2058 Nachmanovitch, Stephen.  Job Returns a meditation on William Blake's Illustrations of the Book of Job Music & Multimedia CD-ROM (11 minutes) (2001)
2059 Nanavutty, Piloo.  “Blake and Emblem Literature.” Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, Vol. XV, Nos. 3-4 (1952), pp. 258-261, offprint.
2060 Nanavutty, Piloo.  "Blake and Gnostic Imagery:  A Note," The Aligarh Journal of English Studies, Volume 9, Number 1 (April 1984), pp. 43-55.
2061 Nanavutty, Piloo.  "Blake and Gnostic Legends," The Aligarh Journal of English Studies, Volume 1, Number 2 (October 1976), pp. 168-190.
2062 Nanavutty, Piloo.  Blake’s Pictorial Sources: A Study of Little Known Designs (Bombay, India, 1949)
            Typescript manuscript of various articles, some publised later.
2063 Nanavutty, Piloo.  "Blake's Satan," The Aligarh Journal of English Studies, Volume 3, Number 2 (October 1978), pp. 166-198.
2064 Nanavutty, Piloo.  "The River of Oblivion," pp. 93-97;
            Raine, Kathleen.  "The City in William Blake," pp. 75-92, in The Aligarh Journal of English Studies, Volume 11, Number 1 (April 1986)
2065 Nanavutty, Piloo.  “A Title-Page in Blake’s Illustrated Genesis Manuscript.” Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, Vol. 10 (1948 [i.e. 1947]), pp. 114-122, offprint.
2066 Nanavutty, Piloo.  “[REVIEW of] Poetic Form in Blake’s ‘Milton’ by Susan Fox,” The Aligarh Journal of English Studies, Volume 4, Number 2 (April 1979), pp. 195-201.
2067 Nathan, NormanPrince William B.:  The Philosophical Conceptions of William Blake (The Hague ; Paris: Mouton, 1975) Studies in English Literature Volume 100
2068 Nelson, Ray Faraday.  Blake's Progress.  Introduction by Terry Carr.  Cover Illustration by Kelly Freas (Toronto ; New York ; London:  Laser Books, 1975) Laser Books 13
A science fiction novel whose protagonist is the poet's wife, the real artist of the family.
2069 Nesfield-Cookson, Bernard.  William Blake Prophet of Universal Brotherhood (Wellingborough: Crucible, 1987)
2070 New Orleans Review. Volume 13, Number 3, Fall 1986.
            Microfilm xerography reprint.  Includes section on Blake entitled, Reading Blake, Blake reading.
2070A Newlin, MargaretOrganiz'd Innocence:  The Story of Blake's Prophetic Books (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, Publishers, 1973)
2071 News (Art Gallery of South Australia)  Volume 6, Number 103 (Dec. 1995/Jan. 1996)
Includes article: "William Bowmore:  another major gift:  William Blake, St Paul before Felix and Drusilla, c 1803." 
2072 Newton, A. Edward (Alfred Edward)I Want!  I Want!  Printed, not Published, for the Friends of A. Edward Newton ([Daylesford, Berwyn P.O., Pa.: A. Edward Newton], 1932)
2073 Newton, A. Edward (Alfred Edward)A Magnificent Farce and Other Diversions of a Book Collector Second Impression (Boston: The Atlantic Monthly Press, 1921)
            Includes: "A Sane View of William Blake,"  pp. 196-221.
2074 Norman, Hubert J. (Hubert James)  Cowper and Blake:  A Paper Read at the 13th Annual Meeting of the Cowper Society, Held at the Mansion House, London, 23rd April, 1913. With a Summary of the other Papers read on that occasion (Olney: Thomas Wright, [1914?])
2075 Norman, Hubert J. (Hubert James)  William Blake (London: Adlard and Son, Bartholomew Press, 1915) “Reprinted from the ‘Journal of Mental Science,’ April, 1915.”
A 46-page pamphlet inscribed "With the author's compliments 30. 4 19.", with letters from Norman to Muir of 30 April and 12 May 1919 indicating that he and Muir do not agree.
2076 Norvig, Gerda S.  Dark Figures in the Desired Country:  Blake's Illustrations to The Pilgrim's Progress (Berkeley ; Los Angeles ; Oxford:  University of California Press, 1993)
2077 “A Note on Four Water-Colours by William Blake,” The International Studio, Vol. LXXIV, No. 294 (September, 1921), pp. xxxvii-xxxviii, xl.
2079 Nurmi, Martin K.  “Blake’s ‘Ancient of Days’ and Motte’s Frontispiece to Newton’s Principia.” Chapter 9 of Divine Vision, pp. 205-216, offprint.
2080 Nurmi, Martin K.  Blake's Marriage of Heaven and Hell:  A Critical Study (Kent, Ohio: Kent State University, 1957)  Research Series (Kent State University) III
            Kent State University Bulletin, Volume XLV, Number 4, April 1957.
2081 Nurmi, Martin K.  "Blake's Revisions of The Tyger."  PMLA, Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, Volume LXXI, Number 4, Part I (September, 1956), pp. 669-685, offprint.
2082 Nurmi, Martin K.  "Fact and Symbol in 'The Chimney Sweeper' of Blake's Songs of Innocence."  The Bulletin of the New York Public Library, Volume 68, Number 4 (April 1964), pp. 249-256, offprint.
2083 Nurmi, Martin K.  "Joy, Love, and Innocence in Blake's 'Mental Traveller'."  Studies in Romanticism, Volume III (1964), pp. 109-117, offprint.
2084 Nurmi, Martin K.  William Blake (London: Hutchinson & Co., 1975) Hutchinson University Library. English and European Literature
2085 Ōe, Kenzaburō. Atarashii hito yo mezameyo. English.  Rouse Up O Young Men of the New Age! Translated by John Nathan (New York: Grove Press, 2002)
2086 Ogawa, Jiro.  "A Study of William Blake's SONGS OF INNOCENCE AND OF EXPERIENCE: Thematic Structure."  Hiroshima Daigaku Bungakubu Kiyo (Hiroshima University Studies Literatu Department, Nos. 11 (1957), pp. 197-231 & 14 (1958), pp. 253-272, offprints.
2087 Ogden, James.  “Isaac D’Israeli on Blake,” The Aligarh Critical Miscellany, Volume XI, Number 2 (Nov. 1998), pp. 143-145.
2088 Critics on Blake:  Readings in Literary Criticism. Edited by Judith O’Neill (London:  George Allen and Unwin Ltd, 1970) Readings in Literary Criticism 7
An "Introduction" (pp. 7-8), very brief fragments (often just a paragraph) from letters, manuscripts, and essays of Blake, B.H. Malkin, Robert Hunt, Southey, Coleridge, Lamb, Crabb Robinson, William Carey, John Thomas Smith, Allan Cunningham, Anon. (London University Magazine [1830]), Alexander Gilchrist, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Algernon Charles Swinburne, W.B. Yeats, Arthur Symons, T.S. Eliot, Joseph Wicksteed, S. Foster Damon, John Middleton Murry, Milton O. Percival, Edward B. Hungerford plus more substantial essays by "Modern Critics on Blake".
2089 O'Neill, Michael.  "Blake and the Self-Conscious Poem."  Trends in English and American Studies:  Literature and the Imagination:  Essays in Honour of James Lester Hogg.  Edited by Sabine Coelsch-Foisner, Wolfgang Görtschacher, & Holger M. Klein (Lewiston/Queenston/Lampeter [Wales]:  The Edwin Mellen Press, 1996), pp. 145-159, offprint.
2090 Ostriker, AliciaVision and Verse in William Blake (Madison ; Milwaukee:  The University of Wisconsin Press, 1965)
2091 Otto, Peter.  Blake’s Critique of Transcendence Love, Jealousy, and the Sublime in The Four Zoas (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000)
2092 Otto, Peter.  "The Multiple Births of Los in The Four Zoas."  Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, Volume 31 (1991), pp. 631-653, offprint.
2093 Otto, Peter.  "Visionary Deconstruction:  The Bard's Song in Blake's Milton."  Philological Quarterly, Volume 66 (1987), pp. 207-230, offprint.
2094 Otto, PeterBlake and Poststructuralism: [REVIEW of] Donald Ault, Narrative Unbound: Re-Visioning William Blake’s ‘The Four Zoas’. Foreword by George Quasha. Barrytown, New York: Station Hill Press, 1987. Pp. 518. U.S.A. $43.
Photocopy of typescript manuscript with corrections.
2095 Otto, Peter.  “Blake and Poststructuralism: [REVIEW of] Donald Ault, Narrative Unbound: Re-Visioning William Blake’s ”The Four Zoas.”” Foreword by George Quasha. Barrytown, New York: Station Hill Press, 1987. 518pp.” Southern Review, Volume 23 (July 1990), pp. 158-171, photocopy.
2096 Outram, Richard DaleyNotes on William Blake's "The Tyger:"  A Paper Read ... at The Arts and Letters Club of Toronto 4 February 1997.  ([Toronto:]  Printed at The Gauntlet Press, December 1997)
2097 Owens, NorahWilliam Blake and Felpham 1800-1803 (Bognor Regis, West Sussex:  Bognor Regis Local History Society, 1986)
2098 Owens, NorahWilliam Blake and Felpham 1800-1803 (Bognor Regis, West Sussex:  Bognor Regis Local History Society, 1987)
2099 Paananen, Victor N.  William Blake (Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1977) Twayne's English Authors Series TEAS 202
2100 Paley, Morton D.  “יה & his two Sons Satan & Adam.” SiR [i.e. Studies in Romanticism], Volume 41 (Summer 2002), pp. 201-235, offprint.
2101 Paley, Morton D.  The Continuing City:  William Blake's Jerusalem (Oxford:  Clarendon Press, 1983)
2102 Paley, Morton D.  "Cowper as Blake's Spectre."  Eighteenth-Century Studies, Vol. 1, No. 3 (1968), pp. 236-252, offprint.
2103 Paley, Morton D.  Energy and the Imagination A Study of the Development of Blake’s Thought (Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1970)
2104 Grant, John E. (John Ernest).  “Morton D. Paley’s Energy and the Imagination: A Study of the Development of Blake’s Thought Reviewed by John E. Grant.” English Language Notes, Vol. IX, No. 3 (March 1972), pp. 210-216, offprint.
2105 Paley, Morton D.  “The Figure of the Garment in The Four Zoas, Milton, and Jerusalem,” pp. 119-139. 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.
2106 Paley, Morton D.  “John Camden Hotten, A. C. Swinburne, and the Blake Facsimiles of 1868.” Bulletin of the New York Public Library, [Vol. 79, No. 3] (Spring 1976), pp. 259-296, offprint.
2107 Paley, Morton D.  The Traveller in the Evening The Last Works of William Blake (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003)
2108 Paley, Morton D.  "Tyger of Wrath," pp. 540-551,
            Grant, John E. (John Ernest) and Fred C. Robinson.  “Tense and the Sense of Blake’s ‘The Tyger’,” pp. 596-603, in PMLA, Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, Volume LXXXI, Number 7 (December 1966).
2109 Paley, Morton D.  "Tyger of Wrath." PMLA, Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, Volume LXXXI, Number 7 (December 1966), pp. 540-551, offprint.
