[Correction to Pagination]
Readers may have noticed that the summer issue (volume 24, #1) was a bibliographer’s nightmare; that is, instead of starting the pagination at zero with the new volume number, we continued it from the last issue of volume 23. In fact, we blundered. Essick’s “Blake in the Marketplace” should have started on page 4, “Blake’s Tiger” by Pedley on page 22, “A Caricature Source” by Wood on page 31, and so on. See below for correct pagination.
|4||Blake in the Marketplace, 1989, Including a Report on the Recently Discovered Blake-Varley Sketchbook, by Robert N. Essick|
|22||Blake’s Tiger and the Discourse of Natural History
by Colin Pedley
|31||A Caricature Source for One of Blake’s Illustrations to
|33||Blake and Wedgwood
G. E. Bentley, Jr.
|35||Blake, The Grave, and Edinburgh Literary Society
|37||John Gabriel Stedman, Narrative of a Five Years Expedition against the Revolted Negroes of Surinam, reviewed by G. E. Bentley, Jr.|
|44||The Franklin Library Reproduction of Songs U, reviewed by Alexander S. Gourlay and John E. Grant|
|46||Peter Marshall, William Blake: Visionary Anarchist, reviewed by Michael Ferber|