Blake Quarterly (winter 2020-21)

Recently I saw a message from university advancement that mentioned a “gift burst,” whereupon I resolved to label our...

Publication: Blake's Poetical Sketches

The William Blake Archive is pleased to announce the publication of a digital edition of Poetical Sketches, composed by Blake...

John E. Grant, 1925-2020

This post is by Alexander S. (Sandy) Gourlay. It is adapted from his foreword to Prophetic Character: Essays on...

Publication: Water Color Drawings 1775 - c. 1790

The William Blake Archive is pleased to announce the publication of a digital edition of twenty-seven water color drawings produced by...

Blake Quarterly (autumn 2020)

Today sees the publication of our latest issue, fall 2020 (vol. 54, no. 2), which will be open access...
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Blake Quarterly (winter 2020-21)
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Publication: Blake's Poetical Sketches
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John E. Grant, 1925-2020
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Publication: Water Color Drawings 1775 - c. 1790
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Blake Quarterly (autumn 2020)
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Publication: EUROPE Copies C & F

The William Blake Archive is pleased to announce the publication of digital editions of Europe a Prophecy Copies C and F, from Houghton Library, Harvard University, and the Berg Collection, New York Public Library, respectively. They join Copies A, B, D, E, G, H, and K already available in the Archive.

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Languages and Ligatures

One of the first blog posts I ever wrote for Hell’s Printing Press was titled “Laocoön and Languages.” The inspiration behind the post was that, in working on textual transcriptions, I had come across instances where Blake writes in a language other than English and I had been pointed to Laocoön as an example of a published Blake Archive work that deals with the problem of how to transcribe text in languages other than English.

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