2110 Twentieth Century Interpretations of Songs of Innocence and of Experience:    A Collection of Critical Essays. Edited by Morton D. Paley (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1969) A Spectrum Book.
2111 Paley, Morton D.  The Apocalyptic Sublime (New Haven ; London:  Yale University Press, 1986)
            Includes chapter 4, “William Blake”, pp. 71-100.
2112 Paley, Morton D.  “William Blake and Dr. Thornton’s “Tory Translation” of the Lord’s Prayer,” pp. 263-286. Reprinted from Prophetic Character: Essays in Honor of John E. Grant, edited by Alexander S. Gourlay.
2113 Paley, Morton D.  [REVIEW of] William Blake’s Designs for Edward Young’s Night Thoughts, A Complete Edition. Edited with Commentary by John E. Grant, Edward J. Rose, and Michael J. Tolley …, Studies in Romanticism, Volume 21 (Winter 1982), pp. 674-682, extracted.
2113A Paley, Morton D. "A virgin of twelve years": Ololon in Blake's Milton. Huntington Library quarterly, Volume 72, no. 1 (2009). Offprint.
2114 William Blake:  Essays in honour of Sir Geoffrey Keynes. Edited by Morton D. Paley and Michael Phillips (Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1973)
2115 Palmer, A. H. (Alfred Herbert).  The Life and Letters of Samuel Palmer, Painter and Etcher.  (London: Published by Seeley & Co., Limited, 1892)
4°, title in red and black, with the ornamental bookplate of Florence Bronson Windom.
2116 Palmer, MichaelBlake's Newton. Illustrations by Bobbie Creeley (Los Angeles:  Black Sparrow Press, 1972)
A series of poems, only one of which related to Blake.
2117 Palmer, SamuelThe Letters of Samuel Palmer.  Edited by Raymond Lister (Oxford:  Clarendon Press, 1974)
            2 vols.
2118 Palmer, SamuelThe Parting Light:  Selected Writings of Samuel Palmer.  Edited by Mark Abley (Manchester:  Carcenet Press and MidNAG, 1985)
2119 Paulson, Ronald.  “The Harlot’s Progress and the Tradition of History Painting.” Eighteenth-Century Studies, Volume I, No. 1 (Fall 1967), pp. 69-92, offprint.
2120 Payne, Christiana.  “John Linnell and Samuel Palmer in the 1820s.” The Burlington Magazine, Volume CXXIV, Number 948 (March 1982), pp. 131-136, offprint.
2121 Percival, Milton O. (Milton Oswin).  William Blake's Circle of Destiny (Morningside Heights, New York: Columbia University Press, 1938)
2122 Percival, Milton O. (Milton Oswin).  William Blake's Circle of Destiny (New York: Octagon Books, 1970)
2123 Perlman, Fredy.  Against His-story, Against Leviathan! An Essay. With Illustrations borrowed from William Blake (Detroit: Black & Red, 1983)
2124 Petter, Henri.  Enitharmon Stellung und Aufgabe eines Symbols im dichterischen Gesamtwerk William Blakes (Bern: Francke Verlag, 1957) Schweizer Anglistische Arbeiten = Swiss Studies in English, 42. Band
2125 Lessons of Romanticism:  A Critical Companion.  Edited by Thomas Pfau and Robert F. Gleckner (Durham ; London:  Duke University Press, 1998)
            Includes:  Pfau, Thomas.  "Introduction, Reading beyond Redemption:  Historicism, Irony, and the Lessons of Romanticism," pp. 1-37,
            Viscomi, Joseph.  "The Lessons of Swedenborg; or, The Origin of William Blake's The Marriage of Heaven and Hell,"  pp. 173-212.
2126 Philipp, Franz.  "An Afterthought to Blake's Antaeus," Annual Bulletin of the National Gallery of Victoria, Vol. VII (1965), p. 25.
2127 Phillips, Michael.  "Blake and the Terror, 1792-93."  The Library, Sixth Series, Vol. 16, No. 4 (December 1994), pp. 263-297, offprint.
2128 Phillips, Michael.  "Blake's House in Lambeth," Newsletter (London Topographical Society), Number 39 (November 1994), pp. 2-6.
2129 Interpreting Blake:  Essays Selected and Edited by Michael Phillips (Cambridge ; London ; New York ; Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 1978)
2130 Phillips, Michael.  “Printing Blake’s Songs, 1789-94,” The Library, Sixth Series, Volume 13, Number 3 (September 1991), pp. 205-237.
2131 Phillips, Michael.  “Printing Blake’s Songs, 1789-94.” The Library, Sixth Series, Volume 13, Number 3 (September 1991), pp. 205-237., offprint.
2131A Phillips, Michael and Sir Geoffrey Keynes.  William Blake as Mrs Butt's Bird
            1st Proof of a subsequently unpublished article.
2132 Phillips, Michael.  William Blake The Creation of the Songs From Manuscript to Illuminated Printing (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2000)
2133 Pierce, John Benjamin.  Flexible Design:  Revisionary Poetics in Blake's Vala  or The Four Zoas.  (Montreal ; Kingston ; London ; Buffalo:  McGill-Queen's University Press, 1998)
2134 Pinto, Vivian de Sola.  "William Blake:  The Visionary Man," Journal of the Royal Society of Arts, Vol. CVI, No. 5018 (January 1958), pp. 74-89.
2135 Piquet, François.  "Un Arbre empoisonné et la généalogie blakienne du sacré," Bulletin de la Société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, N° 14 (juin 1982), pp. 75-89.
2136 Piquet, François.  “Blake et l’idéologie millénariste.” Idéologies dans le monde anglo-saxon, N° 1, Essais sur l’idéologie (Grenoble: Centre de recherches d’études anglophones, Université de Grenoble III, 1985), pp. 189-201, offprint.
2137 Piquet, François.  "Blake:  Songs of Innocence, Songs of Experience, The Book of Thel, The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, America, Visions of the Daughters of Albion, Vala or The Four Zoas (Nights II & III), The Everlasting Gospel:  Bibliographie selective et critique."  Bulletin de la Societé d'Etudes Anglo-Américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe Siècles, N° 15 (1982), pp. 43-66, photocopy offprint.
2138 Piquet, François.  Le romantisme anglais: Émergence d’une poétique (Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1997) Collection Perspectives Anglo-Saxonnes
2139 Piquet, François.  "'Techniques infernales':  Blake et le Livre."  Romantisme, No. 43 (1984), pp. 5-18, offprint.
2140 Piquet, François.  "Le tragique et la différence:  Blake et le problème de l'incarnation."  Etudes anglaises, Volume XXXVI (1983), pp. 24-33, extrait.
2141 Aspects du Romantisme anglais:  Mélanges Offers à Jacques Blondel.  (Clermont-Ferrand]: Université de Clermont II, U.E.R. Lettres et sciences humaines, 1980)
            Includes: Piquet, François.  Le Voyageur Spirituel et le Cercle de Destinée Blakien, pp. 32-48.
2142 [Plates] 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.
2143 Plowman, MaxAn Introduction to the Study of Blake (London ; Toronto: J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd., 1927)
2144 Pointon, Marcia R.  Milton & English Art (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1970)
Includes: "William Blake and Milton (1801-1825)," pp. 135-166.
2145 Porter, Jane.  [Type-set title:] THE │ SCOTTISH CHIEFS. │ BY │ MISS JANE PORTER. │ REVISED, CORRECTED, │ AND ILLUSTRATED WITH │ [Gothic:] A New Retrospective Introduction, Notes, &c., │ BY THE AUTHOR. │ - │ [2-line motto from Ossian] │ - │ VOL. I[-II]. │ LONDON: │ GEORGE VIRTUE [1840].
[Engraved title:] THE SCOTTISH CHIEFS, │ BY │ MISS JANE PORTER. │ [Very large landscape vignette] │ LONDON GEORGE VERTUE
4°, 2 vols. in 1 in ¾ black calf (spine perishing) over dull green cloth, with dark blue marbled end-papers, hinges re-enforced on the interior with black tape; the type-set title page is inscribed "Lydia Galloway 1853".
2146 Powell, James Newton.  The Tao of Symbols (New York:  Quill, 1982)
            Includes: "Tyger," pp. 154-177.
2147 Powys, John CowperEssays on De Maupassant, Anatole France, William Blake (Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius, 1923) Five Cent Pocket No. 450.  Little Blue Book
            Library copy in extremely poor condition. Essay on Blake has been photocopied for study.
2148 Powys, John CowperWilliam Blake (London: Village Press, 1974)
2149 Pressly, William L.  The Life and Art of James Barry (New Haven ; London: Published for The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art by Yale University Press, 1981) Studies in British Art
2150 Preston, KerrisonNotes on Blake's Large Painting in Tempera The Spiritual Condition of Man ([Bournemouth, Eng.: The Author], 1949)
2151 Price, Richard.  “Kwasimukamba’s Gambit.” Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde, Deel 135, 1e Aflevering (1979), pp. 151-169, offprint.
2152 Price, Richard and Sally Price.  “John Gabriel Stedman’s Collection of 18th-Century Artifacts From Suriname.” Nieuwe West-Indische Gids, Vol. 53, [Nos.] ¾ (June 1959 [i.e. 1979]), pp. 121-140, offprint.
2153 Prickett, Stephen.  Origins of Narrative The Romantic Appropriation of the Bible (Cambridge ; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 1996)
2154 Print Quarterly, Volume I, Number I (March 1984)
2155 Prynne, J. H.  Stars, Tigers and the Shape of Words:  The William Matthews Lectures 1992 delivered at Birkbeck College, London.  ([London:  Birkbeck College], 1993) William Matthews Lectures 1992
2156 Punter, DavidBlake, Hegel and Dialectic (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1982) Elementa:  Schriften zur Philosophie und ihrer Problemgeschichten Band XXVI
2157 William Blake Edited by David Punter (Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; London:  Macmillan Press Ltd, 1996) New Casebooks
2158 Raimbach, AbrahamMemoirs and Recollections of the Late Abraham Raimbach, Esq. Engraver, Corresponding Member of the Institute of France, and Honorary Member of the Academies of Arts of St. Petersburgh, Geneva, and Amsterdam.  Including a Memoir of Sir David Wilkie, R.A.  Edited by M.T.S. Raimbach, M.A. (London:  Frederick Shoberl, Junior, Printer to His Royal Highness Prince Albert, 1843.  "Not Published.")
8°, in original blind-stamped green cloth (spine faded to brownish), with the book-plate of Charles Richard Weld.
There are brief references to Blake and James Parker.
2159 Raine, KathleenBerkeley, Blake and the New Age (Ipswich:  Golgonooza Press, 1977)
2160 Raine, Kathleen.  Blake and Antiquity a shorter version of Blake and Tradition (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1977) The A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts, 1962.  Bollingen Series
