Blake books supplement: a bibliography of publications and discoveries about William Blake, 1971-1992, being a continuation of Blake books (1977)

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Clarendon Press, 1995 - Literary Criticism - 789 pages
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A continuation of Blake Books (1977)--a bibliographical record of publications covering all aspects of William Blake's life and work, including his writings, drawings, and engravings, as well as works of criticism on them--this supplement picks up where Blake Books left off. The mass of new material is enormous, as the last 20 years have produced almost as many items for inclusion as the preceding two hundred years covered in the first volume. Some of the most important discoveries concern newly identified writings and engravings by Blake himself. This new work is organized like Blake Books, enabling the two volumes to be used side by side.

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Contents

Introduction i
1
Blake Discoveries Scholarship and Criticism 19711992
10
EDITIONS OF BLAKES WRITINGS
31
Disposed of Original Blakes since the Record
37
Section B Collections and Selections
147
REPRODUCTIONS OF DRAWINGS AND PAINTINGS
171
COMMERCIAL BOOK ENGRAVINGS
185
Section A Illustrations of Individual Authors
191
Engravings
274
CATALOGUES AND BIBLIOGRAPHIES
283
BOOKS OWNED BY BLAKE
313
Books Owned by the Wrong William Blake
326
Index
697
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About the author (1995)

G. E. Bentley, Jr., emeritus professor of English at the University of Toronto, is the author of numerous books about Blake, including Blake Records, Second Edition, published by Yale University Press.

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