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AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
Abley, Mark
See Bentley, G. E., Jr., and Mark Abley
       
Ackland, Michael The Embattled Sexes: Blake’s Debt to Wollstonecraft in The Four Zoas 16.3 winter 1982-83 172-83
Adams, Hazard Must a Poem Be a Perfect Unity? 21.2 fall 1987 74-77
Adlard, John The Age and Virginity of Lyca 6.3 winter 1972-73 73
  Blake’s Indenture and “The Little Vagabond” 5.3 winter 1971-72 214
  “Fields from Islington to Marybone” 9.4 spring 1976 120
  “The Garden of Love” 4.4 spring 1971 147-48
  Milton 29: A Retort to William Frend? 2.4 April 1969 73
Allentuck, Marcia [Lady Cynthia Asquith at a Blake Sale] 2.4 April 1969 72
Ankarsjö, Magnus Blake’s Four “Zoas”! 39.4 spring 2006 189-90
Anon. A Checklist of Blake Scholarship—June ’68 to May ’69 3.1 June 1969 6-7, 20
Aoyama, Keiko
See Bentley, G. E., Jr., with the assistance of Keiko Aoyama
       
Atkins, A. M. “Both Turk and Jew”: Notes on the Poetry of Henry Fuseli, with Some Translations 16.4 spring 1983 206-11

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AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
Baine, Mary R.
See Baine, Rodney M., and Mary R. Baine
       
Baine, Rodney M. Blake and Defoe 6.2 fall 1972 51-53
  Bromion’s “Jealous Dolphins” 14.4 spring 1981 206-07
Baine, Rodney M., and Mary R. Baine Blake’s Inflammable Gass 10.2 fall 1976 51-52
  Blake’s Sketch for Hamlet 9.4 spring 1976 117-19
Becher, Lorenz Lorenz Becher: An Artist in Berne, Switzerland 31.1 summer 1997 22-24
Beer, John Blake’s “Donald the Hammerer” 5.3 winter 1971-72 165-67
  Brief Ripostes [to Irene Chayes in 5.3] 6.1 summer 1972 22-23
  A Reply to Irene Chayes [in 4.3] 4.4 spring 1971 144-47
  A Reply to John Grant [in 4.1] 4.3 winter 1970-71 103-06
Behrendt, Stephen C. Europe 6: Plundering the Treasury 21.3 winter 1987-88 84-94
  A Possible Corollary Source for The Gates of Paradise 10 28.3 winter 1994-95 92-94
Bell, Dan The [First] Book of Blake [poem] 19.3 winter 1985-86 122-23
Bennett, Alma Teaching Blake [poem] 28.3 winter 1994-95 115
Bennett,  Shelley M. A Newly Discovered Blake at the Huntington 18.3 winter 1984-85 132-39
Bentley, Elizabeth B. Blake’s Elusive Ladies 26.1 summer 1992 30-33
  Grave Indignities: Greed, Hucksterism, and Oblivion: Blake’s Watercolors for Blair’s Grave 40.2 fall 2006 66-71
  Urizen in New York City 33.1 summer 1999 27-30
  Vision in Fiction: Two Novels about William Blake 12.3 winter 1978-79 209-10
Bentley, G. E., Jr. The Accuracy of the Blake Trust Gray Catalogue 6.4 spring 1973 95-96
  The Accuracy of the Blake Trust Reproductions 8.3 winter 1974-75 88-89
  All the Evidence That’s Fit to Print 2.1 June 1968 11-13
  Almost Blake 13.2 fall 1979 109
  The American Blake Foundation 42.4 spring 2009 155-58
  Answers to Hard Questions: The Residence of Thomas Butts 2.3 Dec. 1968 58
  An Apocryphal Blake Engraving: The Minor’s Pocket Book (1814) 4.3 winter 1970-71 107-08
  Blake among the Slavs: A Checklist 11.1 summer 1977 50-54
  Blake and Stedman as Costumiers: Curious Copies of Blake’s Engravings in 1821 46.4 spring 2013 21 pars.
  Blake and Wedgwood 24.1 summer 1990 33-34
  Blake Apocrypha 1.2 Oct. 1967 4-5
  Blake Copperplates in the Thomas Ross Archive 43.3 winter 2009-10 107-08
  “Blake . . . Had No Quaritch”: The Sale of William Muir’s Blake Facsimiles 27.1 summer 1993 4-13
  Blake’s First Arrest, at Upnor Castle 31.3 winter 1997-98 82-84
  Blake’s Sinister “g”, from 1789-93 to ?1803 3.2 Sept. 1969 43-45
  Blake’s Trial Documents 14.1 summer 1980 37-39
  Blakewell 13.3 winter 1979-80 152-53
  A Census of Colored Copies of Young’s Night Thoughts (1797) [see the correction in 2.4] 2.3 Dec. 1968 41-45
  Charles Parr Burney as a Blake Collector 17.1 summer 1983 16
  Colored Copies of Blair’s Grave (1808, 1813): A Census 50.4 spring 2017 3 pars.
  Corrigenda and Addenda: Blake Records, Second Edition [all addenda are now online] 37.4 spring 2004 151
  Cromek’s Lost Letter about Blake’s Grave Designs 26.4 spring 1993 160
  Cumberland Bibliography Addenda 11.2 fall 1977 128
  The Dates of Jerusalem 41.4 spring 2008 166
  The Daughters of Albion and the Butts Household 18.2 fall 1984 116
  The Death of Blake’s Partner James Parker 30.2 fall 1996 49-51
  Echoes of Blake’s Grave Designs in 1838 12.3 winter 1978-79 207-09
  The 1821 Edwards Catalogue 17.4 spring 1984 154-56
  “The Eternal Wheels of Intellect”: Dissertations on William Blake 12.4 spring 1979 224-43
  The Felpham Rummer: A New Angel and “Immoral Drink” Attributed to William Blake 18.2 fall 1984 94-99
  The First Printed Reference to the Publication of Job: Disraeli (?) in the Star Chamber (1826) 12.1 summer 1978 69-70
  From Sketch to Text in Blake: The Case of The Book of Thel 19.4 spring 1986 128-41
  A Fugitive or Apocryphal Blake Engraving 2.4 April 1969 74
  Inscriptions by Blake for His Designs 48.1 summer 2014  
  Inscriptions by Blake for His Designs: Addenda 48.2 fall 2014  
  The Inscriptions on Blake’s Designs to Pilgrim’s Progress 6.3 winter 1972-73 68-70
  Keynes and Blake at Cambridge 19.2 fall 1985 69-71
  The Mathews as Patrons 46.2 fall 2012 5 pars.
  A New America 20.2 fall 1986 36-44
  A “New” Blake Engraving in Lavater’s Physiognomy 6.2 fall 1972 48-49
  “New” Blake Engravings after Blake’s Designs, 1837, 1859, 1861 12.3 winter 1978-79 204
  The Physiognomy of Lavater’s Essays: False Imprints, “1789” and “1792” 29.1 summer 1995 16-23
  The Publication of Ellis and Yeats, The Works of William Blake (1893) 42.3 winter 2008-09 109-10
  Richard C. Jackson, Collector of Treasures and Wishes: Walter Pater, Charles Lamb, William Blake 36.3 winter 2002-03 92-105
  Ruthven Todd’s Blake Papers at Leeds 16.2 fall 1982 72-81
  The Selling of Blake’s Night Thoughts Designs in the 1870s 12.1 summer 1978 70-71
  Sterne and Blake 2.4 April 1969 64-65
  A Supplement to Blake Books 11.3 winter 1977-78 136-77
  A Supplement to G. E. Bentley, Jr., and Martin K. Nurmi, A Blake Bibliography (1964) 2.4
(part 2)
April 1969 1-29
  A Swedenborgian Bible 24.2 fall 1990 63-64
  Thomas Sivright and the Lost Designs for Blair’s Grave 19.3 winter 1985-86 103-06
  The Vicissitudes of Vision: The First Account of William Blake in Russian 10.4 spring 1977 112-14
  William Blake and the Sophocles Enigma 31.2 fall 1997 65-71
  William Blake of the Woolpack & Peacock 50.2 fall 2016 10 pars.
  W. S. Blake: New Facts and Engravings 49.3 winter 2015–16 24 pars.
  Young’s Night Thoughts (London: R. Edwards, 1797): A New Unillustrated State 14.1 summer 1980 34-35
Bentley, G. E., Jr., and Mark Abley New Blake Documents: Job, Oedipus, and the Songs of Innocence and of Experience 21.3 winter 1987-88 104-07
Bentley, G. E., Jr., with the assistance of Keiko Aoyama William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 1992-1993 28.1 summer 1994 4-34
  William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 1994 28.4 spring 1995 142-89
  William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 1995 29.4 spring 1996 131-68
  William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 1996 30.4 spring 1997 121-52
  William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 1997 31.4 spring 1998 137-75
  William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 1998 32.4 spring 1999 114-49
  William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 1999 33.4 spring 2000 135-67
  William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 2000 34.4 spring 2001 129-58
  William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 2001 36.1 summer 2002 4-37
Bentley, G. E., Jr., with the assistance of Hikari Sato William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 2002 37.1 summer 2003 4-31
  William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 2004 39.1 summer 2005 4-37
  William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 2005 40.1 summer 2006 4-41
  William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 2006 41.1 summer 2007 4-43
  William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 2007 42.1 summer 2008 4-48
  William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 2008 43.1 summer 2009 4-48
  William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 2009 44.1 summer 2010 4-48
  William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 2010 45.1 summer 2011 4-36
Bentley, G. E., Jr., with the assistance of Hikari Sato and Fernando Castanedo William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 2013 48.1 summer 2014  
Bentley, G. E., Jr., with the assistance of Hikari Sato and Ching-erh Chang William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 2003 38.1 summer 2004 4-35
Bentley, G. E., Jr., with the assistance of Hikari Sato and Li-Ping Geng William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 2011 46.1 summer 2012  
  William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 2012 47.1 summer 2013  
Bentley, G. E., Jr., with the assistance of Hikari Sato, Li-Ping Geng, and Fernando Castanedo William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 2014 49.1 summer 2015  
  William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 2015 50.1 summer 2016  
See also Morgan, Richard, with supplementary notes by G. E. Bentley, Jr.        
Betteridge, David Eternity in Love [poem] 40.1 summer 2006 46
Betz, Paul F. Wordsworth’s First Acquaintance with Blake’s Poetry 3.4 May 1970 84-89
Bidney, Martin Urizen and Orc, Cortés and Guatimozin: Mexican History and The Four Zoas VII 23.4 spring 1990 195-98
Bindman, David An Afterword on William Blake: His Art and Times 16.4 spring 1983 224-25
  The Dead Ardours Revisited [response to David V. Erdman in 14.2] 14.4 spring 1981 211
  J. S. Deville’s Life Mask of William Blake 3.3 Dec. 1969 55-56
  A New Blake Drawing in the Boston Museum of Fine Art 12.3 winter 1978-79 205-06
  Samuel Palmer’s An Address to the Electors of West Kent, 1832 Rediscovered [including the Address] 19.2 fall 1985 56-68
  An Unpublished Blake Pencil Drawing of the Lambeth Period 4.2 fall 1970 38-40
Bogan, James Blake’s Jupiter Olympius in Rees’ Cyclopaedia 15.4 spring 1982 156-63
  Outside the Toronto Art Gallery [poem] 17.2 fall 1983 60
  Vampire Bats and Blake’s Spectre 10.1 summer 1976 32-33
Borkowska, Eliza “Did he who made the Lamb make the… Tyger”? 48.2 fall 2014 25 pars.
  Translating Blake’s Jerusalem into Polish 46.1 summer 2012 23 pars.
Bouwer, Izak, and Paul McNally “The Mental Traveller”: Man’s Eternal Journey 12.3 winter 1978-79 184-92
Bowden, Betsy The Artistic and Interpretive Context of Blake’s “Canterbury Pilgrims” 13.4 spring 1980 164-90
Brisman, Leslie Blake’s Comme-bined Cherubim: A Note on Milton, Plate 32 21.3 winter 1987-88 95-98
Brown, Robert E.
See Grant, John E., and Robert E. Brown
       
Browne, Max A Blake Source for von Holst 29.3 winter 1995-96 78-81
Bruder, Helen P. Response to Anne K. Mellor [review in 41.4] 42.2 fall 2008 78-79
Buck, John Miss Groggery 2.3 Dec. 1968 40-41
Butlin, Martin Another Rediscovered Small Color Print by William Blake 27.3 winter 1993-94 68
  A Blake Drawing Rediscovered and Redated 34.1 summer 2000 22-24
  Blake’s Illustrations to Paradise Lost 3.3 Dec. 1969 57
  The Catalogue of Blake’s Designs Completed, and a Last-Minute Inclusion 9.2 fall 1975 48-49
  A Concordance between William Rossetti’s Annotated Lists, W. Graham Robertson’s Supplementary List, and Butlin’s Catalogue Numbers 16.1 summer 1982 12-21
  Connoisseurship and the Palmer Fakes [response to review by Raymond Lister in 19.2] 19.4 spring 1986 155
  Correction [addendum to “William Blake in the Herbert P. Horne Collection”] 6.2 fall 1972 42
  An Extra Illustration to Pilgrim’s Progress 5.3 winter 1971-72 213-14
  Five Blakes from a Nineteenth-Century Scottish Collection 7.1 summer 1973 4-8
  Footnotes on the Huntington Blakes 22.1 summer 1988 17-18
  Harpers and Other Drawings: The Case for a Unified Composition 47.2 fall 2013 6 pars.
  The History of William Blake’s Job Prints 49.4 spring 2016 4 pars.
  An Illustration to Robert Bage 12.3 winter 1978-79 202
  The Inscription on Evening Amusement 6.3 winter 1972-73 74
  “Is This a Private War or Can Anyone Join In?”: A Plea for a Broader Look at Blake’s Color-Printing Techniques 36.2 fall 2002 45-49
  [“The Lute Player”] 1.3 Dec. 1967 18
  A “Minute Particular” Particularized: Blake’s Second Set of Illustrations to Paradise Lost 6.2 fall 1972 44-46
  A New Acquisition for the Tate and a New Addition to the Blake Catalogue 15.3 winter 1981-82 132-33
  A New Blake from His Apprentice Years? 21.4 spring 1988 143
  A New Color Print from the Small Book of Designs 26.1 summer 1992 19-21
  New Risen from the Grave: Nineteen Unknown Watercolors by William Blake 35.3 winter 2001-02 68-73
  A Newly Discovered Watermark and a Visionary’s Way with His Dates 15.2 fall 1981 101-03
  Paintings and Drawings of William Blake (1981): Some Minor Additions 17.4 spring 1984 159
  Paolozzi’s Newton 27.2 fall 1993 44-45
  A Rare Group of Early Twentieth-Century Watercolors by a Follower of William Blake 29.3 winter 1995-96 76-77
  The Rediscovery of an Artist: James Jefferys, 1751-1784 10.4 spring 1977 123-24
  Six New Early Drawings by William Blake and a Reattribution 23.2 fall 1989 107-12
  Thoughts on the 1978 Tate Gallery Exhibition 13.1 summer 1979 16-23
  Two Blakes Reappear and Make Three 18.2 fall 1984 118-19
  Two Newly Identified Sketches for Thomas Commins’s An Elegy and Further Rediscovered Drawings of the 1780s 26.1 summer 1992 21-26
  Two Newly Identified Sketches for Thomas Commins’s An Elegy: A Postscript 27.2 fall 1993 42-44
  “The Very William Blake of Living Landscape Painters”! 10.1 summer 1976 33-34
  William Blake in the Herbert P. Horne Collection 6.1 summer 1972 19-21
  William Rossetti’s Annotations to Gilchrist’s Life of William Blake 2.3 Dec. 1968 39-40
Butlin, Martin, and Robin Hamlyn Tate Britain Reveals Nine New Blakes and Thirteen New Lines of Verse 42.2 fall 2008 52-72

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AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
Candela, Gregory, Marta Field, and Foster Foreman A Checklist of Recent Blake Scholarship 7.1 summer 1973 11-15
Caplan, David Blake in Boca Raton [poem] 30.1 summer 1996 22
Cardinale, Philip J., and Joseph Cardinale A Newly Discovered Blake Book: William Blake’s Copy of Thomas Taylor’s The Mystical Initiations; or, Hymns of Orpheus (1787) 44.3 winter 2010-11 84-102
Carey, Frances Blake’s “Warring Angels” 11.2 fall 1977 120-23
  James Smetham (1821-1889) and Gilchrist’s Life of Blake 8.1-2 summer-fall 1974 17-25
Carretta, Vincent Blake’s Meheux? 31.3 winter 1997-98 84
Chapman, Wes Blake, Wollstonecraft, and the Inconsistency of Oothoon 31.1 summer 1997 4-17
Chayes, Irene H. Blake and Tradition: “The Little Girl Lost” and “The Little Girl Found” [response to review by Daniel Hughes in 3.3] 4.1 Aug. 1970 25-28
  Brief Ripostes [to John Beer in 6.1] 6.1 summer 1972 23-24
  A Rejoinder to John Beer [in 4.4] 5.3 winter 1971-72 211-13
  [Robed Figure in “The Little Boy Found”] 1.2 Oct. 1967 6
Cherry, Charles L. William Blake and Mrs. Grundy: Suppression of Visions of the Daughters of Albion 4.1 Aug. 1970 6-10
Cheskin, Arnold The Echoing Greenhorn: Blake as Hebraist 12.3 winter 1978-79 178-83
Cieszkowski, Krzysztof Z. “They murmuring divide; while the wind sleeps beneath, and the numbers are counted in silence”: The Dispersal of the Illustrations to Dante’s Divine Comedy 23.3 winter 1989-90 166-71
Clarke, Mary The Job Ballet 12.1 summer 1978 18-25
Colebrook, Claire Blake and Feminism: Romanticism and the Question of the Other 34.1 summer 2000 4-13
Connolly, Thomas E. Songs of Innocence Copy U 6.4 spring 1973 96
  Songs of Innocence, Keynes (1921) Copy U, Keynes-Wolf (1953) Copy U 7.4 spring 1974 88-89
Connolly, Thomas E., and George R. Levine Recognizing Mother [response to John Grant in 1.2] 1.3 Dec. 1967 17-18
Crehan, Stewart Blake, Context and Ideology [response to review by Stuart Peterfreund in 19.3] 20.3 winter 1986-87 104-07
Crosby, Mark “Ah! Romney!”: Blake’s “Supernaculum” Portrait Engraving of George Romney 47.3 winter 2013-14 20 pars.
  The Blake Memorial Window in St. Mary’s Church, Felpham 46.3 winter 2012-13 6 pars.
  The Sketch on the Verso of Blake’s Self-Portrait: An Identification41.2 fall 2007 92-95
  William Blake’s Miniature Portraits of the Butts Family 42.4 spring 2009 147-52
Crosby, Mark, and Robert N. Essick “the fiends of Commerce”: Blake’s Letter to William Hayley, 7 August 1804 44.2 fall 2010 52-72
Crosby, Mark, Troy Patenaude, and Angus Whitehead William Blake and the Age of Revolution: An Appreciation, Checklist of Dissertations and Publications 40.2 fall 2006 72-74
Crossan, Greg Blake’s Maiden Queen in “The Angel” 15.3 winter 1981-82 133-34
  “Infant Sorrow” and Robert Greene’s Menaphon 19.4 spring 1986 142-43
Cummings, Frederic Blake at Detroit and Philadelphia [response to review by Anne Kostelanetz in 2.1] 2.3 Dec. 1968 46-48
Curran, Stuart, and Joseph Anthony Wittreich, Jr. Some Additions to A Blake Bibliography 3.1 June 1969 4-7, 20
Curtis, F. B. The Geddes Bible and the Tent of the Eternals in The Book of Urizen 6.4 spring 1973 93-94

