1698 Easson, Roger R.  “William Blake and His Reader in Jerusalem,” pp. 309-327. Reprinted for private distribution from Blake’s Sublime Allegory: Essays on The Four Zoas, Milton, and Jerusalem, edited by Stuart Curran and Joseph Anthony Wittreich, Jr.
1699 Eaves, Morris.  "Blake and the Artistic Machine:  An Essay in Decorum and Technology."  PMLA, Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, Volume 92, Number 5 (October 1977), pp. 903-927, offprint.
1700 The Cambridge Companion to William Blake.  Edited by Morris Eaves (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003) Cambridge Companions to Literature
1701 Eaves, MorrisThe Counter-Arts Conspiracy:  Art and Industry in the Age of Blake (Ithaca ; London: Cornell University Press, 1992)
1702 Eaves, Morris.  “A Reading of Blake’s Marriage of Heaven and Hell, Plates 17-20: On and Under the Estate of the West.” Blake Studies, Volume 4, Number 2 (Spring 1972), pp. 81-116, offprint.
1703 Eaves, Morris.  “Review of John Howard, Blake’s “Milton”: A Study in the Selfhood.”  Studies in Romanticism, Volume 16, Number 2 (Spring 1977), pp. 251-260, offprint.
1704 Eaves, Morris.  "Romantic Expressive Theory and Blake's Idea of the Audience."  PMLA, Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, Volume 95, Number 5 (October 1980), pp. 784-801, offprint.
1705 Eaves, Morris.  William Blake's Theory of Art (Princeton, N.J.:  Princeton University Press, 1982)  Princeton Essays on the Arts
1706 Eaves, Morris.  "What is the 'History of Publishing'":  REVIEW of Raymond Lister, Infernal Methods, in Publishing History, Volume II (1977), pp. 58-77, offprint.
1707 Edinger, Edward F.  Encounter with the Self:  A Jungian Commentary on William Blake's Illustrations of the Book of Job (Toronto, Canada: Inner City Books, 1988)  Studies in Jungian Psychology by Jungian Analysts ; 22
1708 Ehrstine, John W.  William Blake's Poetical Sketches ([Pullman, Washington]: Washington State University Press, 1967)
1708A [Eigo Seinen] = The Rising Generation (Tokyo, Japan: Kenkyusha)
            Library has Vol. CIII, No. 10 (October 1, 1957) with Special Section on William Blake Edited by Dr. Bunsho Jugaku.
1709 Eldridge, AEthelredAlbion Awake (Millfield, Ohio:  Published by Golgonooza:  The Church of William Blake, 1977)
1710 Eldridge, AEthelred.  Albion Awake! (Millfield, Ohio: Golgonooza, Church of William Blake, 1982-1983) #1 (June 1982) - #9 (Feb. 1983?)
1711 Eldridge, AEthelred.  An Ancient Understanding Useful in Distinguishing Regnal Art from that Claimant of Art which Gratifies the Vain & Rankly Vulgar in the Complacency of their Mean Nativities plus A Priceless Method for Removing Scruples Remorselessly Encrusted (Athens, Ohio: Asylum for the Resumption of Art, 1965)
            Library has 2 copies.
1712 Eldridge, AEthelred.  [Collection of plates] Eight leaves with printed illustrations and printed longhand text and within a line border.
1713 Eldridge, AEthelred.  Decoramaniamachia, part 1: for the play-going publik : some vainglorious replies to rhetorical questions put by poseurs attitudinized, or, The bread we eat, or, Down tripping stairs dew-drop-toes come trickling being art, contrary & signal, from the flap of an apron string : also being Eidola (pale-graphia sacra pictoria) to hang pendants from and outlines to colour within (Athens, Ohio: J.E.L. Eldridge, 1963)
1714 Eldridge, AEthelred.  Golgonooza “… where Graves run deep in Thunderous Ohio” (Millfield, Ohio: Golgonooza, 197-?)
1715 Eldridge, AEthelred.  The Golgonooza Organ (Millfield, Ohio: The Author, 1970)
            Library has #1. No more published?
1716 News from Golgonooza (Millfield, Ohio: AEthelred Eldridge, 1973-1976) Published semi-monthly.
            Library has v. 1, nos. 1, 3-16; v. 2, no. 1; Dec. 1974; May 1976; August 1976; unnumbered and undated issue (“Dear seated readers”)
1717 Eldridge, AEthelred.  Vision out of Golgonooza The Siegfred Hall Mural (Athens, Ohio: College of Arts, Ohio University, 197-?)
1718 Eldridge, AlexandraAnimal Forms of Wisdom:  A William Blake Bestiary Designed, lettered, silk-screened, & hand-coloured by the author.  (Athens, Ohio:  Published by Golgonooza:  The Church and School of Wm. Blake, 1977)
1719 Elfenbein, Andrew.  “Cowper, Blake, and the Figure of the Invader,” pp. 10-19
Rosen, Steven J.  “Canettian Crowd Symbols in Blake’s and Wordsworth’s Nature Poetry,” pp. 20-28, in Friend (Ridgewood, N.J.), Volume I, Number 4 (October 1992).
1720 Eliot, T. S. (Thomas Stearns) The Sacred Wood:  Essays on Poetry and Criticism.  Fourth Edition (London:  Methuen & Co., Ltd., 1934)  The Fountain library
Includes essay on “Blake”.
1720A Elliot, Clare.'A backward glance o'er' the (dis)United States: William Blake, Ralph Waldo Emerson and the 'authentic American religion. Printout of article in electronic journal, European journal of American culture, Volume 28, Number 1, 2009.
1720B Elliot, Clare. William Blake and American: freedom and violence in the Atlantic world. Printout of article in electronic journal, Comparative American studies, Volume 7, Number 3, September 2009.
1721 Ellis, Edwin John.  The Real Blake:  A Portrait Biography (London: Chatto & Windus, 1907)
1722 England, Martha Winburn.  "Blake and the Hymns of Charles Wesley (Part I:  Wesley's Hymns for Children and Blake's Songs of Innocence and of Experience),” pp. 7-26
Paley, Morton D“Method and Meaning in Blake’s Book of Ahania,” pp. 27-33, in   Bulletin of the New York Public Library, Volume 70, Number 1 (January 1966)
1723 England, Martha Winburn.  “Blake and the Hymns of Charles Wesley (Part II)  Wesley's Hymns for the Nation and Blake's Milton,Bulletin of the New York Public Library, Volume 70, Number 2 (February 1966), pp. 93-112.
1724 England, Martha Winburn.  “Blake and the Hymns of Charles Wesley (Part III):  Enthusiasm without Mysticism,”  Bulletin of the New York Public Library, Volume 70, Number 3 (March 1966), pp. 153-168.
1725 England, Martha Winburn.  “Blake and the Hymns of Charles Wesley (Part IV: Conclusion):  Short Hymns and Jerusalem," Bulletin of the New York Public Library, Volume 70, Number 4 (April 1966), pp. 251-264.
1726 England, Martha Winburn, & John Hanbury Angus SparrowHymns Unbidden:  Donne, Herbert, Blake, Emily Dickinson and the Hymnographers (New York: The New York Public Library, 1966)
1727 Erdman, David V.  "The Binding (et cetera) of Vala," The Library, Fifth Series, Volume XIX, pp. 113-129.
1728 Erdman, David V.  "The Binding (et cetera) of Vala." The Library, Fifth Series, Volume XIX, pp. 113-129, offprint.
1729 Blake and His Bibles Edited by David V. Erdman with an Introduction by Mark Trevor Smith (West Cornwall, CT: Locust Hill Press, 1990) Locust Hill Literary Studies ; no. 1
1730 Erdman, David V.  "Blake, Flaxman, and the £100," in the section Brief Articles and Notes, Philological Quarterly, Volume XXVII, Number 3 (July, 1948), pp. 279-281, offprint.
1731 Erdman, David V.  Blake:  Prophet Against Empire:  A Poet's Interpretation of the History of his Own Times.  Revised Edition (Garden City, New York: Anchor Books, Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1969)
1732 Erdman, David V.  Blake:  Prophet Against Empire:  A Poet's Interpretation of the History of his Own Times.  Third Edition (Princeton, New Jersey:  Princeton University Press, 1977)
1733 Erdman, David V.  “Blake’s Early Swedenborgianism: a Twentieth-Century Legend.” Comparative Literature, Volume V, Number 3 (Summer 1953), pp. 247-257, offprint.
1734 Erdman, David V.  “Blake’s Jerusalem: Plate 3 Fully Restored.” Studies in Bibliography Papers of the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, Volume Eighteen (1965), pp. 281-282, offprint.
1735 Erdman, David V.  "Blake's Landlord," Bulletin of the New York Public Library, Volume 63, Number 2 (February 1959), p. 61.
1736 Erdman, David V.  “Blake’s “Nest of Villains.” Keats-Shelley Journal, Volume II (January 1953), pp. 61-71, offprint.
1737 Erdman, David V.  "Blake's Vision of Slavery."  Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institute, Vol. XV, Nos. 3-4  (1952), pp. 242-252, offprint.
1738 Erdman, David V.  "The Dating of William Blake's Engravings."  Philological Quarterly, Volume XXXI, Number 3 (July, 1952), pp. 337-343, offprint.
1739 Erdman, David V.  "Lambeth and Bethlehem in Blake's Jerusalem."  Modern Philology, Vol. XLVIII, No. 3 (February 1951), pp. 184-192, offprint.
1740 Erdman, David V.  "The Suppressed and Altered Passages in Blake's Jerusalem."  Studies in Bibliography, Volume Seventeen (1964), pp. 1-54, offprint.
1741 Erdman, David V.  "'Terrible Blake in His Pride':  An Essay on The Everlasting Gospel," in From Sensibility to Romanticism:  Essays Presented to Frederick A. Pottle.  Edited by Frederick W. Hilles and Harold Bloom (New York: Oxford University Press, 1965), pp. 331-356, offprint.
1742 Erdman, David V.  "William Blake's Debt to Joel Barlow."  American Literature, Vol. XXVI, No. 1 (March, 1954), pp. 94-98, offprint.
1743 Erdman, David V.  "William Blake's Exactness in Dates."  Philological Quarterly, Volume XXVIII, Number 4 (October, 1949), pp. 465-470, offprint.
1744 Blake’s Visionary Forms Dramatic. Edited by David V. Erdman and John E. Grant. (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1970)
1744A Erle, Sibylle. "Leaving their mark: Lavater, Fuseli and Blake's imprint on Aphorisms on man." Comparative Critical Studies, Volume 3, Number 3 (2006), pp. 347-369, offprint.
1745 Essick, Robert NThe Art of William Blake's Early Illuminated Books (1969) Thesis (Ph. D.--English and American Literature)--University of California, San Diego, 1969.
1746 Essick, Robert N.  "Blake, Hayley, and Edward Garrard Marsh:  'An Insect of Parnassus'."  Explorations, Special Series, Volume I:  The Age of Enlightenment (1987), pp. 54-84, offprint.
1747 Essick, Robert N.  "Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Frederic Shields, and the Spirit of William Blake."  Victorian Poetry, Volume 24, Number 2 (Summer 1986), pp. 163-172, offprint.
