselot]. Paris, 1964. Poètes d’aujourd’hui 118.

*William Blake. Ed. Vivian de Sola Pinto. London, 1965.

*William Blake: An Introduction. With illustrations from Blake’s paintings and engravings. Ed. Anne Malcolmson. London, 1967. B. N.Y., 1967.

295A.* The Writings of William Blake. In Three Volumes. Ed. Geoffrey Keynes. London, 1925. B.* The Complete Writings of William Blake with All the Variant Readings. Ed. Geoffrey Keynes. London & N.Y., 1957. C.* The Complete Writings of William Blake with Variant Readings. Ed. Geoffrey Keynes. London, N.Y., Toronto, 1966.


Reproductions of Drawings and Paintings

Section II. Collections and Selections

*Blake. London, 1965. The Masters 6.

*Martin Butlin. William Blake. London, 1966. The Tate Gallery Little Book Series.


Biography and Criticism

Adams, Frederick B., Jr. “Blake Water-Colors for Poems by Milton.” Pp. 56-60 of his begin page 4 | back to top First Annual Report to the Fellows of the Pierpont Morgan Library. N.Y., 1950.

—. “William Blake 1757-1827.” Pp. 69-70 of his Fourth Annual Report to the Fellows of the Pierpont Morgan Library. N.Y., 1953.

—. “William Blake 1757-1827.” Pp. 74-75 of his Fifth Annual Report to the Fellows of the Pierpont Morgan Library. N.Y., 1954.

Adams, Hazard. “Blake and the Muse.” Bucknell Review, XV (1967), 112-119.

—. William Blake: A Reading of the Shorter Poems. Seattle, 1963.

Adcock, A. St. John. “Blake and Flaxman.” Chapter VII, pp. 118-139, of Famous Houses and Literary Shrines of London. With Seventy-Four Illustrations by Frederick Adcock[e] and 16 Portraits. London & N.Y., 1912. B. Famous Houses and Literary Shrines of London. With Fifty-Nine Illustrations by Frederick Adcock. London, Toronto, N.Y., 1929. Pp. 89-104.

Adlard, John. “The Annandale Druids: A Blake Crux.” N&Q, CCXII [N.S. XIV] (1967), 19-20.

—. “Blake and Rasselas.Archiv Für das Studium der Neueren Sprachen und Literaturen, CCI (1964), 47.

—. “Blake and Thomas Taylor.” English Studies, XLIV (1963), 353-354.

—. “Blake’s Crystal Cabinet.” MLR, LXII (1967), 28-30.

—. “Drunkenness at the Mills in Blake’s ‘Milton.’” N&Q, CCX [N.S. XII] (1965), 183-184.

—. “Mr. Blake’s Fairies.” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen, LXV (1964), 144-160.

—. “Tasso and the Cock and the Lion in Blake’s Milton.Symposium, XX (1966), 5-6

Aitken, Charles. “Recent Acquisitions for Public Collections—XI: Satan Smiting Job with Sore Boils, Job ii, 7—By William Blake—National Gallery, British Art.” Burlington Magazine, XXXIV (1919), 165.

—. See S. Baldwin, “A Blake Memorial in St. Paul’s,” The [London] Times (1926).

*Albani, Maria. “William Blake.” Nuova Antologia, 5 S, CLIII (1911), 603-615.

Alkjaer, N. (Tr.) AEgteskabet mellum Himmel og Helvede og andre skrifter (1952).

Altizer, Thomas J. J. The New Apocalypse: The Radical Christian Vision of William Blake. [Lansing], Michigan, 1967.

Ancheschi, L. (Tr.) T. S. Eliot, “Blake” (1946).

Anhava, T. (Tr.) Talvaanja Helvetin Avioliitto ja Muuta Proosaa[e] (1959).

Anon. [Untitled.] The [Cincinnati] Enquirer, Jan. 9, 1941.

—. [Untitled.] Sunday Express [London], Nov. 9, 1919.

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—. “Art. II. A Father’s Memoirs of his Child. By Benjamin Heath Malkin . . . .” Literary Journal, 2 S, II (July 1806), 27-35.

—. “Art. III. Nollekens and his Times: . . . by John Thomas Smith . . . .” Eclectic Review, III (Dec. 1828), 536-537. (Bodley)

†—. “Art. XI. Illustrations of the Bible. By John Martin . . . .” Westminster Review, XX (April 1834), 452-465.

†—. “Art. XIV. A Father’s Memoirs of his Child, by Benjamin Heath Malkin . . . .” Annual Review . . . for 1806, V (1807), 379-381. (Bodley)

—. “Art Exhibitions. Blake Engravings and Colour Prints.” The [London] Times, April 30, 1924.

—. “The Bibliographer.” Boston Evening Transcript, Feb. 8, 1905.

—. “Big Price for a Book.” The [London] Times[?], June 11, 1901.

—. “Blake Art Brings $2,100. Tempera Painting [of ‘Faith, Hope & Charity’] Sold at Auction of the Hardy Collection.” New York Times, Feb. 15, 1942.

—. “Blake at the Tate.” TLS, July 23, 1964.

—. “A Blake Bequest.” Daily Express, Aug. 4, 1903.

§—. “Blake Book Here.” [Princeton] Town Topics, Nov. 9, 1967. B. Reprinted in “Blake at Princeton,” Blake Newsletter, No. 3 (1967), 6-7.

—. “Blake Centenary. Celebrations in London.” The [London] Times, Aug. 13, 1927.

—. “Blake Centenary. Memorial at Bunhill Fields.” The [London] Times, Aug. 9, 1927.[e]

—. “Blake Collection sold for $66,807.” New York Times[?], Nov. 3, 1938.

—. “Blake Exhibition Opens Today in Philadelphia.” Philadelphia Transcript, Feb. 10, 1939.