D

AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
Damon, S. Foster How I Discovered Blake 1.3 Dec. 1967 2-3
Dargan, Tom Blake and Hayley in Wittreich’s Angel of Apocalypse 10.4 spring 1977 130-35
Davidson, Peter The Music of the Ancients 15.2 fall 1981 98-100
Davies, Keri Blake in the Times Digital Archive 41.1 summer 2007 45-46
  Jonathan Spilsbury and the Lost Moravian History of William Blake’s Family 40.3 winter 2006-07 100-09
  William Blake’s Mother: A New Identification 33.2 fall 1999 36-50
  William Muir and the Blake Press at Edmonton with Muir’s Letters to Kerrison Preston 27.1 summer 1993 14-25
Davies, Keri, and Marsha Keith Schuchard Recovering the Lost Moravian History of William Blake’s Family 38.1 summer 2004 36-43
Davies, Michael
See Paley, Morton D., assisted by Michael Davies
       
Dawson, P. M. S. Blake and Providence: The Theodicy of The Four Zoas 20.4 spring 1987 134-43
Deck, Raymond H., Jr. An American Original: Mrs. Colman’s Illustrated Printings of Blake’s Poems, 1843-44 11.1 summer 1977 4-18
  Another Early Printing of Blake’s “Night” 12.1 summer 1978 69
  “Blake, William” in the New American Cyclopedia (1861) 12.1 summer 1978 68-69
  Mr. Rudall, the Flautist: An Authentic Blake Anecdote 11.2 fall 1977 123
  Unnoticed Printings of Blake’s Poems, 1825-1851 10.4 spring 1977 125
De Luca, V. A. Blake and Burke in Astonishment! 23.2 fall 1989 100-04
  The Changing Order of Plates in Jerusalem, Chapter II 16.4 spring 1983 192-205
Denham, Robert D. Northrop Frye, 1912-1991 24.4 spring 1991 158-59
Dilworth, Thomas Blake’s Argument with Newberry in “Laughing Song” 14.1 summer 1980 36-37
  Blake’s Babe in the Woods 11.1 summer 1977 35-37
Dörrbecker, Detlef W. Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Recent Publications 20.3 winter 1986-87 76-100
  Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Recent Publications 21.2 fall 1987 52-73
  Blake and His Circle: An Annotated Checklist of Recent Publications 22.2 fall 1988 36-70
  Blake and His Circle: An Annotated Checklist of Recent Publications 23.3 winter 1989-90 120-65
  Blake and His Circle: An Annotated Checklist of Recent Publications 25.1 summer 1991 4-59
  Blake and His Circle: An Annotated Checklist of Recent Publications 26.3 winter 1992-93 76-133
  Gates of Paradise and Quarles’ Emblems 9.4 spring 1976 120
  Grant’s “Problems in Understanding”: Some Marginalia [response to John Grant in 18.3] 18.3 winter 1984-85 185-90
  Innocence Lost and Found: An Untraced Copy Traced 15.3 winter 1981-82 125-31
  Jean Paul Friedrich Richter and Blake’s Night Thoughts 11.2 fall 1977 124-25
See also Minnick, Thomas L., and Detlef W. Dörrbecker        
See also Minnick, Thomas L., with the assistance of Detlef W. Dörrbecker and Kazumitsu Watarai        
Dörrbecker, Detlef W., and Marta Slowiková Some Minor Additions to Bentley’s “Blake among the Slavs” 12.3 winter 1978-79 198
Duerksen, Roland A. Bromion’s Usurped Power—Its Source, Essence, and Effect: A Replication [response to Mary V. Jackson and E. B. Murray in 8.3] 8.3 winter 1974-75 95-96
  A Crucial Line in Visions of the Daughters of Albion 6.3 winter 1972-73 72
Duff, David Muir’s Facsimiles and the Missing Visions 37.1 summer 2003 32-34
Duplantier, F. R. Method in Blake’s “Mad Song” 13.2 fall 1979 102-04

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AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
Easson, Roger R. Blake and the Contemporary Art Market 4.4 spring 1971 137-39
Eaves, Morris Blake as Conceived: The Endurance of S. Foster Damon 21.4 spring 1988 132-37
  Postscript: Blake’s Abnormal Psychology 9.4 spring 1976 121-22
  Reproducing The Characters of Spenser’s Faerie Queene 8.3 winter 1974-75 86-87
  Teaching Blake’s Relief Etching 13.3 winter 1979-80 140-47
Eldridge, Aethelred Reply to Morris Eaves’s Review of The Dick and Jane [in 21.1] 22.1 summer 1988 19
Erdman, David V. Blake’s Terrible Ease! 1.4 March 1968 8
  A Book to Eat 15.4 spring 1982 170-75
  The Bravery of William Blake 10.1 summer 1976 27-31
  Dating Blake’s Script: A Postscript 3.2 Sept. 1969 42
  Dating Blake’s Script: The “g” Hypothesis 3.1 June 1969 8-13
  Errata Emendata: Second Printing, Erdman-Bloom Poetry and Prose of William Blake 1.3 Dec. 1967 11-13
  Errors in the 1973 Edition of The Notebook of William Blake and in the First Printing of The Illuminated Blake 9.2 fall 1975 39-40
  Errors in the Signet Classic Edition of The Selected Poetry of Blake 11.1 summer 1977 37
  Every Thing Has Its Vermin 2.4 April 1969 68
  The Four Zoas: New Text for Pages 5, 6, and 7, Night the First 12.2 fall 1978 96-99
  Improving the Text of The Complete Poetry and Prose of William Blake 20.2 fall 1986 49-52
  Jerusalem 95: 2-20 2.3 Dec. 1968 49
  Leonora, Laodamia, and the Dead Ardours 14.2 fall 1980 96-98
  Let the Dead Ardours Live! [reply to David Bindman in 14.4] 15.1 summer 1981 58-59
  [Nightgowned Adult in “The Little Boy Found”; Errors and Emendations] 1.1 June 1967 9
  Night the Seventh: The Editorial Problem 12.2 fall 1978 135-39
  On the Newly Rediscovered Blake Letter 1.4 March 1968 12
  Preface to the Revised Edition of Blake’s Notebook 11.1 summer 1977 21-23
  Redefining the Texts of Blake (Another Temporary Report) 17.1 summer 1983 4-15
  Revising Blake: Prophet for a New Edition 2.2 Sept. 1968 24-25
  South Bounding! 13.2 fall 1979 106-07
Erle, Sibylle Lord Tennyson’s Copy of Blake’s Illustrations of the Book of Job (1826) 49.2 fall 2015 9 pars.
Eron, Sarah “Bound … by their narrowing perceptions”: Sympathetic Bondage and Perverse Pity in Blake’s The Book of Urizen 46.3 winter 2012-13 27 pars.
Essick, Robert N. Attribution and Reproduction: Death Pursuing the Soul through the Avenues of Life 45.2 fall 2011 66-70
  Blake and Kate Greenaway 40.1 summer 2006 44
  Blake in the Marketplace, 1972-73 7.3 winter 1973-74 52-59
  Blake in the Marketplace, 1974-75 10.2 fall 1976 53-59
  Blake in the Marketplace, 1976-77 12.1 summer 1978 26-38
  Blake in the Marketplace, 1980-1981 16.2 fall 1982 86-106
  Blake in the Marketplace, 1982-1983 18.2 fall 1984 68-93
  Blake in the Marketplace, 1984 19.1 summer 1995 24-38
  Blake in the Marketplace, 1985 20.1 summer 1986 12-31
  Blake in the Marketplace, 1986 21.1 summer 1987 4-14
  Blake in the Marketplace, 1987 22.1 summer 1988 4-15
  Blake in the Marketplace, 1988 23.1 summer 1989 4-19
  Blake in the Marketplace, 1989, Including a Report on the Recently Discovered Blake-Varley Sketchbook 24.1 summer 1990 4-21
  Blake in the Marketplace, 1990 24.4 spring 1991 116-41
  Blake in the Marketplace, 1991 25.4 spring 1992 144-67
  Blake in the Marketplace, 1992 26.4 spring 1993 140-59
  Blake in the Marketplace, 1993, Including a Report on the Sale of the Frank Rinder Collection [see also the correction in 28.1 (summer 1994): 39] 27.4 spring 1994 104-29
  Blake in the Marketplace, 1994 28.4 spring 1995 120-41
  Blake in the Marketplace, 1995, Including a Survey of Blakes in Private Ownership [see also “The Missing Portions of ‘Blake in the Marketplace, 1995’” in 30.2 (fall 1996)] 29.4 spring 1996 108-30
  Blake in the Marketplace, 1996 30.4 spring 1997 100-20
  Blake in the Marketplace, 1997 31.4 spring 1998 108-37
  Blake in the Marketplace, 1998 32.4 spring 1999 92-113
  Blake in the Marketplace, 1999 33.4 spring 2000 100-34
  Blake in the Marketplace, 2000 34.4 spring 2001 100-28
  Blake in the Marketplace, 2001 35.4 spring 2002 108-30
  Blake in the Marketplace, 2002 36.4 spring 2003 116-37
  Blake in the Marketplace, 2003 37.4 spring 2004 116-36
  Blake in the Marketplace, 2004 38.4 spring 2005 124-50
  Blake in the Marketplace, 2005 39.4 spring 2006 148-82
  Blake in the Marketplace, 2006 40.4 spring 2007 116-46
  Blake in the Marketplace, 2007 41.4 spring 2008 140-63
  Blake in the Marketplace, 2008 42.4 spring 2009 116-46
  Blake in the Marketplace, 2009 43.4 spring 2010 116-48
  Blake in the Marketplace, 2010 44.4 spring 2011 116-42
  Blake in the Marketplace, 2011 45.4 spring 2012 108-43
  Blake in the Marketplace, 2012 46.4 spring 2013  
  Blake in the Marketplace, 2013 47.4 spring 2014  
  Blake in the Marketplace, 2014 48.4 spring 2015  
  Blake in the Marketplace, 2015 49.4 spring 2016  
  Blake in the Marketplace, 2016 50.4 spring 2017  
  Blake, Linnell, and James Upton: An Engraving Brought to Light 7.4 spring 1974 76-79
  The Blakes at UCLA 4.3 winter 1970-71 75-78
  Blake’s 1812 Exhibition 27.2 fall 1993 36-42
  Blake’s “Enoch” Lithograph 14.4 spring 1981 180-84
  Blake’s Job: Some Unrecorded Proofs and Their Inscriptions 19.3 winter 1985-86 96-102
  Corrections of the BMPR Handlist [in 5.4] 8.3 winter 1974-75 90-91
  Corrigenda [to Songs of Innocence and of Experience (Huntington Library, 2008)] 42.3 winter 2008-09 111
  Dating Blake’s “Enoch” Lithograph Once Again 22.2 fall 1988 71-73
  An Expanded Finding List 5.1-2 winter 1971-72 1-160
  The Figure in the Carpet: Blake’s Engravings in Salzmann’s Elements of Morality 12.1 summer 1978 10-14
  A Finding List of Reproductions of Blake’s Art 3.2 Sept. 1969 24-41
  A Finding List of Reproductions of Blake’s Art: Addenda to Part 1; Part 2 3.3 Dec. 1969 64-70
  A Finding List of Reproductions of Blake’s Art: Parts 3 and 4 3.4 (part 2) May 1970 1-23, 1-3, 1-20
  The Four Zoas: Intention and Production 18.4 spring 1985 216-20
  Handlist of the Huntington Blake Collection 11.4 spring 1978 236-59
  Jerusalem 25: Some Thoughts on Technique [response to Deirdre Toomey in 6.2] 7.3 winter 1973-74 64-66
  The Missing Portions of “Blake in the Marketplace, 1995” 30.2 fall 1996 62-63
  New Information on Blake’s Illuminated Books 15.1 summer 1981 4-13
  The Printings of Blake’s Dante Engravings 24.3 winter 1990-91 80-90
  A Relief Etching of Blake’s Virgil Illustrations 25.3 winter 1991-92 117-27
  The Resurrection of America Copy R 21.4 spring 1988 138-42
  A (Self?) Portrait of William Blake 39.3 winter 2005-06 126-39
  A (Self?) Portrait of William Blake [corrigendum] 39.4 spring 2006 182
  Some Unrecorded States, Printings, and Impressions of Blake’s Graphic Works 17.4 spring 1984 130-38
  Songs Copy h 15.1 summer 1981 59-60
  A Supplement to The Separate Plates of William Blake: A Catalogue 17.4 spring 1984 139-44
  “What is the price of Experience do men buy it for a Song”: Blake at Auction 1971 5.3 winter 1971-72 183-84
  William Blake and John Marsh 25.2 fall 1991 70-74
  William Blake’s A Pastoral Figure: Some Newly Revealed Verso Sketches 39.1 summer 2005 44-47
Essick, Robert N., and Jenijoy La Belle The Blakes at Their Press 49.3 winter 2015–16 8 pars.
  A Sketch by Robert Blake Revealed 50.2 fall 2016 8 pars.
Essick, Robert N., with Thomas V. Lange Blake in the Marketplace, 1978-79 14.1 summer 1980 4-21
Essick, Robert N., and Rosamund A. Paice Newly Uncovered Blake Drawings in the British Museum 37.3 winter 2003-04 84-100
Essick, Robert N., and Morton D. Paley “Dear Generous Cumberland”: A Newly Discovered Letter and Poem by William Blake 32.1 summer 1998 4-13
Essick, Robert N., and Joseph Viscomi Blake’s Method of Color Printing: Some Responses and Further Observations 36.2 fall 2002 49-64
  An Inquiry into William Blake’s Method of Color Printing 35.3 winter 2001-02 74-103
Essick, Robert N., and Michael C. Young Blake’s “Canterbury” Print: The Posthumous Pilgrimage of the Copperplate 15.2 fall 1981 78-82
See also Crosby, Mark, and Robert N. Essick        
Evans, James C. Blake, Locke, and the Concept of “Generation” 9.2 fall 1975 47-48
Evans, Mark
See Townsend, Joyce H., Bronwyn Ormsby, Julia Jönsson, and Mark Evans
       

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AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
Fairbanks, A. Harris Blake, Burke, and the Clanrickard Monument 31.3 winter 1997-98 76-81
Farwell, Brice More Than Music Composed after Blake by Arthur Farwell 11.2 fall 1977 86-103
Feldman, Paula R. Felicia Hemans and the Mythologizing of Blake’s Death 27.3 winter 1993-94 69-72
Ferber, Michael Blake for Children 35.1 summer 2001 22-24
  Blake’s “Jerusalem” as a Hymn 34.3 winter 2000-01 82-94
  Mars and the Planets Three in America 15.3 winter 1981-82 136-37
  The Orthodoxy of Blake Footnotes 32.1 summer 1998 16-19
  A Possible Source for “Thel’s Motto” 9.2 fall 1975 43-44
  “Thel’s Motto”: Likely and Unlikely Sources [response to Michael Tolley in 10.1] 10.1 summer 1976 36-38
Ferguson, James B., Frank M. Parisi, and Michael Phillips A Bibliography of Blake Scholarship in the United Kingdom, 1972-73 7.2 fall 1973 44-46
Field, Marta
See
Candela, Gregory, Marta Field, and Foster Foreman
       
Fitch, Donald Blake Set to Music: Supplement 2001 35.2 fall 2001 40-61
Fletcher, Ian, ed. John Todhunter’s Lectures on Blake, 1872-1874 8.1-2 summer-fall 1974 4-14
Fletcher, Joseph Ocean Growing: Blake’s Two Versions of Newton and the Emerging Polypus 49.3 winter 2015–16 38 pars.
Folsom, L. Edwin Nobodaddy: Through the Bottomless Pit, Darkly 9.2 fall 1975 45-46
Foreman, Foster, et al. A Checklist of Blake Scholarship, October 1970-March 1972 5.3 winter 1971-72 214-19
See also Candela, Gregory, Marta Field, and Foster Foreman        
Fosso, Kurt Blake’s “Introduction” and Hesiod’s Theogony 47.1 summer 2013 9 pars.
Franson, J. Karl The Serpent-Driving Females in Blake’s Comus 4 12.3 winter 1978-79 164-77
Freed, Eugenie R. “In the Darkness of Philisthea”: The Design of Plate 78 of Jerusalem 32.3 winter 1998-99 60-73
  “Sun-Clad Chastity” and Blake’s “Maiden Queens”: Comus, Thel, and “The Angel” 25.3 winter 1991-92 104-16
Freedman, Linda Blake, Duncan, and the Politics of Writing from Myth 47.2 fall 2013 46 pars.
Frosch, Thomas R. An Analogue to the “Greatest Men” Passage in The Marriage of Heaven and Hell 40.3 winter 2006-07 110-11
Frost, Everett A Checklist of Blake Slides 9.1 summer 1975 4-28
See also Tayler, Edward W.; Everett C. Frost        

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AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
Gabriella, Katharyn R. Los’s Visit [poem] 12.4 spring 1979 266
Gibson, William A., and Thomas L. Minnick William Blake and Henry Emlyn’s Proposition for a New Order in Architecture: A New Plate 6.1 summer 1972 12-17
Glausser, Wayne The Gates of Memory in Night VIIa of The Four Zoas 18.4 spring 1985 196-203
  Milton and the Pangs of Repentance 13.4 spring 1980 192-99
Gleckner, Robert F. Blake and Fuseli in a Student’s Letter Home 6.3 winter 1972-73 71
  Blake’s Illustration of the Third Temptation in Paradise Regained 11.2 fall 1977 126-27
  Blake’s Miltonizing of Chatterton 11.1 summer 1977 27-29
  Blake’s Swans 15.4 spring 1982 164-69
  Blake’s “The Tyger” and Edward Young’s Book of Job 21.3 winter 1987-88 99-101
  Priestley and the Chameleon Angel in The Marriage of Heaven and Hell 13.1 summer 1979 37-39
  W. J. Linton’s Tailpieces in Gilchrist’s Life of William Blake 14.4 spring 1981 208-11
Goldstein, Laurence Sermon by Mr. Blake, for S. Foster Damon [poem] 1.3 Dec. 1967 5
Gorham, Laura A Checklist of Blake Scholarship, June 1969-September 1970 4.2 fall 1970 51-59
Gourlay, Alexander S. Blake and Bonasone 25.3 winter 1991-92 138-39
  An Emendation in “The Chimney Sweeper” of Innocence 17.1 summer 1983 16-17
  “Friendship,” Love, and Sympathy in Blake’s Grave Illustrations 37.3 winter 2003-04 100-04
  “Man on a Drinking Horse”: A Print by Thomas Butts, Jr. 37.1 summer 2003 35-36
  A New Colored Copy of Night Thoughts at Smith College 28.3 winter 1994-95 100
  Philip D. Sherman’s Blakes at Brown University 28.3 winter 1994-95 94-99
  Six Illustrations by Stothard 25.3 winter 1991-92 135
Goyder, George The Origins of the William Blake Trust 21.4 spring 1988 150-51
  An Unpublished Poem about Blake by William Bell Scott 10.4 spring 1977 125
Grant, John E. Blake’s Designs for L’Allegro and Il Penseroso, with Special Attention to L’Allegro 1, “Mirth and Her Companions” 4.4 spring 1971 117-34
  Discussing the Arlington Court Picture. Part 1: A Report on the Warner-Simmons Theory
  

