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A Checklist of Recent Blake Scholarship

Bibliographies and Bibliographical Essays

Curran, Stuart. “Recent Studies in the Nineteenth Century.” Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, 14 (1974), 637-638.

Erdman, David V., comp., with the assistance of Robert R. Mollenauer and James S. Patty. “The Romantic Movement: A Selective and Critical Bibliography for 1974.” English Language Notes, 13 (1975), supplement to no. 1.

Essick, Robert N. “Corrections of the BMPR Handlist.” Blake Newsletter, 8 (Winter 1974-75), 90-91. [Corrects and adds to Bentley’s Handlist, Blake Newsletter, 5 (Spring 1972), whole no. 20.]

Frost, Everett, comp. “A Checklist of Blake Slides.” Blake Newsletter, 9 (Summer 1975), 4-28.

Lehrer, Ruth Fine. “A Checklist of Blake Material in The Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection, Alverthorpe Gallery, Jenkintown, Pennsylvania.” Blake Newsletter, 9 (Winter 1975-76), 58-85.

Oliver, Barbara and K. E. Robinson, “The Eighteenth Century” in James Redmond, ed., The Year’s Work in English Studies, 54 (1973), 276-300.

Taylor, Ron. “A Checklist of Recent Blake Scholarship.” Blake Newsletter, 8 (Spring 1975), 146-158.

Editions, Facsimiles, Reproductions

Blake, William. America. Bushey Heath, Herts.: Taurus Press of Willow Dene, 1975. £50. [Illus. with modern woodcuts; edition limited to 100 copies.]

Blake, William. America, A Prophecy. Albuquerque, N.M.: Blake Newsletter, 1975. $2.50. [Black and white reproduction of copy E, 2 plates from a*, and the 4 cancelled plates, all from the Rosenwald Collection; designed for classroom use.]

Blake, William. William Blake: Selected Engravings. London: Academy Editions, 1975. $16.95 hardbound; $9.95 paper.

Erdman, David V. The Illuminated Blake: All of William Blake’s Illuminated Works with a Plate-by-Plate Commentary. 1974; slightly revised in the second printing, 1975 (New York: Doubleday) and in the Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1975 printing. $7.95.

Essick, Robert and Jenijoy La Belle, eds. Night Thoughts or The Complaint and The Consolation. Illustrations by William Blake. Text by Edward Young. New York: Dover, 1975. $4.00. [Reprints the 1797 edition at 65% of original size. 43 engravings by Blake.]

Keynes, Geoffrey, ed. Auguries of Innocence. Burford, begin page 60 | back to top Oxfordshire: The Cygnet Press, 1975. £2.80. [Edition limited to 375 copies.]

Keynes, Geoffrey, ed. Jerusalem: The Emanation of the Giant Albion. [Chapter 1.] London: Bernard Quaritch for The William Blake Trust, 1974. £130.00. [Reproduces copy B, the Cunliffe copy, and, as an appendix, the four cropped pages from the Preston collection.]

Keynes, Geoffrey, ed. The Marriage of Heaven and Hell. London and New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1975. Cloth edition, $16.95; paper, $7.95. [A reproduction in original size of one of the Fitzwilliam copies; the title page and enlargements of interlinear decorations are from copy E.]

Keynes, Geoffrey, ed. The Song of Los. London: Bernard Quaritch for The William Blake Trust, 1975. £95.

Critical Studies

Adams, Hazard. “Blake, Jerusalem, and Symbolic Form.” Blake Studies, 7 (1975), 143-166.

Allentuck, Marcia. “Henry Fuseli and J. G. Herder’s Ideen Zur Philosophie Der Geschichte Der Menschheit in Britain: An Unrecorded Connection.” Journal of the History of Ideas, 35(1974), 113-120.

Allentuck, Marcia. “Henry Fuseli on Engravings of His Milton Paintings: An Unpublished Letter.” Burlington Magazine, 116 (1974), 214.