—. “Blake Engravings Discovered.” Evening Standard, Nov. 11, 1937.

—. “Blake in facsimile.” The Guardian, July 15, 1964, p. 8.

—. “Blake in Facsimile.” The [London] Times, July 29, 1886.

*—. “Blake’s Engravings After the Designs of Other Artists.” The [London] Times, July 18, 1964, p. 11.

—. “British Museum’s Acquisitions: Woodblocks by William Blake.” The [London] Times, Jan. 16, 1939.

—. “Bust of Blake Unveiled in Abbey’s Poets’ Corner.” New York Times, Nov. 25, 1957.

—. “Camargo Society. Vaughan Williams’s ‘Job.’” The [London] Times, July 6, 1931.

—. “The Carfax Gallery. A Memorable Blake Exhibition.” Daily News, Jan. 8, 1904.

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—. “A Creative Visionary, Some Reflections on the Need of the Blake Society.” Daily Graphic, Aug. 5, 1912.

*†—. “Death and Immortality.” The Illustrated Exhibitor and Magazine of Art, I (June 12, 1852), 369-371. B.* Pp. 15-16 of The Ladies’ Drawing Room Book. N.Y., [1852].

*—. “Dialogue with a Flea.” Time Magazine, April 21, 1967, p. 72.

—. Dictionnaire des Artistes (1789); see C. H. von Heinecken.

—. “Discovery of William Blake’s Grave.” [London] Morning Post, June 29, 1941.

—. “Drawings by Blake in the Ashmolean.” The Oxford Magazine (June 21, 1918), pp. 341-342.

—. “Exhibition of Work by Blake in Capital [Washington].” New York Times, Oct. 25, 1964.

—. “Exhibition of Works by William Blake.” Daily Telegraph, Jan. 19, 1904.

†—. “The Family Library, No. X. The Lives of the most eminent British Painters, Sculptors, and Architects. By Allan Cunningham. Vol. II. London, 1830. J. Murray.” The London Literary Gazette, Feb. 6, 1830, pp. 85-86.

—. “The Grave of William Blake.” The [London] Times, June 29, 1911.

—. “£4,000 for Books in 10 Minutes.” [London] Daily Mail, July 2, 1924.

—. “Gifts to British Museum. Blake’s Poems.” The [London] Times, Dec. 17, 1932.

—. “Honouring a Poet-Painter. First Meeting of the Newly-Founded Blake Society.” Daily Graphic, Aug. 13, 1912.

*—. “Illustrations to the Divine Comedy of Dante.” Pp. 40-44 of National Art-Collections Fund: Sixteenth Annual Report 1919. London, 1920.

†—. “The Lives of the most eminent British Painters, Sculptors, and Architects. By Allan Cunningham. Vol. II. Murray. 1830.” Gentleman’s Magazine, C (Feb. 1830), 141-143. (Bodley)

†—. “Monthly Retrospect of the Fine Arts.” The Monthly Magazine, XI (April 1801), 245-246. (Bodley)

†—. “Nollekens and his Times.” Athenaeum, No. 56 (Nov. 19, 1828), pp. 881-882. (Bodley)

—. “Notes on Sales.” TLS, Nov. 13, 1919, p. 656.

—. “Personal Relics of William Blake.” Pall Mall Gazette, March 24, 1910.

†—. “The Poetry of Sacred and Legendary Art [by Mrs. Jameson].” Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, LXV (Feb. 1849), 183.

—. “The productions of time.” The Guardian, Jan. 25, 1968, p. 8.

—. “Queen Elizabeth Loans Pictures of Show.” Washington Post, Oct. 6, 1957.

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—. “Que nous réserve W. Blake?” Le Boréal Express, IV (?1961), 21.

—. “Rare Books Sold in New York. High Prices for Blake Drawings.” The [London] Times, May 14, 1941.

—. “Sale of Works by William Blake.” The [London] Times, Jan. 14, 1904.

—. “The Sale Room. Nathaniel Horne Portrait. William Blake Drawings.” The [London] Times, July 27, 1929.

†—. “William Blake.” The Literary Chronicle And Weekly Review, Sept. 1, 1827, pp. 557-558. (Bodley)

—. “William Blake. A True Englishman. The New National Anthem.” The [London] Times Aug. 12, 1927, pp. 11-12.

*—. William Blake Bicentenary Celebrations. [London], 1957.

—. “William Blake: Centenary Memorial in St. Paul’s.” [?Glasgow] Herald, March 23, 1926.

*—. “William Blake: Poet, Printer, Prophet.” Connoisseur, CLVI (1964), 199.

—. “William Blake Wood-cuts. 17 Blocks Bought for the Nation.” The [London] Times, Dec. 3, 1938.

—. “William Blake’s ‘Songs.’” The [London] Times[?], March 17, 1909.

Ansari, Asloob Ahmad. Arrows of Intellect: A Study in William Blake’s Gospel of the Imagination. Aligarh [India], 1965.

Ashelford, T. H. “The Grave of William Blake.” The [London] Times, Aug. 2, 1926.


Bacon, M. E. “Blake’s THE TYGER.” Explicator, XXVI (1967), item 35.

Baine, Rodney M. “Blake’s ‘Tyger’: The Nature of the Beast.” SP, XLVI (1967), 488-498.[e]

Baird, Sister Mary Julian. “Blake, Hopkins and Thomas Merton.” Catholic World, CLXXXIII:[e] (1956), 46-49.

Baker, C. H. Collins. “Blake at the Tate Gallery.” Saturday Review, Nov. 8, 1918, pp. 582-583.

Baldwin, Stanley J., Ramsay MacDonald, Pamela Grey of Falloden, W. R. Inge, Edward Elgar, Owen Seaman, Thomas Hardy, Charles Aitken, Laurence Binyon, Muirhead Bone, George Clausen, Laurence Housman, Selwyn Image, John Masefield. “A Blake Memorial in St. Paul’s.” The [London] Times, March 20, 1926, p. 13.