3.4
May 1970
96-105
  Discussing the Arlington Court Picture. Part 2: Studying Blake’s Iconography for Guidance in Interpreting the Picture 4.1 Aug. 1970 12-25
  [Druids in Annandale] 1.2 Oct. 1967 6
  The Meaning of Mirth and Her Companions in Blake’s Designs for L’Allegro and Il Penseroso 5.3 winter 1971-72 190-202
  Mother of Invention, Father in Drag [response to Thomas E. Connolly and George R. Levine in 1.3] 2.2 Sept. 1968 29-32
  Mothers and Methodology [continued from 2.2] 2.3 Dec. 1968 50-54
  On First Encountering Blake’s Good Samaritans 33.3 winter 1999-2000 68-95
  On Mary Ellen Reisner’s “Locations of Copy U of Songs of Innocence and Copy d of Songs of Innocence and of Experience” [in 5.3] 6.1 summer 1972 22
  Recognizing Fathers [response to Thomas E. Connolly and George R. Levine in PMLA]
1.2

Oct. 1967

7-9
  A Re-View of Some Problems in Understanding Blake’s Night Thoughts 18.3 winter 1984-85 155-81
  Some Drawings Related to Blake’s Night Thoughts Designs: The Coda Sketch and Two Pictures Not Previously Connected with the Series 16.1 summer 1982 7-11
Grant, John E., and Robert E. Brown Blake’s Vision of Spenser’s Faerie Queene: A Report and an Anatomy 8.3 winter 1974-75 56-85
Grant, John E., and Mary Lynn Johnson Illuminated Books in the Cincinnati Art Museum 7.2 fall 1973 40-43
See also Johnson, Mary Lynn, and John E. Grant        
Grant, Philip B. A Possible Source for a Blake Sketch and Drawing 10.3 winter 1976-77 85-87
Graver, Bruce E. New Voice on Blake 24.3 winter 1990-91 91-94
Graziano, Frank The Last Judgement [poem] 12.1 summer 1978 40-41
Gross, Rochelle C., and C. M. Henning Dissertations on Blake: 1963-1975 11.1 summer 1977 54-59
Grotz, Jennifer The Ladder [poem] 43.2 fall 2009 79
Groves, David Blake and the Edinburgh Evening Post 26.2 fall 1992 51
  Blake and the Edinburgh Literary Gazette—with a Note on Thomas De Quincey 25.3 winter 1991-92 133-35
  Blake and the Sheffield Iris 39.3 winter 2005-06 125
  Blake, the Edinburgh Literary Journal, and James Hogg 32.1 summer 1998 14-16
  Blake, The Grave, and Edinburgh Literary Society 24.1 summer 1990 35-36
  Blake, Thomas Boston, and the Fourfold Vision 19.4 spring 1986 142
  “Great and Singular Genius”: Further References to Blake (and Cromek) in the Scots Magazine 39.1 summer 2005 47-48
  John Clerk, Esq. 24.3 winter 1990-91 94-95
  “This Class of Impostors”: Robert Cromek’s View of London Booksellers and Engravers 40.1 summer 2006 45
Gu, Jing-Yu Unlisted Articles on Blake Published in China 17.4 spring 1984 157-59

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AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
Hagstrum, Jean H. More on The Romantic Body [response to review by Anne Mellor in 21.1] 21.1 summer 1987 16-17
  Richardson and Blake 18.4 spring 1985 236-37
Haigney, Catherine Reply to Andrew Lincoln [in 21.2] 21.2 fall 1987 77
  Vala’s Garden in Night the Ninth: Paradise Regained or Woman Bound? 20.4 spring 1987 116-24
Hamlyn, Robin
See Butlin, Martin, and Robin Hamlyn
       
Harding, Gunnar Two Poems [trans. from the Swedish by Gunnel Tottie] 12.1 summer 1978 39-40
Helms, Randel Another Source for Blake’s Orc 15.4 spring 1982 198-99
Henning, C. M. Blake’s Baptismal Font 11.1 summer 1977 38
See also Gross, Rochelle C., and C. M. Henning        
Henry, Lauren G. Sunshine and Shady Groves: What Blake’s “Little Black Boy” Learned from African Writers 29.1 summer 1995 4-11
Heppner, Christopher Another Cumberland Bibliography Addendum 12.4 spring 1979 261-62
  Another “New”Blake Engraving: More about Blake and William Nicholson 12.3 winter 1978-79 193-97
  Bathsheba Revisited 36.3 winter 2002-03 76-91
  Blake and the Novelists 15.4 spring 1982 198
  Blake and the Seaman’s Recorder: The Letter and the Spirit in a Problem of Attribution 12.1 summer 1978 15-17
  Blake’s “The New Jerusalem Descending”: A Drawing (Butlin #92) Identified 20.1 summer 1986 4-11
  The Chamber of Prophecy: Blake’s A Vision (Butlin #756) Interpreted 25.3 winter 1991-92 127-31
  The Good (in Spite of What You May Have Heard) Samaritan 25.2 fall 1991 64-69
  The New Jerusalem Defended [response to Michael J. Tolley in 20.3] 20.3 winter 1986-87 102-04
  Notes on Some Items in the Blake Collection at McGill with a Few Speculations around William Roscoe 10.4 spring 1977 100-08
  “Under the Hill”: Tyndale or Bunyan? 23.4 spring 1990 200-01
  The Woman Taken in Adultery: An Essay on Blake’s “Style of Designing” 17.2 fall 1983 44-60
Herrstrom, David Sten Blake’s Transformations of Ezekiel’s Cherubim Vision in Jerusalem 15.2 fall 1981 64-77
Hertz, Niels Christian [Suggestion in Connection with Previous Discussion of “The Little Boy Found”] 2.3 Dec. 1968 54
Hilton, Nelson Blake and the Mountains of the Mind 14.4 spring 1981 196-204
  Fellow Travelers . . . 23.4 spring 1990 204
  A Note on Cowper and “A Poison Tree” 12.3 winter 1978-79 203
  Pudendaddendum [to his “Some Sexual Connotations” in 16.3] 18.4 spring 1985 235-36
  The Shock of the New Blake 15.2 fall 1981 103
  Some Sexual Connotations 16.3 winter 1982-83 166-71
  The Sweet Science of Atmospheres in The Four Zoas 12.2 fall 1978 80-86
  “Under the Hill” 22.1 summer 1988 16-17
  Waxed in Blake 43.3 winter 2009-10 110-11
  www.english.uga.edu/wblake 33.1 summer 1999 11-16
Hoagwood, Terence Allan The Four Zoas and “The Philosophick Cabbala” 12.2 fall 1978 87-90
Hollis, Hilda Seeing Thel as Serpent 30.3 winter 1996-97 87-90
Hoover, Suzanne R. [Blake’s Engravings for Captain John Steadman’s Narrative, of a Five Years’ Expedition] 1.1 June 1967 7-8
  Fifty Additions to Blake Bibliography: Further Data for the Study of His Reputation in the Nineteenth Century 5.3 winter 1971-72 167-72
  Pictures at the Exhibitions 6.1 summer 1972 6-12
  The Public Reception of Gilchrist’s Life of Blake 8.1-2 summer-fall 1974 26-31
Howell, John An Early, Hand-made Facsimile of the Songs of Innocence and of Experience [see also the note in 2.1] 1.4 March 1968 10-11

I

AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
Ide, Nancy M. Image Patterns and the Structure of William Blake’s The Four Zoas 20.4 spring 1987 125-33

J

AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
Jackson, Mary V. Additional Lines in Visions of the Daughters of Albion [response to Roland A. Duerksen in 6.3] 8.3 winter 1974-75 91-93
  Blake and Zoroastrianism 11.2 fall 1977 72-85
  Reply to Charu Sheel Singh [in 21.1] 21.1 summer 1987 16
Jacobson, Howard Blake’s Proverbs of Hell: St. Paul and the Nakedness of Woman 39.1 summer 2005 48-49
James, G. Ingli Some Not-So-Familiar Visionary Heads 12.4 spring 1979 244-49
Johnson, Mary Lynn Blake’s Engravings for Lavater’s Physiognomy: Overdue Credit to Chodowiecki, Schellenberg, and Lips 38.2 fall 2004 52-74
  Choosing Textbooks for Blake Courses: A Survey and Checklist 10.1 summer 1976 8-26
  The Devil’s Syntax and the OED 3.4 May 1970 94-96
  Newfound Particulars of Blake’s Patrons, Thomas and Elizabeth Butts, 1767–1806 47.4 spring 2014 12 pars.
  Observations on Blake’s Paintings and Drawings (Based on Butlin’s Catalogue Raisonné) 16.1 summer 1982 4-6
Johnson, Mary Lynn, and John E. Grant The Norton Critical Edition of Blake: Addenda and Corrigenda 16.2 fall 1982 107-10
Johnson, Mary Lynn, and Brian Wilkie The Spectrous Embrace in The Four Zoas, VIIa 12.2 fall 1978 100-06
See also Grant, John E., and Mary Lynn Johnson        
See also Johnson-Grant, Mary Lynn        
Johnson-Grant, Mary Lynn Mapping Blake’s London 10.4 spring 1977 117-22
Jones, Edward Terry Another Look at the Structure of The Marriage of Heaven and Hell 10.4 spring 1977 115-16
Jönsson, Julia
See Townsend, Joyce H., Bronwyn Ormsby, Julia Jönsson, and Mark Evans
       

K

AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
Kamusikiri, Sandra Blake and the Tradition of Lamentation 24.2 fall 1990 59-63
Kaplan, Marc Jerusalem and the Origins of Patriarchy 30.3 winter 1996-97 68-82
Kauvar, Elaine Los’s Messenger to Eden: Blake’s Wild Thyme 10.3 winter 1976-77 82-84
Kelley, Theresa M. A Minute Particular in Blake’s Songs of Innocence, Copy O 17.1 summer 1983 18-19
Kent, Donald L.
See Roti, Grant C., and Donald L. Kent
       
Keynes, Geoffrey Blake in the Provinces 9.2 fall 1975 41-42
  The Blake Trust Gray Catalogue and the Blake Trust Facsimiles [response to G. E. Bentley, Jr., in 6.4] 7.3 winter 1973-74 64-66
  William Blake and Bart’s 7.1 summer 1973 9-10
Kilgore, John The Order of Nights VIIa and VIIb in Blake’s The Four Zoas 12.2 fall 1978 107-13
King, James Charlotte Smith, William Cowper, and William Blake: Some New Documents 13.2 fall 1979 100-01
  A New Piece of Tayloriana 6.3 winter 1972-73 72
King-Hele, Desmond A Twist in the Tale of “The Tyger” 23.2 fall 1989 104-06
Kolker, Robert P. [Blake’s Parody of a Couplet from Dryden’s Absalom and Achitophel] 1.1 June 1967 7
Komisaruk, Adam Introducing the Blake Model 38.3 winter 2004-05 92-102
Kraus, Christina Shuttleworth
See Reiman, Donald H., and Christina Shuttleworth Kraus
       
Kumari, Ashanka Adding to Blake Set to Music 49.4 spring 2016  

L

AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
La Belle, Jenijoy Blake and Morland: The First State of “The Industrious Cottager” 12.4 spring 1979 258-61
  Blake’s Bald Nudes 24.2 fall 1990 52-58
  Blake’s Insanity: An Unrecorded Early Reference 15.2 fall 1981 100-01
  Michelangelo’s Sistine Frescoes and Blake’s 1795 Color-Printed Drawings: A Study in Structural Relationships 14.2 fall 1980 66-84
  A Pencil Sketch for Blake’s Dante Illustrations 19.2 fall 1985 73-74
  A Reprinting of Blake’s Portrait of Thomas Alphonso Hayley 25.3 winter 1991-92 136-38
See also Essick, Robert N., and Jenijoy La Belle        
Lange, Thomas V. Blake in American Almanacs 14.2 fall 1980 94-96
  An Engraving of Wollstonecraft after Opie 13.1 summer 1979 36-37
  A Rediscovered Colored Copy of Young’s Night Thoughts 15.3 winter 1981-82 134-36
  Two Forged Plates in America Copy B 16.4 spring 1983 212-16
See also Essick, Robert N., with Thomas V. Lange        
Larrissy, Edward Blake and the Hutchinsonians 20.2 fall 1986 44-47
Latham, Jacqueline E. M. The Arlington Court Picture 29.1 summer 1995 24
Lefebvre, Mark S. A Note on the Structural Necessity of Night VIIb 12.2 fall 1978 134
Lehrer, Ruth Fine A Checklist of Blake Material in the Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection, Alverthorpe Gallery, Jenkintown, Pennsylvania 9.3 winter 1975-76 58-85
Levine, George R.
See
Connolly, Thomas E., and George R. Levine
       
Lincoln, Andrew The Four Zoas: The Text of Pages 5, 6, and 7, Night the First 12.2 fall 1978 91-95
  The Revision of the Seventh and Eighth Nights of The Four Zoas 12.2 fall 1978 114-33
  To the Editors [corrections to his edition of the Songs] 27.2 fall 1993 45
  Vala’s Garden [response to Catherine Haigney in 20.4] 21.2 fall 1987 77
Lindsay, David W., and M. A. L. Locherbie-Cameron “Malden” in Blake’s Jerusalem 22.4 spring 1989 136-39
Linkin, Harriet Kramer Revisioning Blake’s Oothoon 23.4 spring 1990 184-94
Lister, Raymond Blake’s Appearance in a Textbook on Insanity 9.4 spring 1976 120-21
  Calvert’s “Lady and the Rooks” and Cornish Scenes 10.1 summer 1976 34
  A Fragmentary Copy of Songs of Innocence and of Experience 6.1 summer 1972 19
  A Letter from Benjamin Disraeli to Anne Gilchrist 14.2 fall 1980 99
  The National Gallery and Blake’s “Spiritual Form of Pitt Guiding Behemoth” 17.3 winter 1983-84 105-06
  A Reply to Martin Butlin [in 19.4, which was a response to a review by Lister in 19.2] 20.2 fall 1986 52
  Two Blake Drawings and a Letter from Samuel Palmer 6.2 fall 1972 53-54
  William Muir 20.2 fall 1986 49
Locherbie-Cameron, M. A. L.
See Lindsay, David W., and M. A. L. Locherbie-Cameron
       
Łuczyńska-Hołdys, Małgorzata “Life exhal’d in milky fondness”—Becoming a Mother in William Blake’s The Book of Thel 46.4 spring 2013 29 pars.
Lyle, Janice S. Handlist of the Essick Blake Collection 11.4 spring 1978 216-35

M

AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
M. Holy Thursday 11.1 summer 1977 38-40
Macmillan, Malcolm Kingsley Dialogue between Blake and Wordsworth [fiction] 8.1-2 summer-fall 1974 38-41
Magno, Cettina The Four Zoas for Italy 12.2 fall 1978 140-41
Maheux, Anne An Analysis of the Watercolor Technique and Materials of William Blake 17.4 spring 1984 124-29
Malmqvist, Göran The Dean of Morocco = George Cumberland? 13.2 fall 1979 109
Malmqvist, N. G. D. Blake in China 13.1 summer 1979 24-28
Mann, Paul The Final State of The Four Zoas 18.4 spring 1985 204-15
  Finishing Blake 22.4 spring 1989 139-42
Mansanti, Céline William Blake in transition Magazine (Paris, 1927–38): The Modalities of a Blake Revival in France during the 1920s and 1930s 43.2 fall 2009 52-60
Mazzeo, Tilar Jenon Verbal Echoes of Cumberland’s Thoughts on Outline, Sculpture, and the System that Guided the Ancients (1796) in Jerusalem 35.1 summer 2001 24-26
McCollister, Deborah The Seduction of Self-Abnegation in The Book of Thel [see also the note of corrigenda from the editors in 31.1 (summer 1997): 39] 30.3 winter 1996-97 90-94
McCord, James An Unrecorded Colored Copy of Young’s Night Thoughts 18.2 fall 1984 116-18
McGann, Jerome J. Staging The Marriage of Heaven and Hell 5.3 winter 1971-72 182-83
McNally, Paul
See
Bouwer, Izak, and Paul McNally
       
McQuail, Josephine An Unpublished Poem by S. Foster Damon 19.2 fall 1985 72
Mellor, Anne K. Blake’s Portrayal of Women 16.3 winter 1982-83 148-55
  Response to Helen P. Bruder [in 42.2] 42.2 fall 2008 79
Mercier, Vivian Blake Echoes in Victorian Dublin 11.1 summer 1977 32-34
Mertz, J. B. Gilbert Dyer: An Early Blake Vendor? 40.4 spring 2007 147-49
  The Responses of William Blake and Joseph Priestley to Two Swedenborgian Ideas 47.2 fall 2013 5 pars.
  An Unrecorded Copy of Blake’s 1809 Chaucer Prospectus 32.3 winter 1998-99 73-74
Metcalf, Francis Wood Reason and “Urizen”: The Pronunciation of Blakean Names 6.1 summer 1972 17-18
  Tiriel: Two Corrected First Readings 9.2 fall 1975 40-41
  Toward a More Accurate Description of the Tiriel Manuscript 4.1 Aug. 1970 10-11
Michael, Jennifer Davis Eternity in the Moment: William Blake and Mary Oliver 45.2 fall 2011 44-50
Middleman, Louis “Bring out number, weight & measure in a year of dearth” 4.4 spring 1971 147
Miner, Paul “Bad” Queens, “Good” Queens, and George III (as His Satanic Majesty) 48.4 spring 2015 27 pars.
  Blake’s Design of Nebuchadnezzar 44.2 fall 2010 75-78
  Blake’s London 2.4 April 1969 74
  denouement [poem] 45.4 spring 2012 144
  Francis Quarles’s Influence on Europe 11 47.4 spring 2014 5 pars.
  [Paul Miner on Blake’s Star-Moon Symbolism] 1.1 June 1967 9
  A Possible Sketch of Blake’s Napoleon 43.2 fall 2009 76-77
Minnick, Thomas L. Blake and “Cowper’s Tame Hares” 4.1 Aug. 1970 11-12
  Blake Items in the Library of Isaac Reed 3.4 May 1970 89
  A Checklist of Recent Blake Scholarship 10.2 fall 1976 59-62
  A New Rossetti Letter 5.3 winter 1971-72 181-82
Minnick, Thomas L., and Detlef W. Dörrbecker Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Recent Publications 17.2 fall 1983 62-76
  Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Recent Publications 18.2 fall 1984 100-15
  Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Recent Scholarship 15.2 fall 1981 83-93
  Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Recent Scholarship 16.2 fall 1982 111-20
Minnick, Thomas L., with the assistance of Detlef W. Dörrbecker A Checklist of Recent Blake Scholarship 12.2 fall 1978 142-49
  A Checklist of Recent Blake Scholarship 1976-1977 11.2 fall 1977 104-09
Minnick, Thomas L., with the assistance of Detlef W. Dörrbecker and Kazumitsu Watarai Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Recent Scholarship 13.2 fall 1979 91-99
  Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Recent Scholarship 14.2 fall 1980 85-93
See also Gibson, William A., and Thomas L. Minnick        
Minot, Walter S. Blake’s “Infant Joy”: An Explanation of Age 25.2 fall 1991 78
Mitchell, W. J. T. Reply to John Grant [in 18.3] 18.3 winter 1984-85 181-83
Möhring, Hans-Ulrich Whose Head? 34.1 summer 2000 24
Morgan, Richard, with supplementary notes by G. E. Bentley, Jr. A Handlist of Works by William Blake in the Department of Prints and Drawings of the British Museum 5.4 spring 1972 224-58
Morkan, Joel Blake’s “Ancient Forests of Europe” 6.4 spring 1973 93
  Milton’s Eikonoklastes and Blake’s Mythic Geography: A Parallel 7.4 spring 1974 87, 89
Moss, W. E. The Coloured Copies of Blake’s “Night Thoughts” 2.2 Sept. 1968 19-23
Moyer, James F. “The Daughters Weave their Work in loud cries”: Blake, Slavery, and Cotton 48.3 winter 2014-15 33 pars.
Mulhallen, Karen The Crying of Lot 318; or, Young’s Night Thoughts Colored Once More 19.2 fall 1985 71-72
  Remembrance: Janet Adele Warner 40.1 summer 2006 46-47
Murray, E. B. “Bound Back to Back in Bromion’s Cave” [response to Roland A. Duerksen in 6.3] 8.3 winter 1974-75 94
  1974 Blake Seminar 9.4 spring 1976 120
  A Suggested Redating of a Blake Letter to Thomas Butts 13.3 winter 1979-80 148-51

