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Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly



Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal devoted to William Blake (1757-1827), the British poet, artist, and engraver, and his circle. We publish articles, notes, and book reviews, as well as two annual features: a review of sales of original works by Blake and his followers, and a checklist of publications and discoveries.


 

Current Issue

Vol. 51, no. 2

Fall 2017

Remembrance

Table of Contents
Gerald Eades Bentley, Jr.,
23 August 1930–31 August 2017
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Karen Mulhallen

Article

Table of Contents
William Blake as a Student of the Royal Academy:
A Prosopographical Perspective
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Martin Myrone

Discussion

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Adam and Eve Asleep: A Dissent HTML
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David Bindman
A Copy of Blake’s Adam and Eve Asleep HTML
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Robert N. Essick
A Newly Discovered Copy of Blake’s Adam and Eve Asleep HTML
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Joseph Viscomi
The “Linnell” Adam and Eve Asleep: The Case for the Defense HTML
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Martin Butlin

In memory of
Upcoming in winter
A final article by G. E. Bentley, Jr., on Rosenbach and Blake
Reviews of Opera Omaha’s Stranger from Paradise, Damrosch, Eternity’s Sunrise, and the Taschen edition of Blake’s Dante illustrations
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