Barr, D. J. “William Blake’s Use of the Bible.” N&Q, CCVII (1962), 312.

Bartra, A. Tr. Primeros Libros Proféticos[e] (1961).

†Basan, P. F. et A. L. Dictionnaire des Graveurs Anciens et Modernes, Depuis l’origin de la Gravure; Par P. F. et H. L. Basan, père et fils. Seconde Edition, Précédée begin page 8 | back to top d’une Notice historique sur l’Art de la Graveur, Par P. P. Choffard; suivie d’un Précis de la Vie de l’Auteur, et ornée de soixante Estempas par differens Artistes célebres, dont 18 Sujets nouveaux. [2 vols.] A Paris, Chez J. J. Blaise, Libraire, quai des Augustins, No. 61. 1809. Vol. I, p. 70. (Bodley)

Bateson, F. W. (Ed.) Selected Poems of William Blake (1957 &c.).

Beaumont, Elie de. William Blake. N.p., 1959. Curiosa Typografica II.

Beer, John. Blake’s Humanism. Manchester & N.Y., 1968.

Bentley, G. E., Jr. “All the Evidence That’s Fit to Print”; see Blake Newsletter (1968).[e]

—. “Blake Apocrypha”; see Blake Newsletter (1967).

—. “Blake’s Annotations to Swedenborg’s Heaven and Hell.” University of Toronto Quarterly, XXXIV (1965), 290-293.

—. “Blake’s Hesiod.” The Library, 5 S, XX (1965), 315-320.

—. “A Collection of Prosaic William Blakes.” N&Q, CCX [N.S. XII] (1965), 172-178.

—. “The Date of Blake’s Pickering Manuscripts or The Way of a Poet with Paper.” Studies in Bibliography, XIX (1966), 232-243.

876A. —. “The Date of Blake’s Vala or The Four Zoas.MLN, LXXI (1956), 487-491. B. Pp. 96-100 of A Mirror for Modern Scholars: Essays in Methods of Research in Literature. Ed. Lester A. Beaurline. N.Y., 1966.

—. “John Flaxman and the Mathew Clan.” BNYPL, LXVII (1963), 443-454.

—. “A Piper Passes: The Earliest Parody of Blake’s ‘Songs of Innocence.’” N&Q, CCIX [N.S. XI] (1964), 418-419.

—. “The Printing of Blake’s America.Studies in Romanticism, VI (1966), 46-57.

—. “William Blake’s Protean Text.” Pp. 44-58 of Editing Eighteenth-Century Texts: Papers given at the Editorial Conference, University of Toronto, October 1967. Ed.[e] D. I. B. Smith. Toronto, 1968.

—. Assister with D. V. Erdman, A Concordance to the Writings of William Blake (1967).[e]

—. (Ed.) Tiriel (1967).

—. Foreword to R. Lister, William Blake (1968).

Bernus, A. von. (Tr.) Gedichte (1958).

Besterman, T. (Ed.) J. H. Hagstrum, “William Blake rejects the enlightenment,” Studies[e] on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century (1963).

Bindman, David. “The dating of Blake’s Marginalia to Reynolds.” Burlington Magazine, CVIII (1966), 522.

Binn, H. B. (Ed.) B. K. Gray, “Notes on a Blake Exhibition,” A Modern Humanist (1910).

Binyon, L. See S. Baldwin, “A Blake Memorial in St. Paul’s,” The [London] Times (1926).[e]

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Birrell, T. A. “The Figure of Satan in Milton and Blake.” Pp. 379-393 of Satan. London[e] & N.Y., 1951.

Bishop, Morchard. “Blake and Buckingham.” TLS, April 2, 1964, p. 277.

Black, C. Appreciator of B. K. Gray, “Notes on a Blake Exhibition,” A Modern Humanist (1910).

907A. Blackstone, Bernard. English Blake. Cambridge [Eng.], 1949. B. Hamden, Conn., 1966.

—. “The Traveller Unknown.” Pp. 51-89 of his The Lost Travellers. A Romantic Theme with Variations. London, 1962. See also passim.

Blake Newsletter. Ed. Morton D. Paley. I- (1967 ff.), quarterly. Contains particularly[e] John F. Grant, “Recognizing Fathers” (Oct. 1967, Sept. 1968, Dec. 1968); G. E. Bentley,[e] Jr., “Blake Apocrypha” (Oct. 1967); D. V. Erdman, “Errata Emendata: Second Printing: Erdman-Bloom P & P of WB” (Dec. 1967); W. H. Stevenson, “Two Problems in[e] The Four Zoas,” (Dec. 1967, March 1968); D. V. Erdman, “Blake’s Terrible Ease” (March 1968); Michael J. Tolley, “Some Analogues or Sources” (March 1968); John Howell, “An Early Hand-Made Facsimile of the Songs of Innocence and of Experience[e] (March 1968); Michael J. Tolley, “Three Bibliographical Additions” (June 1968); G. E. Bentley, Jr., “All the Evidence That’s Fit to Print” (June 1968); Joseph Anthony Wittreich, “A Bibliographical Note” (June 1968) and “A Note on Blake and Milton” (Sept. 1968); W. E. Moss, “The Coloured Copies of Blake’s ‘Night Thoughts’” (Sept. 1968); Robert P. Kolker, “Blake in the Institute” (Dec. 1968); Martin Butlin,[e] “William Rossetti’s Annotations to Gilchrist’s Life of William Blake” (Dec. 1968); John Buck, “Miss Groggery” (Dec. 1968); G. E. Bentley, Jr., “A Census of Coloured Copies of Young’s Night Thoughts” (Dec. 1968); Frederic Cummings, “Blake at Detroit[e] and Philadelphia” (Dec. 1968); David V. Erdman, “J[erusalem]. 95:2-20” (Dec. 1968).[e]