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AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
Nelson, J. Walter Blake Anthologies 10.1 summer 1976 32
Niimi, Hatsuko The Book of Ahania: A Metatext 34.2 fall 2000 46-54
Noon, Patrick Paul Mellon, 1908-1999 32.4 spring 1999 151-52

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AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
Ober, Warren U. “Poor Robin” and Blake’s “The Blossom” 9.2 fall 1975 42-43
Okada, Kazuya Orc under a Veil Revealed: Family Relationships and Their Symbols in Europe and The Book of Urizen 34.2 fall 2000 36-45
Ormsby, Bronwyn
See Townsend, Joyce H., Bronwyn Ormsby, Julia Jönsson, and Mark Evans
       
Orr, Chris The Life of W. Blake 28.1 summer 1994 35-38
Ostriker, Alicia [Blake Courses] 1.1 June 1967 9
  Desire Gratified and Ungratified: William Blake and Sexuality 16.3 winter 1982-83 156-65
  Reply to Hagstrum [in 18.4] 18.4 spring 1985 238
Ott, Judith The Bird-Man of William Blake’s Jerusalem 10.2 fall 1976 48-51
  Iris and Morpheus: Investigating Visual Sources for Jerusalem 14 17.4 spring 1984 149-54
Otto, Peter Final States, Finished Forms, and The Four Zoas 20.4 spring 1987 144-46
  Is There a Poem in This Manuscript? 22.4 spring 1989 142-44
  A Pompous High Priest: Urizen’s Ancient Phallic Religion in The Four Zoas 35.1 summer 2001 4-22
  Reply to De Luca’s Review of Constructive Vision and Visionary Deconstruction [in 27.1] 27.1 summer 1993 29-30

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AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
Paice, Rosamund A. Encyclopaedic Resistance: Blake, Rees’s Cyclopædia, and the Laocoön Separate Plate 37.2 fall 2003 44-62
See also Essick, Robert N., and Rosamund A. Paice        
Paley, Morton D. “And the sun dial by Blake” (Butlin #374A) 43.3 winter 2009-10 105-06
  Blake and Thomas Burnet’s Sacred Theory of the Earth 25.2 fall 1991 75-78
  [Blake Courses] 1.2 Oct. 1967 6
  Blakes at Buffalo 4.3 winter 1970-71 81-86
  Blake’s Headgear: The Seventh Head of the Beast in Night Thoughts 345 24.4 spring 1991 142-44
  A Checklist of Blake Publications, June ’67 to May ’68 [additions to the checklist are in 2.2 and corrections in 2.3] 2.1 June 1968 6-8, 14
  Corrections for the Blake Trust Jerusalem 26.1 summer 1992 34
  The Critical Reception of A Critical Essay 8.1-2 summer-fall 1974 32-37
  Europe iii: 18 1.3 Dec. 1967 16, 18
  Further Thoughts on Night Thoughts 18.3 winter 1984-85 183-84
  George Romney and Ozias Humphry as Collectors of William Blake’s Illuminated Printing 50.3 winter 2016-17 49 pars.
  [The Idea of Having a Blake Newsletter] 1.1 June 1967 1
  John Trivett Nettleship and His “Blake Drawings” 14.4 spring 1981 185-94
  The Last Judgment by “B. Blake” 41.3 winter 2007-08 135
  The Last Judgment by “B. Blake” [corrigendum] 41.4 spring 2008 163
  The Man Who Married the Blakes 42.4 spring 2009 153-55
  [“Menny wouver”] 2.3 Dec. 1968 58
  Mr. Blake’s Spectacles, at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge [poem] 12.1 summer 1978 39
  “Mr. J. Blake” 40.4 spring 2007 151
  “A New Heaven is Begun”: William Blake and Swedenborgianism 13.2 fall 1979 64-90
  Thomas Johnes, “Ancient Guardian of Wales” 2.4 April 1969 65-67
  “To Defend the Bible in This Year 1798 Would Cost a Man His Life” 32.2 fall 1998 32-43
  A Victorian Blake Facsimile 15.1 summer 1981 24-27
  William Blake, George Romney, and The Life of George Romney, Esq. 45.2 fall 2011 50-65
  William Blake in “The Vanguard of the Age” 39.4 spring 2006 185-86
  William Blake, Jacob Ilive, and the Book of Jasher 30.2 fall 1996 51-54
Paley, Morton D., assisted by Michael Davies Handlists of Four Blake Collections 11.4 spring 1978 260-75
Paley, Morton D., and Deirdre Toomey Two Pictorial Sources for Jerusalem 25 5.3 winter 1971-72 185-90
See also Essick, Robert N., and Morton D. Paley        
Parisi, Frank M.
See
Ferguson, James B., Frank M. Parisi, and Michael Phillips
       
Parris, Leslie [“Blake’s Last Picture”] 2.4 April 1969 68
Patenaude, Troy
See Crosby, Mark, Troy Patenaude, and Angus Whitehead
       
Pearcy, Roy J. Blake’s Tyger and Richard Crashaw’s Paraphrase of Thomas of Celano’s Dies Irae 7.4 spring 1974 80-81
Peattie, R. W. William Michael Rossetti’s Aldine Edition of Blake 12.1 summer 1978 4-9
Pedley, Colin Blake’s Tiger and the Discourse of Natural History 24.1 summer 1990 22-30
Perkins, David Animal Rights and “Auguries of Innocence” 33.1 summer 1999 4-11
Peter, Agnes The Reception of Blake in Hungary 34.3 winter 2000-01 68-81
Peterfreund, Stuart Reply to Stewart Crehan [in 20.3] 20.3 winter 1986-87 108-09
Phillips, Michael Blake’s Corrections in Poetical Sketches 4.2 fall 1970 40-47
  “Blake’s Corrections in Poetical Sketches”: A Forthcoming Supplement and the Britwell Court Library Copy 4.4 spring 1971 148-49
  Color-Printing Songs of Experience and Blake’s Method of Registration: A Correction 36.2 fall 2002 44-45
  An Island in the Moon [response to review by G. E. Bentley, Jr., in 22.3] 22.3 winter 1988-89 110-11
  William Blake and the Sophocles Manuscript Notebook 31.2 fall 1997 44-64
  William Blake: The Creation of the Songs from Manuscript to Illuminated Printing [corrigenda] and a Note on the Publication of Gilbert Imlay’s A Topographical Description of the Western Territory of North America 35.1 summer 2001 30-31
See also Ferguson, James B., Frank M. Parisi, and Michael Phillips        
Pierce, John B. Bunyan at the Gates of Paradise 23.4 spring 1990 198-200
  The Shifting Characterization of Tharmas and Enion in Pages 3-7 of Blake’s Vala or The Four Zoas 22.3 winter 1988-89 93-102
Pignard, Simone, trans. Blake in French: An Interview with Pierre Leyris 9.4 spring 1976 115-16
Punter, David Blake/Hegel/Derrida: A Response to Nelson Hilton’s Review of Blake, Hegel and Dialectic [in 17.4] 18.1 summer 1984 58-63

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AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
Raine, Kathleen Blake and Tradition [response to review by Daniel Hughes in 3.3] 3.4 May 1970 89-90
  The Crested Cock 1.3 Dec. 1967 9-10
Read, Dennis M. George Frederick Cooke: Another Grave Subscriber Heard From 11.1 summer 1977 37-38
  A New Blake Engraving: Gilchrist and the Cromek Connection 14.2 fall 1980 60-64
Reed, Mark L. Blake, Wordsworth, Lamb, etc.: Further Information from Henry Crabb Robinson 3.4 May 1970 76-84
Reiman, Donald H. A Significant Early Review of Blake 6.4 spring 1973 94-95
  A Significant New Blakean Fragment 9.2 fall 1975 44-45
Reiman, Donald H., and Christina Shuttleworth Kraus The Derivation and Meaning of “Ololon” 16.2 fall 1982 82-85
Reisner, Mary Ellen Folcroft Facsimile of the Songs 10.4 spring 1977 130
  The Locations of Copy U of Songs of Innocence and Copy d of Songs of Innocence and of Experience 5.3 winter 1971-72 214
  Songs of Innocence Copy U 6.4 spring 1973 96
Rhodes, Judith Blake’s Designs for L’Allegro and Il Penseroso: Thematic Relationships in Diagram 4.4 spring 1971 135-36
Riehl, Joe Bernard Barton’s Contribution to Cunningham’s “Life of Blake”: A New Letter 33.1 summer 1999 16-20
Ripley, Wayne C. The Early Marketing of The Grave in London and Boston 43.3 winter 2009-10 109-10
  Erdman’s Pagination of The Four Zoas 36.4 spring 2003 140-43
  New Night Thoughts Sightings 47.3 winter 2013-14 11 pars.
  Printed References to and Known Prices of Blake’s Night Thoughts, 1796-1826 43.2 fall 2009 72-75
Rix, Robert W. All Religions are One: A Note on Sources 49.4 spring 2016 14 pars.
  Blake, Bacon and “The Devils Arse” 37.4 spring 2004 137-44
Roberts, Jonathan William Blake’s Visionary Landscape near Felpham 47.2 fall 2013 39 pars.
Roberts, Peter “On Tame High Finishers of Paltry Harmonies”: A Blake Music Review and Checklist 7.4 spring 1974 91-99
Robson, Lane, and Joseph Viscomi Blake’s Death 30.2 fall 1996 36-49
Roeske, Paulette Mrs. Blake Requests Her Portrait [poem] 24.4 spring 1991 157
Rose, Edward J. The 1839 Wilkinson Edition of Blake’s Songs in Transcendental America 4.3 winter 1970-71 79-81
  The Meaning of Los 1.3 Dec. 1967 10-11
Rosenfeld, Alvin H. “A Lot He Knew” 1.3 Dec. 1967 3-5
  A Yiddish Poem on Blake 2.1 June 1968 9
Roti, Grant C., and Donald L. Kent The Last Stanza of Blake’s “London” 11.1 summer 1977 19-21
Rubinstein, Chris William Blake: A Man without Marx . . . ? [response to review of Bronowski by John Vice in 26.4] 27.3 winter 1993-94 75
Ryan, Robert M. “Poisonous Blue” 7.4 spring 1974 87, 89

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AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
Salemi, Joseph S. Emblematic Tradition in Blake’s The Gates of Paradise 15.3 winter 1981-82 108-24
Sanzo, Eileen Blake’s Beulah and Beulah Hill, Surrey 9.2 fall 1975 46
Schiff, Gert The Night of Enitharmon’s Joy [catalogue entry] 36.1 summer 2002 38-39
Schotz, Myra Glazer On the Frontispiece of The Four Zoas 10.4 spring 1977 126-27
Schuchard, Marsha Keith Blake’s Healing Trio: Magnetism, Medicine, and Mania 23.1 summer 1989 20-32
  The Secret Masonic History of Blake’s Swedenborg Society 26.2 fall 1992 40-51
  Young William Blake and the Moravian Tradition of Visionary Art 40.3 winter 2006-07 84-100
See also Davies, Keri, and Marsha Keith Schuchard        
Scrivener, Michael A Swedenborgian Visionary and The Marriage of Heaven and Hell 21.3 winter 1987-88 102-04
Shaddock, David Nobodaddy Wakes from His Slumber [poem] 38.3 winter 2004-05 119
Shiff, Abraham Samuel Blake’s Hebrew Calligraphy 46.2 fall 2012 34 pars.
  Blake’s Priestly Blessing: God Blesses Job 47.3 winter 2013-14 29 pars.
  Blake’s Priestly Blessing: God Blesses Job—Postscript 50.2 fall 2016 3 pars.
Shroyer, R. J. Blake’s Copy of Lavater’s Aphorisms on Man: A Correction of G. E. Bentley, Jr., Blake Books 13.2 fall 1979 108
  Mr. Jacko “Knows What Riding Is” in 1785: Dating Blake’s Island in the Moon 12.4 spring 1979 250-56
  The 1788 Publication Date of Lavater’s Aphorisms on Man 11.1 summer 1977 23-26
Simpson, David Blake’s Pastoral: A Genesis for “The Ecchoing Green” 13.3 winter 1979-80 116-38
  Which Newton for the British Library? 28.2 fall 1994 77-78
Singer, Ian Blake Books, for G. E. Bentley, Jr. [poem] 32.4 spring 1999 150
Singh, Charu Sheel Reply to Mary V. Jackson [review in 18.2] 21.1 summer 1987 14-15
Skretkowicz, Victor, Jr. J. Deffett Francis: The Swansea Blakes 3.3 Dec. 1969 52-54
Slowiková, Marta
See
Dörrbecker, Detlef W., and Marta Slowiková
       
Spector, Sheila A. Blake’s Graphic Use of Hebrew 37.2 fall 2003 63-79
  Blake’s Graphic Use of Hebrew [corrigenda] 37.3 winter 2003-04 111
  Frye’s Mistreatment of the Archetype 50.2 fall 2016 34 pars.
  Kabbalistic Sources—Blake’s and His Critics’ 17.3 winter 1983-84 84-101
  The Reasons for “Urizen” 21.4 spring 1988 147-49
  Sources and Etymologies of Blake’s “Tirzah” 23.4 spring 1990 176-83
Srigley, Michael The Sickness of Blake’s Rose 26.1 summer 1992 4-8
Stallworthy, Jon In Memory of Geoffrey Keynes, Kt., Late of Lammas House, 1887-1982 [poem] 17.2 fall 1983 61
Stauffer, Andrew M. Blake’s Poison Trees 35.2 fall 2001 36-39
Stemmler, Joan K. Cennino, Cumberland, Blake and Early Painting Techniques 17.4 spring 1984 145-49
  “Undisturbed above once in a Lustre”: Francis Douce, George Cumberland and William Blake at the Bodleian Library and Ashmolean Museum 26.1 summer 1992 9-18
Stevenson, W. H. Blake and William Frend 3.1 June 1969 19-20
  Blake’s Advent Birthday 40.1 summer 2006 45
  “Death’s Door” 4.2 fall 1970 49
  [Druids in Annandale; Flaxman’s Parson] 1.1 June 1967 9
  [Dura; Countess of Egremont; Cratetos] 1.1 June 1967 7
  The Sound of “Holy Thursday” 36.4 spring 2003 137-40
  Two Problems in The Four Zoas 1.3 Dec. 1967 13-16
  Two Problems in The Four Zoas [continued] 1.4 March 1968 6-8
Stevenson, Warren “Are there fairies still in London?” [poem] 2.2 Sept. 1968 34
  Bifocal [poem] 13.1 summer 1979 39
  Blake at the Winter Solstice [poem] 32.4 spring 1999 149
  Cold Colloquy [poem] 39.1 summer 2005 54
  Discussion [response to David Simpson on Paolozzi’s Newton in 28.2] 29.1 summer 1995 24-25
  [Hayley and Smart’s Jubilate Agne] 2.1 June 1968 14
  The Image of Canada in Blake’s America a Prophecy 27.3 winter 1993-94 72-74
  LOCK/LUCK (for Barry Lord) [poem] 22.4 spring 1989 145
  On Blake’s Painting of Jesus and the Woman Taken in Adultery [poem] 19.4 spring 1986 150
Storch, Margaret Blake and Women: A Reply to Nelson Hilton [review in 25.4] 26.4 spring 1993 161
Strickland, Edward John Dennis and Blake’s Guinea Sun 14.1 summer 1980 36
Sturrock, June “What have I to do with thee?” 28.3 winter 1994-95 89-91
Summerfield, H. Blake and the Names Divine 15.1 summer 1981 14-22
Sung, Mei-Ying New Information about William Blake’s Pre-Publication Proofs of His Job Engravings 49.2 fall 2015 19 pars.

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AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
Tayler, Edward W.; Everett C. Frost The Source of “Bring out number, weight & measure in a year of dearth” 5.3 winter 1971-72 213
Tayler, Irene [Blake’s Illustrations to Thomas Gray] 1.2 Oct. 1967 6
  Blake’s Laocoön 10.3 winter 1976-77 72-81
Taylor, Dena Bain The Deterioration of the 1951 Blake Trust Jerusalem 23.2 fall 1989 75-78
  A Note on William Blake and the Druids of Primrose Hill 17.3 winter 1983-84 104-05
  The Visual Context of “Joseph of Arimathea among the Rocks of Albion” 20.2 fall 1986 47-48
Taylor, Peter Alan Blake’s Text for the Enoch Drawings 7.4 spring 1974 82-86
Taylor, Ron A Checklist of Recent Blake Scholarship 8.4 spring 1975 146-58
Tener, Robert H. The Authorship of the Spectator Review of Gilchrist 13.1 summer 1979 33-35
Thompson, Raymond E. The “Double”of the Double Portrait of Blake: A Description of Tatham’s Replica Portrait 13.1 summer 1979 29-32
Thompson, Shawn Thanks Newton [poem] 13.2 fall 1979 105
Todd, Ruthven Blake’s Copy of Dante 4.2 fall 1970 49-50
  The Bohn Catalogue and James Vine 4.4 spring 1971 149
  [“Exhibiting my two Pictures”] 2.3 Dec. 1968 58
  “Poisonous Blues” and Other Pigments 14.1 summer 1980 31-34
  A Projected New Edition of the Gilchrist-Todd Life of Blake 1.4 March 1968 11
  A Recollection of George Richmond by His Grandson 6.1 summer 1972 24
  The Rev. Dr. John Trusler (1735-1820) 6.3 winter 1972-73 71
  Revising Edition of Gilchrist’s Life 2.2 Sept. 1968 25-28
  [Songs Facsimile] 2.1 June 1968 14
  A Tentative Note on the Economics of The Canterbury Pilgrims 11.1 summer 1977 30-31
  Two Blake Prints and Two Fuseli Drawings with Some Possibly Pertinent Speculations 5.3 winter 1971-72 173-81
Tolley, Michael J. The Allegorical Female Figure: She Cometh with Clouds [response to Christopher Heppner in 20.1] 20.3 winter 1986-87 101-02
  The Auckland Fuselis 3.3 Dec. 1969 51-52
  Blake’s Debt to Pope 2.4 April 1969 62-64
  Hilton under the Hill: Other Dreamers 23.4 spring 1990 201-03
  Jerusalem 12: 25-29—Some Questions Answered 4.1 Aug. 1970 3-6
  John Todhunter: A Forgotten Debt to Blake 8.1-2 summer-fall 1974 15-16
  Remarks on “The Tyger” [with response by Morton D. Paley] 1.2 Oct. 1967 10-14
  Some Analogues or Sources 1.4 March 1968 9
  “Thel’s Motto”: Likely and Unlikely Sources [response to Michael Ferber in 9.2] 10.1 summer 1976 35-36
  Three Bibliographical Additions 2.1 June 1968 10
Toomey, Deirdre The States of Plate 25 of Jerusalem 6.2 fall 1972 46-48
See also Paley, Morton D., and Deirdre Toomey        
Townsend, Joyce H., Bronwyn Ormsby, Julia Jönsson, and Mark Evans Blake’s Only Surviving Palette? 39.2 fall 2005 100-03
Trawick, Leonard Nature and Art in Milton: Afterthoughts on the 1973 MLA Seminar 7.3 winter 1973-74 67-68
Tsuji, Amy Recent Blake Publications 1.1 June 1967 2-4
Tyson, G. P. An Early Allusion to Blake 9.2 fall 1975 43

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AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
Ullrich, David W. Deciphering Blake’s “The Angel that presided o’er my birth” 46.3 winter 2012-13 25 pars.