1747A Essick, Robert N.  “Forum: William Blake’s “The Mourners”,” Drawing, Vol. X, No. 4 (November-December 1988), p. 81.
1748 Essick, Robert N.  "A 'New' William Blake Engraving?"  Print Quarterly, Volume II (1985), pp. 42-47, offprint.
1749 Essick, Robert N.  “A Question of Attribution: The “Felpham Rummer” and William Blake’s Graphic Inventions,” in Journal of Glass Studies, Volume 31, 1989, pp. 90-100.
1750 Essick, Robert N.  “A Question of Attribution: The “Felpham Rummer” and William Blake’s Graphic Inventions.” Journal of Glass Studies, Volume 31, 1989, pp. 90-100, offprint.
1751 Essick, Robert N.  “Representation, Anxiety, and the Bibliographic Sublime,” pp. 503-528
Cantor, Paul A. (Paul Arthur)  “William Blake: Printer’s Devil,” pp. 557-570
            Reviews William Blake: The Early Illuminated Books edited by Morris Eaves, Robert N. Essick, and Joseph Viscomi; William Blake: Milton and Poem and the Final Illuminated Works edited by Robert N. Essick and Joseph Viscomi; and Blake and the Idea of the Book by Joseph Viscomi.
Matheson, C. S. (C. Suzanne)  Prints and Engraved Illustrations by and after Henry Fuseli, by D. H. Weinglass Reviewed,” in Huntington Library Quarterly, Volume 59, Number 4 (1998), pp. 571-575.
1752 Essick, Robert N.  A Troubled Paradise:  William Blake's Virgil Wood Engravings.  With an afterword on collecting William Blake by John Windle.  (San Francisco:  John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller, 1999)
            Library copy is number 33 of an edition limited to 513 copies.
1753 Essick, Robert N.  "Variation, Accident, and Intention in William Blake's The Book of Urizen."  Studies in Bibliography, Volume Thirty-nine (1986), pp. 230-235, offprint.
1754 Essick, Robert N.  William Blake, Adam's Tongue, and the Uses of Specialization (Riverside, Calif.: Academic Senate (University of California, Riverside), 1991) Fortieth Annual Faculty Research Lecture. Presented April 4, 1991.
1755 Essick, Robert N.  "William Blake and Sir Thomas Lawrence," pp. 211-213
            Lincoln, Andrew W. J.  "Blake's 'Europe'": An Early Version?"  Notes and Queries, Volume CCXXIII [N.S., XXV] (June, 1978), p. 213, offprint.
1756 Essick, Robert N.  William Blake and the Language of Adam (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989)
1757 Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.  Calendar. November/December 1987 (San Marino, Calif.: The Library, 1987)
            Includes article: Essick, Robert N.  "William Blake:  Essick on the exhibition," p. 2.
1758 Essick, Robert N.  William Blake Printmaker
            Manuscript with corrections and annotations. 2 volumes.
1759 Essick, Robert N.  “William Blake, Thomas Paine, and Biblical Revolution.” Studies in Romanticism, Volume 30 (Summer 1991), pp. 189-212, offprint.
            2 copies.
1760 Essick, Robert N.  "William Blake, William Hamilton, and the Materials of Graphic Meaning."  ELH, Volume 52 (1985), pp. 833-872, offprint.
1761 Essick, Robert N.  “William Blake’s “Female Will” and its Biographical Context.” SEL, [Volume] 31 (1991), pp. [615]-630, offprint.
1762 Essick, Robert N.  William Blake's Relief Inventions (Los Angeles: Printed for William & Victoria Dailey [by] The Press of the Pegacycle Lady, 1978)
1763 Essick, Robert N.  "William Blake's The Death of Hector."  Studies in Romanticism, Volume 27 (Spring 1988), pp. 97-107, offprint.
1764 Essick, Robert N.  "William Blake's 'The Phoenix':  A Problem in Attribution."  Philological Quarterly, Volume 67 (1988), pp. 365-384, offprint.
1765 Essick, Robert N. & Morton D. Paley.  “The Printings of Blake’s Designs for Blair’s Grave.” The Book Collector, Volume 24, No. 4 (Winter 1975), pp. 535-552, offprint.
1766 Essick, Robert N. & Donald PearceBlake in his Time (Bloomington ; London:  Indiana University Press, 1978)
1767 Esterhammer, AngelaCreating States:  Studies in the Performative Language of John Milton and William Blake (Toronto ; Buffalo ; London:  University of Toronto Press, 1994)
1767A F., C. "Notable accessions: Letters of Samuel Palmer," in The Bodleian Library record, Volume 21, Number 2 (Oct. 2008), pp. 236-237.
1768 Fairchild, B. H.  Such Holy Song:  Music as Idea, Form, and Image in the Poetry of William Blake (Kent, Ohio: The Kent State University Press, 1980)
1769 Farington, JosephThe Diary of Joseph Farington.  Edited by Kenneth Garlick and Angus Macintyre.  (New Haven ; London:  Published for the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art by Yale University Press, 1978-1984)
            16 volumes.  Vols. 7-16 edited by Kathryn Cave.
1769 Newby, Evelyn.  The Diary of Joseph Farington : Index (New Haven ; London: Published for the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art by Yale University Press, 1998) Studies in British Art
1770 Fawcus, Arnold.  "Blake:  Lost and Found:  Horizon presents, for the first time in America, one of the major art rediscoveries of recent years:  Blake's illustrations for the poems of Thomas Gray," pp. 112-120
            Grunfeld, Frederic V.  "Quotations from Chairman Blake," Horizon, Volume XIV, Number 4 (Autumn, 1972), pp. 106-111.
1771 Ferber, Michael.  “Blake’s Idea of Brotherhood,” PMLA, Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, Volume 93, Number 3 (May 1978), pp. 438-447.
1772 Ferber, MichaelThe Poetry of William Blake (London, Eng. ; New York, N.Y.: Penguin Books, 1991) Penguin Critical Studies
1773 Ferber, MichaelThe Social Vision of William Blake (Princeton, New Jersey:  Princeton University Press, 1985)
1774 Fischer, Kevin.  Converse in the Spirit William Blake, Jacob Boehme, and the Creative Spirit (Madison ; Teaneck: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2004)
1775 Fisher, Peter F. (Peter Francis)  "Blake and the Druids."  JEGP, Journal of English and Germanic
Philology, Vol. LVIII, No. 4 (October 1959), pp. 589-612
1776 Fisher, Peter F. (Peter Francis) The Valley of Vision:  Blake as Prophet and Revolutionary.  Edited by Northrop Frye (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1971) University of Toronto Department of English Studies and Texts, No. 9
1777 Fiske, IrvingBernard Shaw's Debt to William Blake With Foreword and Notes by G.B.S. (London: Shaw Society ; Quarry Hill : Irving Fiske, 1979)
1778 Foley, Matthew Joseph.  English Printing & Book Illustration 1780-1820. Microfilm-xerography reprint. (Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A. ; London, England: University Microfilms International, 1979)
            2 vols.
1779 Forbes, Greg.  William Blake’s Songs of Innocence & of Experience A Companion to the New Musical Settings by Gregory Forbes (Kingston, Ontario: Quarry Press, [1983], c1982)
            The booklet is designed to be issued with an album of records and slides.  Library copy lacks records and slides.
1780 Fox, SusanPoetic Form in Blake's MILTON  (Princeton, New Jersey:  Princeton University Press, 1976)
1781 Freed, Eugenie R.  "'Building the Stubborn Structure of the Language':  The Dynamic of Blake's Poetic Art,"  English Studies in Africa, Volume 41, Number 1 (1998), pp. 11-28.
1782 Freed, Eugenie R.  “'This Free Born Joy': William Blake’s Vision of Emancipation,” The English Academy Review, Volume 17 (December 2000), pp. 111-130.
1783 Freed, Eugenie R.  "A Portion of His Life":  William Blake's Miltonic Vision of Woman (Lewisburg:  Bucknell University Press ; London ; Toronto:  Associated University Presses,1994)
1784 Freeman, Kathryn S.  Blake’s Nostos: Fragmentation and Nondualism in The Four Zoas (Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1997)
1785 Frosch, Thomas RThe Awakening of Albion: The Renovation of the Body in the Poetry of William Blake (Ithaca ; London:  Cornell University Press, 1974)
1786 Fry, Roger.  Vision and Design (Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England: Published by Penguin Books Limited, 1937)  Pelican Books ; A20
            Includes article: “Three Pictures in Tempera by William Blake”.
1787 Blake:  A Collection of Critical Essays. Edited by Northrop Frye (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.:  Prentice-Hall, Inc, 1966) Twentieth Century Views. A Spectrum Book.
1788 Frye, Northrop.  “Blake After Two Centuries.”  University of Toronto Quarterly, Volume 27, 1957, pp. 10-21, offprint.
1789 Frye, NorthropFearful Symmetry:  A Study of William Blake.  (Princeton, NJ:  Princeton University Press, 1947)
            8°, in green cloth.  Dustjacket. Signed on half-title page: Northrop Frye │ Nov. 30/87. Pencil marks throughout.
1790 Frye, NorthropFearful Symmetry:  A Study of William Blake.  (Princeton, NJ:  Princeton University Press, 1947) Second printing, 1949.
8°, in green cloth.  Book-plate of George Goyder; signed "George Goyder 1985"; inscribed n the half-title "With best wishes to │ George Goyder, │ Northrop Frye │ Oct 1, 1985".
1791 Romanticism and Consciousness Essays in Criticism. Edited by Harold Bloom (New York: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., 1970)
            Includes: Frye, Northrop.  “The Keys to the Gates,” p. 233-254.
            Price, Martin.  “The Standard of Energy,” p. 255-272.
1792 Romanticism and Contemporary Criticism.  Edited by Morris Eaves & Michael Fischer (Ithaca ; London:  Cornell University Press, 1986)
            Includes: Frye, Northrop.  "The Survival of Eros in Poetry."  Pp. 15-29
            Mitchell, W. J. Thomas.  "Visible Language:  Blake's Wond'rous Art of Writing."  Pp. 46-86.
1793 Fuller, David.  "Blake as an Illustrator."  REVIEW Article on Robert N. Essick, William Blake's Commercial Book Illustrations (1991) and Blake and his Bibles, ed. D.V. Erdman (1990).  Durham University Journal, Vol. LXXXV, No. 1 (January, 1993), pp. 115-119, offprint.
1794 Fuller, David.  Blake’s Heroic Argument (London ; New York ; Sydney: Croom Helm, 1988)
1795 Madness and Creativity in Literature and Culture. Edited by Corinne Saunders and Jane Macnaughton (Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York, N.Y.: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005)
            Fuller, David, 1947-  “Mad as a Refuge From Unbelief: Blake and the Sanity of Dissidence,” pp. 121-143.
1796 Gallant, ChristineBlake and the Assimilation of Chaos (Princeton, N.J.:  Princeton University Press, 1978)
1797 Galt, Maginel.  “William Blake: A Man For All Time Foundation’s Latest Film,” Logos, the Swedenborg Foundation Newsletter, (Summer 1983), pp. [1]-3.
