A Bibliography for the Study of
VALA/The Four Zoas
By Justin Van Kleeck
Jennifer Davis Michael, Blake and the
Reviewed by Michael Ferber
Jeremy Tambling, Blake’s Night
Reviewed by Wayne C. Ripley
Jason Allen Snart, The Torn Book:
UnReading William Blake’s Marginalia
Reviewed by Jennifer Davis Michael
[Robert C. Brandeis,] William Blake
and His Contemporaries: An Exhibition Selected from the Bentley Collection at Victoria University,
Victoria University Library, Toronto
Reviewed by C. S. Matheson
Magnus Ankarsjö, William Blake and
Reviewed by G. A. Rosso
The Last Judgment by “B.
By Morton D. Paley
To “Blake’s ‘Annus Mirabilis’: The
Productions of 1795,” Blake 41.2 (fall 2007)
By Joseph Viscomi
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 Zürich
Nelson Hilton, University of Georgia
Anne K. Mellor, University of California, Los Angeles
Joseph Viscomi, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
David Worrall, The Nottingham Trent University
Michael Ferber is professor of English and Humanities at the University of New Hampshire. He has recently edited (and partly translated) the anthology European Romantic Poetry (New York: Pearson Longman, 2005) and completed the second edition of A Dictionary of Literary Symbols (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2007). He may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
C. S. Matheson teaches romantic literature and visual culture at the University of Windsor, Ontario. Her current projects on romantic spectatorship include a book on the invention of public art exhibition in the period (which does feature Blake) and a collaborative investigation, with Alex McKay, of the Claude mirror and constructions of landscape called “The Transient Glance” <http://www.claudemirror.com>.
Jennifer Davis Michael (email@example.com), professor of English at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee, is the author of Blake and the City (Bucknell UP, 2006).
Morton D. Paley recently completed Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the Fine Arts, which will be published by Oxford in 2008.
Wayne C. Ripley is an assistant professor at Winona State University. He is working on a project involving Blake, Young, and the tradition of devotional radicalism in the long eighteenth century.
G. A. Rosso (firstname.lastname@example.org) has authored and co-edited a number of books and essays on Blake’s epic prophecies and their relation to the Bible, Milton, and British social history. He teaches English at Connecticut State University in New Haven.
Justin Van Kleeck (email@example.com) is an adjunct assistant professor of English at Piedmont Virginia Community College in Charlottesville, Virginia.
EDITORS: Morris Eaves and Morton D. Paley
BIBLIOGRAPHER: G. E. Bentley, Jr.
REVIEW EDITOR: Alexander S. Gourlay
ASSOCIATE EDITOR FOR GREAT BRITAIN: David Worrall
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Morris Eaves, Department of English, University of Rochester, Rochester NY 14627-0451
Morton D. Paley, Department of English, University of California, Berkeley CA 94720-1030
G. E. Bentley, Jr., 246 MacPherson Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M4V 1A2 Canada
Alexander S. Gourlay, Department of English, Rhode Island School of Design, 2 College Street,
Providence RI 02903-2717
David Worrall, Faculty of Humanities, The Nottingham Trent University, Clifton Lane, Nottingham
NG11 8NS UK
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