2161 Raine, KathleenBlake and England  (Cambridge: W. Heffer and Sons Ltd., 1960) Founders’ Memorial Lecture (Girton College) 20 February, 1960
Small 8°, 27 pp., “Red cloth lettered in gilt”, “Raymond Lister’s copy specially bound”.
2162 Raine, KathleenBlake and the New Age (London ; Boston ; Sydney: George Allen & Unwin, 1979)
2163 Raine, KathleenBlake and Tradition (Princeton, N.J.:  Published for Bollingen Foundation, New York, N.y. by Princeton University Press, 1968) Bollingen Series XXXV, 11. The A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts 1962
            2 vols. In case.
2164 Raine, Kathleen.  "Blake, Maker of Myths,” Man, Myth & Magic:  An illustrated encyclopaedia of the supernatural, No. 10 (1970), pp. 278-285
2165 Man, Myth & Magic:  An Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Supernatural.  Editor, Richard Cavendish (New York: Marshall Cavendish Corporation, 1970)
            Library has: Vol. 2 which includes: Raine, Kathleen.  "Blake, Maker of Myths", pp. 278-285.
2166 Raine, Kathleen.  “Blake’s Debt to Antiquity,” The Sewanee Review, Volume LXXI, Number 3 (Summer, 1963), pp. 352-450.
2167 Raine, KathleenFrom Blake to A VISION (Dublin: The Dolmen Press, 1979) New Yeats Papers XVII
2168 Raine, KathleenGolgonooza City of Imagination:  Last Studies in William Blake (Ipswich, U.K.: Golgonooza Press, 1991)
2169 Raine, KathleenThe Human Face of God:  William Blake and the Book of Job. With 130 illustrations (London: Thames and Hudson, 1982)
2170 Raine, KathleenL'imagination créatrice de William Blake.  Traduction du Centre de Littérature, Linquistique et Civilisation des pays de langue anglaise de l'Université de Caen sous la direction de Jacqueline Genet (Paris: Berg International, 1983) L'Ile Verte
2171 Raine, Kathleen.  “The Sea of Time and Space.” Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, Vol. XX, Nos. 3-4 (1957), pp. 318-337, offprint.
2172 Raine, Kathleen.  "Some Sources of Tiriel." Huntington Library Quarterly, Volume XXI, Number 1 (November 1957), pp. 1-36, offprint.
2173 Raine, KathleenWilliam Blake (London ; New York ; Toronto: Published for The British Council and the National Book League by Longmans, Green & Co., 1951) Bibliographical Series of Supplements to "British Books News"
2174 Raine, KathleenWilliam Blake Revised (Harlow, Essex: Published for The British Council and the National Book League by Longmans, Green & Co., 1969) Writers and Their Work No. 12
2175 Raine, KathleenWilliam Blake (London: Thames and Hudson, 1970) The World of Art Library.  Artists
2176 Randell, Janet.  "Vision of a Poet," Third Way: Towards a Biblical World View, Vol. 2, No. 9 (4 May 1978), pp. 19-20.
2177 Ratnagarbha.  “Nietzsche’s Diary,” Urthona: Art and Buddhism, Issue 15 (Spring 2001), p. 55.
            A review of the Blake exhibit at Tate Gallery.
2178 Ray, Gordon N. (Gordon Norton)  The Illustrator and the Book in England from 1790 to 1914 (New York: The Pierpont Morgan Library, 1976)
            Includes: “William Blake (1757-1827)”, pp. 7-12.
2179 Rayner, WilliamThe Conversation of Dragons Wheels of Fortune (London:  Collins, 1979) Uncorrected Advance Proofs
A novel whose heroine reads Blake but not with much effect.
2180 Read, Dennis M.  “Blake’s “Tender Stranger”: Thel and Hervey’s Meditations,Colby Library Quarterly, Volume XVIII, Number 3 (September 1982), pp. 160-167.
2181 Read, Dennis M.  "The Context of Blake's 'Public Address':  Cromek and The Chalcographic Society."  Philological Quarterly, Volume LX, Number 1 (1981), pp. 69-86, offprint.
2182 Read, Dennis M.  “Cromek, Cunningham, and Remains of Nithsdale and Galloway Song: A Case of Literary Duplicity.” Studies in Bibliography, Papers of the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, Volume Forty (1987), pp. 175-187, offprint.
            Library has 2 copies.
2183 Read, Dennis M.  “Cromek’s Provincial Advertisements for Blake’s Grave.” Notes and Queries, Vol. 27 [i.e. 225], No. 1 (February 1980), pp. 73-76, offprint.
2184 Read, Dennis M.  “Practicing “The Necessity of Purification”: Cromek, Roscoe, and Reliques of Burns.Studies in Bibliography, Papers of the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, Volume Thirty-five (1982), pp. 306-319, offprint.
            Library has 2 copies.
2184A Read, Dennis M. [R. H. Cromek, engraver, editor, and entrepreneur]. 2009. Typescript (photocopy) with G.E. Bentley's corrections and comments through-out.
2185 Read, Dennis M.  “The Rival Canterbury Pilgrims of Blake and Cromek: Herculean Figures in the Carpet.” Modern Philology, Vol. 86, No. 2 (November 1988), pp. 171-190, offprint.
            Library has 2 copies.
2186 Read, Dennis M.  "William Blake and The Grave."  University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee) Ph.D., 1976
2187 Richey, WilliamBlake's Altering Aesthetic.  (Columbia ; London:  University of Missouri Press, 1996)
2188 Rienaecker, Victor.  William Blake (1757-1827) (London: John M. Watkins, 1957)
            Title on cover: William Blake a Natural Visionary.
2189 Roberts, Helene E.  British Art Periodicals of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries (Bloomington, IN: Research Society for Victorian Periodicals, Indiana University, 1970) RSVP, the Victorian Periodicals Newsletter, Number 9
2190 Roberts, Jonathan.  William Blake’s Poetry A Reader’s Guide (London ; New York: Continuum, 2007)  Continuum Reader’s Guides
2191 Robinson, AbbyThe Dick and Jane (New York: Delacorte Press, 1985)
A detective story about a hard-boiled New York photographer (Jane) complicated by her love for an "airhead with a crush on a commune" of Blake addicts in Golgonooza, Ohio.
2192 Robinson, Fred C.  “Verb Tense in Blake’s “The Tyger”,” PMLA, Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, Volume LXXIX, Number 5 (December 1964), pp. 666-669.
2193 Robinson, Henry CrabbBlake, Coleridge, Wordsworth, Lamb, Etc. being Selections from the Remains of Henry Crabb Robinson.  Edited by Edith J. Morley (Manchester: University Press ; London ; New York: Longmans, Green & Co., 1922)
2194 Robinson, Henry CrabbHenry Crabb Robinson on Books and their Writers.  Edited by Edith J. Morley (London: J. M. Dent and Sons Limited, 1938)
3 volumes.  There are many important Blake references.
2195 Roe, Albert S.  Blake's Illustrations to the Divine Comedy (Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1953)
2196 Roe, Albert S.  "A Drawing of the Last Judgment."  The Huntington Library Quarterly, Volume XXI, Number 1 (November 1957), pp. 37-55, offprint.
2197 Roe, Albert S.  “[REVIEW of] Raymond Lister, Edward Calvert, London, G. Bell and Sons, Ltd., 1962.” The Art Bulletin a Quarterly Published by The College Art Association of America, Volume XLVI, Number Four (December 1964), pp. 573-577, offprint.
2198 Woman in the 18th Century and Other Essays.  Editors, Paul Fritz, Richard Morton (Toronto ; Sarasota: Samuel Stevens Hakkert & Co., 1976)
            Includes: Lipking, Lawrence.  “Blake’s Initiation: The Marriage of Heaven and Hell,” pp. 217-244
            Bentley, G. E. (Gerald Eades).  “Flaxman’s Drawings for Pilgrim’s Progress,” pp. 245-278
Rose, Edward J.  "Ut Pictore Poesis and the Problem Of Pictorial Statement in William Blake," pp. 279-299.
2199 William Blake:  Essays for S. Foster Damon. Edited by Alvin H. Rosenfeld (Providence: Brown University Press, 1969)
2200 Ross, Donald.  "An EYEBALL View of Blake's Songs of Innocence and of Experience." Computers in the Humanities.  Edited by J.L. Mitchell (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1974), pp. 94-108, offprint.
2201 Rosso, G. A.  Blake's Prophetic Workshop:  A Study of The Four Zoas (Lewisburg:  Bucknell University Press ; London ; Toronto:  Associated University Press, 1993) 
2202 Rothenberg, Molly Anne.  Rethinking Blake's Textuality (Columbia ; London:  University of Missouri Press, 1993)
2203 Rowland, Christopher.  “Wheels Within Wheels” William Blake and the Ezekiel’s Merkabah in Text and Image (Milwaukee, WI: Marquette University Press, 2007) The Père Marquette Lecture in Theology 2007
2204 Ryskamp, Charles.  "Blake's Drawing of Cowper's Monument," The Princeton University Library Chronicle, Volume XXIV, Number 1 (Autumn 1962), pp. 27-31
2205 Sabri-Tabrizi, Gholam-Reza.  The 'Heaven' and 'Hell' of William Blake (New York: International Publishers, 1973)
2205A St. Mary Harrow on the Hill Illustrated Guide (Harrow on the Hill: Published by the Friends of St. Mary’s, [1968])
2206 Sánchez, Aquilino.  Blake’s Graphic Work and the Emblematic Tradition (Murcia: Secretariado de Publicaciones, Universidad de Murcia, 1982)
2207 Sangharakshita, Bhikshu.  Alternative Traditions (Glasgow:  Windhorse Publications, 1986)
            Includes: "Buddhism and William Blake," pp. 185-197.
2208 Sastri, P. S.  Some Aspects of the Occult in the Poetry of William Blake (Hanuman Tekdi, Hyderabad: Published by The Rayalaseema Theosophical Federation, [197-?])
2209 Sato, Hikari.  “The Devil’s Progress: Blake, Bunyan, and The Marriage of Heaven and Hell.Eibungaku Kenkyu = Studies in English Literature, Volume 78, Number 2 (2001), pp. 121-146, offprint.
2210 Saurat, DenisBlake & Modern Thought ([New York, N.Y.]: Lincoln MacVeagh, The Dial Press, 1929)
2211 Schiavonetti, Luigi.  MS letter to R.H. Cromek 21 July 1807 about his charges for engraving Blake's Last Judgment design for Blair's Grave (1808) <BRS 53>.
A double leaf without watermark sealed with a wafer.
2212 Schorer, MarkWilliam Blake:  The Politics of Vision (New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1946)
2213 Schuchard, Marsha KeithFreemasonry, Secret Societies, and the Continuity of the Occult Traditions in English Literature (Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A. ; London, England: University Microfilms International, 1977)
Texas Ph.D., 1975. Blake is dealt with extensively.