1798 Gandy, Edward.  “Some Passages” in the Life, &c. of Egomet Bonmot, Esq. a pseudonymous poem first published in 1825 generally ascribed to Thomas Griffiths Wainewright but probably the work of Edward Gandy. Edited by Marc Vaulbert de Chantilly (London: The Vanity Press of Bethnal Green, 2000)
            Library copy, “the fifty-eighth of a hundred, was printed on June 10 2001.”
1799 Gardner, CharlesVision & Vesture:  A Study of William Blake in Modern Thought (New York: E.P. Dutton & Co. Inc., 1929) Revised Edition.
1800 Gardner, CharlesWilliam Blake the Man (London: J.M. Dent & Sons Limited ; New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1919)
1801 Gardner, Stanley.  Blake (New York: Arco, 1969) Arco Literary Critiques
1802 Gardner, Stanley  Blake's INNOCENCE and EXPERIENCE Retraced (London: The Athlone Press ; New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1986)
1803 Gardner, StanleySome Notes on Blake's SONGS OF INNOCENCE AND OF EXPERIENCE ([Colchester:]  University of Essex, 1987)
            First draft. Library has 2 copies.
1804 Gardner, StanleySome Notes on Blake's SONGS OF INNOCENCE AND OF EXPERIENCE ([Colchester:]  University of Essex, 1988)
1805 Gardner, StanleyThe Tyger, the Lamb, and the Terrible Desart:  Songs of Innocence and of Experience in its times and circumstances Including Facsimiles of two copies [I, b] (London:  Cygnus Arts ; Madison ; Teaneck:  Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1998)
1806 Garnett, RichardWilliam Blake, Painter and Poet (London: Seeley and Co. Limited ; New York: Macmillan and Co., 1895) The Portfolio Artistic Monographs [No. 22]
            Bound with:
            Destrée, Olivier Georges.  The Renaissance of Sculpture in Belgium (London: Seeley and Co. Limited ; New York: Macmillan and Co., 1895) The Portfolio Artistic Monographs [No. 23]
            Weale, W. H. James.  Gerard David, Painter and Illuminator (London: Seeley and Co. Limited ; New York: Macmillan and Co., 1895) The Portfolio Artistic Monographs [No. 24]
1806C Garrido, Luis & Carol Garrido.  William Blake’s Final Resting Place (Southall, Middlesex, 200-?)
            First draft of unpublished manuscript with computer disk.
1806D Garrido, Luis & Carol Garrido.  William Blake’s Final Resting Place (Southall, Middlesex, 2005)
            Second draft of unpublished manuscript with computer disk.
1807 Gaull, MarilynEnglish Romanticism:  The Human Context (New York ; London: W.W. Norton & Company, 1988)
Includes: "William Blake"  Pp. 232-327 in Chapter XII:  Painting and Other Visual Arts.
1808 George, Diana HumeBlake and Freud (Ithaca ; London:  Cornell University Press, 1980)
1809 Ghose, Aurobindo.  The Future Poetry (Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1985) Second Edition.
1810 Gilchrist, AlexanderLife of William Blake, "Pictor Ignotus":  With Selections from his Poems and Other Writings.  Illustrated from Blake's Own Works, in Facsimile by J.W. Linton, and in Photolithography; with A Few of Blake's Original Plates.  In Two Volumes (London ; Cambridge:  Macmillan, 1863)
Copy 1
Copy 2: In the standard rust red binding, gilt on the front and blind-stamped on the back with the same design, but rebacked.  Vol. I half-title is inscribed "Clarence Cook │ from Julia Sept 8th 1867", with a typed letter to Clarence Cook from L.C.L. Jordan, Assistant Secretary of Cooper Union, 10 January 1894, about a lecture by Herbert H. Gilchrist on "Early English Art".  In each volume there is the simple armorial book-plate of Ganson Goodyear Depew.  There is also pasted in an undated obituary of Anne Gilchrist [1885] and a letter from Herbert H. Gilchrist to Mr Cook, 28 April 1893 about

dispersing my collection of drawings & engravings by William Blake ... I have many beautiful things left, and I am not asking fancy prices at all ....  I sold my proof copy of the "Book of Job" to Mansfield the other day--it was a superb copy.  Messrs Sotheby W[ilkinson] & Hodge sold my "Thel" in London a month ago [i.e., 17 March 1893, #1811].

1811 Gilchrist, AlexanderThe Life of William Blake.  Edited with an Introduction by W. Graham Robertson and Numerous Reproductions from Blake's Pictures Many Hitherto Unpublished (London: John Lane The Bodley Head ; New York: John Lane Company, 1907)
It contains:
Christie, Manson & Woods.  Catalogue of the John Linnell Collection of Highly Important Works by William Blake Obtained direct from the artist Also Numerous Prints, Books in Colour, Autographs, &c The Remaining Pictures & Drawings by John Linnell, Senr. and Pictures by Old Masters Which (by Order of the Trustees) Will be Sold by Auction by Messrs. Christie, Manson & Woods (L. Hannen, W. B. Anderson, and V. C. W. Agnew) at Their Great Rooms, 8 King Street, St. James's Square, London on Friday, March 15, 1918 at One O'Clock Precisely (London: Christie, Manson & Woods, 1918)
            Blake Society. Meeting.  [Report of the] Sixth Annual Meeting, 11 Sept. 1917.
            1 leaf.
1812 Gilchrist, AlexanderLife of William Blake.  Edited by Ruthven Todd (London: J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd ; New York: E. P. Dutton & Co. Inc., 1942)  Everyman's Library 971
1813 Gilchrist, AnneAnne Gilchrist: Her Life and Writings.  Edited by Herbert Harlakenden Gilchrist With a Prefatory Notice by William Michael Rossetti.  Second Edition.  (London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1887)
4°, in handsome dark blue(?) cloth with a gilt representation of Blake’s “Hope” on the cover.
1814 Gilchrist, Herbert Harlakenden.  “The Ballad of Little Tom the Sailor," Century Guild Hobby Horse, Volume I (1886), pp. 159-160.
1815 Gillham, D. G.  William Blake (London: Cambridge University Press, 1973)  British Authors:  Introductory Critical Series
1816 Gilson, Ambrose.  “Blake and the Elemental,” pp. 36-40,
Vishvapani.  “A Way of Breaking Free: [REVIEW of] Witness Against the Beast: William Blake and the Moral Law by E.P. Thompson, Urthona A Magazine For Rousing The Imagination, Issue 3, Spring 1995, pp. 12-14.
1816A Gimeno, Francisco.  “William Blake, vidente de este cielo,” Caracteres Literarios Ensayos Sobre la Ética de la Literatura, Año VI, número 7 (Otoño 2003), pp. 43-80.
1817 Givone, Sergio.  William Blake Arte e religione (Milano: Mursia, 1978) Saggi di Estetica e di Poetica 20. Italian.
1818 Glausser, Wayne.  Locke and Blake A Conversation across the Eighteenth Century (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1998)
1819 Gleckner, Robert F.  "Antithetical Structure in Blake's Poetical Sketches."  Studies in Romanticism, Volume 20 (Summer 1981), pp. 143-162, offprint.
1820 Gleckner, Robert F.  Blake and Spenser (Baltimore ; London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1985)
1821 Gleckner, Robert F.  "Blake and the Senses."  Studies in Romanticism, Volume V, Number 1 (Autumn 1965), pp. 1-15, offprint.
1822 Gleckner, Robert F.  "Blake, Bacon, Dante, and Sir Geoffrey Keynes."  [REVIEW of] The Complete Writings of William Blake, ed. Geoffrey Keynes (1957) Criticism, Volume I, No. 3 (Summer, 1959), pp. 265-270, offprint.
1823 Gleckner, Robert F.  "Blake, Bickerstaff, and Eighteenth-Century Theater."  Essays in Literature, Volume VII (1980), pp. 247-253, offprint.
1824 Gleckner, Robert F.  Blake's Prelude:  Poetical Sketches (Baltimore ; London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1982)
1825 Gleckner, Robert F.  "Blake's Seasons."  Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, Volume V, Number 3 (Summer 1965), pp. 533-551, offprint.
1826 Gleckner, Robert F.  “Edmund Spenser and Blake’s Printing House in Hell.” The South Atlantic Quarterly, Volume 81 (1982), pp. 311-322, offprint.
1827 Gleckner, Robert F.  The Piper & The Bard:  a study of William Blake (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1959)
1828 Gleckner, Robert F.  “The Strange Odyssey of Blake’s ‘The Voice of the Ancient Bard’.” Romanticism Past and Present, Volume 6, Number 1 (1982), pp. 1-25, offprint.
1829 Approaches to Teaching Blake's SONGS OF INNOCENCE AND OF EXPERIENCE Edited by Robert F. Gleckner and Mark L. Greenberg (New York: The Modern Language Association of America, 1989)  Approaches to Teaching World Literature [No.] 21
1830 Glen, HeatherVision and Disenchantment:  Blake's Songs and Wordsworth's Lyrical Ballads (Cambridge [England] ; London ; New York ; New Rochelle ; Melbourne ; Sydney: Cambridge University Press, 1983)
1831 Goddard, Harold Clarke.  Blake's Fourfold Vision (Wallingford, Pennsylvania: Pendle Hill, 1973, c1956) Pendle Hill Pamphlet #86
            Library copy is “Third printing, June, 1973”.
1832 Goldsmith, Steven.  Unbuilding Jerusalem:  Apocalypse and Romantic Representation (Ithaca ; London:  Cornell University Press, 1993)
            Includes Chapter 3, "Apocalypse and Representation:  Blake, Paine, and the Logic of Democracy."
1833 Gorely, Jean.  "William Blake's Engravings for a Wedgwood Catalogue," Old Wedgwood, Number 4 (August 1937), pp. 60-65.
1834 Goslee, Nancy MooreUriel's Eye:  Miltonic Stationing and Statuary in Blake, Keats, and Shelley (University, Alabama:  University of Alabama Press, 1985)
            Includes Chapter 2, "Blake's Milton:  From Marble Landscape to Living Form."
1835 Gourlay, Alexander S.  "What Was Blake’s Chaucer?"  Studies in Bibliography, Volume Forty-two (1989), pp. 272-283, offprint.
1836 Prophetic Character: Essays on William Blake in Honor of John E. Grant. Edited by Alexander S. Gourlay  (West Cornwall, CT: Locust Hill Press,  2002) Locust Hill Literary Studies No. 33. ISBN: 0-933951-96-5
1837 Gourlay, Alexander S. and John E. (John Ernest) Grant.  “The Melancholy Shepherdess in Prospect of Love and Death in Reynolds and Blake.”  Bulletin of Research in the Humanities, [Volume 85, Number 2] (Summer 1982), pp. 169-189, offprint.
1838 Goyder, GeorgeSigns of Grace with Additional Chapters by Rosemary Goyder (London:  The Cygnet Press, 1993) 
Includes Chapter XXI (pp. 84-86), "Geoffrey Keynes & William Blake" and Chapter XXII (pp. 87-88), "The Great Blake Sale -- 22 July 1949".
1839 Graham, John.  “Lavater’s Physiognomy in England.”  Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. XXII, No. 4 (Oct.-Dec., 1961), pp. 561-572, offprint.