Ault, Donald. “Report: 1974 MLA Blake Seminar.” Blake Newsletter, 8 (Spring 1975), 105-106.

Baine, Mary R. and Rodney M. Baine. “Blake’s Other Tigers and ‘The Tyger’.” Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, 15 (Autumn 1975), 563-578.

Bentley, Gerald E., Jr. “The Accuracy of the Blake Reproductions.” Blake Newsletter, 8 (Winter 1974-75), 88-89.

Bentley, Gerald E., Jr., ed. William Blake: The Critical Heritage. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1975. $24.00.

Bloom, Harold. Poetry and Repression: Revisionism from Blake to Stevens. New Haven and London: Yale Univ. Press, 1976. [Chapter 2, “Blake and Revisionism,” is pp. 28-51.]

Brown, Robert E. See Grant, John E. and Robert E. Brown.

Butlin, Martin. “The Catalogue of Blake’s Designs Completed & A Last-Minute Inclusion.” Blake Newsletter, 9 (Fall 1975), 48-49.

Butlin, Martin. “A New Portrait of William Blake.” Blake Studies, 7 (1975), 101-103.

Chard, Leslie F., II. “Two ‘New’ Blake Engravings: Blake, James Earle, and the Surgeon’s Art.” Blake Studies, 6 (1975), 153-165. [6 illus.]

Clarke, John H. From Copernicus to William Blake. 1928; rpt. Folcroft, Pa.: Folcroft Library Editions, 1974.

Connolly, Thomas E. “The Real ‘Holy Thursday’ of William Blake.” Blake Studies, 6 (1975), 179-187.

Curtis, Francis B. “Blake and the Booksellers.” Blake Studies, 6 (1975), 167-178.

Duerksen, Roland A. “Bromion’s Usurped Power—Its Source, Essence, and Effect: A Replication.” Blake Newsletter, 8 (Winter 1974-75), 95-96.

Eaves, Morris. “Reproducing The Characters of Spenser’s Faerie Queene.” Blake Newsletter, 8 (Winter 1974-75), 86-87.

Ebanks, Milena D. Laocoon in Art and Literature: Its Contribution to Eighteenth-Century Aesthetics. Diss. New York Univ., 1975. Dissertation Abstracts International, 36, no. 6 (December 1975), 3648-A.

Efron, Arthur. See Wooster, Margaret and Arthur Efron.

Erdman, David V. “Errors in the 1973 Third Edition of The Notebook of William Blake & in the First Printing of The Illuminated Blake.” Blake Newsletter, 9 (1975), 39-40.

Evans, James C. “Blake, Locke, & The Concept of Generation.” Blake Newsletter, 9 (Fall 1975), 47-48.

Fairchild, B. H., Jr. “Melos and Meaning in Blake’s Lyric Art.” Blake Studies, 7 (1975), 125-141.

Fawcus, Arnold. “William Blake, républicain et antiimpérialiste.” Nouvelles de 1 ’Estampe, no. 9 (1973), 11-13. [4 illus.]

Ferber, Michael. “A Possible Source for ‘Thel’s Motto’.” Blake Newsletter, 9 (Fall 1975), 43-44.

Fiske, Irving. Bernard Shaw’s Debt to William Blake. 1951; rpt. Folcroft, Pa.: Folcroft Library Editions, 1974.

Flemming, H. T. “Johann Heinrich Fussli Retrospektive.” Weltkunst, 45 (1975), 14-15.

Folsom, L. Edwin. “Nobodaddy: Through the Bottomless Pit, Darkly.” Blake Newsletter, 9 (Fall 1975), 45-46.

Fox, Susan. Poetic Form in Blake’s Milton. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton Univ. Press, 1976. [Forthcoming.]

Frye, Northrop. “Expanding Eyes.” Critical Inquiry, 2 (1975), 199-216. [Includes occasional remarks on Blake.]