2214 Scott, Grant F.  "A Clash of Perspectives:  Blake's Illustrations to the Poem Night Thoughts," Muhlenberg:  The Magazine of Muhlenberg College, Volume 5, Number 1 (Fall 1993), pp. 10-16.
2215 Seminario sull'opera di William Blake (1982 : Universitá di Pavia).  Seminario sull’opera di William Blake. C. Corti, M. Quadri, C. Locatelli, R. Sanesi, R. Bossaglia, T. Kemeny. A cura di T. Kemeny (Firenze: La Nuova Italia Editrice, 1983)
2216 Sethna, Kaikhushru Dhunjibhoy.  Blake's Tyger:  A Christological Interpretation (Pondicherry [India]: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press, 1989)
2217 Sethna, Kaikhushru Dhunjibhoy.  Talks on Poetry (Pondicherry [India]: Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education, 1989)
            Talk twenty-four is on Blake’s Tyger.
2218 Shantigarbha.  “Visions of Eternity: Blake in Madrid, Exhibition at Fundacion “la Caixa”, Madrid, February – April 1996,” Urthona A Journal for Rousing the Imagination, Issue 6 ([1996]), p. 53.
            Exhibition review.
2219 Shintre, Hari Vinayak.  "A Stylistic Study of Blake's Contrary Songs."  University of Poona [India] Ph.D., 1984
2220 Shioe, Kōzō.  Dōbangashi wiriamu bureiku (Kyōto: Kyōto Shoin, 1989) Kyōto bukkusu 2
            In Japanese.
2220A Simmons, Robert (Robert E.) Fourfold symmetry: a new interpretation of William Blake's allegorical metaphysics : exemplified in four texts: Thel, Urizen, "The mental traveller" and Illustrations of Job. Typescript manuscript of an unpublished book.
2221 Simmons, Robert (Robert E.)  "A Traveller Thro' Eternity":  A Guide To The Allegory Of William Blake." (1990)  Typescript.
2222 Simmons, Robert (Robert E.) & Janet Warner.  "Blake's Arlington Court Picture:  The Moment of Truth," pp. 3-20
Grant, John E. (John Ernest).  “Redemptive Action in Blake’s Arlington Court Picture,” pp. 21-26, in Studies in Romanticism, Volume 10, Number 1 (Winter 1971)
2223 Simmons, Robert (Robert E.) & Janet Warner.  "Blake's Arlington Court Picture:  The Moment of Truth," Studies in Romanticism, Volume 10, Number 1 (Winter 1971), pp. 3-20.
2224 Simpson, David.  Romanticism, Nationalism, and the Revolt Against Theory (Chicago ; London:  University of Chicago Press, 1993)
Includes: "The Struggle with Albion's Angels:  William Blake."  Part (pp. 158-164, 209) of Chapter 7:  "A Radical Literature?".
2225 Singer, June. The Unholy Bible:  A Psychological Interpretation of William Blake (New York: Published by G. P. Putnam's Sons for the C. G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology, 1970) 
2226 Singer, June.  Blake, Jung, and the Collective Unconscious:  The Conflict between Reason and Imagination.  Introduction by M. Esther Harding (York Beach, Maine:  Nicolas-Hays, Inc., 2000)  The Jung on the Hudson Book Series
A slightly revised edition of The Unholy Bible (1970), with a new introduction.
2227 Singh, Charu SheelThe Chariot of Fire:  A Study of William Blake in the Light of Hindu Thought (Salzburg, Austria: Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Universität Salzburg, 1981) Salzburg Studies in English Literature,  Romantic Reassessment 104
2228 Sławek, Tadeusz.  "The Doors of Perception:  Remarks on Blake's Theory of Knowledge."  Filologia Angielska (Katowice: Uniwersytet Śląski, 1977), pp. 97-111, offprint.
2229 Sławek, TadeuszThe Outlined Shadow:  Phenomenology, Grammatology, Blake (Katowice: Uniwersytet Śląski, 1985) Prace naukowe Uniwersytetu Śląskiego w Katowicach Nr 727
2230 Smith, John ThomasA Book for a Rainy Day or Recollections of the Events of the Years 1766-1833.  Edited, with an Introduction and Notes by Wilfred Whitten. With Illustrations from Contemporary Prints (London: Methuen & Co., 1905)
An important account of Blake is included.
            Includes "William Blake,"  Vol. II, pp. 454-488.
2232 Smith, John ThomasNollekens and His Times And Memoirs of Contemporary Artists from the Time of Roubiliac Hogarth and Reynolds to that of Fuseli Flaxman and Blake.  Edited and Annotated by Wilfred Whitten with Eight-Five Illustrations in Two Volumes (London: John Lane The Bodley Head ; New York: John Lane Company, 1917)
2233 Smith, Mark Trevor.  "All Nature Is But Art":  The Coincidence of Opposites in English Romantic Literature (West Cornwall, CT:  Locust Hill Press, 1993) Locust Hill Literary Studies No. 12
2234 Snart, Jason Allen.  The Torn Book UnReading William Blake’s Marginalia (Selinsgrove: Susquehanna University Press, 2006)
2235 Sorensen, Peter J. (Peter Julian)  William Blake's Recreation of Gnostic Myth:  Resolving the Apparent Incongruities (Lewiston, New York ; Salzburg, Austria:  The Edwin Mellen Press, 1995)  Salzburg Studies in English Literature.  Romantic Reassessment 118; Salzburg University Studies
2236 Spector, Sheila A.  “Glorious Incomprehensible” The Development of Blake’s Kabbalistic Language (Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press ; London: Associated University Presses, 2001)
2237 Spector, Sheila A.  “Wonders Divine” The Development of Blake’s Kabbalistic Myth (Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press ; London: Associated University Presses, 2001)
2238 Stedman, John GabrielThe Journal of John Gabriel Stedman 1744-1797 Soldier and Author Including an authentic account of his expedition to Surinam, in 1772.  Edited by Stanbury Thompson (London: The Mitre Press, 1962)
There are important Blake references in it.
2239 Stempel, Daniel.  "Blake, Foucault, and the Classical Episteme," PMLA, Publications of the Modern Language Association, Volume 96, Number 3 (May 1981), pp. 388-407.
2240 Stevenson, W. H.  "Circle, Centre and Circumference in Blake."  Ibadan Studies in English, Volume I (Spring 1970), pp. 156-165, offprint.
2241 Stevenson, W. H.  "On the Nature of Blake's Symbolism."  Texas Studies in Literature and Language, Volume XV, Number 3 (Fall, 1973), pp. 445-460, offprint.
2242 Stevenson, WarrenDivine Analogy:  A Study of the Creation Motif in Blake and Coleridge (Salzburg, Austria: Institut für Englische Sprache und Literatur, Universität Salzburg, 1972) Salzburg Studies in English Literature:  Romantic Reassessment [No.] 25
2243 Stieg, Elizabeth.  "Reinterpreting the Old Testament: Blake's Tiriel as Prophet," pp. 273-296
            Bidney, Martin.  [Review of] Cettina Tramontano Magno and David V. Erdman’s edition of Blake’s The Four Zoas: A Photographic Facsimile of the Manuscript with Commentary on the Illuminations, and Michael Phillips’ edition of Blake’s An Island in the Moon: A Facsimile of the Manuscript, pp. 317-323
Essick, Robert N.  [Review of] G. E. Bentley’s Blake Records Supplement, pp. 324-330, in Studies in Romanticism, Volume 29, Number 2 (Summer 1990)
2244 Storch, MargaretSons and Adversaries:  Women in William Blake and D. H. Lawrence (Knoxville:  University of Tennessee Press, 1990)
2245 Story, Alfred Thomas.  William Blake:  His Life, Character and Genius (London: Swan Sonnenschein & Co. ; New York: Macmillan & Co., 1893)
2246- Studies in Romanticism: Volume 13, Number 2 (Spring 1974)
2248             Issue is devoted to William Blake.
                                    Volume 16, Number 2 (Spring 1977):  William Blake 1757-1827
            Issue is devoted to William Blake.
                                    Volume 21, Number 3 (Fall 1982):  Romantic Texts, Romantic Times:  Homage to David V. Erdman
            Issue is devoted to William Blake, Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Romanticism as a tribute to Erdman.
2249 Suances, Francisco Gimeno.  “Notas sobre la difusión, influencia y recepción crítica de la obra de William Blake en España durante las décadas de 1920 y 1930,” in Los Papeles Mojados de rio seco, Año V, N° 6 (2003), pp. 38-45.
2250 Suances, Francisco Gimeno.  Imaginación, deseo y libertad en William Blake (2004)
            Doctoral thesis, Universidad nacional de educación a distancia.
2251 British Literary Magazines Edited by Alvin Sullivan (Westport, Connecticut ; London, England: Greenwood Press, 1983) Historical Guides to the World’s Periodicals and Newspapers
            Library has: v. 1: The Augustan Age and the Age of Johnson, 1698-1788; v. 2: The Romantic Age, 1789-1836.
2252 Summerfield, HenryA Guide to the Books of William Blake for Innocent and Experienced Readers with notes on interpretive criticism 1910-1984 (Gerrards Cross:  Colin Smythe, 1998)
2253 Sutherland, John.  "Blake:  A Crisis of Love and Jealousy," PMLA, Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, Volume 87, Number 3 (May 1972), pp. 424-431.
2254 Sutherland, John H.  "William Blake and Nonviolence," in The Nation, Volume 208, No. 17 (April 28, 1969), pp. 542-544.
2254A Suzuki, Masayuki.  “Kokusai Bureiku Gakkai – Bureiku to Toyo e no sasoi,” in Baberu no toshokan, Vol. 8, no. 2 (2003), pp. 29-32.
2255 Swainson, William P. (William Perkes)  William Blake:  Seer, Poet, & Artist (London:  C.W. Daniel, [1908?])  Christian Mystics No. 8
2256 Sweeney, John L.  “Imaginative Design: Blake to the Pre-Raphaelites,” ArtNews, Volume XLII, Number 16 (Jan. 1-14, 1944), pp. 19, 35-36.
2257 Swinburne, Algernon Charles.  William Blake: A Critical Essay. Golden Pine Edition (London: William Heinemann Ltd., 1925)
2258 Swinburne, Algernon CharlesWilliam Blake:  A Critical Essay.  Edited with an introduction by Hugh J. Luke (Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 1970)  Bison Book
2259 Swingler, Randall, & Paul Hogarth.  "William Blake Engraver:  Born 28 November 1757."  New Reasoner, No. 3 (Winter 1957/58), "Blake Bicentenary Supplement", pp. i-xii
            Library has Supplement only.
2260 Symons, ArthurWilliam Blake (London: Archibald Constable and Company Ltd., 1907)
2261 Takeshima, Yasushi.  "A Study on Blake's 'Songs of Innocence'."  Unpublished typescript
2262 Taniguchi, Shigeru.  The Four Zoas [ni okeru Kozo to Giko no Ichikosatsu – Night the First wo chushin to shite.” [Reitaku Daigaku Kiyo] (Bulletin of Reitaku University), Vol. X (July 1970), pp. 53-67, offprint.
2263 Tayler, IreneBlake's Illustrations to the Poems of Gray (Princeton, N.J.:  Princeton University Press, 1971)