Blake Studies. Ed. Kay Long & Roger R. Easson, I- (1968 ff.), quarterly. No. I contains Karl Kiralis, “‘London’ in the Light of Jerusalem,” pp. 5-15; Edward J. Rose,[e] “Blake’s Milton: The Poet as Poem,” pp. 16-38; *Clyde R. Taylor, “Iconographical Themes in William Blake,” pp. 39-85; Joseph Anthony Wittreich, Jr., “William Blake and Bernard Barton: Addendum to BNB Entry No. a852,” pp. 91-94; Ruthven Todd, “Gilchrist Redivivus,” pp. 95-97; and untitled abstracts of dissertations by Anne T. Kostelanetz and James Denise McGowan, pp. 103-104.

*Bliss, Douglas Percy. “Blake and the Modern English Wood-Engravers.” Pp. 203-226 of his A History of Wood-Engraving. London, Toronto, N.Y., 1928. B. London, 1964.

§Blondel, Jacques. “William Blake: The Chimney Sweeper; de l’innocence à la violence.”[e] Les Langues Modernes, LX (1966), 162-167.

Bloom, Harold. Blake’s Apocalypse: A Study in Poetic Argument. London, 1963. B. Garden City, N.Y., 1963. C. Garden City, N.Y., 1965.

—. Commentator on Poetry and Prose of William Blake (1965, 1966).

—. (Ed.) D. V. Erdman, “Terrible Blake in his Pride ” and J. Hollenden, “Blake and the Metrical Contract,” From Sensibility to Romanticism (1965).

Bluhm, H. (Ed.) J. H. Hagstrum, “Blake’s Blake,” Essays in History and Literature (1965).[e]

Bodgener, J. H. “Blake’s Vision of the Divine Man.” Congregational Quarterly, XXXVI (1958), 59-64.

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Bogen, Nancy. “Blake on ‘The Ohio.’” N&Q, CCXIII [N.S. XV] (1968), 19-20.

—. “Blake’s Debt to Gillray.” American Notes and Queries, V (1967), 35-37.

—. “An Early Listing of William Blake’s Poetical Sketches.” English Language Notes III (1966), 194-196.

§—. “William Blake’s ‘Island in the Moon’ Revisited.” Satire Newsletter, V (1968), 110-117.

Boldereff, Frances M. A Blakean Translation of Joyce’s[e] Circe. Woodward, Pennsylvania, 1965.

†Bolton, Arthur T., ed. The Portrait of Sir John Soane, R.A. (1753-1837) Set forth in Letters from his Friends (1775-1837). London, 1927.

Bone, M. See S. Baldwin, “A Blake Memorial in St. Paul’s,” The [London] Times (1926).

Bonte, C. H. “Assembling Blake Show: Display Opening At Art Museum.” Philadelphia Inquirer, Jan. 1, 1939.

—. “Blake Exhibit at Museum. Artist and Seer And also Poet.” Philadelphia Inquirer,[e] Feb. 12, 1939.

Breton, Georges le. “William Blake et le néo-platonisme.” Mercure de France, CCCXLVII (1963), 494-499.

—. (Tr.) Lettres et Entretiens de William Blake (1948).

§Brion, Marcel. Romantic Art. London, [?1961].

Brownowski, J. “The Mystical Quest of William Blake.” Literary Guide, LXIX (June 1954),[e] 4-7.

954A. —. William Blake, 1757-1827: A Man Without a Mask. London, 1943 [i.e., 1944].[e] B. London, 1944. C.§ London, 1945. D. London & N.Y., 1947. E.* Revised and reissued as a Penguin Book, 1954. F.* 1961. G.* 1964. H.* Revised and reissued as William Blake and the Age of Revolution. N.Y., 1965.

Brown, P. Assister with D. V. Erdman, A Concordance to the Writings of William Blake (1967).

Buchanan, Walter. “A New Portrait of William Blake.” Country Life, LXII (1927), 390.

Buckley, Vincent. “Blake’s Originality.” Melbourne Critical Review, No. 7 (1964), 3-21.

§Burke, Joseph. “The Eidetic and the Borrowed Image: an Interpretation of Blake’s Theory and Practice of Art.” Chapter 13, pp. 110-127, of In Honour of Daryl Lindsay: Essays and Studies. Ed. Franz Philipp & June Stewart. Melbourne, London, Wellington, N.Y., 1964.

†Burns, Robert. Reliques of Robert Burns; consisting chiefly of Original Letters, Poems, and Critical Observations on Scottish Songs. Collected and Published by R. H. Cromek, London: Printed by J. M’Creery, for T. Cadell, and W. Davies, Strand,[e] 1808. (GEB & Toronto)

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Burrow, Charles Kennett. “Poet, Visionary, and Artist. William Blake’s Work at the Carfax Gallery.” T.P.’s Weekly, Jan. 15, 1904.

Bushrui, S. B. (Ed.) W. H. Stevenson, “Yeats and Blake,” 1865 W. B. Yeats 1965 (1965).[e]

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—. “Blake’s ‘Vala, or the Four Zoas’ and a new Water-colour in the Tate Gallery.” Burlington Magazine, CVI (1964), 381-382.

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Camden, C. (Ed.) J. H. Hagstrum, “William Blake’s ‘The Clod & The Pebble,’” Restoration and Eighteenth Century Literature (1963).

*Cammell, Charles Richard. “Blake.” Pp. 72-89 of his The Name on the Wall. London, 1960.