1840 Grant, John E. (John Ernest)  "Blake Original and New." Modern Language Quarterly, Vol. 25, No. 3 (September, 1964), pp. 356-364, offprint.
            A review of S.F. Damon, Blake's Grave (1963), Hazard Adams, William Blake:  A Reading of the Shorter Poems (1963), and Vala (1963) edited by G.E. Bentley, Jr.
1840A Grant, John E. (John Ernest)  “Review Article: Who Shall Bind the Infinite and Arrange It in Libraries? William Blake’s Writings and Blake Books.” Philological Quarterly, Vol. 61 (Summer 1982), pp. 277-304, offprint.
1841 Discussions of William Blake Edited with an Introduction by John E. Grant (Boston: D.C. Heath and Company, 1961) Discussions of Literature
1842 Greenberg, Mark L.  "The Rossettis' Transcription of Blake's Notebook."  Library, Sixth Series, Volume 4, Number 3 (September 1982), pp. 249-272.
1843 Speak Silence:  Rhetoric and Culture in Blake's Poetical Sketches Edited by Mark L. Greenberg (Detroit:  Wayne State University Press, 1996) 
1844 Greenberg, Mark L.  "William Michael Rossetti's Transcription and William Bell Scott's Tracings from Blake's Notebook."  Library, Sixth Series, Volume 6, Number 3 (September 1984), pp. 254-270.
1844A Gurbhagat SinghPoetry as Metaconsciousness:  Readings in William Blake (Delhi:  Ajanta Publications, 1983)
1845 Hacket, J. T. (James Thomas)  THE │ STUDENT'S ASSISTANT │ IN │ [Gothic:] Astronomy and Astrology, │ CONTAINING │ OBSERVATIONS ON THE REAL AND APPARENT MOTIONS OF THE │ SUPERIOR PLANETS.--THE GEOCENTRIC LONGITUDE OF THE │ SUN AND SUPERIOR PLANETS, │ CALCULATED FOR 44 YEARS TO COME. │ Geocentric Longitude of the Planet Herschel for 100 years during │ the 18th Century.  The Moon's Node on the first day of │ every month, from 1836 to 1880.  Heliocentric │ and Geocentric Longitude of all the │ PLANETS' ASCENDING AND DESCENDING │ NODES. │ LONGITUDE, LATITUDE, AND MAGNITUDE OF ONE HUNDRED AND │ FORTY-FOUR FIXED STARS, FOR PAST AND FUTURE YEARS. │ [Gothic:] Eclipses of the Sun visible in England. │ ALSO │ A DISCOURSE ON THE HARMONY │ OF │ PHRENOLOGY, ASTROLOGY, AND PHYSIOGNOMY. │ - │ BY J. T. HACKET. │ - │ LONDON: │ BRAY AND KING, 55, ST. MARTIN'S LANE, │ AND E. GRATTAN, 51, PATERNOSTER ROW. │ 1836.  
6°, bound in original brown cloth, respined.  Colophon (p. 170):  MILTON PRESS:  J. NICHOLS, 9, CHANDOS STREET, STRAND.  At the end is a 9-page LIST OF A SMALL PORTION FROM A COLLECTION OF 3000 VOLUMES OF SCARCE, CURIOUS AND USEFUL BOOKS, Now on Sale, at the very Low Prices annexed, at 55, St. Martin's Lane [i.e., Bray and King], followed (p. 10) by a list of prices for their bindings.  Stamped at the foot of the title page and on the end-paper:  JOHN STORY, 152, CEMETARY ROAD, SHEFFIELD.
"Mr. Blake, Nov. 28, 7h. 45' p.m. 1757" appears in "A List of a few Names of the Patrons and Admirers of the science and doctrine of Astrology" (pp. 118-120).
1846 Hagstrum, Jean H. “Babylon Revisited, or the Story of Luvah and Vala,” pp. 101-118. Reprinted for private distribution from Blake’s Sublime Allegory: Essays on The Four Zoas, Milton, and Jerusalem, edited by Stuart Curran and Joseph Anthony Wittreich, Jr.
1847 Hagstrum, Jean H.  "Blake and British Art:  The Gifts of Grace and Terror."  Images of Romanticism:  Verbal and Visual Affinities.  Edited by Karl Kroeber and William Walling (New Haven ; London: Yale University Press, 1978), pp. 61-80, 253-260, offprint.
1848 Hagstrum, Jean H.  "Blake's Blake."  Essays in History and Literature Presented by Fellows of The Newberry Library to Stanley Pargellis.  Edited by Heinz Bluhm (Chicago, 1965), pp. 169-178, offprint.
1849 Hagstrum, Jean H.  “Pictures to the Heart The Psychological Picturesque in Ann Radcliffe’s The Mysteries of Udolpho.” Greene Centennial Studies Essays Presented to Honor Donald Greene in the Centennial Year of the University of Southern Carolina. Edited by Paul J. Korshin and Robert R. Allen (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1984), pp. 434-441, offprint.
1850 Hagstrum, Jean H.  "'What Seems to Be: Is':  Blake's Idea of God."  Johnson and His Age.  Edited by James Engell (Cambridge, Massachusetts ; London: Harvard University Press, 1984) Harvard English Studies 12, pp. 425-458, photocopy.
1851 Hagstrum, Jean H.  William Blake Poet and Painter:  An Introduction to the Illuminated Verse (Chicago ; London: The University of Chicago Press, 1964)
1852 Hagstrum, Jean H.  "William Blake rejects the enlightenment."  Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century.  Edited by Theodore Besterman (Geneva, 1963) Vol. XXV [Transactions of the First International congress on the Enlightenment (Vol.) II], pp. 811-828, offprint.
1853 Hagstrum, Jean H.  "William Blake's 'The Clod & the Pebble'."  Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature:  Essays in Honor of Alan Dugald McKillop.  Edited by Carroll Camden (Chicago: Rice University, 1963) Rice University Semicentennial Publications, pp. 381-388, offprint.
1854 Hagstrum, Jean H.  "'The Wrath of the Lamb':  A Study of William Blake's Conversions."  From Sensibility to Romanticism:  Essays Presented to Frederick A. Pottle.  Edited by Frederick W. Hilles & Harold Bloom (New York: Oxford University Press, 1965), pp. 311-330, offprint.
1855 Hall, Carol LouiseBlake and Fuseli:  A Study in the Transmission of Ideas (New York ; London:  Garland Publishing, Inc., 1985) Garland Publications in Comparative Literature
1856 Halliday, Robert.  “Smart Swine,” Country Life, Vol. CLXXXIX, No. 1 (January 5, 1995), pp. 28-29.
1857 Halloran, William F.  “William Blake’s The French Revolution: A Note on the Text and a Possible Emendation.” Bulletin of the New York Public Library, Volume 72, Number 1 (January 1968), pp. 3-18, offprint.
1858 Hamblen, Emily S.  Interpretation of William Blake's Job Its Ancient Wisdom and Mystic Ways (New York, N.Y.: Occult Research Press, [193-?])
1859 Hamblen, Emily S.  On the Minor Prophecies of William Blake With an Introduction by S. Foster Damon (London ; Toronto: J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd. ; New York: E.P. Dutton & Co. Inc., 1930)
1860 Handley, GrahamBrodie's Notes on William Blake's Songs of Innocence and Experience (London ; Sydney: Pan Books, 1979) Pan Study Aids
1861 From Blake to Byron. Edited by Boris Ford (Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books, 1957) The Pelican Guide to English Literature ; Volume 5
            Harding, D. W. “The Character of Literature from Blake to Byron,” pp. 33-66.
Harding, D. W. "William Blake," pp. 67-84.
Grigson, Geoffrey.  "English Painting from Blake to Byron," pp. 258-272.
1862 Harper, George Mills.  "Apocalyptic Vision and Pastoral Dreams in Blake's Four Zoas."  South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. LXIV, No. 1 (Winter 1965), pp. 110-124, offprint.
1863 Harper, George Mills.  "Blake's Lost Letter to Hayley, 4 December 1804."  Studies in Philology, Volume LXI, No. 3 (July, 1964), pp. 573-585, offprint.
1864 Harper, George Mills.  "Blake's Neo-Platonic Interpretation of Plato's Atlantis Myth."  Journal of English and Germanic Philology, Vol. LIV, No. 1 (January, 1955), pp. 72-79, offprint.
1865 Harper, George MillsThe Neoplatonism of William Blake (Chapel Hill, North Carolina:  University of North Carolina Press, 1961)
1866 Harper, George Mills.  "Thomas Taylor and Blake's Drama of Persephone."  Philological Quarterly, Volume XXXIV, Number 4 (October, 1955), pp. 378-394, offprint.
1867 Harris, Eugenie.  The Poetry of William Blake (New York, N.Y.: Monarch Press, 1966) Monarch Notes 775.
[Engraved title:] [Gothic:] MEMOIRS │ of the │ Life │ ofGEORGE MORLAND. │ [Vignette of a cow and cottage] │ Published by JAMES CUNDEE.  Albion Press, London.
4°, in ¾ brown calf over brown marbled boards which may once have been the same colour as the green marbled end-papers; front board detached.  On the top left corner of the inner board is a round red ticket:  "Sold by │ G. SHADE │ BOOKSELLER Princes Street Cavendish Square", and there is also the handsome armorial book-plate of Henry Davidson.
There are notes on Blake's chalk engravings of Morland's "Idle Laundress" and "Industrious Cottager" (pp. 78, 170-171).
1869 Hawkins, JohnI am, my dear Sir ...:  A Selection of Letters written mainly to and by John Hawkins, F.R.S., F.G.S. 1761-1841 of Bignor Park, Sussex, & Trewithen, Cornwall.  Edited, with an Introduction by Francis W. Steer ([Chichester, England: Moore and Tillyer Ltd, Printers], 1959)
A reference to Blake in a letter from Hayley to Hawkins of 11 August 1800 (p. 4).
1870 Hayes, ElliotBlake:  Innocence and Experience: A Play (Stratford, Ontario: Echo Hill Ltd., 1983)
The half-title is inscribed "Robert Southey. from the Editor. │ Keswick. 12 July 1823." and "Jane Jones │ The Gift of J. Cardswell Esq. │ July the 10th 1844". There are a number of important references to Blake.
1872 Hazen, Allen T. (Allen Tracy)  A Bibliography of Horace Walpole (New York: Barnes & Noble Books ; Folkestone, England: Dawsons of Pall Mall, 1973)
1873 Hazen, Allen T. (Allen Tracy)  A Bibliography of the Strawberry Hill Press With a Record of the Prices at Which Copies Have Been Sold Including a New Supplement. Together With a Bibliography and Census of the Detached Pieces by A. T. Hazen and J. P. Kirby. New Edition (New York: Barnes & Noble Books ; Folkestone, England: Dawsons of Pall Mall, 1973)
1874 Heath, T. J.  A Tyger’s Tale = Tora-san no o-hanashi. Illustrated by Gerald Fitzgerald (London: House of William Blake, 2000?) English and Japanese on opposite sides of sheet.
            1 folded sheet.
