G. E. BENTLEY, JR., of the University of Toronto, writes chiefly about Blake and about illustrated books of Blake’s time.
DAVID V. ERDMAN has two books in press, a photofacsimile of The Four Zoas with commentary (in collaboration with Cettina Tramontano Magno) and a study of John Oswald and the British in Paris 1790-1793.
NELSON HILTON teaches English at the University of Georgia and is the Review Editor for Blake.
TIM HOYER, graduate student in the Department of English, University of California at Berkeley, is working on a dissertation on Blake. He also heads the automated cataloging unit of the Bancroft Library.
WALLACE JACKSON is Professor of English at Duke University. His most recent book is Alexander Pope: Vision and Re-Vision (Wayne State University Press, 1983). He is presently at work on an inquiry into the historical bases of Pope’s literary reputation and an intertextual study of Thomas Gray’s poetry.
EDWARD LARRISSY, Lecturer in English, University of Warwick, is author of William Blake in the Rereading Literature series. His poems have appeared in various periodicals, and he is currently writing a book on contemporary British and American poetry.begin page 35 |
RAYMOND LISTER, an Emeritus Fellow of Wolfson College, Cambridge, and a Syndic of the Fitzwilliam Museum, has just completed a catalogue raisonné of the works of Samuel Palmer to be published in 1987 by Cambridge University Press.
MORTON D. PALEY’s most recent book is The Apocalyptic Sublime (Yale University Press, 1986), a study of works on apocalyptic subjects by British artists from John Hamilton Mortimer to Lord Leighton.
DAVID PUNTER is Senior Lecturer in English at the University of East Anglia. His books include The Literature of Terror (1980), Blake, Hegel and Dialectic (1982), and The Hidden Script: Writing and the Unconscious (1985). A book on romanticism and the unconscious is forthcoming from Harvester Press later in 1986.
DAVID SCRASE, Keeper of Paintings, Drawings, and Prints at the Fitzwilliam Museum, is responsible for the cataloging and exhibitions of the holdings in that museum, which is, as is well known, particularly rich in Blake’s works.
DAVID SIMPSON is Professor of English at the University of Colorado, Boulder. His most recent book is The Politics of American English, 1776-1850 (Oxford University Press, 1986).
DENA BAIN TAYLOR completed her Ph.D. at the University of Toronto, writing on the Kabbalistic elements in Blake’s poetry and designs. She lectures parttime at Erindale College, University of Toronto.
Editors: Morris Eaves, University of Rochester, and Morton D. Paley, University of California, Berkeley.
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Review Editor: Nelson Hilton, University of Georgia, Athens.
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