†Carey, William P. Desultory Exposition of an Anti-British System of Incendiary Publication, &c. intended to Sacrifice the honor and interests of the British Institution, The Royal Academy, And the whole Body of the British Artists and their Patrons, to the Passions, Quackeries, and Falsehoods of certain Disappointed Candidates for Prizes at the British Gallery and Admission, as Associates into the Royal[e] Academy. London: Printed for W. Glindon, Rupert Street, Haymarket, for the Author; and Published at 37, Marylebone Street, Piccadilly. 1819. Pp. 22-32. (BM)

—. “Remarks on Blake’s Designs Illustrative of Blair’s Grave, (From ‘Critical Description of West’s Death on the Pale Horse,) By Mr. William Carey.” The Repository of Arts, Literature, Fashions, Manufacturers, &c., 2 S, V (May 1, 1818), 278-280. (NYP)

Cave, Roderick. “In Blake’s Traditions: the Press of Ralph Chubb.” The American Book Collector, XI (1960), 8-17.

§Chayes, Irene Hendry. “The Circle and the Stair: Patterns of Romantic Theme and Form in the Poetry of Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Shelley, and Keats.” Johns Hopkins Ph.D., 1960.

*—. “Little Girls Lost: Problems of a Romantic Archetype.” BNYPL, LXVII (1963), 579-592. B. Reprinted in Frye, Blake (1965).

1024A.† Child, Mrs. D. L. [Lydia Maria Francis]. “Good Wives. No. 1.—Mrs. Blake, wife of William Blake.” The Ladies Pocket Magazine, Part 2 (1833), 1-5. B. “Mrs. Blake, Wife of William Blake.” Pp. 128-133 of Good Wives. Boston, 1833. C.§ Reprinted in pp. 125-128 of L. Maria Child. Biographies of Good Wives. N.Y. & Boston,[e] 1846. D. Third Edition, Revised. N.Y. & Boston, 1847. Francis & Co.’s Cabinet Library of Choice Prose and Poetry. E. Biographies of Good Wives. London & Glasgow, 1849. Pp. 123-128. F.§ Boston & N.Y., 1850. G.§ Boston & N.Y., 1855. H. Married Women: Biographies of Good Wives. N.Y., 1871. Pp. 124-128.

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—. “The Psychology of Blake’s Visionary Mythopoeia.” Western Reserve Ph.D., 1963.

Clausen, G. See S. Baldwin, “A Blake Memorial in St. Paul’s,” The [London] Times (1926).

*Cleaver, James. “William Blake and Thomas Bewick.” Chapter VII, pp. 95-107, of A History of Graphic Art. London, 1963.

Collins, J. Churton. “Mr. Churton Collins on Blake.” TLS, June 13, 1902.

*Collobi, Licia Ragghianti. “Hogarth Romney Füssli Flaxman Blake nella Raccolta Horne a Firenze.” Critica d’Arte, XI, No. 62 (1964), 33-42.

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*Connolly, Thomas E., & George R. Levine. “Pictorial and Poetic Design in Two Songs of Innocence.” PMLA, LXXXII (1967), 257-264.

Coveney, Peter. “Blake’s Innocence and Experience.” Chapter II, pp. 15-29, of his Poor Monkey: The Child in Literature. London, 1957.

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†Cumberland, G. “Hints on various Modes of Printing from Autographs.” Journal of Natural Philosophy, XXVIII (Jan. 1811), 56-59.

*Cummings, Frederick. “William Blake 1757-1827.” Pp. 157-166 of Frederick Cummings, Allen Staley, Robert Rosenblum, Romantic Art in Britain: Paintings and Drawings 1760-1860. The Detroit Institute of Arts, 9 January–18 February 1968.[e] Philadelphia[e] Museum of Art, 14 March–21 April 1968.[e] Philadelphia, 1968.

†Cunningham, Allan. Poems and Songs. With an introduction, glossary, and notes by Peter Cunningham. London, 1847. P. ix. (Bodley)

†Cunningham, George Godfrey, ed. Lives of Eminent and Illustrious Englishmen, from Alfred the Great to the Latest Times, On an Original Plan. 8 vols. Glasgow, Edinburgh, & London, 1838. Vol. VIII, p. 310.

Cunningham, P. (Ed.) A. Cunningham, Poems and Songs (1847).


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Davies, Hugh Sykes, ed. “Blake.” Pp. 17-43 of The Poets and their Critics. [2 vols. Vol. II:] Blake to Browning. London, 1962.

1085A. Davies, J. G. The Theology of William Blake. Oxford, 1948. B. Hamden, Conn., 1965.

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†Dendy, Walter C. On the Phenomena of Dreams, and Other Transient Illusions. London, 1832. Pp. 123-124.

†§Dictionary of British Biography. London & Glasgow, 1857.

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Dorfman, Deborah. “Blake in 1863 and 1880: The Gilchrist Life.BNYPL, LXXI (1967), 216-238.

§Douglas, Dennis. “Blake and the Grotesque.” Balcony, VI (1967), 9-16.

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Doxey, William S. “William Blake, James Basire, and the Philosophical Transactions: An Unexplored Source of Blake’s Scientific Thought?” BNYPL, LXXII (1968), 252-260.

§Drake, Constance M. “An Approach to Blake.” College English, XXIX (1968), 541-547.

1116.* Dudley, Laura Howland. “Blake Exhibition.” Fogg Art Museum Notes, II (1931), 285-304.

1119A. Duncan-Johnstone, L. A. A Psychological Study of William Blake. London, Dec. 1945. The Guild of Pastoral Psychology, Guild Lecture No. 40. B.§ 1958.

§Durstine, Joan Marie. “William Blake’s Theory of Art and Its Application to His Poetry.” DA, XXVI (1965), 2748-49 (Indiana).


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*Elistratova, A. A. “Bleik.” Chapter I, pp. 45-106, of Nasledie Angliiskogo Romantizm i Sovremennost’ [The Legacy of English Romanticism and the Present]. Moscow, 1960.