1875 Helms, Randel.  "Proverbs of Heaven and Proverbs of Hell," in Paunch, No. 38 (March 1974), pp. 51-58.
1876 Heppner, Christopher.  “Blake as Humpty Dumpty: The Verbal Specification of Visual Meaning.” Word and Visual Imagination: Sutides in the Interaction of English Literature and the Visual Arts. Edited by Karl Josef Höltgen, Peter M. Daly and Wolfgang Lottes. (Erlangen, 1988), pp. 223-240, offprint.
1877 Heppner, Christopher.  “A Collection of Wood Blocks and Related Material at McGill University.”  The Book Collector, [Vol. 35] (Spring 1986), pp. 53-66, offprint.
1878 Heppner, Christopher.  Reading Blake's Designs.  (Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1995)
1879 Hilles, Frederick Whiley.  “A “New” Blake Letter.” Yale Review, Autumn, 1967, pp. 85-89, offprint.
1880 Symposium on Romanticism.  Edited by Deirdre Coleman, Petter Otto (Adelaide: Centre for British Studies, The University of Adelaide, 1990) Occasional Papers (University of Adelaide. Centre for British Studies) No. 1
            Hilton, Nelson.  "'I' Sings Blake's Songs,"  pp. 25-48.
            Tolley, Michael J.  “Marriages in Heaven and Hell: Blake’s Enigmatic Title-Page,” pp. 8-24.
1881 Hilton, NelsonLiteral Imagination:  Blake's Vision of Words (Berkeley ; Los Angeles ; London: University of California Press, 1983)
1882 Essential Articles for the Study of William Blake, 1970-1984. Edited by Nelson Hilton (Hamden, Connecticut: Archon Books, 1986) Essential Articles Series
1883 Unnam'd Forms:  Blake and Textuality. Edited by Nelson Hilton and Thomas A. Vogler (Berkeley ; Los Angeles ; London: University of California Press, 1986)
1884 Hirsch, E. D. (Eric Donald) Innocence and Experience:  An Introduction to Blake (New Haven ; London:  Yale University Press, 1964)
1885 Hirst, Desirée.  “New Light on William Blake,” The Month New Series, Vol. 19, No. 1 (January 1958), pp. 33-37.
1886 Hirst, Désirée.  "On the Aesthetics of Prophetic Art."  British Journal of Aesthetics, Volume 4, No. 3 (July 1964), pp. 248-252, offprint.
1886A Hirst, Désirée.  “Die Heimlichen Schätze = William Blakes Genius.” Antaios, Band VIII, No 4 (November 1966), pp. 319-342, offprint.
1887 Hoagwood, Terence AllanProphecy and the Philosophy of Mind:  Traditions of Blake and Shelley (University, Alabama:  University of Alabama Press, 1985)
1888 Hobson, Christopher Z.  Blake and Homosexuality (New York ; Houndmills: Palgrave, 2000)
1889 Hobson, Christopher Z. The Chained Boy: Orc and Blake's Idea of Revolution (Lewisburg:  Bucknell University Press ; London:  Associated University Presses, 1999)
1890 Holloway, John. Blake:  The Lyric Poetry (London: Edward Arnold (Publishers) Ltd., 1968) Studies in English Literature No. 34
1891 Holloway, JohnBlake.  Prepared for the Course Team (Milton Keynes: The Open University Press, 1984)  Arts, A Third Level Course. Romantic Poetry Units 2-3.
A folded flyer.
The essay on "The Last Chimney Sweeper" reprints Blake's "The Chimney Sweeper" (Innocence) from Montgomery's Chimney Sweeper's Friend (1824).
1894 Hori, Keiko.  America [to] Europe [ni okeru] “nameless shadowy female” [Kōsatsu].” Ōsaka Kyōiku Daigaku Kiyō. Dai 1-bumon, dai 35-Kan dai 1-gō (1986-hen 8gatsu), pp. 15-24, offprint. In Japanese.
1895 Hori, Keiko.  “Innocence[to] Experience [no hazama de -] The Book of Thel [shōron].” Ōsaka Kyōiku Daigaku Kiyō. Dai 1-bumon, dai 33-Kan dai 1-gō (1984-hen 9-gatsu), pp. 51-56, offprint. In Japanese.
1896 Hori, Keiko.  “William Blake [to] Mary Wollstonecraft - Blake [no] Mary [o meg utte].” Ōsaka Kyōiku Daigaku Kiyō. Dai 1-bumon, dai 34-Kan dai 1-gō (1985-hen 8gatsu), pp. 15-24, offprint. In Japanese.
1897 Howard, JohnBlake's MILTON:  A Study in the Selfhood (Rutherford ; Madison ; Teaneck: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press ; London: Associated University Presses, 1976)
1898 Howard, JohnInfernal Poetics:  Poetic Structures in Blake's Lambeth Prophecies (Rutherford ; Madison ; Teaneck: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press ; London ; Toronto: Associated University Presses, 1984)
1899 Howard, Seymour.  "Blake:  Classicism, Gothicism, and Nationalism," Colby Library Quarterly, Volume XXI, Number 4 (December 1985), pp. 165-187.
1900 Howard, Seymour.  “The Revival of Ancient Archaic Art in the Late Eighteenth Century and the Use of Archaising Postures and Modes in Drama and Living Sculpture.” Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century 192 (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1980), pp. 1453-1460, offprint.
            2 copies.
1901 Howard, Seymour.  "William Blake:  The Antique, Nudity, and Nakedness:  A Study in Idealism and Regression."  artibus et historiae:  rivista internazionale di arti visive e cinema, nr 6 (1982), pp. 117-149, offprint.
1902 Howell, Heather.  William Blake 1757-1827 A brief history to mark the 250th anniversary of his birth (Littlehampton: Bayprint, 2007)
1903 Humphrey, Stephen C.  The Story of Rotherhithe. New Edition (London: Southwark Local Studies Library, 1997) London Borough of Southwark Neighbourhood History No. 6
1904 Huntington Library Quarterly, Volume XXI, Number 1 (November 1957):  Blake Bicentennial Issue
            Raine, Kathleen. “Some Sources of Tiriel
            Roe, Albert S. “A Drawing of the Last Judgment”
            Frye, Northrop. “Blake’s Introduction to Experience”
            Colie, Roslie L. “Thomas Traherne and the Infinite: The Ethical Compromise”
Wark, Robert R. “A Minor Blake Conundrum”
1905 Huntington Library Quarterly, Volume 58, Nos. 3 & 4 (1997):  "William Blake:  Images and Texts"
            Essick, Robert N. “Introduction”
            Viscomi, Joseph. “The Evolution of The Marriage of Heaven and Hell
            Mellor, Anne K. “Sex, Violence, and Slavery: Blake and Wollstonecraft”
            Bindman, David. “Blake’s Vision of Slavery Revisited”
            Rajan, Tilottama. “(Dis)figuring the System: Vision, History, and Trauma in Blake’s Lambeth Books”
            Eaves, Morris.  “On Blakes We Want and Blakes We Don’t”
            Mitchell, W. J. T. “Chaosthetics: Blake’s Sense of Form”
1906 William Blake: Images and Texts (San Marino, California: Huntington Library, 1997)
            Published also as v. 58, no. 3 and 4 of the Huntington Library quarterly. See above for contents.
1907 International Blake Conference (2003 : Kyoto, Japan) The International Blake Conference “Blake in the Orient” Organized by Masashi Suzuki & Steve Clark (Kyoto: The Blake Conference Committee, 2003)
Programme [29-30 November 2003] Organized by Masashi Suzuki & Steve Clark
The contents are proposals for 20-minute papers. In English.
The Glad Days in the Reception of Blake in Japan:  A Concurrent Exhibition [27 November-27 December 2003 at Kyoto University Museum] Organized by Masashi Suzuki & Steve Clark. In English and Japanese.
Masashi Suzuki & Steve Clark, “Preface.”  Pp. 1-2, 55.
Sori Yanagi, “Message.”  Pp. 3, 56.  About his father.
Anon.  “The Glad Days in the Reception of Blake in Japan.”  Pp. 5-6, 57-59. 
Kozo Shioe, “On the ‘Nagasaki Collection’.”  Pp. 7-9, 60-63.
The catalogue entries, first in English and then in Japanese, are by Kozo Shioe & Yumiko Goto.  Each section begins with a short essay.
Part I consists of “Japan’s Encounter with Blake”, subdivided into “1  Master Writers of the Meiji Period and Blake” (pp. 11-14, 65), “2  The Introduction of Blake’s Art by Soetsu Yanagi and the Shirakaba Group” (pp. 15-20, 66-68), “3  Blake Exhibitions Organized by Shirakaba” (pp. 21-25, 69-70), and “4  The Development of Blake Reception and the 100th Anniversary of the Death of Blake” (pp. 26-37, 71-77)..
Part II, “Japanese Blakeans”, consists of “1  Ryuuisei Kishida and the Artists of the Shirakaba Group” (pp. 38-45, 78-80), “2 Kagaku Murakami and Kokuga Sosaku Kyokai” (pp. 46-5081-82), and “3  Blake Collector: Taro Nagasaki” (pp. 52-53, 83-84).
2 volumes together in case.
1908 Jackson, J. R. de J. (James Robert de Jager)  Poetry of the Romantic Period (London ; Boston ; Henley: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1980) The Routledge History of English Poetry Volume 4
            Includes: "Jerusalem" (pp. 220-225) and "Milton" (pp. 235-245), Parts I and III of Chapter 9:  "Allegorical Alternatives".
1909 James, David E.  “Blake’s Laocoön: A Degree Zero of Literary Production,” PMLA, Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, Volume 98, Number 2 (March 1983), pp. 226-236.
1910 James, David E.  Written Within and Without:  A Study of Blake's Milton (Frankfurt am Main ; Bern ; Las Vegas: Peter Lang, 1977) Europäische Hochsculschriften Angelsächsische Sprache und Literatur Reihe XIV Publications Universitaires Européenes Langue et Litérature françaises Série XIV European University Papers Anglo-Saxon language and literature Series XIV, Bd./Vol. 54
1911 James, Laura DeWitt.  William Blake & the Tree of Life (Berkeley ; London:  Shambala, 1971)
1912 Jay, Ricky.  Learned Pigs & Fireproof Women (New York: Villard Books, 1986)
1913 Jenkins, Herbert George.  William Blake Studies of His Life and Personality. Edited with an Introduction by C. E. Lawrence (London: Herbert Jenkins Limited, 1925)
1913A John, Donald.  “Romantic Regeneration: Blake, Creation, and the Constitutive Imagination,” pp. 189-206,
Keeble, Brian.  “William Blake: Art as Divine Vision,” in Temenos Academy Review, 9, 2006, pp. 176-188.
1913B John Murray (Firm).  John Murray (London: John Murray (Publishers) Ltd., 1996)
1914 The English Romantic Poets:  A Review of Research and Criticism.  Fourth Edition.  Edited by Frank Jordan (New York: The Modern Language Association of America, 1985)
            Johnson, Mary Lynn.  "William Blake,"  pp. 113-252.
1915 Jose, Chiramel P.  "Blake Decoding The Book of Job," Aligarh Journal of English Studies, Volume 19, Number 2 (October 1997), pp. 1-24.
