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The second issue of Blake Studies has been delayed at the printer’s but will appear in about a month. Its contents comprise “A ‘Triumphing Joyfulness’: Blake, Boehme, and the Tradition” by John Adlard; “William Blake As an Intellectual and Spiritual Guide to Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales” by Karl Kiralis; “William Butler Yeats As an Editor of William Blake” by Raymond Lister; short articles by John E. Grant and Gene Degruson; two poems by James Tate; and dissertation abstracts of Patrick J. Callahan and Peter Alan Taylor. (address: c/o Professors Kay Long and Roger Easson/ University of Tulsa/ Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104)
A program on Blake, As a Man Is—So He Sees, has been seen recently on British and American television. Mr. Arnold O. Brigden has kindly sent us some clippings from the British press about this joint production of the BBC and NET. The script and commentary are by Jacob Bronowski, music by Dudley Simpson. A cast of four is listed in the roles of William Blake as a boy, William Blake, Catherine Blake, and John Scofield.