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AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
Van Kleeck, Justin A Bibliography for the Study of VALA/The Four Zoas 41.3 winter 2007-08 100-24
  Blake’s Four . . . “Zoa’s”? 39.1 summer 2005 38-43
  “mark ye the points” (Jerusalem pl. 83) 39.4 spring 2006 190-91
  “Tenderness & Love Not Uninspird”: Blake’s Re-Vision of Sentimentalism in The Four Zoas 39.2 fall 2005 60-77
Viscomi, Joseph Blake in the Marketplace 1852: Thomas Butts, Jr., and Other Unknown Nineteenth-Century Blake Collectors 29.2 fall 1995 40-68
  Blake’s “Annus Mirabilis”: The Productions of 1795 41.2 fall 2007 52-83
  Blake’s “Annus Mirabilis”: The Productions of 1795 [corrigendum] 41.3 winter 2007-08 135
  A Breach in a City the Morning after the Battle: Lost or Found? 28.2 fall 1994 44-61
  Facsimile or Forgery? An Examination of America, Plates 4 and 9, Copy B 16.4 spring 1983 219-23
  A “Green House” for Butts? New Information on Thomas Butts, His Residences, and Family 30.1 summer 1996 4-21
  The Myth of Commissioned Illuminated Books: George Romney, Isaac D’Israeli, and “ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY designs . . . of Blake’s” 23.2 fall 1989 48-74
  Recreating Blake’s Illuminated Prints: The Facsimiles of the Manchester Etching Workshop 19.1 summer 1985 4-23
  William Blake’s “The Phoenix / to Mrs Butts” Redux 29.1 summer 1995 12-15
See also Essick, Robert N., and Joseph Viscomi        
See also Robson, Lane, and Joseph Viscomi        
Vultee, Denise Apollonian Elephant? 30.1 summer 1996 22

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AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
Ward, Aileen Building Jerusalem: Composition and Chronology 39.4 spring 2006 183-85
  Canterbury Revisited: The Blake-Cromek Controversy 22.3 winter 1988-89 80-92
  Reply to G. E. Bentley, Jr. [in 41.4] 41.4 spring 2008 166-67
  Who Was Robert Blake? 28.3 winter 1994-95 84-89
Ward, Marney Copy N of the Songs 5.3 winter 1971-72 214
Wardle, Judith The Influence of Wynne’s Emblems on Blake 9.2 fall 1975 46-47
Warner, Janet Blake and English Printed Textiles 6.4 spring 1973 84-92
  A Contemporary Reference to Blake 9.4 spring 1976 122
  James Vine 4.3 winter 1970-71 106-07
Warner, Nicholas O. Blake’s Moon-Ark Symbolism 14.2 fall 1980 44-59
  Shaw, Tolstoy and Blake’s Russian Reputation 17.3 winter 1983-84 102-04
  Visual Analogues to Blake’s “The Dog” 18.3 winter 1984-85 140-43
Watarai, Kazumitsu A Bibliography of William Blake in Japan, 1969-1977 12.3 winter 1978-79 198-201
See also Minnick, Thomas L., with the assistance of Detlef W. Dörrbecker and Kazumitsu Watarai        
Weber, Dwight E. William Blake’s Visions of the Daughters of Albion: A Poem Based on Doubt 12.3 winter 1978-79 203-04
Weinglass, D. H. Henry Fuseli’s Letter of Enquiry to Paris on Behalf of Mary Wollstonecraft’s Sister, Everina 21.4 spring 1988 144-46
Welch, Dennis M. America and Atlantis: Blake’s Ambivalent Millennialism 6.2 fall 1972 50
  Blake’s Response to Wollstonecraft’s Original Stories 13.1 summer 1979 4-15
Wellens, Oskar A Dutch Bibliophile Edition of The Marriage of Heaven and Hell (1928) 37.3 winter 2003-04 104-07
White, Harry Blake and the Mills of Induction 10.4 spring 1977 109-12
  Blake’s Resolution to the War
between Science and Philosophy
39.3 winter 2005-06 108-25
  Cruel Holiness and Honest Virtue in the Works of William Blake 40.2 fall 2006 52-65
Whitehead, Angus “another, but far more amiable enthusiast”: References to Catherine and William Blake in the Literary Gazette and La Belle Assemblée (1830) 46.4 spring 2013 4 pars.
  “a bite”: The First Published Reference to Blake’s Ghost of a Flea? 49.3 winter 2015–16 7 pars.
  “an excellent saleswoman”: The Last Years of Catherine Blake 45.3 winter 2011-12 76-90
  A Further Reference to William Blake in the Letters of Charlotte Smith 43.2 fall 2009 78
 

“I also beg Mr Blakes acceptance of my wearing apparel”: The Will of Henry Banes, Landlord of 3 Fountain Court, Strand, the Last Residence of William and Catherine Blake

39.2 fall 2005 78-99
  Mark and Eleanor Martin, the Blakes’ French Fellow Inhabitants at 17 South Molton Street, 1805-21 43.3 winter 2009-10 84-95
  “Mr CLAY of Hercules Buildings” 45.4 spring 2012 143-44
  “Mrs Chetwynd & her Brother” and “Mr. Chetwynd” 42.2 fall 2008 75-78
  “this extraordinary performance”: William Blake’s Use of Gold and Silver in the Creation of His Paintings and Illuminated Books 42.3 winter 2008-09 84-108
  “Visions of Blake, the Artist”: An Early Reference to William Blake in the Times 41.1 summer 2007 46-47
See also Crosby, Mark, Troy Patenaude, and Angus Whitehead        
Wilkie, Brian
See Johnson, Mary Lynn, and Brian Wilkie
       
Wills, James T. An Additional Drawing for Blake’s Bunyan Series 6.3 winter 1972-73 62-67
Wilton, Andrew A Fan Design by Blake 7.3 winter 1973-74 60-63
Witke, Joanne [Suggested Textual Emendation to Jerusalem 43: 28] 2.4 April 1969 68
Wittreich, Joseph A., Jr. A Bibliographical Note 2.1 June 1968 13-14
  Further Observations on William Rossetti’s Annotations to Gilchrist’s Life of Blake 3.3 Dec. 1969 48-51
  A Note on Blake and Fuseli 3.1 June 1969 3-4
  A Note on Blake and Milton 2.2 Sept. 1968 17-18
See also Curran, Stuart, and Joseph Anthony Wittreich, Jr.        
Wood, Marcus A Caricature Source for One of Blake’s Illustrations to Hayley’s Ballads 24.1 summer 1990 31-32
Worrall, David Blake’s Derbyshire: A Visionary Locale in Jerusalem 11.1 summer 1977 34-35
  William Bryan, Another Anti-Swedenborgian Visionary Engraver of 1789 34.1 summer 2000 14-22
Wright, John W. Blake’s Relief-Etching Method 9.4 spring 1976 94-114
  Toward Recovering Blake’s Relief-Etching Process 7.2 fall 1973 32-39
Wright, Julia M. “Empire is no More”: Odin and Orc in America 26.1 summer 1992 26-29
Wright, Warren Keith The Scholars and a Grain of Sand 16.4 spring 1983 225

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AuthorTitleVolumeYearPages
Yoder, R. Paul Not from Troy, but Jerusalem: Blake’s Canon Revision 31.1 summer 1997 17-21
Young, Michael C.
See Essick, Robert N., and Michael C. Young
       


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ReviewerAuthor/TitleVolumeYearPages
Adams, Hazard Stuart Curran and Joseph Anthony Wittreich, Jr., eds., Blake’s Sublime Allegory: Essays on The Four Zoas, Milton, and Jerusalem 7.3 winter 1973-74 69-72
  Morris Eaves, William Blake’s Theory of Art 17.3 winter 1983-84 107-11
  Kathleen Raine, From Blake to A Vision 15.4 spring 1982 187-88
Alter, Robert Northrop Frye, The Great Code: The Bible and Literature 17.1 summer 1983 20-22
Anderson, Daniel Gustav Subir Dhar, Burning Bright: William Blake and the Poetry of Imagination 37.4 spring 2004 149-50
Ankarsjö, Magnus Blake Society Annual Lecture, 28 November 2006: Patti Smith at St. James’s Church, Piccadilly 41.1 summer 2007 44-45
Antippas, Andy P. Thomas A. Vogler, Preludes to Vision: The Epic Venture in Blake, Wordsworth, Keats, and Hart Crane 6.1 summer 1972 34-36
  Joseph Anthony Wittreich, Jr., The Romantics on Milton: Formal Essays and Critical Asides 6.2 fall 1972 55
Atkins, Stuart Martin Bidney, Blake and Goethe: Psychology, Ontology, Imagination 24.3 winter 1990-91 99-101

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ReviewerAuthor/TitleVolumeYearPages
Baine, Rodney M. Robert D. Denham, Northrop Frye: An Annotated Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Sources 23.2 fall 1989 88
Beer, John Geoffrey Keynes, ed., William Blake, The Marriage of Heaven and Hell 11.1 summer 1977 42-44
Behrendt, Stephen C. Vincent Carretta, George III and the Satirists from Hogarth to Byron 25.2 fall 1991 82-86
  Gerda S. Norvig, Dark Figures in the Desired Country: Blake’s Illustrations to The Pilgrim’s Progress 29.1 summer 1995 25-29
  William L. Pressly, The Artist as Original Genius 43.2 fall 2009 66-69
  Eleanor Wilner, Gathering the Winds: Visionary Imagination and Radical Transformation of Self and Society 10.3 winter 1976-77 91-93
Bennett, Shelley M. Raymond Lister, George Richmond: A Critical Biography; William L. Pressly, The Life and Art of James Barry 17.1 summer 1983 22-24
  Raymond Lister, The Paintings of Samuel Palmer; Raymond Lister, The Paintings of William Blake 22.1 summer 1988 20-21
Bentley, Elizabeth B. Michael Bedard, William Blake: The Gates of Paradise 41.2 fall 2007 91
  Nancy Willard, A Visit to William Blake’s Inn: Poems for Innocent and Experienced Travelers 17.1 summer 1983 35-37
Bentley, G. E., Jr. Shelley M. Bennett, Thomas Stothard: The Mechanisms of Art Patronage in England circa 1800 23.4 spring 1990 205-09
  David Bindman, ed., assisted by Deirdre Toomey, The Complete Graphic Works of William Blake 14.3 winter 1980-81 161-63
  Blake as Craftsman and Artist: Two Exhibitions in Tokyo [William Blake, Japan Folk Crafts Museum, 1990; William Blake, National Museum of Western Art, 1990] 26.4 spring 1993 168-70
  The Blake Exhibition at Tate Britain, 9 November 2000-11 February 2001, and at the Metropolitan Museum, 27 March-24 June 2001, and Their Catalogues 36.2 fall 2002 64-66
  Peter Canon-Brookes, ed., The Painted Word: British History Painting, 1750-1830 27.3 winter 1993-94 79-80
  A Catalogue of the Lawrence Lande William Blake Collection in the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections of the McGill University Libraries 21.1 summer 1987 33-34
  H. T. Dickinson, ed., The Political Works of Thomas Spence 17.4 spring 1984 172-74
  Robert N. Essick, The Works of William Blake in the Huntington Collections: A Complete Catalogue 21.3 winter 1987-88 114-16
  Donald Fitch, Blake Set to Music: A Bibliography of Musical Settings of the Poems and Prose of William Blake 30.1 summer 1996 25-31
  Peter Isaac, William Bulmer: The Fine Printer in Context 1757-1830 31.3 winter 1997-98 94-97
  Geoffrey Keynes, ed., The Letters of William Blake with Related Documents, 3rd ed. 15.3 winter 1981-82 138-39
  Geoffrey Keynes and Peter Davidson, eds., A Watch of Nightingales 17.1 summer 1983 32-35
  Bo Lindberg, William Blake’s Illustrations to the Book of Job 8.4 spring 1975 125-26
  David Linnell, Blake, Palmer, Linnell and Co.: The Life of John Linnell 33.1 summer 1999 21-23
  Michael Phillips, ed., William Blake, An Island in the Moon 22.3 winter 1988-89 103-05
  Poetry of William Blake [Borrower's Press, 1978] 15.3 winter 1981-82 148
  Richard Price and Sally Price, eds., John Gabriel Stedman, Narrative of a Five Years Expedition against the Revolted Negroes of Surinam 24.1 summer 1990 37-43
  Wendy Wassyng Roworth, ed., Angelica Kauffman: A Continental Artist in Georgian England 27.4 spring 1994 130-31
  Marsha Keith Schuchard, Why Mrs Blake Cried: William Blake and the Sexual Basis of Spiritual Vision 40.4 spring 2007 150-51
  Shades of Gray. Poems of Thomas Gray with Watercolour Illustrations by William Blake [Folio Society, 2013] 48.3 winter 2014-15 10 pars.
  Gerald P. Tyson, Joseph Johnson: A Liberal Publisher 14.3 winter 1980-81 145-47
  David H. Weinglass, ed., The Collected English Letters of Henry Fuseli 18.4 spring 1985 231-34
Bidney, Martin Jacques Blondel, trans., Oeuvres IV: Vala ou les Quatre Vivants, et Annotations à divers ouvrages 23.2 fall 1989 79-80
Billington, Michael, and Morton D. Paley Tyger [theatre production by Adrian Mitchell, 1971] 5.3 winter 1971-72 209-10
Bindman, David Robert N. Essick, William Blake’s Relief Inventions 14.2 fall 1980 106-07
  Ruthven Todd, William Blake the Artist 5.3 winter 1971-72 210-11
Birien, Anne François Piquet, Blake and the Sacred 34.1 summer 2000 29-32
Bogan, James John Beer, William Blake 18.3 winter 1984-85 151-52
Boyette, Purvis E. Joseph Anthony Wittreich, Jr., Angel of Apocalypse: Blake’s Idea of Milton 10.3 winter 1976-77 88-89
Bracher, Mark Terence Allan Hoagwood, Prophecy and the Philosophy of Mind: Traditions of Blake and Shelley 21.3 winter 1987-88 108-14
Briggs, Katharine M. John Adlard, The Sports of Cruelty: Fairies, Folk-Songs, Charms, and Other Country Matters in the Work of William Blake 7.1 summer 1973 22-23
Bruder, Helen P. William Blake and the Regeneration of London [conference, London, 1991] 27.1 summer 1993 26
Butlin, Martin David Bindman, ed., William Blake’s Illustrations to the Book of Job; David Bindman, ed., Colour Versions of William Blake’s Book of Job Designs from the Circle of John Linnell 22.3 winter 1988-89 105-10
  Blake e Dante [exhibition, Abruzzo, 1983] 17.4 spring 1984 160-61
  The British Neo-Romantics, 1935-1950 [exhibition held at Fischer Fine Art Ltd. and the National Museum of Wales, 1983] 17.4 spring 1984 162-64
Byrd, Max Richard B. Schwartz, Daily Life in Johnson’s London 19.3 winter 1985-86 110-11

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ReviewerAuthor/TitleVolumeYearPages
Callahan, Patrick J. John Beer, Blake’s Humanism 2.4 April 1969 69-70
Capet, Antoine Blake at Work Exhibition, Tate Britain [2004] 38.3 winter 2004-05 115-19
Carr, Stephen Leo W. J. T. Mitchell, ed., The Language of Images 18.1 summer 1984 35-38
Chayes, Irene H. John Beer, Blake’s Visionary Universe 4.3 winter 1970-71 87-90
  Deborah Dorfman, Blake in the Nineteenth Century: His Reputation as a Poet from Gilchrist to Yeats 3.4 May 1970 91-94
  Thomas R. Frosch, The Awakening of Albion: The Renovation of the Body in the Poetry of William Blake 8.4 spring 1975 114-15
Cieszkowski, Krzysztof Z. Joëlle Abitbol, trans., William Blake, The Everlasting Gospel/L’évangile éternel 16.2 fall 1982 128-29
Clark, David L. Angela Esterhammer, Creating States: Studies in the Performative Language of John Milton and William Blake 31.1 summer 1997 29-34
Clark, Stephen Harvey Birenbaum, Between Blake and Nietzsche: The Reality of Culture 29.2 fall 1995 68-70
Connolly, Tristanne Sibylle Erle, Blake, Lavater and Physiognomy 47.4 spring 2014 9 pars.
  Laura Quinney, William Blake on Self and Soul 45.3 winter 2011-12 90-91
Cox, Stephen [D.] Vincent Arthur De Luca, Words of Eternity: Blake and the Poetics of the Sublime 26.2 fall 1992 52-57
  Jeanne Moskal, Blake, Ethics, and Forgiveness 29.3 winter 1995-96 97-102
Crafton, Lisa Plummer Steven Blakemore, Burke and the Fall of Language: The French Revolution as Linguistic Event 24.3 winter 1990-91 102-03
Crosby, Mark G. E. Bentley, Jr., William Blake in the Desolate Market 50.2 fall 2016 7 pars.
Curran, Stuart Kay Parkhurst Easson and Roger R. Easson, eds., The Book of Urizen 14.3 winter 1980-81 138-43