Gillow, N. J. “Some Flaxman Drawings at York.” Preview, 26 (1973), 915-919.

Gleckner, Robert F. “Most Holy Forms of Thought: Some Observations on Blake and Language.” ELH, 41 (1974), 555-577.

Grant, John E. “The Fate of Blake’s Sun-Flower: A Forecast and Some Conclusions.” Blake Studies, 5 (1974), 7-49. [Illus.]

Grant, John E. and Robert E. Brown. “Blake’s Vision of Spenser’s Faerie Queene: A Report and an Anatomy.” Blake Newsletter, 8 (Winter 1974-75), 56-85. [Includes a 4-color reproduction of Blake’s tempera painting, The Characters of Spenser’s Faerie Queene, with many monochrome details throughout.]

Green, Richard G. “Blake and Dante on Paradise.” Comparative Literature, 26 (1974), 51-61.

Harper, George Mills. “The Odyssey of the Soul in Blake’s Jerusalem.” Blake Studies, 5 (1974), 65-80.

Hassler, Donald M. Erasmus Darwin. (Twayne’s English Author Series, 160.) New York: Twayne, 1973. [Avoids Blake.]

Herrstrom, David S. Mythopoeia and Blake’s Major Prophecies. Diss. New York Univ., 1975. Dissertation Abstracts International, 36, no. 6 (December 1975), 3652-A.

Heygate, William E. William Blake. New York: Garland Publishing Co., 1975.

Hinkel, Howard H. “From Pivotal Idea to Poetic Ideal: Blake’s Theory of Contraries and ‘The Little Black Boy’.” Papers on Language & Literature, 11 (Winter 1975), 39-45.

Hirst, Désirée. “Once More Continuing ‘The Tyger’.” Blake Studies, 7 (1975), 177-179.

Jackson, Mary V. “Additional Lines in VDA.” Blake Newsletter, 8 (Winter 1974-75), 91-93.

Jenkins, Herbert George. William Blake: Studies of His Life and Personality. 1925; rpt. Folcroft, Pa.: Folcroft Library Editions, 1974.

Johnson, Mary Lynn. “Emblem and Symbol in Blake.” Huntington Library Quarterly, 37 (1974), 151-170. [Illus.]

Kalman, H. “Un Fuseli à Vancouver.” Vie Arts, 71 (1973), 38-41. [Notes Le rève de Belinda, 1781-82, in the Vancouver Art Gallery.]

Kaplan, Justin. “‘The emphasis is on the individual, the handful of shepherds, the pair of lovers’: A Conversation with Northrop Frye.” Harvard Magazine, 77 (July-August 1975), 52-56. [Reproduces one of Blake’s engraved designs (p. 30) to Night Thoughts on p. 55.]

Kaplan, Nancy A. William Blake’s The Four Zoas: The Rhetoric of Vision. Diss. Cornell Univ., 1975. Dissertation Abstracts International, 36, no. 5 (November 1975), 2846-A.

Keynes, Geoffrey. “Blake in the Provinces.” Blake Newsletter, 9 (Fall 1975), 41-42.

Lefcowitz, Barbara. “Blake and the Natural World.” PMLA, 89 (1974), 121-131.

Lister, Raymond. Infernal Methods: A Study of William Blake’s Art Techniques. London: Bell, 1975.

Lowry, Mark D. Relationship of Design, Color, and Text in the Stirling-Keir Copy of William Blake’s Jerusalem. Diss. Univ. of Texas at Austin, 1975. Dissertation Abstracts International, 36, no. 5 (November 1975), 2850-A.

Mandle, R. “A Preparatory Drawing for Henry Fuseli’s Painting ‘The Shepherd’s Dream’.” Master Drawings, 11 (1973), 272-276. [Illus.]

Marks, Mollyanne. “Structure and Irony in Blake’s ‘The Book of Urizen’.” Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, 15 (Autumn 1975), 578-590.