1916 Blake, WilliamA Bibliographical Study of William Blake's Note-Book by Bunsho Jugaku (Tokyo: The Hokuseido Press, 1953)
1917 Centre and Circumference:  Essays in English Romanticism [by members of the] Association of English Romanticism in Japan. Kenkichi Kamijima, Chief of the Editorial Board (Tokyo:  Kirihara Shoten, 1995)
1918 Kang, Sun Koo.  "William Blake [eui] Jerusalem," Journal of English Language and Literature, Volume XX (1984), pp. 701-721, in Korean, with an English abstract. Photocopy.
1919 Kang, Sun Koo.  "William Blake [eui] The Four Zoas," Journal of English Language and Literature, Volume XXXVIII (1992), pp. 453-476, in Korean, with an English abstract. Photocopy.
1920 Katsura, Fumiko.  “Blake no Ucho-Sozo-Shinwa: The Book of Urizen wo Chushin ni,” Shikai, 13 (1970), pp. 16-28. In Japanese.
            English translation: “Blake’s Myth of the Creation of the Universe: Especially in The Book of Urizen,”in The Outlook, 13 (1970).
1921 Katsura, Fumiko.  “Blake Shinwa Oboegaki The Four Zoas wo megutte,” Shitennōji Joshi Daigaku kiyō, Dai 2-gō (1970), pp. 32-46. In Japanese.
            English translation: “Notes on Blake’s Mythology: On The four Zoas,” in Review of Shitennoji Women’s College, No. 2 (1970).
1922 Kaufman, Andrew Frederick. "Authority and Vision:  A Study of William Blake's Songs of Innocence and of Experience."  Toronto Ph.D., 1985
1923 Kauvar, Elaine M. (Elaine Mozer)  "Blake's Interpretation of Dreams:  'Mental Forms Creating'," American Imago, Vol. 41, No. 1 (Spring 1984), pp. 19-45.
1924 Keogh, J. G. and Thomas E. Connolly and George R. Levine.  “Two Songs of Innocence,” PMLA, Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, Volume 84, Number 1 (January 1969), pp. 137-140.
1925 Keynes, Geoffrey.  "A Blake Engraving in Bonnycastle's Mensuration, 1982."  Book Collector, Volume XII (Summer 1963), pp. 205-206, offprint.
1926 Keynes, GeoffreyBlake Studies:  Notes on his Life and Works in Seventeen Chapters (London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1949)
1927 Keynes, Geoffrey.  Blake Studies:  Essays on his life and work.  Second Edition Revised and Enlarged (Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1971)
1928 Keynes, Geoffrey.  "Blake’s Engravings For Gay’s Fables."  Book Collector, Volume XXI (Spring 1972), pp. 59-64, offprint.
1929 To Geoffrey Keynes Articles Contributed to The Book Collector To Commemorate His Eighty-Fifth Birthday (London: The Book Collector, 1972)
            Keynes, Geoffrey.  "Blake’s Engravings For Gay’s Fables," pp. 59-64,
            Fletcher, Ian.  “The Ellis-Yeats-Blake Manuscript Cluster,” pp. 90-112.
1930 Keynes, Geoffrey.  "'Blake's Own' Copy of Songs of Innocence and of Experience," Book Collector, Volume 29, No. 2 (Summer 1980), pp. 203-207.
1931 Studies in Art and Literature for Belle Da Costa Greene.  Edited by Dorothy Miner (Princeton, New Jersey:  Princeton University Press, 1954)
            Keynes, Geoffrey.  "Blake's Vision of the Circle of the Life of Man,"  pp. 202-208.
1932 Keynes, GeoffreyThe Gates of Memory (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1981)
1933 Keynes, Geoffrey.  "On Editing Blake."  English Studies Today.  Third Series (Edinburgh: At the University Press, 1964), pp. 137-153, offprint.
1934 Keynes, Geoffrey.  "Some Uncollected Authors XLIV:  George Cumberland 1754-1848."  Book Collector, Volume XIX (Spring 1970), pp. 31-65, offprint.
1935 Keynes, GeoffreyWilliam Blake's 'Laughing Song' A New Version : A Note (Edinburgh: National Library of Scotland, 1969)
Reprinted from Volume CXXII (24 Sept. 1910) of Notes and Queries. Library has 2 copies.
1936 King, James.  “Cowper’s Adelphi Restored: The Excisions to Cowper’s Narrative.” Review of English Studies, New Series, Volume XXX, Number 119 (August 1979), pp. 291-305, offprint.
1936A King, James.  “An Unlikely Alliance: Fuseli as Revisor of Cowper’s Homer.” Neophilologus, Volume 67 (1983), pp. 468-479, offprint.
1937 King, James.  “The Meredith Family, Thomas Taylor, and William Blake,” Studies in Romanticism, Volume 11, Number 2 (Spring 1972), pp. 153-157.
1938 King, James.  “The Meredith Family, Thomas Taylor, and William Blake.” Studies in Romanticism, Volume 11, Number 2 (Spring 1972), pp. 153-157, offprint.
1939 King, James.  “Thomas Taylor, the Meredith Family, and the Society (ii).” Journal of the Royal Society of Arts (April 1973), pp. 326-328, offprint.
1940 King, JamesWilliam Blake His Life (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1991)
1941 Kingston, Beryl.  Gates of Paradise (London: Allison & Busby, 2006)
1942 Kiralis, Karl.  "Joyce and Blake:   Basic Source for 'Finnegans Wake'."  Modern Fiction Studies, Volume IV (1958/59), pp. 329-334, offprint.
1943 Kiralis, Karl.  “The Theme and Structure of William Blake’s Jerusalem.” ELH, A Journal of English Literary History, Vol. 23, No. 2 (June, 1956), pp. 127-143, offprint.
1944 Kiralis, Karl.  “William Blake as an Intellectual and Spiritual Guide to Chaucer’s Canterbury Pilgrims.Blake Studies, Vol. 1, No. 2 (Spring, 1969), pp. 139-190, offprint.
1945 Knoblauch, AdolfWilliam Blake:  Ein Umriss seines Lebens und seiner Geschichte. Mit 26 Abbildungen (Berlin: Furche-Kunstverlag, 1925) Schöpfung Beiträge zu einer Weltgeschichte religiöser Kunst Band 7
8°, in brown cloth over green marbled boards, with the original leather spine re-affixed.  Colophon (Vol. I last page):  "LONDON │ PRINTED BY SAMUEL BENTLEY, │ Dorset Street, Fleet Street."
1947 Kodama, Hisao.  “Blake’s Innocence and Experience: A Reconsideration.” Collected Essays by the Members of the Faculty (Kyoritsu Women’s Junior College), Number 4 (December, 1960), pp. 69-84, offprint.
1948 Kodama, Hisao.  “Bureiku yogensho no inritsu.” The Annual Collection of Essays and Studies, Faculty of Letters, Gakushuin University, Vol. XXVIII (1981), pp. 1-22, offprint.
1949 Komáromy, Zsolt.  “Echoing Innocence: The Figures of Memory and Echo in Blakean Pastoral,” pp. 75-118,
Mácsok, Márta.  “Dante Revisited: The Vision of Paolo and Francesca in Blake’s and D. G. Rossetti’s Interpretation,” in The AnaChronist, 1998, pp. 119-132.
1950 Kono, Rikyū.  Bureiku no “yobu-ki” ([Tokyo]: Kirihara Shuten, 1985)
1951 Korteling JacominaMysticism in Blake and Wordsworth (New York:  Haskell House, 1966)
1951A Kovel, Joel. "Dark satanic mills: William Blake and the critique of war". Printout of article in electronic journal, Capitalism, nature, socialism, Volume 21, Number 2 (June 2010).
1952 Kremen, Kathryn RThe Imagination of the Resurrection:  The Poetic Continuity of a Religious Motif in Donne, Blake, and Keats (Lewisburg [Pennsylvania]:  Bucknell University Press, 1972)
            Includes: "Blake's Fourfold Resurrection and Christianity of the Imagination,"  Chapter 3, pp. 139-259.           
1953 La Belle, Jenijoy.  "William Blake's Reputation in the 1830s:  Some Unrecorded Documents," Modern Philology, Volume 84, Number 3 (February 1987), pp. 302-307.
1954 La Belle, Jenijoy.  "William Blake's Reputation in the 1830s:  Some Unrecorded Documents." Modern Philology, Volume 84, Number 3 (February 1987), pp. 302-307, offprint.
1955 Lamb, Jonathan.  "Research Reports VII--Job, Epitaphs, and Blake's Illustrations," Clark Newsletter:  Bulletin of the UCLA Center for 17th and 18th-Century Studies, No. 16 (Spring 1989), pp. 4-7.
1956 Langridge, Irene.  William Blake A Study of His Life and Art Work (London: George Bell and Sons, 1904)
1957 Lansverk, Marvin D. L.  The Wisdom of Many, The Vision of One:  The Proverbs of William Blake (New York ; Washington, D.C. ; Baltimore ; San Francisco ; Bern ; Frankfurt am Main ; Berlin ; Vienna ; Paris:  Peter Lang, 1994)  American University Studies Series IV:  English Language and Literature Vol. 142
1958 Larrissy, Edward.  Blake and Modern Literature (Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York, N.Y.: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006)
1959 Larrissy, Edward.  William Blake (Oxford, UK ; New York, NY: Basil Blackwell, 1985) Rereading Literature
1960 Leader, ZacharyReading Blake's SONGS (Boston ; London ; Henley:  Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1981)
1961 Leavis, F. R. (Frank Raymond)  “Justifying One’s Valuation of Blake,” The Aligarh Critical Miscellany, Volume 12, Number 1 (1999), pp. 60-94.
1962 Leckie, Steve.  “Heaven and Hell in a Proverb,” p. 40,
Prakasha“A Memorable Fancy,” p. 41,
Ananda.  “William Blake the Revolutionary Spirit,” in Urthona A Magazine For Rousing The Imagination, Issue Two, Spring 1994, pp. 42-55.
1963 Lee, Elizabeth.  "William Blake," University of Adelaide Library News, Volume 3, Number 1 (March 1981), pp. 1-3.
1964 Lefcowitz, Barbara F.  "Blake and the Natural World."  PMLA, Publications of the Modern Language Association of America,  Volume 89, Number 1 (January 1974), pp. 131-131.
1965 LETTERS │ FROM AN │ IRISH STUDENT │ IN ENGLAND │ TO HIS FATHER │ IN │ IRELAND. │ = │ "Il y a encore de quoi glaner." │ = │ VOL. I[-II].  │ - │ [Gothic:] London: │ Printed by W. Lewis, Paternoster-Row; │ FOR │ C. CRADOCK & W. JOY, 32, PATERNOSTER-ROW. │ - │ 1809.
8°, 2 vols., in remarkable sound but dirty grey boards with paper spine reading:  THE │ IRISH STUDENT'S │ LETTERS │ FROM │ LONDON │ TO │ DUBLIN. │ - │ VOL. I[-II].  Untrimmed, the index pages in Vol. II uncut.