2264 Thomas, Edward.  “William Blake,” The Bookman, Vol. XLVIII, No. 287 (August, 1915), pp. 140-142.
            A review of Pierre Berger’s William Blake, Poet and Mystic.
2265 Thompson, E. P. (Edward Palmer).  Witness Against the Beast:  William Blake and the Moral Law (New York:  The New Press, 1993)
2266 Thompson, Raymond E.  Egad! (Columbus, Ohio: Infant Joy Press, 1977)
            Only seven copies printed.
2267 Thorpe, James ErnestWilliam Blake:  The Power of the Imagination (San Marino, California: The Huntington Library, 1979)
2268 Timperley, C. H. (Charles Henry).  Charles H. Timperley: The Printer’s Manual 1838 (London: Republished by Gregg Press Ltd in association with The Archive Press Ltd., 1965)
2269 Todd, Ruthven.  “Blake’s Dante Plates – Revised Version,” Book Collecting & Library Monthly, No. 6 (October, 1968), pp. 164-171.
2270 Paul Grinke (Firm).  Miscellany of Fifty Books, Manuscripts and Drawings, with a note by Ruthven Todd on Stothard’s drawing of the ‘Battle of Ai’ (London: Paul Grinke, [1972]) Catalogue Five
The note by Todd is about Blake's engraving.
2271 Todd, Ruthven.  Tracks in the Snow Studies in English Science and Art (London: The Grey Walls Press, 1946)
            Includes essays on Blake and Fuseli.
2272 Todd, RuthvenWilliam Blake The Artist (London: Studio Vista ; New York, NY: E.P. Dutton and Co., Inc., 1971) Studio Vista/Dutton Pictureback
2273 Tolley, Michael J.  "Blake's 'Edens Flood' Again."  Notes and Queries for Readers and Writers, Collectors and Librarians, Vol. 213, No. 1 (January, 1968), pp. 11-19, offprint.
2274 Tolley, Michael J.  “Blake’s Songs of Spring.”  William Blake: Essays in Honour of Sir Geoffrey Keynes (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1973), pp. 96-128, offprint.
2275 Tolley, Michael J.  "On The Cutting Edge of Blake Scholarship," Monthly Newsletter and Gazette (Adelaide University Graduates’ Union), December 1968, pp. 4-5.
2276 Tolley, Michael J.  “[Review of] Vision and verse in William Blake, Alicia Ostriker ... A Blake dictionary, the ideas and symbols of William Blake, S. Foster Damon ... The poetry and prose of William Blake, ed. David V. Erdman ... The complete writings of William Blake with variant readings, ed. Geoffrey Keynes ... Arrows of intellect, a study in William Blake's gospel of the imagination, Asloob Ahmad Ansari.” Southern Review, Vol. II, No. 3 (1967), pp. 269-277, offprint.
2277 Tolley, Michael J.  “[Review of] A concordance to the writings of William Blake, ed. David V. Erdman …” Southern Review, Vol. III, No. 2 (1968), pp. 188-191, offprint.
2277A Tonsing, Evan.  [Selections from programme notes for performances in an evening of dance & music]
            Includes Excerpts from A transformation of William Blake's The book of Thel by Evan Tonsing, A facsimile of The book of Thel, and a Transcription of The book of Thel.
2278 Tyson, Gerald P.  “Joseph Johnson, an Eighteenth-Century Bookseller.” Studies in Bibliography Papers of the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, Volume Twenty-eight (1975), pp. 1-16, offprint.
2279 University of Adelaide Library News, Volume 10, Number 2 (October 1988)
"This issue is devoted almost entirely to William Blake". Library has 2 copies.
2280 Van Sinderen, AdrianBlake:  The Mystic Genius (Syracuse [N.Y.], 1949)
            In case.
2280A Syracuse University Press.  An Announcement of one of the year’s most significant books Blake, The Mystic Genius (Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press, 1949)
            Publisher’s advertisement with col. Illustration. In folder.
2281 Vaughan, Frank A.  Again to the Life of Eternity:  William Blake's Illustrations to the Poems of Thomas Gray (Selinsgrove:  Susquehanna University Press ; London:  Associated University Presses, 1996)
2282 Vaughan, WilliamWilliam Blake (Princeton:  Princeton University Press, 1999) British Artists
2283 Vaughn Williams, Ralph.  Job:  A Masque for Dancing Founded on Blake's Illustrations to the Book of Job.  By Geoffrey Keynes and Gwendolen Raverat.  Music by R. Vaughan Williams.  Pianoforte arrangement by Vally Lasker (London: Oxford University Press ; New York: Carl Fischer Inc. ; Leipzig: Friedrich Hofmeister ; Amsterdam: Broekmans & van Poppel, c1931)
            Library copy is that used for the 1948 production by The Sadlers Wells Ballet with the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London.
2284 Vaulbert de Chantilly, Marc.  “Property of a Distinguished Poisoner: Thomas Griffiths Wainewright and the Griffiths family library.” [Reprinted from] Under the Hammer: Book Auctions Since the Seventeenth Century, Edited by Robin Myers, Michael Harris and Giles Mandelbrote. ([New Castle, DE]: Oak Knoll Press ; [London]: The British Library, 2001)
2285 Vaulbert de Chantilly, Marc.  Wainewright the Poisoner: an example of Andrew Motion’s “high scholarship” (London: The Vanity Press of Bethnal Green, 2000)
2286 Vesely, Suzanne Araas.  “[Review of] William Blake: The Creation of the Songs from Manuscript to Illuminated Printing. By Michael Phillips. London: The British Library. 2000 …,” The Library, the Transactions of the Bibliographical Society, Seventh Series, Volume 3, Number 2 (June 2002), pp. 219-221.
2287 Vickery, WillisThree Excessively Rare and Scarce Books and Something of Their Author (Cleveland:  Printed for the Author, 1927)
12°, in original gray boards with pasted on label and cream spine, with the attractive leather book-plate of Willis Vickery.
2288 Villalobos, John C.  "William Blake's 'Proverbs of Hell' and the Tradition of Wisdom Literature."  Studies in Philology, Volume LXXXVII, Number 2 (Spring, 1990), pp. 246-259, offprint.
2289 Vine, Steven.  Blake’s Poetry: Spectral Visions (Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; London: The Macmillan Press Ltd. ; New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1993)
2290 Viscomi, JosephThe Art of William Blake's Illuminated Prints (Manchester: Manchester Etching Workshop, 1983)
2291 Viscomi, Joseph.  “[REVIEW of] William Blake's Designs for Edward Young's Night Thoughts,” Fine Print, Volume 8, Number 2 (April 1982), pp. 49-50, 56.
2292 The Visionary Hand Essays for the Study of William Blake’s Art and Aesthetics. Edited and with an introduction by Robert N. Essick (Los Angeles: Hennessey & Ingalls, Inc., 1973)
2293 Vogler, Thomas A.  “Intertextual Signfiers and the Blake of That Already.” Romanticism Past and Present, Volume 9, Number 1 (Winter 1985), pp. 1-33, offprint.
2294 Vogler, Thomas A.  “[REVIEW of] Morris Eaves, William Blake's Theory of Art.Studies in Romanticism, Volume 24 (Summer 1985), pp. 289-300, extracted.
2295 Voyages of Conception Essays in English Romanticism. Edited by Japan Association of English Romanticism (Tokyo: Japan Association of English Romanticism, 2005)
            Includes 4 essays on Blake.
2296 Wackrill, H. R.  The Inscription over the Gate (London: Peter Davies, 1937)
2297 Wada, Ayako.  "The Fluctuating Myth of the Fall:  Four Zoas versus Spectre and Emanation in Night III of Blake's Vala/The Four Zoas."  Igirisu Romanha Kenkyu, Igirisu Romanha Gakkai:  Essays in English Romanticism, Japan Association of English Romanticism, No. 21 (1997), pp. 5-18, Photocopy.
2297A Wardi, Eynel. Space, the body, and the text in The marriage of Heaven and Hell (Blackwell Munksgaard, 2003). Printout of article in electronic journal, "Orbis litterarum", 58, 2003.
2298 Wark, Robert R.  Ten British Pictures 1740-1840 (San Marino [California]: The Huntington Library, 1971)
            Includes Blake's 'Satan, Sin and Death',"  Chapter VII (pp. 79-91).
2299 Warner, Janet A. (Janet Adele)  Blake and the Language of Art (Kingston ; Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press ; Gloucester: Alan Sutton, 1984)
2300 Warner, Janet A. (Janet Adele)  "Blake's 'Auguries of Innocence'," Colby Library Quarterly, Volume XII, Number 3 (September 1976), pp. 126-138.
2301 Warner, Janet A. (Janet Adele)  “Unexpected Treasures: English 18th Century Trade Cards,” Ephemera News, Volume 1, Number 1 (Spring 1983), pp. 2-5, 8.
2302 Warner, Janet A. (Janet Adele)  Other Sorrows, Other Joys: The Marriage of Catherine Sophia Boucher and William Blake.  (New York: St Martin’s Press, 2003)
It is “a tapestry of fact and fiction” in which the facts comes from the poet’s life and writings and the fiction is Kate’s note-book, poems, visions, and French lover Paul-Marc (pp. 369, 370). “.Biographical Notes” on real people (pp. 365-368) and “Author’s Note” (pp. 369-371).  The facts are carefully accurate and the fiction is persuasive: “‘There are no Evil Spirits, Kate.  There are only Human Spirits” (p. 8).
2303 The Nature of Identity Essays Presented to Donald E. Hayden by the Graduate Faculty of Modern Letters, The University of Tulsa (Tulsa, Oklahoma: The University of Tulsa, 1981)
            Includes article: Weathers, Winston.  “William Blake’s The Book of Thel: A Transaction,” pp. 71-92.
2304 Blake, William. The Tyger. Edited by Winston Weathers (Columbus, Ohio:  Charles E. Merrill Publishing Company, 1969)  The Merrill Literary Casebook Series
            Consists chiefly of essays of literary criticism on “The Tyger”.
2305 Webster, Brenda S.  Blake’s Prophetic Psychology (Athens: The University of Georgia Press, 1983)
2306 Weir, DavidBrahma in the West: William Blake and the Oriental Renaissance.  (Albany: State University of New York Press, 2003)
2307 Welch, Dennis M., & Morris Eaves.  "Expressive Theory and Blake's Audience," PMLA, Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, Volume 96, Number 2 (March 1981), pp. 273-275.
2308 Wells, David.  A Study of William Blake’s Letters (Tübingen: Stauffenberg Verlag, 1987)
2309 Wells, William, M.AWilliam Blake's "Heads of the Poets", for Turret House, the Residence of William Hayley, Felpham ([Manchester: City of Manchester Art Gallery, 1969])
2310 Wemyss, Henry.  "Blake Watercolours from the Frick Collection,"  Sotheby's Preview, November 1996, pp. 18-19.