Metcalf, Francis W. “Tiriel: Two Corrected First Readings.” Blake Newsletter, 9 (Fall 1975), 40-41.

Mitchell, W. J. Thomas. “Blake’s Visions of the Last Judgment: Some Problems in Interpretation.” Blake Newsletter, extra number, 1975. [Published for the MLA Blake Seminar, 28 December 1975; 6 illustrations, including “all of Blake’s pictures of the Last Judgment that are accessible in public collections.”]

Morton, Arthur L. The Everlasting Gospel: A Study in the Sources of William Blake. 1958; rpt. Folcroft, Pa.: Folcroft Library Editions, 1974.

Murray, E. B. “‘Bound Back to Back in Bromion’s Cave’.” Blake Newsletter, B (Winter 1974-75), 94.

Near, P. L. “William Blake’s Illustrations of the Book of begin page 61 | back to top Job.” Arts in Virginia, 15 (1974-75), 1-24. [Some recent Virginia museums.]

Nelms, Ben F. “Exemplars of Memory and of Intellect: Jerusalem, Plates 96-100.” Blake Studies, 5 (1974), 81-90. [Illus.]

Nelson, J. Walter. “Blake’s Diction—An Emendatory Note.” Blake Studies, 7 (1975), 167-175.

Ober, Warren U. “‘Poor Robin’ & Blake’s ‘The Blossom’.” Blake Newsletter, 9 (Fall 1975), 42-43.

Paley, Morton and Morris Eaves, eds. Blake Newsletter, nos. 1-13, 1967-1970: rpt. Part I, nos. 1-8 (1967-1969), $5.00; Part II, nos. 9-13 (1969-1970), $5.00. Albuquerque: Blake Newsletter, 1975.

Peterfreund, Stuart S. A Program Toward Prophecy: Eighteenth-Century Influences on the Poetry of William Blake. Diss. Univ. of Washington, 1974. Dissertation Abstracts International, 36, no. 6 (December 1975), 3700-A.

Peterson, Jane E. Metric and Syntactic Experimentation in Blake’s Prophecies of 1788-1795. Diss. Univ. of Arkansas, 1975. Dissertation Abstracts International, 36, no. 6 (December 1975), 3661-A.

Phillips, Michael. “The Reputation of Blake’s Poetical Sketches 1783-1863.” The Review of English Studies, 36 (1975), 19-33.

Powell, N. “Fuseli at Hamburg, the Tate and Paris.” Burlington Magazine, 117 (1975), 123-124. [Reviews a traveling Fuseli exhibition.]

Powell, N. “Recent Fussli Studies.” Burlington Magazine, 116 (1974), 334-336.

Powys, John Cowper. William Blake. 1916; rpt. London: Village Press, 1974. [Reprints Bentley and Nurmi item 1778.]

Reiman, Donald H. “A Significant New Blakean Fragment.” Blake Newsletter, 9 (Fall 1975), 44-45. [Identifies a possible source for Blake’s influence on C. L. Dodgson.]

Reisner, Thomas A. “Blake’s To Tirzah.” Explicator, 33 (1974), 3.

Rollins, Mark E. The Necessity of Art: A Study of William Blake. Diss. Univ. of Massachusetts, 1974. Dissertation Abstracts International, 35, no. 9 (March 1975), 6156-A.

Rosenblum, Robert. “German Romantic Painting in International Perspective.” Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin, 33 (1971-72), 23-36. [Examines the works of Carstens, Runge[e] and Friedrich in relationship to English painting, especially Blake.]

Salter, Thomas N. Toward a Symbology of Form in the Illuminations of Blake’s Songs of Innocence and of Experience. Diss. Univ. of Massachusetts, 1975. Dissertation Abstracts International, 36, no. 6 (December 1975), 3737-A.

Sanzo, Eileen. “Blake’s Beulah & Beulah Hill, Surrey.” Blake Newsletter, 9 (Fall 1975), 46.