1966 Lewis, Linda M. The Promethean Politics of Milton, Blake, and Shelley (Columbia ; London:  University of Missouri Press, 1992)
            Includes: "Blake's Orc as Promethean Rebel, Los as Promethean Imagination,"  Chapter 4 (pp. 111-153)
1967 Milton’s Legacy in the Arts. Edited by Albert C. Labriola and Edward Sichi, Jr.  (University Park ; London:  Pennsylvania State University Press, 1988)
Lieb, Michael.  “‘The Chariot of Paternal Deitie’: Some Visual Renderings,”  pp. 21-58
Sullivan, Ernest W.  “Illustration as Interpretation: Paradise Lost from 1768 to 1807,”  pp. 59-92.
1967A The Light Blue A Cambridge University Magazine (Cambridge ; London ; Oxford: Rivingtons, 1866-1870)
Library has Vol. II (Jan.-June 1867)
Includes: William Blake. I. Blake the author / P.M., pp. 146-151 (March 1867) -- The lawgiver's song (from an unpublished MS. by the late W. Blake) / William Blake, p. [162] (March 1867) -- William Blake. II. Blake the artist / P.M., pp. [216]-226 (April 1867) -- Songs (Never before published) / William Blake, p. [240] (April 1867) -- William Blake. III. Blake the artist (Concluded) / P.M., pp. [286]-294 (May 1867).
1968 Lincoln, AndrewSpiritual History:  A Reading of William Blake's Vala or The Four Zoas (Oxford:  Clarendon Press, 1995)
1969 Lincoln, Andrew.  “[Review of] The social vision of William Blake by Michael Ferber ... [and] Being form'd: thinking through Blake's Milton by Mark Bracher ...”  The Review of English Studies, New Series, Volume XXXVIII, Number 149 (February 1987), pp. 85-87, offprint.
1970 Lindberg, Bo.  "William Blake," in Finsk Tidskrift, T. 189-190, H. 10 (1971), pp. 424-439. In Swedish. Includes translation of Blake’s “The Mental Traveller”.
1971 Lindberg, BoWilliam Blake's Illustrations to the Book of Job (Åbo: Åbo Akademi, 1973)  Acta Academiae Aboensis, Ser. A:  Humaniora:  Humanistiska Vetenskaper, Socialvetenskaper och Juridik, Teologi, Vol. 46
The doctoral dissertation at Abo University for which GEB was the Opponent.
1972 Lindberg, Bo.  “William Blakes Nebuchadnezzar och mänskodjuret.”  Taidehistoriallisia Tutkimuksia = Konsthistoriska Studier, 1 (1974), pp. 9-18, Eripainos [Offprint].
1973 Lindberg, Bo.  "William Blake's Visions and the Unio Artistica."  Mysticism:  Based on Papers read at the Symposium on Mysticism held at Abo on the 7th-9th September, 1968.  Edited by Sven S. Hartman and Carl-Martin Edsman (Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell, 1972) Scripta Instituti Donneriani Aboensis V, pp. 141-167, offprint.
1974 Lindsay, David W.  Blake: Songs of Innocence and Experience (Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; London: Macmillan, 1989) The Critics Debate
1975 Lindsay, JackWilliam Blake:  Creative Will and the Poetic Image. Second Edition, Enlarged (New York, N.Y.: Haskell House Publishers Ltd., 1971)
1976 Lindsay, Jack.  William Blake:  His Life and Work (New York: George Braziller, 1979)
1977 Linnell, David.  Blake, Palmer, Linnell and Co.:  The Life of John Linnell.  ([Lewes, East] Sussex, England:  The Book Guild Ltd, 1994) 
1978 Lister, Raymond.  “The Ancients and the Classics.” Studies in Romanticism, Volume 15, Number 3 (Summer 1976), pp. 395-404, offprint.
1979 Lister, RaymondBeulah to Byzantium:  A Study of Parallels in the Works of W.B. Yeats, William Blake, Samuel Palmer & Edward Calvert (Dublin: Printed and published at the Dolmen Press, 1965) Dolmen Press Yeats Centenary Papers No. II.
1980 Lister, Raymond.  “The Book Illustrations of Samuel Palmer.” The Book Collector, Volume 28, No. 1 (Spring 1979), pp. 67-104, offprint.
1981 Lister, RaymondBritish Romantic Art (London: G. Bell & Sons, 1973)
1982 Lister, RaymondEdward Calvert (London: G. Bell & Sons, Ltd., 1962)
            Includes: "William Blake,"  pp. 13-21.
1983 Lister, Raymond.   George Richmond:  A Critical Biography (London: Robin Garton Ltd, 1981)
1984 Lister, Raymond.  Infernal Methods A Study of William Blake’s Art Techniques (London: G. Bell & Sons Ltd., 1975)
1985 Lister, Raymond.  “W. B. Yeats as an Editor of William Blake.”  Blake Studies, Vol. 1, No. 2 (1969), pp. 123-138, offprint.
1986 Lister, Raymond,  “Welby Sherman and Samuel Palmer’s The Shepherd.”  The Connoisseur, Vol. 195, No. 785, July 1977, pp. 212-213, offprint.
1987 Lister, RaymondWilliam Blake:  An Introduction to the Man and to his Work.  With a Foreword by G.E. Bentley, Jr. (London: G. Bell and Sons Ltd, 1968)
1988 Lister, Raymond. With My Own Wings:  The Memoirs of Raymond Lister.  (Cambridge, England:  The Oleander Press, 1994)
            Includes: "The Followers of William Blake,"  Chapter Thirteen (pp. 145-152).
1989 Lissim, Simon.  The Art of Raymond Lister. With a Foreword by L. G. G. Ramsey (Cambridge: John P. Gray and Son Ltd., 1958)
            4°, in contemporary grey-green marbled boards with leather corners, back covered with cloth strip; first flyleaf inscribed “Anne Garten Jackson │ 1838”. Includes obituary of Blake in No. 552 (pp. 540-541).
1991 Löchle, DieterWilliam Blake--Roof'd in from Eternity:  Erschienen als Begleitheft zur Ausstellung vom 3. April bis zum, 25. Mai 1995 in der Universitätsbibliothek Tübingen (Tübingen:  Universitätsbibliothek Tübingen, 1995)
1992 The Lonsdale The International Quarterly of The Romantic Six (Sydney, Australia: Vagabond Press, 1995-   )
            Library has Volume I, Issue IV, Volume II, Issues I-II.
1993 Lord, JohnWilliam Blake Private Printer (Wymondham, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, England:  Brewhouse Press, 1972)  [Brewhouse Press] Broadsheet Number Ten
1994 Lowery, Margaret RuthWindows of the Morning:  A Critical Study of William Blake's Poetical Sketches, 1783 (New Haven: Yale University Press ; London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1940) Yale Studies in English Volume 93
1995 A Petworth Posie Arranged by Lady Leconfield for the Petworth Park Fete, 5th August, 1918, in aid of the Sussex County Prisoners of War Fund (London: Burns & Oates, Limited, 1918)
            Lucas, E. V. (Edward Verrall)  Blake at Felpham, pp. 15-18.
1996 Lundeen, Kathleen.  Knight of the Living Dead: William Blake and the Problem of Ontology (Selinsgrove: Susquehanna University Press ; London: Associated University Presses, 2000)
1997 Mars Hill Audio Journal Volume 51 July/August 2001 A bimonthly audio magazine of contemporary culture & Christian conviction (Powhatan, Va. : Mars Hill Audio, 2001)
            2 sound disc (106 min.)
            Lundin, Roger.  On the Vision of William Blake (Disc 2)
1998 Lytton, Edward Bulwer Lytton, Baron.  THE STUDENT │ A SERIES OF PAPERS, │ BY THE AUTHOR OF │ "EUGENE ARAM," "ENGLAND AND THE ENGLISH," │ &c. &c. │ [4-line motto] │ IN TWO VOLUMES. │ VOL. I[-II]. │ [Gothic:] Second Edition. │ LONDON: │ SAUNDERS AND OTLEY, CONDUIT STREET. │ 1835.
In ¾ calf over blue marbled boards, spine elaborately gilt.  The section referring to Blake was first published in 1830.
1999 Macdonald, Greville.  The Sanity of William Blake With six illustrations of Blake's drawings (London:  A.C. Fifield, 1908)
            Library has 2 copies.
1999A MacLean, Robert. "The methodology of night: William Blake and Edward Young's Night thoughts." Ritsumeikan Eibei Bungaku, Nos. 15 (2006) & 16 (2007), pp. 6-27, 16-38. Photocopy.
2000 Macve, Jennifer.  The Hafod Landscape An illustrated history and guide (Pontrhydygroes, Ystrad-Meurig, Ceredigion: The Hafod Trust, 2004)
2000A Magno, Cettina Tramontano.  “L'Imagery Poetico-Pittorica di W. Blake nei Romanzi di P. White.” L'Australia Negli Anni '80, Extracted.
2001 Maler Leben Werk und irhe Zeit:  Abschnitt 1, Romantik und Impressionismus,  Heft 15. Blake (Hamburg: Marshall Cavendish Ltd., 1984)
2002 Maps and Prints Aspects of the English Booktrade. Edited by Robin Myers and Michael Harris (Oxford: Oxford Polytechnic Press, 1984) Publishing Pathways
2003 St. James’s Church, Piccadilly (London, England)  Parish Magazine, January, 1958
Margoliouth, H. M. (Herschel Maurice).  "The Bicentenary of William Blake's Baptism.  An Address given in St. James's Church by Mr. H.M. Margoliouth on December 11th, 1957," pp. 9-16.
2004 Margoliouth, H. M. (Herschel Maurice).  “Blake’s Drawings for Young’s Night Thoughts.The Review of English Studies, New Series, Volume V, Number 17 (January 1954), pp. 47-54, offprint.
2005 Margoliouth, H. M. (Herschel Maurice).  “Blake’s Drawings for Young’s Night Thoughts.” Chapter 8 of Divine Vision, pp. 191-204, offprint.
            Library has 2 copies.
2006 Margoliouth, H. M. (Herschel Maurice).  "Blake's Mr. Mathew," Notes and Queries for Readers and Writers, Collectors and Librarians, Vol. 196, No. 8 (April 14, 1951), pp. 162-163.
            Library copy has leaf of ms. notes by Margoliouth laid in.
2007 Margoliouth, H. M. (Herschel Maurice).  "Blake's 'Sons of Albion'," Notes and Queries for Readers and Writers, Collectors and Librarians, Vol. 194, No. 5 (March 5, 1949), pp. 94-95.
2008 Margoliouth, H. M. (Herschel Maurice).  "The Marriage of Blake's Parents," Notes and Queries for Readers and Writers, Collectors and Librarians, Vol. 192, No. 18 (September 6, 1947), pp. 380-381.
2009 Margoliouth, H. M. (Herschel Maurice).  "Notes on Blake." Review of English Studies, Vol. XXIV, No. 96 (October 1948), pp. 303-316, offprint.
2010 Margoliouth, H. M. (Herschel Maurice).  William Blake (London ; New York ; Toronto: Geoffrey Cumberlege, Oxford University Press, 1951) The Home University Library of Modern Knowledge
2011 Margoliouth, H. M. (Herschel Maurice).  "William Blake:  Historical Painter," The Studio, Vol. CLIII, No. 769 (April 1957), pp. 97-103.
