Sir Geoffrey Keynes
A dinner was held on Saturday, 14 July 1973, at Peterhouse, Cambridge, to mark the contribution to Blake studies of Sir Geoffrey Keynes and the publication of William Blake, Essays in Honour of Sir Geoffrey Keynes, by the Clarendon Press, Oxford, edited by Michael Phillips and Morton D. Paley. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Keynes and their son Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. George Goyder, Mr. and Mrs. David Piper, Dr. and Mrs. A. L. N. Munby, Dr. and Mrs. John Beer, Professor and Mrs. David V. Erdman, Professor and Mrs. G. E. Bentley, Jr., Professor Janet Warner, Professor Robert Essick, Mr. and Mrs. Suzanne Hoover, Professor Irene Tayler, Mr. and Mrs. John Nicoll, Dr. and Mrs. Michael Phillips, and Professor Morton D. Paley.
William Blake, Essays in Honour of Sir Geoffrey Keynes, is to be published 23 August and includes essays by Michael Phillips, David Bindman, Robert N. Essick, F. R. Leavis, Josephine Miles, Michael J. Tolley, Jean H. Hagstrum, G. Wilson Knight, David V. Erdman, Janet Warner, Morris Eaves, John Beer, Morton D. Paley, Martin Butlin, Raymond Lister, and Suzanne R. Hoover, together with a checklist of Sir Geoffrey Keynes’s writings on Blake by G. E. Bentley, Jr. The volume is 390 pages and includes 82 plates.