Blake and Feminism: Romanticism and the Question
of the Other
By Claire Colebrook
William Bryan, Another Anti-Swedenborgian Visionary
Engraver of 1789
By David Worrall
A Blake Drawing Rediscovered and Redated
by Martin Butlin
by Hans-Ulrich Möhring[e]
Morton D. Paley, Apocalypse and
Millennium in English Romantic Poetry
Reviewed by Carl Woodring
Jackie DiSalvo, G.A. Rosso, and Christopher Z.
Hobson, editors, Blake, Politics, and History
Reviewed by Nicholas M. Williams
François Piquet, Blake and the
Reviewed by Anne Birien
|Conference at Essex, Exhibition at the Tate, Symposium at York|
G. E. Bentley, Jr., University of Toronto, retired
Martin Butlin, London
Detlef W. Dörrbecker, University of Trier
Robert N. Essick, University of California, Riverside
Angela Esterhammer, University of Western Ontario
Nelson Hilton, University of Georgia
Anne K. Mellor, University of California, Los Angeles
Joseph Viscomi, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
David Worrall, St. Mary’s College
Anne Birien is a graduate student in English at the University of Rochester. Her research focuses on poetics, narratology, feminine and metaphorical language, and twentieth-century American literature.
Martin Butlin was formerly Keeper of the Historic British Collection at the Tate Gallery, where he was in charge of the notable groups of works by Blake and Turner. He is now a consultant at Christie’s.
Claire Colebrook (Centre for Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies at Monash University) is the author of New Literary Histories (1997) and Ethics and Representation (1999) and co-editor of Deleuze and Feminist Theory (1999).
Hans-Ulrich Möhring is a German translator of Blake.
Nicholas M. Williams, associate professor of English at Indiana University, Bloomington, is author of Ideology and Utopia in the Poetry of William Blake (Cambridge UP, 1998) and “Eating Blake or, An Essay on Taste” in Cultural Critique.
Carl Woodring, George Edward Woodberry Professor of Literature Emeritus, Columbia University, besides several books on romantic and Victorian subjects, is the author of Literature: An Embattled Profession (1999) and editor of The Columbia History of British Poetry (1994).
David Worrall (St. Mary’s College, Strawberry Hill) edited The Urizen Books (1995) in the Blake Trust series and is co-editor of Historicizing Blake (1994) and Blake in the Nineties (1999).
EDITORS: Morris Eaves and Morton D. Paley
BIBLIOGRAPHER: G. E. Bentley, Jr.
REVIEW EDITOR: Nelson Hilton
ASSOCIATE EDITOR FOR GREAT BRITAIN: David Worrall
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Nelson Hilton, Department of English, University of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602
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Cover (and illus. 1 for Butlin, “A Blake Drawing,” 22, below): The Last Trumpet, c. 1785. Pen, black ink and grey wash, 8 1/16 × 8 3/8 in. (20.4 × 21.2 cm). Butlin #617 recto. Photo courtesy of Sotheby’s, London.
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