2311 Werner, Bette CharleneBlake's Vision of the Poetry of Milton:  Illustrations to Six Poems (Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press ; London ; Toronto: Associated University Presses, 1986)
2312 Whinney, Margaret Dickens.  English Sculpture 1720-1830 (London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1971) Museum Monograph No. 17
            Catalogue of Victoria and Albert Museum.
2313 White, Hal Saunders.  A Primer of Blake (Ames, Iowa:  Littlefield, Adams & Co., 1951)
2314 Whitehead, Angus.  “A Quotation From Lord Byron’s The Two Foscari in William Blake’s The Ghost of Abel.”  Notes and Queries, Vol. 251, No. 3 (September 2006), pp. 325-326, offprint.
2315 Whitehead, Angus.  “William Blake’s last residence: No. 3 Fountain Court, Strand. George Richmond’s plan and an unrecorded letter to John Linnell,” pp. 21-30,
            Wilson, David.  “An idle speculation by Samuel Palmer: William Blake’s involvement in Cipriani’s portrait of John Milton,” pp. 31-36, in The British Art Journal, Volume VI, No. 1 (Spring/Summer 2005)
2316 Whitehead, Angus.  “William Blake’s Subsidiary Design of a Dog in His ‘Heads of the Poets’ Tempera of William Cowper (c. 1800-1803): An Identification.”  Notes and Queries, Vol. 251, No. 3 (September 2006), pp. 316-320, offprint.
2317 Wicksteed, Joseph Hartley.  Blake's Innocence and Experience:  A Study of the Songs and Manuscripts “Shewing the Two Contrary States of the Human Soul” (London ; Toronto: J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd. ; New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1928)
2319 Wicksteed, Joseph Hartley.  Blake's Vision of the Book of Job With Reproductions of the Illustrations.  Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged (London: J. M. Dent & Sons Limited ; New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1924)
2320 Wicksteed, Joseph Hartley.  "The So-Called 'Madness' of William Blake," The Quest, Volume III, Number 1 (October 1911), pp. 81-99, extracted.
2321 Wicksteed, Joseph Hartley.  William Blake’s Jerusalem. Foreword by Geoffrey Keynes (London: Published by The Trianon Press for The William Blake Trust, 1953)
2322 Wiessner, Kurt.  "Blake's Printed Products,"  Images International, Feb 1993, pp. 8-9, offprint.
2323 Wilkie, BrianBlake's THEL and OOTHOON (Victoria, B.C.: English Literary Studies, University of Victoria, 1990) ELS Monograph Series No. 48
2324 Wilkie, Brian & Mary Lynn JohnsonBlake's FOUR ZOAS  The Design of a Dream (Cambridge, Massachusetts ; London, England: Harvard University Press, 1978)
2325 Willard, NancyA Visit to William Blake’s Inn: Poems for Innocent and Experienced Travelers.  Illustrated by Alice and Martin Provensen.  (New York ; London: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1981)
4°, in undecorated buff spine over tan boards, with a decorated cream and blue dust-jacket.
2326 Willard, NancyA Visit to William Blake’s Inn: Poems for Innocent and Experienced Travelers.  Illustrated by Alice and Martin Provensen.  (London: Methuen Children’s Books, 1982)
4°, in undecorated buff spine over tan boards, with a decorated cream and blue dust-jacket.
2327 William Blake and His Circle:  Papers delivered at a Huntington Symposium (San Marino:  Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, 1989)
2328 William Blake mito e linguaggio Claudia Corti … [et al.] ; a cura di Giovanna Franci (Pordenone: Edizioni Studio Tesi, 1983) Collezione Biblioteca 16
2329 Williams, Nicholas M.  Ideology and Utopia in the Poetry of William Blake  (Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1998) Cambridge Studies in Romanticism 28
2329A Williams, Nicholas M. 'The sciences of life': living form in William Blake and Aldous Huxley. (Edinburgh University Press, 2009). Printount of article in electronic journal, "Romanticism", volume 15, number 1 (April 2009).
2330 Wills, James T.  “New Lamb Material in the Aders Album: Jacob Götzenberg and Two Versions of “Angel Help”.” Harvard Library Bulletin, Volume XXII, Number 4 (October 1974), pp. 406-413, offprint.
2331 Wills, James T.  "William Blake's Designs for Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress."  Toronto Ph.D., 1975
2332 Wills, James T.  “A Vision of Allegory: William Blake’s Designs for The Pilgrim’s Progress.”
            Undated.  Copy of the plates used in author’s thesis.
2333 Wilson, Colin.  The Glass Cage:  an unconventional detective story (Toronto ; New York ; London:  Bantam Books, 1973)
A Blake scholar named Damon Reade uses clues from Blake's works to identify and befriend a serial murderer.
2334 Wilson, MonaThe Life of William Blake (London:  The Nonesuch Press, 1927)
2335 Wilson, MonaThe Life of William Blake.  With a Frontispiece (London:  Peter Davies Limited, 1932)
            Library has 2 copies, one with dust jacket.
2336 Wilson, Mona.  The Life of William Blake  (London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1948)
            “Re-set, with revisions and additional notes.”
2337 Wilson, Mona.  The Life of William Blake. A New Edition Edited by Geoffrey Keynes (London ; Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, 1971)
            Library has 2 paperback copies.
2338 Wilton, Andrew.  “Blake and the antique.” The British Museum Yearbook, Vol. 1, The Classical Tradition (1976), pp. 187-218, offprint.
2339 Wingfield Digby, George Frederick.  "William Blake and Education."  Athene [London: Society for Education throught Art], Volume VIII, no. 4 (Autumn 1957), pp. 6-10, extracted.
2340 Witcutt, William Purcell.  Blake:  A Psychological Study (London: Hollis & Carter, 1946)
2341 Witke, Joanne.  "Blake's Tree of Knowledge Grows Out of the Enlightenment," Enlightenment Essays, Volume III, Number 2 (Summer 1972), pp. 71-84.
2342 Witke, JoanneWilliam Blake's Epic:  Imagination Unbound (London ; Sydney:  Croom Helm, 1986)
2343 Wittreich, Joseph AnthonyAngel of Apocalypse:  Blake's Idea of Milton (Madison, Wisc.: University of Wisconsin Press, 1975)
2344 Wittreich, Joseph Anthony.  “Domes of Mental Pleasure: Blake's Epics and Hayley's Epic Theory.” Studies in Philology, Volume LXIX, Number I (January, 1972), pp. 101-129, offprint.
2345 Wittreich, Joseph Anthony.  “The “Satanism” of Blake and Shelley Reconsidered.” Studies in Philology, Volume LXV, Number 5 (October, 1968), pp. 816-833, offprint.
2346 Nineteenth-Century Accounts of William Blake by Benjamin Heath Malkin, Henry Crabb Robinson, John Thomas Smith, Allan Cunningham, Frederick Tatham, William Butler Yeats:  Facsimile Reproductions Edited with Introduction and Headnotes by Joseph Anthony Wittreich, Jr. (Gainesville, Florida: Scholars' Facsimiles & Reprints, 1970)
2347 Wittreich, Joseph Anthony, Jr.  [REVIEW of] G. E. Bentley, Jr., "Blake Books: Annotated Catalogues", pp. 290-292
Fox, Susan.  [REVIEW of] John Howard, “Blake's 'Milton': A Study in the Selfhood,” pp. 293-296, in The Wordsworth Circle, Volume IX, Number 3 (Summer 1978)
2348 Wm Blake (Barcelona: Ediciones Altaya, 2001) Grandes Maestros de la Pintura. In Spanish.
2349 Woodcock, Bruce and John Coates.  Combative Styles:  Romantic Writing and Ideology:  Two Contrasting Interpretations ([Hull:] The University of Hull Press, [1994])
            Includes: Woodcock, Bruce. "Reason and Prophecy--Paine, Blake and the Dialectic of Revolution," pp. 99-117.
2350 Wordsworth, Jonathan, Michael C. Jaye, and Robert Woof with the assistance of Peter Funnell. William Wordsworth and the Age of Romanticism.  Foreword by M.H. Abrams (New Brunswick ; London: Rutgers University Press ; Dove Cottage, Grasmere, England: The Wordsworth Trust, 1987)
2351 Worrall, David.  “William Blake and Erasmus Darwin's Botanic Garden,” pp. 397-417.
            Primeau, Ronald.  “Blake's Chimney Sweeper as Afro-American Minstrel,” pp. 418-430, in Bulletin of the New York Public Library, Volume 78, Number 4 (Summer 1975)
2352 Wright, AndrewBlake's Job:  A Commentary (Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1972)
2353 Wright, ThomasThe Life of William Blake With 135 Illustrations, including 2 in colour, maps, plans, etc. In Two Volumes (Olney, Bucks: Thomas Wright, 1929)
            2 volumes.
2354 Wright, Thomas.  "William Blake," The Reader, Volume II, No. 1 (October, 1926), pp. 27-31.
2355 Romanticism:  A Critical Reader. Edited by Duncan Wu  (Oxford ; Cambridge:  Blackwell, 1995)
An anthology of criticism 1981-1993.
Includes: Hilton, Nelson.  Blakean Zen, pp. 1-16,
De Luca, V. A.  Blake's Concept of the Sublime, pp. 17-54.
2356 Yanagi, Muneyoshi.  Yanagi Muneyoshi zenshū. Volume IV(Tōkyō: Chikuma Shobō, 1981)
            Volume IV reprints Yanagi's first Blake book (1914) and writings associated with it. Japanese.
2357 Yeats, W. B. (William Butler). Ideas of Good and Evil Second Edition (Dublin: Maunsel and Co., Ltd., 1905)
            Includes: “William Blake and the imagination,” and “William Blake and his illustrations to The Divine Comedy”, pp. 168-225.
2358 Yeats, W. B. (William Butler).  "William Blake and his Illustrations to the Divine Comedy,"  The Savoy, No. 3 (1896), subtitled "His Opinions upon Art", pp. 41-57, Extracted.
2359 Young, Mildred BinnsWoolman and Blake:  Prophets for Today ([Wallingford, Pa.: Pendle Hill Publications, 1971]̀). Pendle Hill Pamphlet 177
2359A You shi wen yi (Taibei Shi : You shi wen hua shi ye gong si) [No.] 10 (Oct. 1992) / #466
[No.] 10 includes an article in Chinese: How to read foreign poems and discuss them with young people (pp. 12-19) by Gu Yuan-ching and Chang Ya-hsi.  This article includes two translations of William Blake's Tyger, translated by Hsu Chih-moh, in demonstration of the article's points.
2360 Yuan, Xianjun.  The Gates of Paradise An Enquiry into the Aesthetic Sensibilities in William Blake (April 1988) M.A. Thesis of Fudan University, China.
Transliterated title: Tian tang zhi men Weiliam Bulaike mei xue si xiang tan you.
            2 vols. Volume 2 is abstract in English and Chinese.