Schiff, Gert. Johann Heinrich Fussli 1741-1825. I: Text und Oeuvre Katalog, II: Tafelband. Zurich: Verlag Berichthaus, and München: Prestil-Verlag, 1973.

Schlieper, Reinhold. William Blake, Philosopher: An Analysis of the Metaphysical System Underlying His Poetry. Diss. Ball State Univ., 1974. Dissertation Abstracts International, 35, no. 9 (March 1975), 6158-A.

Schuchard, Marsha K. Freemasonry, Secret Societies, and the Continuity of the Occult Traditions in English Literature. Diss. Univ. of Texas at Austin, 1975. Dissertation Abstracts International, 36, no. 5 (November 1975), 2792-A. [Includes discussion of Blake, John Varley, Lavater, Rossetti, Yeats.]

Stahl, Harvey. William Blake: The Apocalyptic Vision. Preface and Catalogue by Harvey Stahl; Introduction by Bruce D. Barone. Purchase, N.Y.: Manhattanville College, 1974. [28 illus.]

Starobinski, Jean. 1789: Les emblèmes de la raison. Paris: Flammarion, 1974. [Discusses Blake, Goya, David, Fuseli, et al.]

Starobinski, Jean. Trois Fureurs.[e] Paris: Gallimard, 1974. [One of the essays discusses Fuseli’s The Nightmare.]

Symmons, S. “French Copies after Flaxman’s Outlines.” Burlington Magazine, 115 (1973), 591-599. [Examines the influence of Flaxman’s Homer and Aeschylus illustrations.]

Symmons, S. “Géricault, Flaxman and ‘Ugolino’.” Burlington Magazine, 115 (1973), 669-672.

Todd, Ruthven. “The Identity of ‘Hereford’ in Jerusalem with Observations on Welsh Matters.” Blake Studies, 6 (1975), 139-151. [4 illus.]

Tully, Velma A. Innocence and Experience as Structural Comic Values in Selected Plays of the Restoration and Eighteenth Century. Diss. Univ. of Arkansas, 1975. Dissertation Abstracts International, 36, no. 6 (December 1975), 3666-A.

Tvson, G. P. “An Early Allusion to Blake.” Blake Newsletter, 9 (Fall 1975), 43.

Viscoli, Lois K. The Promethean Archetype. Diss. Univ. of New Mexico, 1974. Dissertation Abstracts International,[e] 39, no. 9 (March 1975), 6114-A. [Culminates in a study of Blake and Shelley.]

Volpi-Orlandini, M. “La Figura Ammantata.” Qui, 13 (1974), 8-14. [Work by Blake is among the 12 illus.]

Wardle, Judith. “The Influence of Wynne’s Emblems on Blake.” Blake Newsletter, 9 (Fall 1975), 46-47.

Wehrli, R. “Johann Heinrich Fussli.” Arti, 23 (1973), 18-23. [11 illus.]

Wilkie, Brian. “Blake’s Innocence and Experience: An Approach.” Blake Studies, 6 (1975), 119-137.

Wilkinson, Andrew M. William Blake and the Great Sin. Exeter: Univ. of Exeter Press, 1974. £0.30.

Winter, David B. “Girtin’s Sketching Club.” Huntington Library Quarterly, 37 (1974), 123-149. [An essay on the interrelationships between some major and minor Romantic painters, emphasizing paintings inspired by poetry.]

Wittreich, Joseph Anthony, Jr. Angel of Apocalypse: Blake’s Idea of Milton. Madison: Univ. of Wisconsin Press, 1975. $15.00.

Wooster, Margaret, and Arthur Efron. “On Blake’s ‘Streams of Gore’: An Exchange.” Paunch, nos. 40-41 (April 1975), 152-165.

Wooster, Margaret, and Arthur Efron. “Another Round on Blake’s ‘Streams of Gore’.” Paunch, nos. 42-43 (December 1975), 141-148.