2012 Margoliouth, H. M. (Herschel Maurice).  "William Blake's Family," Notes and Queries for Readers and Writers, Collectors and Librarians, Vol. 193, No. 14 (July 10, 1948), pp. 296-298.
2013 Marsh of Chichester (1752-1828) Gentleman, Musician, Composer, Writer. Edited by Paul Foster (Chichester, West Sussex: University College Chichester, 2004) Otter Memorial Paper Number Nineteen
2014 Martin, Scott Robert.  Blake & Jung Confronting the Archetypes (1992)
            Privately published and distributed through Ben Abraham Books.
2015 Matsushima, Masayuki.  [Kokō no geizyutuka William Blake] ([Tōkyō : Hokuseidōshoten, 1984)
[Engraved title:]  THE │ BIOGRAPHICAL TREASURY; │ CONSISTING OF │ Memoirs, Sketches, or brief Notices OF THE │ LIVES OF EMINENT PERSONS, │ of all Ages & Nations, │ From the earliest Periods of History │ [Gothic:] to the Present Time; │ Forming a │ New and Complete Dictionary │ OF │ UNIVERSAL BIOGRAPHY. │ The whole surrounded with Precepts & Maxims │ Original & Selected, │ - │ BY SAMUEL MAUNDER, │ AUTHOR OF │ "THE TREASURY OF KNOWLEDGE & LIBRARY OF REFERENCE" │  to which this Volume is designed as a Companion. │ - │ LONDON. │ LONGMAN, ORME, BROWN, GREEN & LONGMAN’S. │ 1838.
12°, in original frayed brown cloth, hinges splitting.  At the end is a one-page advertisement for Maunder's Treasury of Knowledge, and on its versos is the colophon:  "LONDON: │ PRINTED BY LEIGHTON AND MURPHY, │ Johnson's Court, Fleet Street."  On the front paste-down is an octagonal ticket:  "JAMES PHILIP │ Stationer; Printer; │ Bookbinder, &c. │ 29, Clare S BRISTOL", and on the front fly-leaf a piece of paper with a deleted name is pasted over an inscription.
2017 McCann, Timothy J.  “Poems, Posters and Poll Books: Eighteenth Century Printing in Chichester.” Sussex Archaeological Collections Relating to the History and Antiquities of the County, Vol. 130 (1992), pp. 189-199, offprint.
2018 McFarland, Thomas.  "Synecdochic Structure in Blake's Marginalia."  European Romantic Review, Volume 1, Number 1 (summer 1990), pp. 75-90, photocopy.
2019 McGann, Jerome J.  “The Aim of Blake’s Prophecies and the Uses of Blake Criticism,” pp. 3-21. Reprinted for private distribution from Blake’s Sublime Allegory: Essays on The Four Zoas, Milton, and Jerusalem, edited by Stuart Curran and Joseph Anthony Wittreich, Jr.
2020 McGann, Jerome J.  "The Idea of an Indeterminate Text:  Blake's Bible of Hell and Dr. Alexander Geddes."  Studies in Romanticism, Volume 25 (Fall 1986), pp. 303-324, offprint.
2021 McGann, Jerome J.  “Romanticism and the Embarrassments of Critical Tradition.” Modern Philology, Vol. 70, No. 3 (February 1973), pp. 243-257, offprint.
2022 McGill Literary Journal, Volume I, No. 1 (Spring 1979):  Blake Issue
2023 McKenzie, D. F. (Donald Francis).  "Blake's Poetical Sketches (1783)," pp. 4-8;
            McKenzie, D. F. (Donald Francis).  "William Allingham's Notebook of Poems by Blake," pp. 9-11, in The Turnbull Library Record, New Series, Volume I, Number 3 (March 1968)
2024 McMullin, B. J.  “An Anatomy of the Foulis Press Duodecimo Ciceros of 1748 and 1749.” The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, Volume Seventy-Four (Third Quarter, 1980), pp. 177-200, offprint.
2025 McMullin, B. J.  “The Bible and Continuous Reprinting in the Early Seventeenth Century.” The Library, Sixth Series, Vol. V, No. 3 (September 1983), pp. 256-263, offprint.
2026 McMullin, B. J.  “The Book of Common Prayer and the Monarchy from the Restoration to the Reign of George I: Some Bibliographical Observations.” Bulletin / Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand, Volume Five, Number Three (Third Quarter, 1981), pp. 81-92, offprint.
2027 McMullin, B. J.  “The Immaculate Cicero: The Foulis Press De Officiis (1757).” The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, Volume Seventy-Two (Second Quarter, 1978), pp. 161-168, offprint.
2028 McMullin, B. J.  “The Origins of Press Figures in English Printing 1629-1671.” The Library, Sixth Series, Vol. I, No. 4 (December 1979), pp. 307-335, offprint.
2029 McMullin, B. J.  “Paper-Quality Marks and the Oxford Bible Press 1682-1717.” The Library, Sixth Series, Vol. VI, No. 1 (March 1984), pp. 39-49, offprint.
2030 McMullin, B. J.  “The Vinegar Bible.” The Book Collector, (Spring 1984), pp. 53-65, offprint.
2031 Mee, JonDangerous Enthusiasm:  William Blake and the Culture of Radicalism in the 1790s (Oxford:  Clarendon Press, 1992)
2032 Mee, Jon.  "The 'insidious poison of secret Influence':  A New Historical Context for Blake's 'The Sick Rose'."  Eighteenth Century Life, Volume 22, n.s., I (February, 1998), pp. 111-122, offprint.
2033 Mertz, J. B.  “A Contemporary Reference to William Blake in the Notebooks of Francis Douce.” Notes and Queries, Vol. 245, No. 3 (September 2000), pp. 306-308, offprint.
2034 Metzger, Bruce Manning.  “Three Learned Printers and Their Unsung Contributions to Biblical Scholarship.” The Journal of Religion, Vol. XXXII, No. 4 (October 1952), pp. 254-262, offprint.
2034A Meurs, Jos van.  "William Blake and His Gnostic Myths."  Chapter 15 (pp. 269-309) of Gnosis and Hermeticism from Antiquity to Modern Times (Albany:  State University of New York Press, 1998). Photocopy.
2035 Michael, Jennifer Davis.  Blake and the City (Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 2006)
2036 Critical Paths:  Blake and the Argument of Method. Edited by Dan Miller, Mark Bracher, and Donald Ault (Durham ; London: Duke University Press, 1987)
2037 Miner, Paul.  "The Apprentice of Great Queen Street."  Bulletin of the New York Public Library, Volume 67, Number 10 (December 1963), pp. 639-642, offprint.
2038 Miner, Paul.  “Blake and the Sinful Arts of Forgiveness.” English Studies, Vol. 86, No. 5 (October 2005), pp. 399-423, offprint.
2039 Miner, Paul.  "'Newton's Pantocrator'."  Notes and Queries for Readers and Writers, Collectors and Librarians, Vol. 206, No. 1 (January, 1961), pp. 15-16.
2040 Miner, Paul.  “The Polyp as a Symbol in the Poetry of William Blake.” Texas Studies in Literature and Language, Volume II, No. 2 (Summer 1960), pp. 198-205, offprint.
2041 Miner, Paul.  "'The Tyger':  Genesis & Evolution in the Poetry of William Blake."  Criticism, Vol. IV, No. 1 (Winter, 1962), pp. 59-73, offprint.
2042 Miner, Paul.  "William Blake's 'Divine Analogy'."  Criticism, Vol. III, No. 1 (Winter, 1961), pp. 46-61, offprint.
2043 Miner, Paul.  "William Blake's London Residences," Bulletin of the New York Public Library, Volume 62, Number 11 (November 1958), pp. 535-550.
2043A Mingei (Tōkyō-to: Nihon Mingei Kyōkai)
            No. 453 (September 1990) devoted to William Blake.
2044 Minney, Penelope.  "Job's Gethsemane:  Tradition and Imagination in William Blake's Illustrations for the Book of Job."  Thesis (M.Litt.) – University of Durham, 1997.
            2 vols. Text and Illustrations.
2045 Miśra, Śivaśańkara.  Rise of William Blake (New Delhi, India:  Mittal Publications, 1990)
2046 Mitchell, AdrianTyger:  A Celebration based on the life and work of William Blake.  Music by Mike Westbrook (London: Jonathan Cape, 1971)
2047 Mitchell, AdrianTyger:  A Celebration of William Blake.  Music by Mike Westbrook.  The National Theatre at the New Theatre.  First performance:  20 July 1971 (London: Published by Westby and Co. Ltd. in association with Theatreprint Ltd., 1971) Theatreprint Programme Vol. 1, No. 7
Theatre programme with "Quotes about Blake" and "Quotes by Blake".
2048 Mitchell, Jim.  “Bible Publishing in Eighteenth-Century Britain,” Factotum Newsletter of the XVIIIth century STC, No. 20 (May 1985), pp. 11-19.
2049 Mitchell, W. J. Thomas.  Blake's Composite Art:  A Study of the Illuminated Poetry (Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1978)
2050 Blake’s Visions of the Last Judgment MLA Blake Seminar, December 28, 1975, Continental Room, Hilton Hotel, San Francisco. Discussion Leader, Morton D. Paley (Albuquerque, N.M.: Blake Newsletter, Dept. of English, University of New Mexico, [1975])
            Includes: Mitchell, W. J. Thomas.  Blake’s Visions of the Last Judgment: Some Problems in Intepretation, pp. [8-10].
2051 Mizue A Monthly Review of the Fine Arts, Vol. 9, No. 882 (September 1978)  In Japanese
There are 66 plates from the Tate exhibition, many of them splendid, large, and in colour.
Includes 3 essays by Tadayasu Sakai, Kozo Shioe and G.E. Bentley, Jr. (translated).
2051A Morgan, Paige. The minute particular in the immensity of the Internet: what Coleridge, Hartley and Blake can teach us about digital editing (Edinburgh University Press, 2009). Printout of article in electronic journal, Romanticism, Volume 15, Number 3 (Oct 2009).
2052 Morgan, Peter F.  "Poetic Pictorial Multivalency:  Milton's 'L'Allegro' and Its Illustrators."  Journal of Mental Images, Volume 10, Number 2 (1986), pp. 87-102, offprint
2053 Morton, A. L. (Arthur Leslie).  The Everlasting Gospel:  A study in the sources of William Blake (London: Lawrence & Wishart, 1958)
2054 Motion, Andrew.  Wainewright the Poisoner (London: Faber and Faber, 2000)
2055 Muggeridge, Malcolm.  A Third Testament A modern pilgrim explores the spiritual wanderings of Augustine, Blake, Pascal, Tolstoy, Bonhoeffer, Kierkegaard, and Dostoevsky (Farmington, PA: The Plough Publishing House, 2002)
2056 Mullhallen, Karen.  “Night Thoughts: Blake’s Iconographic Ruminations (and Iconological Revelations),” in The AnaChronist, 2001, pp. 1-18.
2057 Mulhallen, Karen.  "'For Friendships Sake':  Some Additions to Blake's Sheets for Designs to a Series of Ballads (1802)."  Studies in Bibliography Papers of the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, Volume Twenty-nine (1976), pp. 331-341, offprint.