2361 Blake Newsletter ([Albuquerque, N.M., etc.: s.n.], 1967-1977)
            Vol. 4, no. 16 (Spring 1971); v. 5, no. 20 (Spring 1972); v. 7, no. 28 (Spring 1974); v. 8 (1974/75); v. 9, nos. 33-35 (1975/76); v. 10, no. 40 (Spring 1977)
2362 Blake : an illustrated quarterly (Rochester, N.Y.: University of Rochester, 1977-  )
            Vol. 11, no. 1-3 (1977/78); v. 12, no. 2 (1978/79); v. 19, no. 1 (1985/86); v. 22, no. 2-3 (1988/89); v. 23, no. 2-3 (1989/90); v. 24, no. 1 (1990/91); v. 36, no. 3 (2002/03); v. 38, no. 1 (2004/05); v. 39, no. 1 (2005/06)
2363 Blake Studies ([Normal, Ill., etc.: K.P. Easson and R.R. Easson], 1968-1980)
            Vol. 1 (1968/69) - v. 5 (1972/75); v. 6, no. 1 (1973); v. 7 (1974/75) - v. 9 (1980)
2364 The Journal of the Blake Society at St. James (London: Blake Society at St. James's, 1995-1999)
            No. 1 (1995) - 4 (1999)
2365 Blake Journal: Journal of the Blake Society at St. James's (London: Blake Society at St. James's, 2000-)
            No. 5 (2000) - no. 9 (2005)

