|Cettina Tramontano Magno and David V. Erdman. The Four Zoas by William Blake: A Photographic Facsimile of the Manuscript with Commentary on the Illuminations,[e] reviewed by Andrew Lincoln|
|Tadeusz Sławek. The Outlined Shadow: Phenomenology, Grammatology, Blake, reviewed by Nelson Hilton|
|Lucy Newlyn. Coleridge, Wordsworth, and the Language of Allusion, reviewed by John Hodgson|
|Morris Eaves and Michael Fischer, eds. Romanticism and Contemporary Criticism and Arden Reed, ed. Romanticism and Language, reviewed by John Grant|
|Francis Curtis and Richard Dean. Blake: A Software Package, reviewed by David Worrall|
“Malden” in Blake’s
David W. Lindsay and M. A. L. Locherbie-Cameron
Is There a Poem in This Manuscript?
|LOCK / LUCK by Warren Stevenson|
|Romanticism and Imagination in Australia, Carolinas Symposium on British Studies|
JOHN E. GRANT, Professor of English at the University of Iowa, is co-editor of the Norton Critical Edition of Blake’s Poetry and Designs.
NELSON HILTON, Review Editor of Blake, is still pleased to be in such company.
JOHN A. HODGSON’SColeridge, Shelley, and Transcendental Inquiry (U Nebraska P) is forthcoming in early 1989.
ANDREW LINCOLN teaches English at Westfield College, University of London. He is currently preparing a commentary on The Four Zoas.
Cover photo is taken from the Magno/Erdman Four Zoas facsimile.
©1988 Morris Eaves and Morton D. Paley
DAVID W. LINDSAY, Senior Lecturer in English at the University College of North Wales, has published articles on An Island in the Moon, Europe, The Song of Los, The Book of Ahania, The Four Zoas, and Blake’s large color prints.
M. A. L. LOCHERBIE-CAMBERON is a Lecturer in English at the University College of North Wales. Her principal interests are in Old English literature and Anglo-Saxon art. Her publications include articles on the historical background to The Battle of Maldon.
PAUL MANN teaches English at Pomona College in Claremont, California.
PETER OTTO teaches English at the University of Melbourne. His book on Milton and Jerusalem, entitled Constructive Vision and Visionary Deconstruction, is forthcoming from Oxford University Press.
WARREN STEVENSON, Associate Professor of English at the University of British Columbia, teaches and writes about Blake, Coleridge, and the other Romantics.
DAVID WORRALL teaches at St. Mary’s College, Twickenham, England, and is currently writing about Blake and Anthony Blunt, the art historian and spy.
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.
Associate Editor for Great Britain: David Worrall, St. Mary’s College.
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