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ReviewerAuthor/TitleVolumeYearPages
Davies, Keri “The Genitals are Beauty” [exhibition, London, 1994] 29.3 winter 1995-96 102-03
De Luca, V. A. Blake: Innocence and Experience [play by Elliott Hayes, Stratford Festival of Canada, 1983] 17.4 spring 1984 161-62
  Minna Doskow, William Blake’s Jerusalem: Structure and Meaning in Poetry and Picture 18.1 summer 1984 56-58
  Peter Otto, Constructive Vision and Visionary Deconstruction: Los, Eternity, and the Productions of Time in the Later Poetry of William Blake 27.1 summer 1993 27-29
  Morton D. Paley, The Continuing City: William Blake’s Jerusalem 19.2 fall 1985 76-79
  Warren Stevenson, The Myth of the Golden Age in English Romantic Poetry 17.1 summer 1983 32
Dillingham, Thomas Finn Coren, The Blake Project: Spring, with an Appendix [CDs] 32.2 fall 1998 49-50
Di Salvo, Jackie William Bolcom, Songs of Innocence and of Experience, A Musical Illumination of the Poems of William Blake [performance, New York, 1987] 21.4 spring 1988 152-57
Dörrbecker, Detlef W. Blake Goes German: A Critical Review of Exhibitions in Hamburg and Frankfurt, 1975 11.1 summer 1977 44-49
  David V. Erdman, John E. Grant, Edward J. Rose, and Michael J. Tolley, eds., William Blake’s Designs for Edward Young’s Night Thoughts: A Complete Edition 16.2 fall 1982 130-39
  Robert N. Essick, William Blake’s Commercial Book Illustrations: A Catalogue and Study of the Plates Engraved by Blake after Designs by Other Artists 28.3 winter 1994-95 103-10
  Fuseli, the Swiss, and the British: Some Recent Publications 15.1 summer 1981 53-56
  Joachim J. Scholz, Blake and Novalis: A Comparison of Romanticism’s High Arguments 17.3 winter 1983-84 111-14
Veils, Infinity, a Roof, and “One thought” in Contemporary Art: A Note on Four Exhibitions 30.3 winter 1996-97 82-86

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ReviewerAuthor/TitleVolumeYearPages
Eaves, Morris Benjamin DeMott, Blake and Manchild [audio recording] 6.1 summer 1972 25-26
  Allen Ginsberg, Allen Ginsberg/William Blake: Songs of Innocence and [of] Experience [audio recording] 4.3 winter 1970-71 90-103
  On Reflection: Adrian Mitchell on William Blake [film]; Catharine Hughes, ed., The Clouded Hills: Selections from William Blake 8.4 spring 1975 139-40
  Abby Robinson, The Dick and Jane 21.1 summer 1987 37-41
  Janet Warner, John Sutherland, and Robert Wallace, prod. and dir., America and Visions of the Daughters of Albion [videotapes] 7.1 summer 1973 20-23
Edwards, Gavin David Simpson, Irony and Authority in Romantic Poetry 15.4 spring 1982 179-83
Egerton, Judy David Bindman, ed., John Flaxman [exhibition catalogue] 14.1 summer 1980 22-30
England, Martha W. Donald Davie, A Gathered Church: The Literature of the English Dissenting Interest, 1700-1930 12.3 winter 1978-79 215-17
Erdman, David V. America, Everyone? [American Blake Foundation and Blake Newsletter facsimiles] 9.4 spring 1976 123-26
  Donald D. Ault, Visionary Physics: Blake’s Response to Newton 8.4 spring 1975 128-30
  Martin Butlin et al., William Blake and His Circle; G. E. Bentley, Jr., Blake Records Supplement; David Wells, A Study of William Blake’s Letters 25.2 fall 1991 81-82
Erle, Sibylle Roger Lüdeke, Zur Schreibkunst von William Blake: Ästhetische Souveränität und politische Imagination 50.4 spring 2017 19 pars.
  Susan Matthews, Blake, Sexuality and Bourgeois Politeness 48.2 fall 2014 8 pars.
  Colin Trodd, Visions of Blake: William Blake in the Art World 1830–1930 49.3 winter 2015–16 11 pars.
  David Weir, Brahma in the West: William Blake and the Oriental Renaissance 38.4 spring 2005 157-59
  What New Is There to Learn from Old Familiars? Burning Bright: William Blake and the Art of the Book, John Rylands Library, University of Manchester, 8 February–23 June 2013 48.3 winter 2014-15 11 pars.
Essick, Robert N. David Alexander and Richard T. Godfrey, Painters and Engraving: The Reproductive Print from Hogarth to Wilkie [exhibition and catalogue, 1980] 14.4 spring 1981 220-23
  G. E. Bentley, Jr., Blake Books 11.3 winter 1977-78 178-99
  G. E. Bentley, Jr., The Blake Collection of Mrs. Landon K. Thorne 6.1 summer 1972 26-28
  Martin Butlin, The Paintings and Drawings of William Blake 16.1 summer 1982 22-65
  Martin Butlin, ed., William Blake’s Watercolour Inventions in Illustration of The Grave by Robert Blair; William Blake, Songs of Innocence and of Experience, a Portfolio of Eighteen Facsimile Impressions (Flying Horse Editions) 44.3 winter 2010-11 103-10
  Martin Butlin and Ted Gott, William Blake in the Collection of the National Gallery of Victoria 25.2 fall 1991 94-96
  David V. Erdman, ed., with the assistance of Donald K. Moore, The Notebook of William Blake 8.4 spring 1975 132-36
  John Heath, The Heath Family Engravers 1779-1878 28.2 fall 1994 67-71
  Geoffrey Keynes, ed., The Note-Book of William Blake Called the Rossetti Manuscript 4.4 spring 1971 142-44
  Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience (Manchester Etching Workshop, 1983) 19.1 summer 1985 39-51
Esterhammer, Angela Stephen Cox, Love and Logic: The Evolution of Blake’s Thought 27.3 winter 1993-94 84-86
  D. W. Dörrbecker, Konvention und Innovation: Eigenes und Entliehenes in der Bildform bei William Blake und in der britischen Kunst seiner Zeit 27.3 winter 1993-94 76-77
  Thomas Eichhorn, trans., William Blake, Zwischen Feuer und Feuer: Poetische Werke; Hans-Ulrich Möhring, trans., William Blake, Milton: Ein Gedicht 33.1 summer 1999 24-27

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ReviewerAuthor/TitleVolumeYearPages
Ferber, Michael Morris Eaves, Robert N. Essick, and Joseph Viscomi, eds., William Blake: The Early Illuminated Books 29.3 winter 1995-96 88-90
  David V. Erdman, Commerce des Lumières: John Oswald and the British in Paris, 1790-1793 22.1 summer 1988 26-28
  Peter Marshall, William Blake: Visionary Anarchist 24.1 summer 1990 46
  Jennifer Davis Michael, Blake and the City 41.3 winter 2007-08 125-26
  Nicholas M. Williams, Ideology and Utopia in the Poetry of William Blake 32.3 winter 1998-99 81-84
Ferreira, Michelle William Blake (1757-1827): Visiones en el arte británico, CaixaForum Madrid, 4 July-21 October 2012 47.2 fall 2013 13 pars.
Fine, Ruth E. Martin Butlin, William Blake [Tate Gallery exhibition catalogue, 1978] 12.1 summer 1978 42-55
  William Blake: His Art and Times [exhibition, Yale Center for British Art, 1982; Art Gallery of Ontario, 1982-83] 16.4 spring 1983 226-32
  William Blake: The Painter as Poet [exhibition, Adelphi University, 1977] 11.2 fall 1977 110-14
Fischer, Michael Robert D. Denham, Northrop Frye: Religious Visionary and Architect of the Spiritual World 39.4 spring 2006 187-89
  Northrop Frye, The Secular Scripture: A Study of the Structure of Romance; Northrop Frye, Spiritus Mundi 11.4 spring 1978 276-83
  Mary Lynn Johnson and John E. Grant, eds., Blake’s Poetry and Designs 14.4 spring 1981 215-16
  Jerome J. McGann, The Romantic Ideology: A Critical Investigation 18.3 winter 1984-85 152-55
  Jerome J. McGann, Social Values and Poetic Acts 23.1 summer 1989 32-39
  Jerome J. McGann, Towards a Literature of Knowledge 24.3 winter 1990-91 103-06
  Thomas Weiskel, The Romantic Sublime: Studies in the Structure and Psychology of Transcendence 10.3 winter 1976-77 93-95
Flores, Cristina Fernando Castanedo, ed. and trans., William Blake, Una isla en la luna 50.3 winter 2016-17 4 pars.
Fox, Christopher R. D. Stock, The Holy and the Daemonic from Sir Thomas Browne to William Blake 18.3 winter 1984-85 144-46
Fox, Susan Michael Davis, William Blake: A New Kind of Man 11.4 spring 1978 289-90
  David E. James, Written Within and Without: A Study of Blake’s Milton 13.1 summer 1979 52-54
Freed, Eugenie R. Barbara Lachman, Voices for Catherine Blake: A Gathering 36.4 spring 2003 149-51
  Janet Warner, Other Sorrows, Other Joys: The Marriage of Catherine Sophia Boucher and William Blake: A Novel 40.2 fall 2006 75-79
Freedman, Linda Christopher Rowland, Blake and the Bible 47.1 summer 2013 6 pars.
Freeman, Kathryn James Rovira, Blake and Kierkegaard: Creation and Anxiety 45.3 winter 2011-12 101-02
Frosch, Thomas R. Tristanne J. Connolly, William Blake and the Body 38.3 winter 2004-05 102-07
  W. J. T. Mitchell, Blake’s Composite Art: A Study of the Illuminated Poetry 13.1 summer 1979 40-48
  Simon Stuart, New Phoenix Wings: Reparation in Literature 14.4 spring 1981 224-28
Frost, Everett C. Job [television production of ballet] 12.2 fall 1978 155-58
Frykman, Erik Göran Malmqvist, ed. and trans., En Ö på Månen [An Island in the Moon] 14.4 spring 1981 217-18
Fuller, David Morton D. Paley, The Traveller in the Evening: The Last Works of William Blake 39.3 winter 2005-06 140-43

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ReviewerAuthor/TitleVolumeYearPages
Gamer, Michael, Paul Wayne Rodney, and Nanora Sweet David Simpson, Romanticism, Nationalism, and the Revolt against Theory 30.1 summer 1996 23-25
Gill, A. A. English File, Poetry Backpack: William Blake [BBC television program, 1997] 31.2 fall 1997 71
Gleckner, Robert F. Jackie Di Salvo, War of Titans: Blake’s Critique of Milton and the Politics of Religion 19.4 spring 1986 146-50
  Kenneth Gross, Spenserian Poetics: Idolatry, Iconoclasm, and Magic 21.1 summer 1987 19-21
  Fred Kaplan, Miracles of Rare Device: The Poet’s Sense of Self in Nineteenth-Century Poetry 6.4 spring 1973 99-101
  Josephine Miles, Poetry and Change 9.4 spring 1976 133-36
  Janet A. Warner, Blake and the Language of Art 24.2 fall 1990 65-67
Goldsmith, Steven Thomas J. J. Altizer, History as Apocalypse 20.4 spring 1987 154-57
Goldstein, Laurence Michael G. Cooke, The Romantic Will 11.4 spring 1978 284-87
Goslee, Nancy Moore Dee Drake, Searing Apparent Surfaces: Infernal Females in Four Early Works of William Blake 37.4 spring 2004 144-48
  Matthew J. A. Green, Visionary Materialism in the Early Works of William Blake: The Intersection of Enthusiasm and Empiricism 43.3 winter 2009-10 100-04
Gourlay, Alexander S. Hazard Adams, Blake’s Margins: An Interpretive Study of the Annotations 45.2 fall 2011 70-71
  Gerald E. Bentley, Jr., William Blake’s Conversations: A Compilation, Concordance, and Rhetorical Analysis 45.3 winter 2011-12 94-96
  Greg Brown, Songs of Innocence and of Experience [musical arrangement] 23.2 fall 1989 96-98
  Diana Donald, The Age of Caricature: Satirical Prints in the Reign of George III 32.3 winter 1998-99 74-76
  Robert N. Essick, ed., William Blake. Songs of Innocence and of Experience [E] 46.1 summer 2012 10 pars.
  Sarah Haggarty and Jon Mee, William Blake: Songs of Innocence and of Experience: A Reader’s Guide to Essential Criticism 50.4 spring 2017 6 pars.
  Martin Myrone, The Blake Book 43.2 fall 2009 64-65
  Michael Phillips, William Blake: The Creation of the Songs from Manuscript to Illuminated Printing 36.2 fall 2002 66-71
  William L. Pressly, James Barry’s Murals at the Royal Society of Arts: Envisioning a New Public Art 49.4 spring 2016 9 pars.
  Martin Priestman, The Poetry of Erasmus Darwin: Enlightened Spaces, Romantic Times 49.1 summer 2015 9 pars.
  Dennis M. Read, R. H. Cromek, Engraver, Editor, and Entrepreneur 46.2 fall 2012 9 pars.
  Joyce H. Townsend, ed., William Blake: The Painter at Work 39.1 summer 2005 49-54
  Joseph Viscomi, Blake and the Idea of the Book 29.1 summer 1995 31-35
  Jason Whittaker, William Blake and the Myths of Britain 34.2 fall 2000 61
  William Blake’s 1809 Exhibition, Tate Britain, 20 April-4 October 2009; Martin Myrone, ed., Seen in My Visions: A Descriptive Catalogue of Pictures 43.3 winter 2009-10 96-100
  David Worrall, ed., William Blake, The Urizen Books 32.3 winter 1998-99 76-77
Gourlay, Alexander S., and John E. Grant The Franklin Library Reproduction of Songs U 24.1 summer 1990 44-45
Grant, John E. S. Foster Damon, with a new index by Morris Eaves, A Blake Dictionary 14.3 winter 1980-81 131-35
  Morris Eaves and Michael Fischer, eds., Romanticism and Contemporary Criticism; Arden Reed, ed., Romanticism and Language 22.4 spring 1989 124-33
  Michael Ferber, The Poetry of William Blake 28.2 fall 1994 71-77
See also Gourlay, Alexander S., and John E. Grant        
Graver, Bruce Jonathan Roberts, Blake. Wordsworth. Religion. 47.3 winter 2013-14 4 pars.
Grenfell, Michael William Blake, The Marriage of Heaven and Hell [theatre production, London, 1988] 23.2 fall 1989 95-96

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ReviewerAuthor/TitleVolumeYearPages
Hagstrum, Jean H. David Bindman, Blake as an Artist 12.1 summer 1978 64-67
  Kenneth Clark, Blake and Visionary Art; Kenneth Clark, The Romantic Rebellion: Romantic versus Classic Art; Raymond Lister, British Romantic Art 8.4 spring 1975 143-44
Harding, Anthony J. Mike Westbrook, Bright as Fire [jazz recording] 15.2 fall 1981 97-98
Harper, George Mills Bryan Aubrey, Watchmen of Eternity: Blake’s Debt to Jacob Boehme 21.1 summer 1987 25-27
Harrison, Gary Clifford Siskin, The Historicity of Romantic Discourse 24.2 fall 1990 71-74
Helmstadter, Thomas H. Irene Tayler, Blake’s Illustrations to the Poems of Gray 4.4 spring 1971 140-42
Heppner, Christopher Frank Vaughan, Again to the Life of Eternity: William Blake’s Illustrations to the Poems of Thomas Gray 31.1 summer 1997 24-29
Hilton, Nelson G. E. Bentley, Jr., The Stranger from Paradise: A Biography of William Blake 37.3 winter 2003-04 107-11
  Marshall Brown, Preromanticism; G. J. Barker-Benfield, The Culture of Sensibility: Sex and Society in Eighteenth-Century Britain 28.2 fall 1994 62-64
  Helen P. Bruder, William Blake and the Daughters of Albion 32.1 summer 1998 20-23
  Laura Dabundo, ed., Encyclopedia of Romanticism; Jean Raimond and J. R. Watson, eds., A Handbook to English Romanticism 27.3 winter 1993-94 81-82
  Leopold Damrosch, Jr., Symbol and Truth in Blake’s Myth 15.4 spring 1982 192-96
  Robert N. Essick, William Blake and the Language of Adam 24.2 fall 1990 67-70
  Stanley Gardner, Blake’s Innocence and Experience Retraced 21.1 summer 1987 27-29
  Davis Grubb, Ancient Lights [fiction] 17.1 summer 1983 30-31
  Alvin Kernan, Printing Technology, Letters and Samuel Johnson 21.4 spring 1988 165-67
  Marvin D. L. Lansverk, The Wisdom of Many, the Vision of One: The Proverbs of William Blake 31.3 winter 1997-98 84-88
  Edward Larrissy, William Blake 20.2 fall 1986 66-68
  Frank Lentricchia, After the New Criticism 14.4 spring 1981 212-14
  Iain McCalman, general ed.; Jon Mee, Gillian Russell, Clara Tuite, assoc. eds., An Oxford Companion to the Romantic Age: British Culture 1776-1832 36.3 winter 2002-03 107-11
  Ronald Paulson, Representations of Revolution (1789-1820) 18.4 spring 1985 221-23
  David Punter, Blake, Hegel and Dialectic 17.4 spring 1984 164-69
  Maureen Quilligan, The Language of Allegory: Defining the Genre 14.3 winter 1980-81 135-37
  Donald H. Reiman, ed., The Garland Facsimiles of the Poetry of Erasmus Darwin 15.1 summer 1981 36-48
  Wayne C. Ripley and Justin Van Kleeck, eds., Editing and Reading Blake 45.3 winter 2011-12 92-94
  Tadeusz Sławek, The Outlined Shadow: Phenomenology, Grammatology, Blake 22.4 spring 1989 121-22
  K. E. Smith, An Analysis of William Blake’s Early Writings and Designs to 1790, Including Songs of Innocence 37.1 summer 2003 36-38
  Margaret Storch, Sons and Adversaries: Women in William Blake and D. H. Lawrence 25.4 spring 1992 171-73
Hoagwood, Terence Allan Rodney M. Baine, with the assistance of Mary R. Baine, The Scattered Portions: William Blake’s Biological Symbolism 23.1 summer 1989 39-42
  Wayne Glausser, Locke and Blake: A Conversation across the Eighteenth Century 32.3 winter 1998-99 84-85
  Morton D. Paley, ed., William Blake: Jerusalem, The Emanation of the Giant Albion 26.2 fall 1992 61-69
Hobson, Christopher Z. Sarah Haggarty and Jon Mee, eds., Blake and Conflict 45.3 winter 2011-12 96-98
Hodgson, John Lucy Newlyn, Coleridge, Wordsworth, and the Language of Allusion 22.4 spring 1989 122-24
Hoover, Suzanne R. G. E. Bentley, Jr., William Blake: The Critical Heritage 10.3 winter 1976-77 89-90
  Andrew Wright, Blake’s Job: A Commentary 6.3 winter 1972-73 75-79
Hoyer, Tim Harvey Bellin and Tom Kieffer, Blake: The Marriage of Heaven and Hell; Joseph Viscomi, dir., An Island in the Moon [videotapes] 20.2 fall 1986 68-70
Hughes, Daniel Kathleen Raine, Blake and Tradition 3.3 Dec. 1969 57-62

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ReviewerAuthor/TitleVolumeYearPages
Ima-Izumi, Yoko G. E. Bentley, Jr., Blake Studies in Japan: A Bibliography of Works on William Blake Published in Japan 1893-1993 29.3 winter 1995-96 82-88
  The Program of the International Blake Conference Blake in the Orient and the Catalogue of a Concurrent Exhibition, The Reception of Blake in Japan [2003] 38.3 winter 2004-05 109-15
Irwin, David Joseph Burke, English Art 1714-1800 12.3 winter 1978-79 212-14