Emery, C. (Ed.) The Book of Urizen (1966).

—. (Ed.) The Marriage of Heaven and Hell (1963).

Empson, William. See K. Raine, “Kidnapping Blake,” Spectator (1957).

England, Martha Winburn. “Blake and the Hymns of Charles Wesley [Part I: Wesley’s Hymns for Children and Blake’s Songs of Innocence and of Experience;][Part II: Wesley’s Hymns for the Nation and Blake’s Milton;][Part III: Enthusiasm without Mysticism;][Part IV: Short Hymns and Jerusalem].” BNYPL, LXX (1966), 7-26, 93-112, 153-168, 251-264. B. Pp. 44-112 of Martha Winburn England & John Sparrow. Hymns Unbidden: Donne, Herbert, Blake, Emily Dickinson and the Hymnographers. N.Y., 1966.[e]

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1147A. —. “Blake; the Historical Approach.” Pp. 197-223 of English Institute Essays,[e] 1950. Ed. Alan S. Downer. N.Y., 1951. B. Reprinted in no. 1269. C. Reprinted as pp. 147-173 of Explication as Criticism: Selected Papers from the English Institute,[e] 1941-1952. Ed. W. R. Wimsatt, Jr. N.Y., & London, 1963.

—. “Blake, William.” Vol. II, pp. 601-602, of New Catholic Encyclopaedia. N.Y., St. Louis, San Francisco, Toronto, London, Sydney, 1967.

—. “Blake’s Jerusalem: Plate 3 Fully Restored.” Studies in Bibliography, XVIII (1965), 281-282.

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—. “Errata Emendata”; see Blake Newsletter (1967).

—. “The Suppressed and Altered Passages in Blake’s Jerusalem.Studies in Bibliography, XVII (1964), 1-54.

—. “‘Terrible Blake in His Pride’: An Essay on The Everlasting Gospel.” Pp. 331-356[e] of From Sensibility to Romanticism: Essays Presented to Frederick A. Pottle. Ed. Frederick W. Hilles and Harold Bloom. N.Y., 1965.

—. With the assistance of John F. Thiesmeyer and Richard J. Wolfe. Also G. E. Bentley, Jr., Palmer Brown, Robert F. Gleckner, George Mills Harper, Karl Kiralis, Martin K. Nurmi, and Paul M. Zall. A Concordance to the Writings of William Blake. [2 vols.] Ithaca, N.Y., 1967.

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Fawcett, Millicent G. “Blake and Parry.” The [London] Times, Aug. 18, 1927.

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Flatto, Elie. “The Social and Political Ideas of William Blake.” DA, XXVII (1967), 3870A.

*Forbes-Robertson, John. “William Blake, 1757-1827.” Pp. 402-405 of his The Great Painters of Christendom from Cimabue to Wilkie. London, Paris, N.Y. [?1885].

Frye, Northrop, ed. Blake: A Collection of Critical Essays. Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 1965. Twentieth-Century Views. [Essays by William J. Keith (“The Complexities of Blake’s ‘Sunflower’: An Archetypal Speculation”), I. H. Chayes, R. F. Gleckner, J. E. Grant, J. H. Hagstrum, M. K. Nurmi; chapters from books by H. Adams, H. Bloom,[e] A. Blunt, D. V. Erdman.]

1209A.—. “Blake After Two Centuries.” University of Toronto Quarterly, XXVII (1957), 10-21. B. Pp. 56-67 of English Romantic Poets: Modern Essays in Criticism.[e] Ed. M. H. Abrams. N.Y., 1960. C. Pp. 138-150 of Frye’s Fables of Identity: Studies[e] in Poetic Mythology. N.Y., 1963.

Frye, Northrop. “The Keys to the Gates.” Pp. 1-40 of Some British Romantics: A Collection of Essays. Ed. James V. Logan, John E. Jordan & Northrop Frye. [Columbus, Ohio,][e] 1966.


1221A. Gardner, Charles. Vision & Vesture: A Study of William Blake in Modern Thought.[e] London, Paris, Toronto, 1916. B. London & Toronto, 1929. C. N.Y., 1929.

Gardner, Stanley. Blake. London, 1968. Literature in Perspective.

—. “Infinity on the Anvil: A Study of the Poetic Symbolism of William Blake.” Oxford D.Phil., 1957.

—. (Ed.) Selected Poems (1962, 1965).

*Gaunt, William. “Blake and the current of imaginative art.” Chapter X, pp. 139-148, of his A Concise History of English Art. N.Y., 1964.

—. “The followers of Blake.” Chapter XI, pp. 149-153, of his A Concise History of[e] English Art. N.Y., 1964.

*—. “William Blake Sketchbook Found: Series of ‘Visionary Heads.’” The [London] Times, April 7, 1967, pp. 1, 9.

Gide, A. (Tr.) Le Mariage du Ciel et de l’Enfer (1922 &c.).

Gillham, D. G. Blake’s Contrary States: The ‘Songs of Innocence and of Experience’ as[e] Dramatic Poems. Cambridge, 1966.

Gleckner, Robert F. “Blake and the Senses.” Studies in Romanticism, V (1965), 1-15.

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—. “Blake’s Seasons.” Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, V (1965), 533-551.

—. “Joyce and Blake: Notes Toward Defining a Literary Relationship.” Chapter X, pp. 188-225, of A James Joyce Miscellany. Ed. Marvin Magalaner. Carbondale, Illinois,[e] 1962.

—. “‘The Lamb’ and ‘The Tyger’—How Far with Blake?” English Journal, LI (1962), 536-543.

1252A.* —. “Point of View and Context in Blake’s Songs.” BNYPL, LXI (1957), 531-538. “William Blake Issue.” B. Pp. 68-75 of English Romantic Poets: Modern Essays in Criticism. Ed. M. H. Abrams. N.Y., 1960. C. Reprinted in Frye, Blake (1965).

