Blake in the Marketplace, 1988
by Robert N. Essick
Blake’s Healing Trio: Magnetism, Medicine, and
by Marsha Keith Schuchard
|Jerome J. McGann. Social Values and Poetic Acts,[e] reviewed by Michael Fischer|
|Rodney M. Baine, The Scattered Portions: William Blake’s Biological Symbolism, reviewed by Terence Allan Hoagwood|
|New Newsletter, Last Chance, Blake Costs!, and The Cut Worm Forgives the Plow|
ROBERT ESSICK, Professor of English, University of California at Riverside, is the author of William Blake and the Language of Adam (Oxford, 1989) and William Blake’s Commercial Book Illustrations (forthcoming).
MICHAEL FISCHER, Professor of English, University of New Mexico, is the author of Stanley Cavell and Literary Skepticism (U of Chicago P, 1989).
TERENCE ALLAN HOAGWOOD, Associate Professor of English at Texas A & M University, is currently a Fellow of the Interdisciplinary Group for Historical Literary Study. His latest book is Skepticism and Ideology: Shelley’s Political Prose and Its Philosophical Context from Bacon to Marx (1988).
MARSHA KEITH SCHUCHARD draws on private archives and libraries in many countries to document multinational links of eighteenth-century Freemasonry and its influence on William Blake’s circle; she is completing her book The Men of Desire: Swedenborg, Blake, and Illuminist Freemasonry.
© 1989 Morris Eaves and Morton D. Paley
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