“In the Darkness of Philisthea”: The Design of
Plate 78 of Jerusalem
by Eugenie R. Freed
An Unrecorded Copy of Blake’s 1809 Chaucer
by J. B. Mertz
Diana Donald, The Age of Caricature:
Satirical Prints in the Reign of George III
Reviewed by Alexander S. Gourlay
William Blake, The Urizen Books.
Edited with introductions and notes by David Worrall
Reviewed by Alexander S. Gourlay
William Richey, Blake’s Altering
Reviewed by Jennifer Davis Michael
Nicholas M. Williams, Ideology and
Utopia in the Poetry of William Blake
Reviewed by Michael Ferber
Wayne Glausser, Locke and Blake: A
Conversation across the Eighteenth Century
Reviewed by Terence Allan Hoagwood
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Michael Ferber is Professor of English and Humanities at the University of New Hampshire. His most recent book is A Dictionary of Literary Symbols, forthcoming from Cambridge University Press.
Eugenie R. Freed retired recently from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, and is now thinking seriously about Blake’s Jerusalem and other matters.
Alexander S. Gourlay teaches English at the Rhode Island School of Design.
Terence Allan Hoagwood is Professor of English at Texas A&M University. His recent books include Politics, Philosophy, and the Production of Romantic Texts (1996), British Romantic Drama (coedited with Daniel P. Watkins, 1998), and an edition, with Cody Fife, of Emily Pfeiffer’s Sonnets and Songs (1998). Current projects include a book, Scholarship in a Society of Simulation, and an edition of the poems of A. Mary F. Robinson.
J. B. Mertz is a D. Phil. student at University College, Oxford, writing a thesis on William Blake and the Johnson circle. He lives and works in Washington, D.C.
Jennifer Davis Michael teaches English at the University of the South and has an article on Blake forthcoming in Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture.
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