Wyatt, David M. “The Woman Jerusalem: Pictura versus Poesis.” Blake Studies, 7 (1975), 105-124.

Yasuda, Masayoshi.[e] William Blake Kenkyu. Tokyo: Sogensha, 1973.


Adlard, John. The Sports of Cruelty. Reviewed by Mary Lynn Johnson, Blake Studies, 7 (1975), 186-188.

Antal, Frederick. Füssli-Studien. Reviewed in Bildende Kunst, 22 (1974), 203-204.

Ault, Donald D. Visionary Physics: Blake’s Response to Newton. Reviewed by David V. Erdman, Blake Newsletter, 8 (Spring 1975), 128-130.

Bentley, Gerald E., Jr. Blake Records. Reviewed by Freda E. Holtgen, Anglia, 93 (1975), 268-270.

Blondel, Jacques. William Blake, émerveillement et profanation. Reviewed by Simone Pignard, Blake Newsletter, 8 (Spring 1975), 120.

Bloom, Harold. The Anxiety of Influence. Reviewed by Alvin H. Rosenfeld, Southern Review, 11 (1975), 444-451.

Brisman, Leslie. Milton’s Poetry of Choice and Its Romantic Heirs. Reviewed by Florence Sandler, Blake Newsletter, 8 (Spring 1975), 127-128.

Clark, Kenneth. Blake and Visionary Art. Reviewed by Jean H. Hagstrum, Blake Newsletter, 8 (Spring 1975), 143-144.

Clark, Kenneth. The Romantic Rebellion: Romantic versus Classic Art. Reviewed by Jean H. Hagstrum, Blake Newsletter, 8 (Spring 1975), 143-144.

Curran, Stuart and Joseph A. Wittreich, Jr., eds. Blake’s Sublime Allegory. Reviewed by W. H. Stevenson, Blake Studies, 6 (1974), 188-192.

Donoghue, Denis. Thieves of Fire. Reviewed by Howard Nemerov, Sewanee Review, 83 (1975), 161.

Downey, James and Ben Jones, eds. Fearful Joy: Papers from The Thomas Gray Bicentenary Conference at Carleton University. Reviewed by Joseph A. Wittreich, Jr., Blake Newsletter, 8 (Spring 1975), 141-142.

Erdman, David V. The Illuminated Blake. Reviewed by Gerald E. Bentley, Jr., University of Toronto Quarterly, 44 (1975), 251-258; Lawrence Lipking, Princeton Alumni Weekly, 19 Nov 74; Edward J. Rose, Blake Newsletter, 9 (Fall 1975), 50-54; Harvey Stahl, Print Collector’s Newsletter, 6 (1975), 48-49; W. H. Stevenson, Studies in Romanticism, 14 (Spring 1975), 201-205.

Erdman, David V. and Donald K. Moore, eds. The Notebook of William Blake. Reviewed By Robert N. Essick, Blake Newsletter, 8 (Spring 1975), 132-136; Harvey Stahl, Print Collector’s Newsletter, 6 (1975), 48-49; W. H. Stevenson, Studies in Romanticism, 14 (Spring 1975), 201-205.

Essick, Robert N. The Visionary Hand: Essays for the Study begin page 62 | back to top of William Blake’s Art and Aesthetics. Reviewed by Thomas[e] L. Minnick, Blake Newsletter, 8 (Spring 1975), 130-132; Harvey Stahl, Print Collector’s Newsletter, 6 (1975), 48-49; Brian Wilkie, Blake Studies, 6(1975), 204-208.

Frosch, Thomas R. The Awakening of Albion: The Renovation of the Body in the Poetry of William Blake. Reviewed by Irene H. Chayes, Blake Newsletter, 8 (Spring 1975), 114-115; Thomas L. Minnick, Blake Studies, 6 (1975), 192-194.

Gillham, D. G. William Blake. Reviewed by Alicia Ostriker, Blake Newsletter, 8 (Spring 1975), 136-137.