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ReviewerAuthor/TitleVolumeYearPages
Jackson, Mary V. Charu Sheel Singh, The Chariot of Fire: A Study of William Blake in the Light of Hindu Thought 18.2 fall 1984 121-25
Jackson, Wallace Fredric V. Bogel, Literature and Insubstantiality in Later Eighteenth-Century England 20.2 fall 1986 57-60
  Syndy McMillen Conger, ed., Sensibility in Transformation: Creative Resistance to Sentiment from the Augustans to the Romantics 24.4 spring 1991 154-57
Jannoud, Claude [trans. Katharyn Gabriella] Pierre Leyris, William Blake: Works, vol. 1 8.4 spring 1975 121
Johnson, Mary Lynn Leonard W. Deen, Conversing in Paradise: Poetic Genius and Identity-as-Community in Blake’s Los 19.3 winter 1985-86 107-10
  Clifford Siskin, The Work of Writing: Literature and Social Change in Britain, 1700-1830 34.2 fall 2000 54-61
Jonsson, Inge Harvey F. Bellin and Darrell Ruhl, eds., Blake and Swedenborg: Opposition Is True Friendship 21.4 spring 1988 158-60
Joyce, Sarah David Thomas, dir., South Bank Show Documentary on Blake [1995] 31.3 winter 1997-98 102-03

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ReviewerAuthor/TitleVolumeYearPages
Kiely, Robert G. E. Bentley, Jr., ed., George Cumberland, The Captive of the Castle of Sennaar: An African Tale in Two Parts 27.3 winter 1993-94 82-84
Kilgore, John Alicia Ostriker, ed., William Blake: The Complete Poems 12.4 spring 1979 268-70
Kinser, Brent E. Kevin Hutchings, Songs of William Blake [CD] 43.2 fall 2009 65-66
Knowles, Claire William Blake, National Gallery of Victoria International, Melbourne, 4 April–31 August 2014, and Cathy Leahy, William Blake [exhibition catalogue] 49.1 summer 2015 8 pars.
Kostelanetz, Anne T. Frederick Cummings and Allen Staley, eds., Romantic Art in Britain: Drawings and Paintings 1760-1860 [catalogue of exhibition, Philadelphia Museum of Art; see also the note by Martin Butlin to this review in 2.2] 2.1 June 1968 4-6
See also Mellor, Anne K.        
Kroeber, Karl Stephen C. Behrendt, The Moment of Explosion: Blake and the Illustration of Milton; Edward Hodnett, Image and Text: Studies in the Illustration of English Literature 19.2 fall 1985 75
  Morris Eaves, ed., The Cambridge Companion to William Blake 38.4 spring 2005 151-54
  David Wagenknecht, Blake’s Night: William Blake and the Idea of Pastoral 8.4 spring 1975 116

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ReviewerAuthor/TitleVolumeYearPages
La Belle, Jenijoy William Blake, America: A Prophecy and Europe: A Prophecy [Dover Publications]; William Blake, Songs of Experience [Dover Publications] 19.2 fall 1985 83-84
  James Bogan and Fred Goss, eds., Sparks of Fire: Blake in a New Age 18.1 summer 1984 48-49
  R. J. Shroyer, ed., Johann Caspar Lavater, Aphorisms on Man (1788) 16.2 fall 1982 126-28
LaFrance, Margaret
See Viscomi, Joseph, with Margaret LaFrance
     
Larrissy, Edward Michael Ferber, The Social Vision of William Blake 21.1 summer 1987 41-42
  David W. Lindsay, ed., Blake: Songs of Innocence and [of] Experience; Robert F. Gleckner and Mark L. Greenberg, eds., Approaches to Teaching Blake’s Songs of Innocence and of Experience 24.3 winter 1990-91 101-02
Lincoln, Andrew Michael Farrell, Blake and the Methodists 50.2 fall 2016 11 pars.
  Tim Fulford, ed., Romanticism and Millenarianism 38.1 summer 2004 43-47
  Elliott Hayes, Blake: Innocence and Experience, dir. Valerie Doulton [theatre production, London, 1995] 29.3 winter 1995-96 97
  Cettina Tramontano Magno and David V. Erdman, The Four Zoas by William Blake: A Photographic Facsimile of the Manuscript with Commentary on the Illuminations 22.4 spring 1989 116-20
  Robert Rix, William Blake and the Cultures of Radical Christianity 43.2 fall 2009 69-71
  George Anthony Rosso, Jr., Blake’s Prophetic Workshop: A Study of The Four Zoas 29.3 winter 1995-96 95-96
  Brian Wilkie and Mary Lynn Johnson, Blake’s Four Zoas: The Design of a Dream 12.4 spring 1979 264-66
Lindberg, Bo Ossian David Bindman and Simon Baker, William Blake 1757-1827 [catalogue of exhibition, Helsinki City Art Museum, 2000] 35.4 spring 2002 132-35
  Robert N. Essick, William Blake Printmaker 15.3 winter 1981-82 140-48
  Jack Lindsay, William Blake: His Life and Work 14.3 winter 1980-81 164-74
  Carl-Johan Malmberg, Stjärnan i foten. Dikt och bild, bok och tanke hos William Blake 48.3 winter 2014-15 14 pars.
  Kathleen Raine, The Human Face of God: William Blake and the Book of Job 19.4 spring 1986 151-55
Linkin, Harriet Molly Anne Rothenberg, Rethinking Blake’s Textuality 29.3 winter 1995-96 92-94
Lippincott, Louise Sven Bruntjen, John Boydell: A Study of Art Patronage and Printselling in Georgian London 21.1 summer 1987 44-46
Lister, Raymond G. E. Bentley, Jr., Robert N. Essick, Shelley M. Bennett, and Morton D. Paley, Essays on the Blake Followers; Joseph Viscomi, Prints by William Blake and His Followers 19.2 fall 1985 80-83
  Geoffrey Keynes, ed., Drawings of William Blake 5.3 winter 1971-72 208-09
Lundeen, Kathleen Nick Rawlinson, William Blake’s Comic Vision 38.2 fall 2004 85-87
Lussier, Mark S. Claire Colebrook, Blake, Deleuzian Aesthetics, and the Digital 47.3 winter 2013-14 6 pars.
  Charles D. Minahen, Vortex/t: The Poetics of Turbulence 28.3 winter 1994-95 111-14
Lyle, Janice David Irwin, John Flaxman 1755-1826: Sculptor, Illustrator, Designer 15.4 spring 1982 176-78

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ReviewerAuthor/TitleVolumeYearPages
Macmillan, Duncan David Bindman, Catalogue of the Blake Collection of the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge 5.3 winter 1971-72 202-06
Mandell, Laura Rehistoricizing Romantic Ideology: New Perspectives on Class and Gender Conflict, 1730-1800: [review essay of] Henry Abelove, The Evangelist of Desire: John Wesley and the Methodists; Donna Landry, The Muses of Resistance: Laboring-Class Women’s Poetry in Britain, 1739-1796 27.2 fall 1993 46-63
Mann, Paul Donald Ault, Narrative Unbound: Re-Visioning William Blake’s The Four Zoas 23.2 fall 1989 80-87
  Robert J. Bertholf and Annette S. Levitt, eds., William Blake and the Moderns 17.4 spring 1984 169-72
  Margaret Bottrall, A Lecture on William Blake’s Songs of Innocence and [of] Experience [audio recording] 15.4 spring 1982 197
Matheson, C. S. [Robert C. Brandeis], William Blake and His Contemporaries: An Exhibition Selected from the Bentley Collection at Victoria University, Victoria University Library, Toronto 41.3 winter 2007-08 131-33
  William Vaughan, Elizabeth E. Barker, Colin Harrison, et al., Samuel Palmer 1805-1881: Vision and Landscape [catalogue of exhibition, British Museum, 2005-06; Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2006] 40.1 summer 2006 42-43
Matthews, Susan William Blake: Apprentice and Master, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 4 December 2014–1 March 2015; Michael Phillips, William Blake: Apprentice and Master 50.1 summer 2016 12 pars.
Mazzeo, Tilar J. Helen P. Bruder and Tristanne Connolly, eds., Queer Blake 50.1 summer 2016 10 pars.
McClenahan, Catherine L. Robert N. Essick, ed., William Blake, Visions of the Daughters of Albion 38.2 fall 2004 77-79
  Joanne Witke, William Blake’s Epic: Imagination Unbound 21.1 summer 1987 21-25
McGann, Jerome J. Leslie Tannenbaum, Biblical Tradition in Blake’s Early Prophecies: The Great Code of Art 18.2 fall 1984 120-21
McKusick, James George Coates, 20/20 Blake [performance in San Francisco, 1997] 31.1 summer 1997 38-39
Mee, Jon Historicizing Blake [conference at St. Mary’s College, London, 1990] 24.3 winter 1990-91 107-08
Mellor, Anne K. Helen P. Bruder, ed., Women Reading William Blake 41.4 spring 2008 164-65
  Jean H. Hagstrum, The Romantic Body: Love and Sexuality in Keats, Wordsworth, and Blake 21.1 summer 1987 17-19
  Gary Kelly, Revolutionary Feminism: The Mind and Career of Mary Wollstonecraft 27.3 winter 1993-94 78-79
  Karl Kroeber and William Walling, eds., Images of Romanticism: Verbal and Visual Affinities 12.4 spring 1979 267-68
  Dan Miller, Mark Bracher, and Donald Ault, eds., Critical Paths: Blake and the Argument of Method 23.2 fall 1989 98-100
  W. H. Stevenson, ed., The Poems of William Blake 6.1 summer 1972 32-33
  Richard Wendorf, ed., Articulate ImagesThe Sister Arts from Hogarth to Tennyson 19.3 winter 1985-86 112-13
  William Blake and His Circle [symposium at the Huntington, 1988] 22.1 summer 1988 29-30
See also Kostelanetz, Anne T.        
Mertz, J. B. William Blake, The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, ed. Michael Phillips 47.1 summer 2013 8 pars.
  Karl Kroeber, Blake in a Post-Secular Era: Early Prophecies 48.4 spring 2015 5 pars.
Metcalf, Francis Wood Nancy Bogen, ed., William Blake, The Book of Thel 7.1 summer 1973 17-19
Michael, Jennifer Davis Mark L. Greenberg, ed., Speak Silence: Rhetoric and Culture in Blake’s Poetical Sketches 31.3 winter 1997-98 92-94
  Kevin Hutchings, Imagining Nature: Blake’s Environmental Poetics 38.2 fall 2004 75-77
  Jennifer G. Jesse, William Blake’s Religious Vision: There’s a Methodism in His Madness 50.2 fall 2016 8 pars.
  William Richey, Blake’s Altering Aesthetic 32.3 winter 1998-99 77-80
  Jason Allen Snart, The Torn Book: UnReading William Blake’s Marginalia 41.3 winter 2007-08 129-31
Millar, Stephen R. Kate Horgan, The Politics of Songs in Eighteenth-Century Britain, 1723–1795 50.1 summer 2016 6 pars.
Miller, Ann Bermingham Andrew Wilton, Constable’s “English Landscape Scenery” 14.3 winter 1980-81 128-29
Miller, Dan Nelson Hilton and Thomas A. Vogler, eds., Unnam’d Forms: Blake and Textuality 21.3 winter 1987-88 116-24
Minckler, David The Tygers of Wrath [concert held in 2001 in conjunction with the exhibition at Tate Britain] 36.3 winter 2002-03 106-07
Miner, Paul Stanley Gardner, Literature in Perspective: Blake 3.1 June 1969 17-18
  Morton D. Paley and Michael Phillips, eds., William Blake: Essays in Honour of Sir Geoffrey Keynes; Geoffrey Keynes, Blake Studies, 2nd ed. 8.4 spring 1975 122-25
Minnick, Thomas L. Robert N. Essick, ed., The Visionary Hand: Essays for the Study of William Blake’s Art and Aesthetics 8.4 spring 1975 130-32
Mitchell, W. J. T. Robert N. Essick and Donald Pearce, eds., Blake in His Time 14.3 winter 1980-81 116-20
  Anne Kostelanetz Mellor, Blake’s Human Form Divine 8.4 spring 1975 117-19
  Robert Rosenblum, Modern Painting and the Northern Romantic Tradition: Friedrich to Rothko 11.3 winter 1977-78 200-02
Mulhallen, Karen Robert Essick and Jenijoy La Belle, eds., Night Thoughts or The Complaint and the Consolation 11.1 summer 1977 41-42
  Folio Society, Night Thoughts: The Poem by Edward Young Illustrated with Watercolours by William Blake 41.2 fall 2007 84-91
Murray, E. B. G. E. Bentley, Jr., ed., William Blake’s Writings 14.3 winter 1980-81 148-61
  Stanley Kunitz, ed., The Essential Blake; Michael Mason, ed., William Blake; David Punter, ed., William Blake: Selected Poetry and Prose 24.4 spring 1991 145-53

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ReviewerAuthor/TitleVolumeYearPages
Neill, Patricia John Diamond, The Healing Power of Blake 34.3 winter 2000-01 95
Newman, Steve Martha Redbone Roots Project, The Garden of Love: Songs of William Blake [CD] 49.1 summer 2015 9 pars.
Norvig, Gerda S. Milton Klonsky, William Blake: The Seer and His Visions 15.4 spring 1982 184-87
Norvig, Gerda, and Myra Glazer Schotz Carolyn Keay, William Blake: Selected Engravings 10.3 winter 1976-77 90
Nurmi, Martin K. Concert at the Santa Barbara Conference, 1976; Everett Frost’s production of An Island in the Moon [audio recording] 10.4 spring 1977 128-29
  David V. Erdman and John E. Grant, eds., Blake’s Visionary Forms Dramatic 5.3 winter 1971-72 207-08
  John Howard, Blake’s Milton: A Study in Selfhood; John Karl Franson, ed., Milton Reconsidered 12.1 summer 1978 56-57
  Kathleen Raine, Blake and the New Age 15.1 summer 1981 51-52

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ReviewerAuthor/TitleVolumeYearPages
Oskamp, Jacqueline [trans. Jules van Lieshout] Bethlehem Hospital: William Blake in Hell [opera by Huib Emmer and Ken Hollings] 25.2 fall 1991 91-92
Ostriker, Alicia D. G. Gillham, William Blake 8.4 spring 1975 136-37
  Jean H. Hagstrum, Sex and Sensibility: Ideal and Erotic Love from Milton to Mozart 18.1 summer 1984 52-53
  Janet M. Todd, ed., A Wollstonecraft Anthology 14.3 winter 1980-81 129-31
Ott, Judith Clark Stewart, Drawings for The Marriage of Heaven and Hell 11.2 fall 1977 117-19
Otto, Peter Hazard Adams, Antithetical Essays in Literary Criticism and Liberal Education 25.4 spring 1992 168-71
  Harold Bloom, ed., William Blake: Modern Critical Views; Nelson Hilton, ed., Essential Articles for the Study of William Blake, 1970-1984 21.1 summer 1987 29-31

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ReviewerAuthor/TitleVolumeYearPages
Page, Judith W. T. V. F. Brogan, English Versification, 1570-1980: A Reference Guide with a Global Appendix 16.2 fall 1982 125-26
  Donald H. Reiman, ed., The Garland Facsimiles of the Poetry of James Montgomery 15.1 summer 1981 28-35
Paley, Morton D. Peter Ackroyd, Blake 30.2 fall 1996 58-60
  Richard D. Altick, The Shows of London 12.4 spring 1979 271-73
  G. E. Bentley, Jr., Blake Records 3.4 May 1970 90-91
  David Bintley’s Job at the San Francisco Ballet, 17 March 1992 26.4 spring 1993 166-67
  Mark Crosby and Robert N. Essick, eds., Genesis: William Blake’s Last Illuminated Work 48.2 fall 2014 16 pars.
  David V. Erdman, ed., et al., A Concordance to the Writings of William Blake 2.2 Sept. 1968 33
  J. C. F. Harrison, The Second Coming: Popular Millenarianism 1780-1850 14.2 fall 1980 104-05
  Geoffrey Keynes, The Gates of Memory 16.4 spring 1983 233-35
  Geoffrey Keynes, William Blake’s Water-Colour Designs for Gray’s Poems: A Commemorative Catalogue [catalogue of exhibition at the Tate and at the Yale University Art Gallery] 6.1 summer 1972 33-34
  Jon Mee, Dangerous Enthusiasm: William Blake and the Culture of Radicalism in the 1790s 27.3 winter 1993-94 86-88
  C. A. Patrides and Joseph Wittreich, eds., The Apocalypse in English Renaissance Thought and Literature: Patterns, Antecedents, and Repercussions 20.2 fall 1986 53-56
  Ronald Paulson, Book and Painting: Shakespeare, Milton, and the Bible: Literary Texts and the Emergence of English Painting; Ronald Paulson, Literary Landscape: Turner and Constable 18.4 spring 1985 223-26
  Philadelphia Museum of Art Bulletin (1972) [containing Martin Butlin, “The Blake Collection of Mrs. William T. Tonner”]; “Pickering Manuscript” facsimile [Morgan Library, 1972] 6.3 winter 1972-73 78-79
  Tate Britain’s New Blake Room 48.3 winter 2014-15 6 pars.
  E. P. Thompson, Witness against the Beast: William Blake and the Moral Law 28.2 fall 1994 65-66
  Tyger, Tyger and William Blake [two BBC films] 7.1 summer 1973 16
  William Blake’s “Heads of the Poets”; William Blake: Illustrations to The Divine Comedy of Dante 3.3 Dec. 1969 62-64
  William Blake’s World: “A New Heaven Is Begun,” Morgan Library and Museum, 11 September 2009-3 January 2010 43.4 spring 2010 149-51
Paley, Morton D., and Gunnel Tottie Folke Isaksson, trans., William Blake, Äktenskapet mellan Himmel och Helvete [see also the correction in 24.1 (summer 1990)] 23.4 spring 1990 209-10
See also Billington, Michael, and Morton D. Paley        
See also Wittreich, Joseph Anthony, Jr., with a note by Morton D. Paley        
Parisi, Frank M. The Mental Traveller [Oothoon Dance Theater production, 1974] 9.4 spring 1976 128-32
Parker, Jeffrey D. Hazard Adams, ed., Critical Essays on William Blake 26.2 fall 1992 60-61
Paulson, Ronald Joan D. Dolmetsch, Rebellion and Reconciliation: Satirical Prints on the Revolution at Williamsburg; Gary Kelly, The English Jacobin Novel 1780-1805 11.4 spring 1978 291-97
  Morris Eaves, The Counter-Arts Conspiracy: Art and Industry in the Age of Blake 28.3 winter 1994-95 101-02
Peterfreund, Stuart Stewart Crehan, Blake in Context 19.3 winter 1985-86 113-16
Pierce, John B. Andrew Lincoln, Spiritual History: A Reading of William Blake’s Vala or The Four Zoas 31.1 summer 1997 35-38
Pignard, Simone Jacques Blondel, William Blake, émerveillement et profanation 8.4 spring 1975 120
  Pierre Boutang, William Blake 6.2 fall 1972 55-56
Punter, David Betty T. Bennett, ed., British War Poetry in the Age of Romanticism: 1793-1815 15.4 spring 1982 189-92
  David G. Riede, Oracles and Hierophants: Constructions of Romantic Authority 29.1 summer 1995 29-31
  Peter L. Thorslev, Jr., Romantic Contraries: Freedom versus Destiny 20.2 fall 1986 60-63

