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Contents: "One of the Gothic artists" (a chronology of Blake's life); "In the furnace of Lambeth's Vale" (maps sites in London that have a link to Blake); "Chambers of the Imagination" (examines the characters in Blake's work); "Many formidable works" (explores in detail two of Blake's poems, "Songs of Innocence and of Experience" and "Jerusalem"). Exhibition at the Tate Museum, London, 2000-2001.

Hutchings, Kevin. in " Romanticism and Ecology, November 2001.

Baulch, David M.  On Blake's  and the sources of Blake's construction of the sublime.  3 (1996).

Linkin, Harriet Kramer. " 23, 2 (1987).

Castellano, Katey. Alternative Economies of Excess in Blake's Continental Prophecies." On Blake's political position and his thoughts and feelings about the French revolution. (2006).

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Bloom, Harold. to (1987). Discusses "The Little Black Boy," "The Sick Rose," "Ah Sunflower," "London," and other Songs [subscription service].

Fulford, Tim.  ["The Chimney Sweeper"].  (2002) [subscription service].

Ferber, Michael. A review of by Michael Phillips. (2001).

The development of children's books and their illustration, covers John Newbery, George Cruikshank, William Blake, Edward Lear, John Tenniel, and Kate Greenaway. From an undergraduate course in the history of children's literature at Indiana Univ.

Scott, Grant. A review of by Stuart Peterfreund. (1999).

Eaves, Morris, Robert Essick, Joseph Viscomi, eds. Archive of Blake's illuminated books, commercial book illustrations, prints, drawings and paintings, manuscripts and typographic works. Includes extensive detail about all known copies and variants of the illuminated books.

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Ed. Michael Eberle-Sinatra. An international, peer-reviewed electronic journal devoted to British Romantic studies, an impressive scholarly enterprise that has been making essays freely available since 1996.

Goslee, Nancy Moore.  redeeming the word."  (2002) [subscription service].

Plotnitsky, Arkady. Romanticism and Complexity, March 2001.

Punter, David. 17 July, 2001. Eds. Robert Clark, Emory Elliott, Janet Todd. An introduction to William Blake, from a database that provides signed literary criticism by experts in their field and is available to individuals for a reasonably-priced subscription. (1789); (1794); (1793) [subscription service].

Schierenbeck, Daniel.  aesthetics and political economy in Blake's ."  (2007) [first half free].

Youngquist, Paul. 30, 4 (Autumn 1990) [subscription service].

Ed. Rob Watt. Six concordances with wordlists: P.B. Shelley's ; Coleridge's ; Keats's 1819; Blake's ; Wordsworth and Coleridge's 1798; Gerard Manley Hopkins' First Edition, 1918. Also software to make your own concordance.

Simpson, Michael.  moral law and the rule of grammar in " [on "The Fly"].  (1996).

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