Blake in the Marketplace 1852: Thomas Butts, Jr.
and Other Unknown Nineteenth-Century Blake Collectors
by Joseph Viscomi
Harvey Birenbaum, Between Blake and
Nietzsche: The Reality of Culture
Reviewed by Stephen Clark
|Romanticism on the Net, Blake’s Web Page, To Bring Them to Perfection Has Caused This Delay (E 745)|
Stephen Clark teaches at Osaka University. His previous publications include Paul Ricoeur (1990); Sordid Images: The Poetry of Masculine Desire (1994); Historicizing Blake (1994) (co-edited with David Worrall) and Selected Poems of Akenside, Macpherson and Young (1994).
Joseph Viscomi is the author of Blake and the Idea of the Book and co-editor of volumes 3 and 5 of Blake’s Illuminated Books, and co-editor of the electronic Blakc Archive now in progress at the Institute for Advanced Technologies for the Humanities, at the University of Virginia. The URL where the archive can be reached: http://jefferson.village.virginia.edu.blake/.
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Morton D. Paley, Department of English, University of California, Berkeley CA
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Nelson Hilton, Department of English, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
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