De Ville, J. [William Blake life mask] A 66 | PUBd. AUG. I. 1823 I. DEVILLE | 67 Strand, London.

Plaster cast, painted black to imitate patinated bronze, of the original in the National Portrait Gallery.

no. 1

Blake, William. God Judging Adam [picture] (London : Published by The Tate Gallery, [197-?])

53 x 58 cm.

no. 2

Blake e Dante [art reproduction] 10 settembre / 31 ottobre 1983 Casa di Dante in Abruzzo / Torre de' Passeri (PE) (orari: 9-12 / 15-19 - chiuso il lunedi) ([Milan] : Mazzotta, [1983])

98 x 68 cm.

Poster of an exhibition of Blake illustrations, primarily for the Divina commedia, assembled from English and Australian museums; presented by the Casa di Dante in Abruzzo, in the Castello Gizzi di Torre de' Passeri, Pescara, September-October 1983. Reproduces Blake's watercolour illustration of Dante's Canto 31 from his Divine comedy. The work has been given the title, Antaeus Setting down Dante and Virgil in the Last Circle of Hell.

no. 3

Blake, William. The Lord Answers Job Out of the Whirlwind [picture] (London : Athena Reproductions, 1972)

72 x 60 cm.

no. 4

William Blake in the Collection of The National Gallery of Victoria [art reproduction] 14 September - 19 November 1989 ([Melbourne, Australia] : National Gallery of Victoria, 1989)

84 x 60 cm.

Reproduces Blake's watercolour illustration of Dante's Canto 31 from his Divine comedy. The work has been given the title, Antaeus Setting down Dante and Virgil in the Last Circle of Hell.

no. 5

With Corroding Fires William Blake as Poet, Printmaker and Painter [art reproduction] an exhibition and symposium sponsored by Union College and Skidmore College, May 9 and 10, 1980 ([Saratoga Springs, New York : Skidmore College, 1980])

53 x 49 cm. 2 copies.

no. 6

Blake, William. The Great Red Dragon and the Woman Clothed With the Sun [picture] c1803-5 Brooklyn Museum of Art, Gift of William Augustus White (Millbank, London : [Tate Gallery Publications Deepartment, 2000])

76 x 51 cm.

Poster of a major exhibition at Tate Britain 9 November 2000 - 11 February 2001.

no. 7

International Blake Conference (2003 : Kyoto, Japan) The International Blake Conference "Blake in the Orient" [art reproduction] 29-30 November 2003 in Kyoto, Japan (Kyodai Kaikan, Kyoto University) ([Kyoto, Jpan : Blake Conference Committee, 2003])

60 x 42 cm.

Poster has portrait of William Blake; a reproduction of plate 42 (The Tyger) from Songs of innocence and of experience; and a reproduction of the titlepage from vol. 4, no. 7, 1913 of a Japanese humanistic literary journal, Shirakaba ("White Birch").

no. 8

Blake, William. Elohim Creating Adam, 1795 [picture] (detail) (Millbank, London : Tate Gallery Publications Department, 1978)

76 x 51 cm. 2 copies.

Poster of an exhibition at Tate Gallery, 9 March - 21 May 1978, William Blake... Presented in association with the William Blake Trust.

no. 9

William Blake and His Contemporaries [art reproduction] Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, Adeane Gallery, 14 July - 31 August 1987 designed by Graham Johnson ([Kineton, Warwick, England] : Printed by Roundhead Press, 1987)

70 x 49 cm.

Reproduces William Blake's frontispiece to Europe, a prophecy, from copy K, in the collection of the Fitzwilliam Museum. The frontispiece is entitled: The ancient of days.

no. 10

Wiriamu Bureiku (Yanagi: Blake no deai) [art reproduction] William Blake (Great encounter "Yanagi and Blake") ([Tokyo] : Mingeikan, [1990])

73 x 52 cm.

Poster advertising an exhibition at The Japan Folk Crafts Museum, Komaba, Tokyo, Japan, September 1-October 28, 1990. Poster reproduces an unidentified copy of Blake's frontispiece to Europe, a prophecy, entitled: The ancient of days.

no. 11

Kyōto Daigaku. Sōgō Hakubutsukan [Poster outlining exhibits and events at the Kyoto University Museum [picture] ([Kyoto, Japan] : Kyoto University Museum, [2003])

27 x 52 cm. In Japanese.

Includes mention of the two volume set produced for the International Blake Conference in 2003 and the concurrent exhibition at the Museum, "The Glad Days in the Reception of Blake in Japan" from 27 November to 27 December 2003.

no. 12

Mitchell, Adrian. Lullaby for William Blake [art reproduction] poster poem by Patrick Proktor + Adrian Mitchell (London : Published by Ad Infinitum Limited, 1968)

62 x 95 cm.