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(BLAKE, William). Bertholf, Robert J. & Annette S. Levitt, Editors.
William Blake and the Moderns.
Albany: State University of New York Press, (1982). Second printing.
8vo., deep green cloth, pp. [xv], . With contributions by Hazard Adams, Donald Pease, Leroy Searle, Jay Parini, Robert J. Bertholf, Alicia Ostriker, Robert F. Gleckner, Myra Glazer, Annette S. Levitt, Susan Levin, Minna Doskow, Eileen Sanzo, and William Dennis Horn. The essays relate Blake's influence to W.B. Yeats, Walt Whitman, Hart Crane, T.S. Eliot, William Carlos Williams, Theodore Roethke, Robert Duncan, Allen Ginsberg, James Joyce, D.H. Lawrence, Joyce Cary, Doris Lessing. and Karl Marx. Originally published at US $64.50; A near fine copy, without dust jacket, as issued.
$22.00 Book Number: 11509 Order / Enquire
(BLAKE, William). Chayes, Irene H. Hunt, John Dixon (Senior Editor).
Words in Pictures: Testing the Boundary: Inscriptions by William Blake.
London: Taylor & Francis Ltd., (1991).
Scholarly essay contained in Word & Image. A Journal of Verbal/Visual Enquiry. Volume 7, number 2, April-June 1991. This issue devoted to "Texts on/in Images". Quarto format, perfect bound gray card covers. Irene H. Chayes's article on Blake is 13 pages long and includes illustrations. Also an articles on the Bayeux Tapestry, Poussin's self portraits, Paul Klee's speaking pictures, and an article entitled, "Traces of Transcendence: Masson, Ernst, Tapies". Near fine.
$16.50 Book Number: 11523 Order / Enquire
MELLOR, Anne Kostelanetz.
Blake's Human Form Divine.
Berkeley: University of California Press, (1974). First edition.
Art gallery's label/price-tag on rear endpaper, covers slightly faded, corners lightly bumped, else very good, lacking the dust jacket.
$16.50 Book Number: 5710 Order / Enquire
ROTHENBERG, Molly Anne.
Rethinking Blake's Textuality.
Columbia: University of Missouri Press, (1993). First edition.
8vo., blue cloth, pp. [xi], 164, a couple of illustrations. The author concentrates on Blake's epic poem, " Jerusalem" , and argues that Blakean textuality appears to be "post-structuralist" because Blake was concerned with the same epistemological crises with which poststructuralists are concerned. Drawing on eighteenth century documents, she seeks to make the poem speak from its historical moment. Fine in dust jacket.
$22.00 Book Number: 7150 Order / Enquire
A New Earth : The Labor of Language in Pearl, Herbert's Temple, and Blake's Jerusalem.
Washington, DC: Catholic University of America Press, 1991. First edition.
22 cm x 15 cm, black cloth, pp. x, 219; two illustrations from Blake. Near fine in dust jacket.
$16.50 Book Number: 12251 Order / Enquire