—. “William Blake: The Piper and the Bard.” Johns Hopkins Ph.D., 1954.

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—. (Ed.) Selected Writings (1967).

Goldman, Arnold. “Blake and the Roscoes.” N&Q, CCX [N.S. XXI] (1965), 178-182.

Gorlier, Claudio. “Il Blake di Ungaretti.” Paragone, XVII, No. 196 (1966), 142-146.

†Gould, John. Biographical Sketches of Eminent Artists: comprising Painters, Sculptors,[e] Engravers, and Architects, from the earliest ages to the present time; Interspersed[e] with Original Anecdotes. To which is added an Introduction, containing a brief account of various schools of Art. London, 1834. Pp. 48-49.

*Grafly, Dorothy. “Blake’s Art Exhibition Amazing. Makes U.S. Mecca for His Work.” Philadelphia Record, Feb. 12, 1939.

Grant, John E. “Blake.” New York Times Book Review, Jan. 5, 1958.

—. “Illuminations.” TLS, Nov. 2, 1967, p. 1045.

*—. “Interpreting Blake’s ‘The Fly.’” BNYPL, LXVII (1963), 593-615. B. Reprinted in Frye, Blake (1965).

—. “Recognizing Fathers”; see Blake Newsletter (1967).

— and Fred C. Robinson. “Tense and the Sense of Blake’s ‘The Tyger.’” PMLA, LXXXI (1966), 596-603.

§Gray, B. Kirkman. “Notes on a Blake Exhibition.” The Inquirer, Feb. 1904. Reprinted in pp. 201-205 of his A Modern Humanist: Miscellaneous Papers of B. Kirkman Gray. Ed. Henry Bryan Binns. With an Appreciation by Clementina Black. London, 1910.

Gregory, Horace. “A Reply.” New York Times Book Review, Jan. 5, 1957.

Grey, P. See S. Baldwin, “A Blake Memorial in St. Paul’s,” The [London] Times (1926).


*Hagstrum, Jean H. “Blake’s Blake.” Pp. 169-178 of Essays in History and Literature Presented by Fellows of The Newberry Library to Stanley Pargellis. Ed. Heinz Bluhm.[e] Chicago, 1963.

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*—. William Blake Poet and Painter. An Introduction to the Illuminated Verse. Chicago and London, 1964.

*—. “William Blake rejects the enlightenment.” Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth[e] Century. Ed. Theodore Besterman. Geneva, 1963. Vol. XXV [Transactions of the First[e] international congress on the enlightenment (Vol.) II], pp. 811-828. B. Reprinted[e] in Frye, Blake (1965).

*—. “William Blake’s ‘The Clod & the Pebble.’” Pp. 381-388 of Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature: Essays in honour of Alan Dugald McKillop. Ed. Carroll[e] Camden. Chicago, 1963. Rice University Semicentennial Publications.

Halliburton, David G. “Blake’s French Revolution: The Figura and Yesterday’s News.” Studies in Romanticism, V (1965), 158-168.

Halloran, William F. “William Blake’s The French Revolution: A Note on the Text and a Possible Emendation.” BNYPL, LXXII (1968), 3-18.

Ham, Herbert. “Blake and Parry.” The [London] Times, Aug. 20, 1927.

1306. Hamblen, Emily S. Interpretation of William Blake’s Job Its Ancient Wisdom and Mystic Ways. N.Y., n.d. [circa 1939]. B. N.Y., 1965

1313.* Hardie, Martin. “The Coloured Books of William Blake.” Vol. III, pp. 260-263, of The Collector. Ed. Ethel Deane. London, 1907.

1315A. Harding, D. W. “William Blake.” Pp. 67-84 of From Blake to Byron. Ed. Boris Ford.[e] Harmondsworth (England), 1957. Volume V of The Pelican Guide to English Literature. B. Reprinted as “Experience and Symbol in Blake.” Chapter II, pp. 31-52, of his Experience into Words: Essays on Poetry. London, 1963.

Hardy, Thomas. See S. Baldwin, “A Blake Memorial in St. Paul’s,” The [London] Times (1926).

Harper, George Mills. “Apocalyptic Vision and Pastoral Dream in Blake’s Four Zoas.South Atlantic Quarterly, LXIV (1965), 110-124.

—. “Blake’s Lost Letter to Hayley, 4 December 1804.” SP, LXI (1964), 573-585.

—. Assister with D. V. Erdman, A Concordance to the Writings of William Blake (1967).[e]

Harrold, William. “Blake’s ‘Tyger’ and Vaughan’s ‘Cock-Crowing.’” N&Q, CCXII [N.S. XIV][e] (1967), 20-21.

Harvey, Herbert. “Les artistes etranges: William Blake.” La Republique des Lettres, 2 S, III (1877), 65-68, 133-137.

†[Heinecken, Carl Heinrich von.] Dictionnarre des Artistes, dont nous avons des estampes, avec une notice détaillé de leurs ouvrages gravés. [4 vols.] A Leipsig, chez Jean-Gottlob-Immanuel Breitkopf. 1778[-1790]. Vol. III [1789], p. 3.

Hildick, Wallace. “William Blake.” Pp. 160-175 of his Word for Word: A Study of Authors’[e] Alterations with Exercises. London, 1965.

Hill, Charles G. “André Gide and Blake’s Marriage of Heaven and Hell.Comparative Literature Studies, III (1966), 21-32.

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Hilles, F. W. (Ed.) D. V. Erdman, “Terrible Blake in his Pride” and J. Hollenden, “Blake and the Metrical Contract,” From Sensibility to Romanticism (1965).

Hirsch, E. D., Jr. Innocence and Experience: An Introduction to Blake. New Haven & London, 1964.

