|More Works in Progress by Michael J. Tolley[e]|
|A facsimile edition of All Religions are One[e]|
|Notes||Jerusalem 12: 25-29 - Some Questions Answered[e] by Michael J. Tolley|
|William Blake and Mrs. Grundy: Suppression of Visions of the Daughters of Albion by Charles L. Cherry|
|Minute Particulars||Toward a More Accurate Description of the Tiriel Manuscript by Francis Wood Metcalf|
|Blake and “Cowper’s Tame Hares” by Thomas L. Minnick|
|Discussion||The Arlington Court Picture, Part II, by John E. Grant|
|Blake and Tradition: “The Little Girl Lost” and “The Little Girl Found” by Irene H. Chayes|
|Review||Rosamond D. Harley, Artists’ Pigments c. 1600-1835, A Study in English Documentary Sources by Ruthven Todd|
|Works in Progress|
BLAKE NEWSLETTER, c/o M. D. Paley, Department of English, University of California, Berkeley, Calif. 94720. Subscription price: three dollars for one year; invoiced subscriptions four dollars; overseas by air, four dollars. Checks or money orders must be payable to Blake Newsletter. The Blake Newsletter is not a publication of the University of California.
Copyright © 1970 by Morton D. Paley
|EDITOR||ASSOCIATE EDITORS||EDITORIAL ASSISTANT|
|Morton D. Paley||Donald D. Ault||Patricia Pelfrey|
The Blake Newsletter was able to continue for the past academic year only because of the assistance of Andrew Griffin and Donald Ault, who gave very generously of their time and energy during a trying period. Although the future of BNL is still far from certain, we owe thanks to Messrs. Griffin and Ault for its survival into a fourth year. Beginning with this issue, Dr. Michael Phillips of the University of Edinburgh joins us as an associate editor.[e]begin page 2 |
Some mail sent to Morton Paley in London seems to have been lost in forwarding this past June. If you wrote at that time and received no answer, please write again (to Berkeley).
With this issue, we raise our subscription rates by one dollar per year. The Blake Newsletter is probably the only thing in America that has not increased in price since 1967; we are sure that our readers will understand the necessity.
The Autumn Newsletter will include a checklist of publications on Blake for the academic year 1969-1970. Offprints of articles and news of out-of-the-way items would be very much appreciated.