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ReviewerAuthor/TitleVolumeYearPages
Read, Dennis M. Barbara Bray and Bernard C. Swift, trans., Michel Le Bris, Romantics and Romanticism 17.3 winter 1983-84 114-16
  Tobias Churton, Jerusalem! The Real Life of William Blake 50.3 winter 2016-17 11 pars.
  Tom Dunne and William L. Pressly, eds., James Barry, 1741–1806: History Painter 46.3 winter 2012-13 12 pars.
  Robert N. Essick and Joseph Viscomi, eds., William Blake: Milton a Poem and the Final Illuminated Works: The Ghost of Abel, On Homers Poetry [and] On Virgil, Laocoön 29.3 winter 1995-96 91-92
  Helmut von Erffa and Allen Staley, The Paintings of Benjamin West 25.2 fall 1991 79-81
Reiman, Donald H. John D. Baird and Charles Ryskamp, eds., The Poems of William Cowper, vol. 1: 1748-1782; James King and Charles Ryskamp, eds., The Letters and Prose Writings of William Cowper, vol. 1: “Adelphi” and Letters, 1750-1781 15.3 winter 1981-82 149-51
  James King, William Cowper: A Biography 21.4 spring 1988 167-70
  James King and Charles Ryskamp, eds., The Letters and Prose Writings of William Cowper, vol. 2: Letters, 1782-1786 17.1 summer 1983 26-29
  James King and Charles Ryskamp, eds., The Letters and Prose Writings of William Cowper, vol. 3: Letters, 1787-1791 18.3 winter 1984-85 146-51
  James King and Charles Ryskamp, eds., The Letters and Prose Writings of William Cowper, vol. 4: Letters, 1792-1799 20.4 spring 1987 151-54
  Warren Stevenson, Poetic Friends: A Study of Literary Relations during the English Romantic Period 25.2 fall 1991 87-88
Ripley, Wayne C. Jeremy Tambling, Blake’s Night Thoughts 41.3 winter 2007-08 127-29
Rodney, Paul Wayne
See Gamer, Michael, Paul Wayne Rodney, and Nanora Sweet
     
Rose, Edward J. David V. Erdman, Blake: Prophet against Empire 4.2 fall 1970 48-49
  David V. Erdman, The Illuminated Blake 9.2 fall 1975 50-54
  Victor N. Paananen, William Blake 11.3 winter 1977-78 205-06
Rosso, George Anthony, Jr. Magnus Ankarsjö, William Blake and Gender 41.3 winter 2007-08 133-35
  Helen P. Bruder and Tristanne Connolly, eds., Sexy Blake 50.3 winter 2016-17 10 pars.
  Robert Gleckner, Blake and Spenser 21.1 summer 1987 34-37
  Steven Goldsmith, Blake’s Agitation: Criticism and the Emotions 48.2 fall 2014 11 pars.
  Linda Lewis, The Promethean Politics of Milton, Blake, and Shelley 27.3 winter 1993-94 88-91
Rothenberg, Molly Anne R. Paul Yoder, The Narrative Structure of William Blake’s Poem Jerusalem: A Revisionist Interpretation 45.3 winter 2011-12 99-101
Rovira, James Elizabeth B. Bentley, ed., George Cumberland, The Emigrants or A Trip to the Ohio, a Theatrical Farce (1817) 49.4 spring 2016 3 pars.
  Michael Phillips and the Infernal Method of William Blake, Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Rollins College, 12 September 2009-3 January 2010 44.3 winter 2010-11 110-11
  Roderick Tweedy, The God of the Left Hemisphere: Blake, Bolte Taylor, and the Myth of Creation 49.1 summer 2015 7 pars.
  Wings of Fire: Exhibition at Muhlenberg College, 19 March-19 April 2008 42.3 winter 2008-09 110-11
Rowland, Christopher Magnus Ankarsjö, William Blake and Religion: A New Critical View 45.1 summer 2011 38-39
Ryan, Robert M. Christopher Rowland, “Wheels within Wheels”: William Blake and the Ezekiel’s Merkabah in Text and Image 42.3 winter 2008-09 111

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ReviewerAuthor/TitleVolumeYearPages
Salemi, Joseph S. Aquilino Sanchez Perez, Blake’s Graphic Work and the Emblematic Tradition 18.1 summer 1984 50-52
Sandler, Florence Leslie Brisman, Milton’s Poetry of Choice and Its Romantic Heirs 8.4 spring 1975 127-28
Santa Cruz Blake Study Group David V. Erdman, ed., The Complete Poetry and Prose of William Blake 18.1 summer 1984 4-31
Schotz, Myra Glazer
See
Norvig, Gerda, and Myra Glazer Schotz
     
Schuchard, Marsha Keith Paul Peucker, A Time of Sifting: Mystical Marriage and the Crisis of Moravian Piety in the Eighteenth Century 50.4 spring 2017 8 pars.
Scott, Grant F. Tracy Chevalier, Burning Bright 41.4 spring 2008 163-64
  Steve Clark, Tristanne Connolly, and Jason Whittaker, eds., Blake 2.0: William Blake in Twentieth-Century Art, Music and Culture 47.4 spring 2014 15 pars.
  Sarah Haggarty, Blake’s Gifts: Poetry and the Politics of Exchange 46.1 summer 2012 10 pars.
  William Blake (1757-1827): The Visionary Genius of British Romanticism, Petit Palais, 2 April-28 June 2009 43.2 fall 2009 61-64
Scrase, David Robert N. Essick, The Separate Plates of William Blake: A Catalogue 20.2 fall 1986 64-66
Serdechnaya, Vera William Blake and British Visionary Art, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow, 28 November 2011-19 February 2012 47.1 summer 2013 11 pars.
  Уильям Блейк, Песни невинности и опыта: William Blake, Songs of Innocence and of Experience 47.1 summer 2013 5 pars.
Shabetai, Karen David V. Erdman, ed., Blake and His Bibles 25.2 fall 1991 92-93
Shaefer, Margret June K. Singer, The Unholy Bible: A Psychological Interpretation of William Blake 6.4 spring 1973 100-04
Sherman, Mark A. Eric Pyle, William Blake’s Illustrations for Dante’s Divine Comedy 50.3 winter 2016-17 13 pars.
Silverstein, Mary Mickle Maher, There Is a Happiness That Morning Is (Theater Oobleck, Chicago, 2011) 45.3 winter 2011-12 103
Simpson, David Steven E. Alford, Irony and the Logic of the Romantic Imagination 19.3 winter 1985-86 106
  Heather Glen, Vision and Disenchantment: Blake’s Songs and Wordsworth’s Lyrical Ballads 18.4 spring 1985 227-31
  Jon P. Klancher, The Making of English Reading Audiences, 1790-1832 21.4 spring 1988 170-72
  Michael Phillips, ed., Interpreting Blake 14.3 winter 1980-81 121-27
  G. A. Rosso and Daniel P. Watkins, eds., Spirits of Fire: English Romantic Writers and Contemporary Historical Methods 25.2 fall 1991 97-98
  Olivia Smith, The Politics of Language, 1791-1819 20.2 fall 1986 63-64
  David Worrall, Radical Culture: Discourse, Resistance and Surveillance, 1790-1820 27.3 winter 1993-94 94-97
Simpson, Philippa Michael Phillips, ed., with the assistance of Catherine de Bourgoing, William Blake (1757-1827): Le Génie visionnaire du romantisme anglais [catalogue of exhibition, Petit Palais, 2009] 45.1 summer 2011 37-38
Sławek, Tadeusz Czeslaw Milosz, The Land of Ulro 21.4 spring 1988 160-65
Snart, Jason Kathleen Lundeen, Knight of the Living Dead: William Blake and the Problem of Ontology 36.4 spring 2003 144-48
Spector, Sheila A. Steve Clark and David Worrall, eds., Blake in the Nineties 35.1 summer 2001 26-30
  Eugenie R. Freed, “A Portion of His Life”: William Blake’s Miltonic Vision of Woman 30.2 fall 1996 60-62
  Kathryn S. Freeman, Blake’s Nostos: Fragmentation and Nondualism in The Four Zoas 31.3 winter 1997-98 97-102
  Robert M. Ryan, The Romantic Reformation: Religious Politics in English Literature, 1789-1824 32.2 fall 1998 43-46
Spencer, Jeffry The Book of Job Illustrated by William Blake (Paddington Masterpieces series) 12.2 fall 1978 154
Staley, Allen Nancy L. Pressly, Revealed Religion: Benjamin West’s Commissions for Windsor Castle and Fonthill Abbey 19.3 winter 1985-86 120-21
Sternbach, Robert Donald H. Reiman et al., eds., The Evidence of the Imagination: Studies of Interactions between Life and Art in English Romantic Literature 13.4 spring 1980 203-04
Stevenson, W. H. Geoffrey Keynes, ed., The Letters of William Blake, 2nd ed. [see the correction in 3.1] 2.4 April 1969 71-72
Storch, Margaret Christopher Z. Hobson, Blake and Homosexuality 37.1 summer 2003 38-39
Sung, Mei-Ying Frances Carey, ed., The Apocalypse and the Shape of Things to Come [catalogue of exhibition, British Museum, 1999-2000] 35.2 fall 2001 61-63
Sweet, Nanora
See Gamer, Michael, Paul Wayne Rodney, and Nanora Sweet
     

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Tambling, Jeremy Mind-Forg’d Manacles: William Blake and Slavery, Whitworth Art Gallery, University of Manchester, 26 January-6 April 2008; Blake’s Shadow: William Blake and His Artistic Legacy, Whitworth Gallery, 26 January-20 April 2008 44.4 spring 2011 142-43
Tannenbaum, Leslie Christine Gallant, Blake and the Assimilation of Chaos 13.4 spring 1980 200-02
  Mark Roberts, The Tradition of Romantic Morality 9.4 spring 1976 126-28
Tayler, Irene Andrew Lincoln, ed., William Blake: Songs of Innocence and of Experience 26.2 fall 1992 57
Taylor, Dena Bain Sheila A. Spector, “Wonders Divine”: The Development of Blake’s Kabbalistic Myth 38.2 fall 2004 79-85
Tillotson, Marcia Recent Work on Mary Wollstonecraft 12.1 summer 1978 58-64
Todd, Ruthven Rosamond D. Harley, Artists’ Pigments c. 1600-1835: A Study in English Documentary Sources 4.1 Aug. 1970 28-30
Tolley, Michael J. Blake [play written and directed by Grant Hehir, 1982] 17.1 summer 1983 25
  Martin Butlin, William Blake: A Complete Catalogue of the Works in the Tate Gallery; Kathleen Raine, William Blake 6.1 summer 1972 28-31
  D. W. Dörrbecker, ed., William Blake: The Continental Prophecies 30.2 fall 1996 54-57
  John W. Ehrstine, William Blake’s Poetical Sketches 2.3 Dec. 1968 55-57
  Robert F. Gleckner, Blake’s Prelude: Poetical Sketches 20.4 spring 1987 146-51
  Alvin H. Rosenfeld, ed., William Blake: Essays for S. Foster Damon 3.1 June 1969 14-17
  G. R. Sabri-Tabrizi, The “Heaven” and “Hell” of William Blake 8.4 spring 1975 138
  K. D. Sethna, Blake’s Tyger: A Christological Interpretation 25.2 fall 1991 88-90
Toomey, Deirdre Roger R. Easson and Robert N. Essick, William Blake: Book Illustrator, vol. 1 7.1 summer 1973 19
Tottie, Gunnel
See Paley, Morton D., and Gunnel Tottie
     
Trawick, Leonard Joseph Anthony Wittreich, Jr., Visionary Poetics: Milton’s Tradition and His Legacy 14.2 fall 1980 100-02
Trettien, Whitney Anne Roger Whitson and Jason Whittaker, William Blake and the Digital Humanities: Collaboration, Participation, and Social Media 49.4 spring 2016 10 pars.
Trowbridge, Hoyt Wallace Jackson, The Probable and the Marvelous: Blake, Wordsworth, and the Eighteenth-Century Critical Tradition 14.3 winter 1980-81 143-45

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ReviewerAuthor/TitleVolumeYearPages
van der Waa, Frits [trans. Jules van Lieshout] Bethlehem Hospital: William Blake in Hell [opera by Huib Emmer and Ken Hollings] 25.2 fall 1991 90-91
Van Kleeck, Justin W. H. Stevenson, ed., Blake: The Complete Poems, 3rd ed. 42.2 fall 2008 73-75
Vaughan, Frank A. Christopher Heppner, Reading Blake’s Designs 31.3 winter 1997-98 88-91
Vaughan, William Andrew Wilton, British Watercolours 1750-1850 14.4 spring 1981 218-19
Vice, John William Blake—A Man without Marx [reassessment of Jacob Bronowski, A Man without a Mask] 26.4 spring 1993 162-65
Viscomi, Joseph, with Margaret LaFrance Selections from William Blake’s Songs of Innocence and of Experience, musical settings by Gregory Forbes; Gregory Forbes, A Companion to the New Musical Settings 19.2 fall 1985 84-89
Vogler, Thomas A. Diana Hume George, Blake and Freud 16.2 fall 1982 121-24
  Zachary Leader, Reading Blake’s “Songs” 18.1 summer 1984 39-47
  Cary Nelson, The Incarnate Word: Literature as Verbal Space 8.4 spring 1975 108-13
  John B. Pierce, Flexible Design: Revisionary Poetics in Blake’s Vala or The Four Zoas 33.2 fall 1999 51-62

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ReviewerAuthor/TitleVolumeYearPages
Wagenknecht, David Nelson Hilton, Literal Imagination: Blake’s Vision of Words 19.3 winter 1985-86 117-20
  Brian John, Supreme Fictions: Studies in the Work of William Blake, Thomas Carlyle, W. B. Yeats, and D. H. Lawrence 9.2 fall 1975 55
Walker, Corlette Raymond Lister, Infernal Methods: A Study of William Blake’s Art Techniques 11.3 winter 1977-78 203-05
Wark, Robert R. Morton D. Paley, William Blake 12.3 winter 1978-79 211-12
Warner, Janet Robert N. Essick and Jenijoy La Belle, eds., Flaxman’s Illustrations to Homer 17.1 summer 1983 24-25
  Steven Vine, Blake’s Poetry: Spectral Visions 29.3 winter 1995-96 96
  Bette Charlene Werner, Blake’s Vision of the Poetry of Milton 22.1 summer 1988 25-26
Warner, Nicholas O. G. Ingli James, ed., William Blake, Annotations to Richard Watson 19.3 winter 1985-86 116-17
Welch, Dennis M. Stephen C. Behrendt, Reading William Blake 27.3 winter 1993-94 91-94
  James D. Boulger, The Calvinist Temper in English Poetry 17.3 winter 1983-84 117-18
Werner, Bette Charlene Pamela Dunbar, William Blake’s Illustrations to the Poetry of Milton 18.1 summer 1984 33-34
Whittaker, Jason John B. Pierce, The Wond’rous Art: William Blake and Writing 38.4 spring 2005 155-57
  Nicholas M. Williams, ed., Palgrave Advances in William Blake Studies 44.2 fall 2010 73-75
Wilcox, John Howard T. Young, The Line in the Margin: Juan Ramón Jiménez and His Readings in Blake 16.4 spring 1983 235-39
Wilkie, Brian Mark Bracher, Being Form’d: Thinking Through Blake’s “Milton” 21.1 summer 1987 43-44
  David Fuller, Blake’s Heroic Argument 24.3 winter 1990-91 96-99
Williams, Anne Daniel Albright, Lyricality in English Literature 19.4 spring 1986 144-46
Williams, Nicholas M. Jackie Di Salvo, G. A. Rosso, and Christopher Z. Hobson, eds., Blake, Politics, and History 34.1 summer 2000 26-29
Wilton, Andrew Robert N. Essick and Morton D. Paley, Robert Blair’s The Grave, Illustrated by William Blake 18.1 summer 1984 54-56
  Richard T. Godfrey, Printmaking in Britain: A General History from Its Beginnings to the Present Day 14.2 fall 1980 102-04
  Raymond Lister, ed., The Letters of Samuel Palmer; Raymond Lister, Samuel Palmer: A Biography 12.2 fall 1978 150-54
Winn, James A. B. H. Fairchild, Such Holy Song: Music as Idea, Form, and Image in the Poetry of William Blake 15.2 fall 1981 94-96
Wittreich, Joseph Anthony, Jr. James Downey and Ben Jones, eds., Fearful Joy: Papers from the Thomas Gray Bicentenary Conference at Carleton University 8.4 spring 1975 141-42
  Susan Fox, Poetic Form in Blake’s Milton 11.2 fall 1977 114-17
  Alexander S. Gourlay, ed., Prophetic Character: Essays on William Blake in Honor of John E. Grant 38.3 winter 2004-05 107-09
  Kathryn R. Kremen, The Imagination of the Resurrection: The Poetic Continuity of a Religious Motif in Donne, Blake, and Yeats 6.4 spring 1973 97-99
  Karen Mulhallen, ed., Blake in Our Time 46.3 winter 2012-13 6 pars.
  Morton D. Paley, The Apocalyptic Sublime 22.1 summer 1988 21-25
  Rediscovering William Hayley: A Review Article
Paul Foster, ed., with Diana Barsham, William Hayley (1745–1820) Poet, Biographer, and Libertarian: A Reassessment, and Paul Foster, ed., with Diana Barsham, William Hayley (1745–1820): Selected Poetry
48.4 spring 2015 22 pars.
  Donald H. Reiman, ed., The Garland Facsimiles of the Poetry of William Hayley 15.1 summer 1981 48-50
  “An Unperishing Sun … This Golden Age”: Joachimism and Heaven in the Age of Blake [Marjorie Reeves and Warwick Gould, Joachim of Fiore and the Myth of the Eternal Evangel in the Nineteenth Century; Colleen McDannell and Bernhard Lang, Heaven: A History] 26.2 fall 1992 58-60
Wittreich, Joseph Anthony, Jr., with a note by Morton D. Paley Kay Parkhurst Easson and Roger R. Easson, eds., Milton: A Poem by William Blake 13.1 summer 1979 49-51
Woodring, Carl Marilyn Butler, Romantics, Rebels, and Reactionaries: English Literature and Its Background 1760-1830 16.4 spring 1983 232-33
  Morton D. Paley, Apocalypse and Millennium in English Romantic Poetry 34.1 summer 2000 24-26
Worrall, David Geoff Bennington and Ian McLeod, trans., Jacques Derrida, The Truth in Painting 23.2 fall 1989 89-95
  G. E. Bentley, Jr., Blake Books Supplement 32.2 fall 1998 46-49
  Stephen D. Cox, “The Stranger Within Thee”: Concepts of the Self in Late Eighteenth-Century Literature 18.1 summer 1984 31-32
  Francis Curtis and Richard Dean, Blake: A Software Package 22.4 spring 1989 133-34
  Joan Evans, A History of the Society of Antiquaries 11.4 spring 1978 287-88
  The Ghost of Abel [Edinburgh Fringe production, 1980] 15.1 summer 1981 56-57
  Desmond King-Hele, Erasmus Darwin and the Romantic Poets 21.1 summer 1987 31-33

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ReviewerAuthor/TitleVolumeYearPages
Yoder, R. Paul Hazard Adams, William Blake on His Poetry and Painting: A Study of A Descriptive Catalogue, Other Prose Writings and Jerusalem 46.2 fall 2012 8 pars.
  Andrew M. Cooper, William Blake and the Productions of Time 50.1 summer 2016 10 pars.
  Susanne M. Sklar, Blake’s Jerusalem as Visionary Theatre: Entering the Divine Body 47.2 fall 2013 10 pars.
  Henry Summerfield, A Guide to the Books of William Blake for Innocent and Experienced Readers 35.4 spring 2002 130-32

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ReviewerAuthor/TitleVolumeYearPages
Zall, Paul M. Martin K. Nurmi, William Blake 9.2 fall 1975 54-55


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