Hirst, Désirée. “Die Heimlichen Schätze William Blakes Genius.” Antaios, VIII (1966) 319-342.

—. Hidden Riches. Traditional Symbolism from the Renaissance to Blake. London, 1964. B.* N.Y., 1964.

—. “On the Aesthetics of Prophetic Art.” British Journal of Aesthetics, IV (1964), 248-252.

Hobsbaum, Philip. “A Rhetorical Question Answered: Blake’s Tyger and its Critics.” Neophilologus, XLVIII (1964), 151-155.

Hollander, John. “Blake and the Metrical Contract.” Pp. 293-310 of From Sensibility to Romanticism: Essays Presented to Frederick A. Pottle. Ed. Frederick W. Hilles & Harold Bloom. N.Y., 1965.

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Hopkins, Robert H. “Postscript: Blake and Charles Lamb.” BNYPL, LXVIII (1964), 257-258.[e]

Housman, L. See S. Baldwin, “A Blake Memorial in St. Paul’s,” The [London] Times (1926).

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Hughes, G. Bernard. “Blake’s Work for Wedgwood.” Country Life, CXXVI (Sept. 3, 1959), 194-196.

Hughes, W. R. (Ed.) Jerusalem (1964).


Image, S. See S. Baldwin, “A Blake Memorial in St. Paul’s,” The [London] Times (1926).[e]

Ingamells, John. “An Image Shared by Blake and Henri Rousseau.” British Journal of Aesthetics, III (1963), 346-352.

Inge, W. R. See S. Baldwin, “A Blake Memorial in St. Paul’s,” The [London] Times (1926).[e]

*Irwin, David. “William Blake and his Circle.” Pp. 81-86 of his English Neoclassical Art: Studies in Inspiration and Taste. London, 1966.

Ives, Herbert [i.e., Herbert Jenkins]. “A ‘Boom’ in Blake And The Coming To Him Of A Posthumous Fame.” The Book Monthly (1906), 96-99.

—. “A Poet as Teacher.” Outlook, XXV (1910), 646-647.

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†Jackson, Richard C. “William Blake: An Unlooked for Discovery.” South London Observer,[e] June 22, ?29, 1912.

†—. “William Blake at the Tate Gallery. Resident in Lambeth from 1793-1800.” South London Press, Oct. 31, 1913.

—. “William Blake—England’s Michael Angelo. Some noble thoughts of our poet-painter[e] brought into the light of day for his 156th birthday (November 28, 1913).” South London Observer, Nov. 26, 1913.

†—. “William Blake, Hampstead, and John Linnell.” South London Observer, Summer 1912 (2 parts, a week apart). [This and the next two articles are reported from clippings in the Tate Gallery marked June-August 1912.]

†—. “William Blake’s Lambeth ‘Dulce Domum.’” South London Observer, Summer 1912.

†—. “William Blake’s Residence at Lambeth.” South London Observer, Summer 1912.

Jaloux, Edmond. Chapter XIX, pp. 149-160, of his Johann-Heinrich Füssli. Montreux, 1942.

1414. James, D. G. “The Gospel of Hell.” Part I, pp. 1-63, of The Romantic Comedy. Oxford, London, N.Y., Toronto, 1948. B. Oxford, 1963.

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—. See Herbert Ives.


Kaplan, Fred. “‘The Tyger’ and its Maker: Blake’s Vision of Art and the Artist.” Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, VII (1967), 617-627.

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*Keynes, Sir Geoffrey. “A Blake Engraving in Bonnycastle’s Mensuration, 1782.” Book Collector. XII (1963), 205-206.

—. “Blake’s Little Tom the Sailor.Book Collector, XVII (1968), 421-427.

—. “On Editing Blake.” English Studies Today, ed. G. I. Duthie, 3 S, (1964), 137-153.

—, and Gwendolen Raverat. Job: A Masque for Dancing Founded on Blake’s Illustrations to the Book of Job. Music by R. Vaughan Williams. Pianoforte arrangements by Vally Lasker. London, N.Y., Leipzig, Amsterdam [?1931].

—. “William Blake and John Gabriel Stedman.” TLS, May 20, 1965, p. 400.

—. Author of Statement in America (1963).

—. (Ed.) Blake (1965).

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—. (Ed.) Letters of William Blake (1956, 1968).

—. Reviser of The Poems & Prophecies of William Blake, ed. M. Plowman (1959).

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†Le Blanc, Ch., ed. Manuel de l’Amateur d’Estampes, Contenant 1º Un Dictionnaire des Graveurs de toutes les nations . . . [2 vols.] Paris, 1854-1857. Vol. I (1854), p. 354.

*Lister, Raymond. Beulah to Byzantium: A Study of Parallels in the Works of W. B. Yeats, William Blake, Samuel Palmer & Edward Calvert Being No. II of the Dolmen Press Yeats Centenary Papers. [Dublin,] 1965.

*—. William Blake: An Introduction to the Man and to his Work. With a Foreword by G. E. Bentley, Jr. London, 1968.

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MacDonald, J. R. See S. Baldwin, “A Blake Memorial in St. Paul’s,” The [London] Times (1926).

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1584A. Margoliouth, H. M. William Blake. London, N.Y., Toronto, 1951. Home University Library. B. No city (U.S.A.), 1967.

§Marken, Ronald. “ ‘Eternity in an Hour’—Blake and Time.” Discourse, IX (1966), 167-183.

[Masefield, John.] Words on the Anniversary of the Birthday of William Blake. [London,[e] 1957.]

—. See S. Baldwin, “A Blake Memorial in St. Paul’s,” The [London] Times (1926).

†Maunder, Samuel. The Biographical Treasury. A Dictionary of Universal Biography; intended as A Companion to ‘The Treasury of Knowledge.’ London, 1838. P. 96.

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