2. Blake’s London
I am now compiling information and illustrations for a volume on Blake and London; specifically the book, at least as a working title, will be called Blake’s London.
I have already compiled a great deal of information; dozens of illustrations that are pertinent, specifically, to Blake and London, and an updating of some of the material on my BNYPL article, “Blake’s London Residences.” Along with this I will have, mostly all located, illustrations of elements referred to in Blake’s poems, and I should add: or alluded to. For instance, a sketch of how the choir, which Blake said streamed into St. Paul’s dome, was situated, and showing the wise guardians of the poor.
Undoubtedly Blakists will have a great deal to suggest and perhaps some are aware of unique illustrations that would be requisite.