[Death of Professor Vivian de Sola Pinto, Fitzwilliam Museum’s Blake collection, Recent Publications]begin page 47 |
We report with regret the death of Professor Vivian de Sola Pinto.
An annotated catalogue of the Fitzwilliam Museum’s Blake collection is being made by Mr. David Bindman, who has kindly given us an excerpt, on Blake’s life mask, for publication in this issue of the Newsletter.
Recent publications: David Piper, “Blake Ghosts” [review of the Blake-Varley Sketchbook], The Guardian, 2 October 1969, p. 9 [I III.]; Robert D. Hume, “The Development of Blake’s Psychology,” Revue des langues vivantes, XXXV (1969), 240-258; M.D. Paley, ed., Twentieth-Century Interpretations of Blake’s Song of Innocence and Experience (Prentice-Hall, 1969); Blake Studies, 1, 2(Spring 1969); John Crowe Ransom, “Blake Triumphant” [review of Blake and Tradition by Kathleen Raine], New York Review of Books, 23 October 1969, pp. 4-5; Winston Weathers, ed., A Casebook on ‘The Tyger,’ (Charles E. Merrill, 1969).