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3. A CHECKLIST OF BLAKE SCHOLARSHIP - June ’68 to May ’69

This list was compiled with the assistance of Sharon Flitterman.

A. Bibliographies

Anon, “MLA International Bibliography, 1967,” PMLA, LXXXIII, iii (June 1968), items 6854-6877; see also items 8400, 8463.

—. “English Literature: A Current Bibliography,” PQ, XLVII (July 1968), 355-358.

Erdman, David V., with the assistance of Kenneth Degus and James S. Patty. “The Romantic Movement: A Selective and Critical Bibliography for 1967.” ELN, VI (Sept. 1968), 20-23.

B. Articles and Reviews

Anon. “Blake as Humanist and Craftsman” [rev. of John Beer, Blake’s Humanism; Raymond Lister, William Blake], TLS, June 27, 1968, p. 680.

—. “Guides to a New Language” [rev. of Erdman et al., eds., A Concordance to . . Blake; S. Foster Damon, A Blake Dictionary], TLS, October 3, 1968, p. 1098.

—. “Queen Katherine’s Dream (1807),” Connoisseur, CLXIX (Oct. 1968), 134. Reproductions.

Bacon, M. E. “Blake and Gray: A Case of Literary Symbiosis,” Culture, XXIX (March 1968), 42-50. Bibliography.

Bentley, G. E., Jr. “William Blake’s Protean Text.” Pp. 44-58 of Editing Eighteenth Century Texts: Papers given at the Editorial Conference, University of Toronto, October 1967. Ed. D. I. B. Smith. Toronto, 1968.

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Bloom, H. “Visionary Cinema,” Partisan Review, XXXV (Fall 1968), 355-370.

Brivic, Sheldon R. “Structure and Meaning in Joyce’s Exiles,” James Joyce Quarterly, VI (1968), 29-52. Includes some interesting parallels and possible sources in Blake.

Connolly, Thomas E., & George R. Levine. Reply to J. G. Keogh [see below], PMLA, LXXXIV (1969), 138-139.

Enscoe, Gerald E. “The Content of Vision: Blake’s ‘Mental Traveller,’” Papers on Language & Literature, IV (1968), 400-413.

Erdman, David V. “The Binding (et cetera) of Vala,” The Library, XIX [for 1964] (1968), 112-129.

—. “Blake’s Transcript of Bisset’s ‘Lines Written on Hearing the Surrender of Copenhagen,’” BNYPL, LXXII (1968), 518-521.

Evenden, John. “Blake’s Dante Plates,” TLS, Sept. 12, 1968, p. 1023.

Grant, John E. “Blake’s Songs of Innocence and of Experience,” PQ, XLVII (Oct. 1968) 571-580.

Hirst, Désirée. Review of Blake’s Humanism by John Beer and William Blake by Raymond Lister, Blake Studies, I (1968), 98-101

Keogh, J. G. “Two Songs of Innocence,” PMLA, LXXXIV (1969), 137-138.

Keynes, Sir Geoffrey. “Blake’s Little Tom the Sailor,” Book Collector, XVII (Winter 1968), 421-427.

Kiralis, Karl. “‘London’ in the Light of Jerusalem,” Blake Studies, I (1968), 5-15.

Kostelanetz, Anne T. Ph.D. abstract, Blake Studies, I (1968), 103-104.

McGowan, James Denise. Ph.D. abstract, Blake Studies, I (1968), 104.

Parris, Leslie. “William Blake’s Mr. Thomas,” TLS, Dec. 5, 1968, p. 1390.

Parsons, C. O. “Tygers before Blake,” Studies in English Literature, VIII (Autumn 1968), 573-592.

Rose, Edward J. “‘A Most Outrageous Demon’: Blake’s Case Against Rubens,” Bucknell Review, XVII (March 1969), 35-54.

—. “Blake’s Human Insect: Symbol, Theory, and Design,” Texas Studies in Literature and Language, VI (1968), 215-232.

—. “Blake’s Milton: The Poet as Poem,” Blake Studies, I (1968), 16-38.

—. “Circumcision Symbolism in Blake’s Jerusalem,” Studies in Romanticism, VIII (1968), 16-25.

Shirey, D. L. “Romantic Art in Britain,” Arts, XLII (April 1968), 26. Illus. “Number of the beast is 666.”

Taylor, Clyde. “Iconographical Themes in William Blake,” Blake Studies, I (1968), 39-85.

Todd, Ruthven. “Blake’s Dante Plates.” London, 1968. 12 pp. Reprinted, with additions, from the October 1968 issue of Book Collecting & Library Monthly.

—. “Blake’s Dante Plates,” TLS, Aug. 29, 1968, p. 928; Sept. 26, 1968, p. 1090.

—. “Gilchrist Redivivus,” Blake Studies, I (1968), 95-97.[e]

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Tolley, Michael J. “On the Cutting Edge of Blake Scholarship,” Adelaide University Graduates’ Union Monthly Newsletter and Gazette, Dec. 1968, pp. 4-5.

—. Review of A Concordance to the Writings of William Blake, ed. David V. Erdman, Southern Review [Australia], III (1968), 188-191.

Walling, William. “The Death of God: William Blake’s Version,” Dalhousie Review, XLVIII (1968), 237-250.

Whistler, Laurence. “William Blake’s Milton,” Connoisseur, CLXVII (April 1968), 233. Illus.

Wittreich, Joseph Anthony, Jr. “Blake’s The Little Girl Lost, Stanzas 9-11,” Explicator, XXVII (1969), item 61.

—. “Dylan Thomas’ Conception of Poetry: A Debt to Blake,” ELN, VI (1969), 197-199

—. “The ‘Satanism’ of Blake and Shelley Reconsidered,” SP, LXV (1968), 816-833.

—. “William Blake and Bernard Barton,” Blake Studies, I (1968), 91-94.

C. Books

Blake: The Gates of Paradise. Blake Trust Facsimile, described in BNL #7, p. 38. The Illustrations to The Divine Comedy. Da Capo Press (New York). Described in BNL #8, p. 61.

Letters of William Blake, ed. Sir Geoffrey Keynes. 2nd ed. London: Rupert Hart-Davis. 1968

Dorfman, Deborah. Blake in the Nineteenth Century. New Haven and London: Yale University Press. 1969.

Rosenfeld, Alvin H., ed. William Blake: Essays for S. Foster Damon. Providence, R.I.: Brown University Press. 1969. Contents listed in BNL #5, p. 2.

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