Grimes, Ronald L. The Divine Imagination: William Blake’s Major Prophetic Visions. Reviewed by James Rieger, Blake Studies, 6 (1975), 194-196.

Hughes, Catherine, ed. The Clouded Hills: Selections from William Blake. Reviewed by Morris Eaves, Blake Newsletter, 8 (Spring 1975), 139-140.

John, Brian. Supreme Fictions: Studies in the Work of William Blake, Thomas Carlyle, W. B. Yeats, and D. H. Lawrence. Reviewed by David Wagenknecht, Blake Newsletter, 9 (Fall 1975), 55.

Keynes, Geoffrey. Blake Studies, 2nd ed. Reviewed by Paul Miner, Blake Newsletter, 8 (Spring 1975), 122-125.

Keynes, Geoffrey, ed. William Blake’s Watercolours Illustrating the Poems of Thomas Gray. Reviewed by Janet Warner, Blake Studies, 6 (1975), 203-204.

Leavis, F. R. and Q. D. Leavis. Dickens the Novelist. Reviewed by J. R. Harvey, The Cambridge Quarterly, 6 (1972), 77-93. [Pp. 89, 93 concern the chapter “Dickens and Blake.”]

Leyris, Pierre, ed. and trans. William Blake, Works. Vol. 1. Reviewed by Claude Jannoud, Blake Newsletter, 8 (Spring 1975), 121. [Rpt. from Le Figaro, 29 June 1974, p. 8; trans. Katharyn R. Gabriella.]

Lindberg, Bo. William Blake’s Illustrations to the Book of Job. Reviewed by Gerald E. Bentley, Jr., Blake Newsletter, 8 (Spring 1975), 125-126; Jeffry B. Spencer, Blake Studies, 6 (1975), 197-200.

Lister, Raymond. British Romantic Art. Reviewed by Jean H. Hagstrum, Blake Newsletter, 8 (Spring 1975), 143-144.

Mellor, Anne K. Blake’s Human Form Divine. Reviewed by W. J. Thomas Mitchell, Blake Newsletter, 8 (Spring 1975), 117-119; Harvey Stahl, Print Collector’s Newsletter, 6 (1975), 48-49; Brian Wilkie, Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 74 (January 1975), 134-137.

Nelson, Cary. The Incarnate Word: Literature as Verbal Space. Reviewed by Thomas A. Vogler, Blake Newsletter, 8 (Spring 1975), 108-113.

Nurmi, Martin K. William Blake. Reviewed by Paul M. Zall, Blake Newsletter, 9 (Fall 1975), 54-55.

Paley, Morton D. and Michael Phillips, eds. William Blake: Essays in Honour of Sir Geoffrey Keynes. Reviewed by Paul Miner, Blake Newsletter, 8 (Spring 1975), 122-125.

Reardon, John, producer. On Reflection: Adrian Mitchell on William Blake [Film]. Reviewed by Morris Eaves, Blake Newsletter, 8 (Spring 1975), 139-140.

Sabri-Tabrizi, G. R. The “Heaven” and “Hell” of William Blake. Reviewed by Michael J. Tolley, Blake Newsletter, 8 (Spring 1975), 138; James T. Wills, Blake Studies, 6 (1975), 201-202.

Stevenson, Warren. Divine Analogy: A Study of the Creation Motif in Blake and Coleridge. Reviewed by Stuart Curran, Blake Studies, 7 (1975), 180-182.

Taylor, Irene C. Blake’s Illustrations to the Poems of Gray. Reviewed by Alan Watson, Art Bulletin, 55 (1973), 464-465.

Wagenknecht, David. Blake’s Night: William Blake and the Idea of Pastoral. Reviewed by Hazard Adams, Modern Philology, 73 (November 1975), 200-203.

Wright, Andrew. Blake’s Job. A Commentary. Reviewed by Karl Kiralis, Blake Studies, 7 (1975), 182-186.

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