Crafting Editorial Settlements
University of Rochester
The abbreviated list below omits many works that might have a significant role in a more comprehensive survey, including, as only one instance, even the most notable second and third editions of Blake’s writings. The Blake Archive’s bibliographies (http://www.blakearchive.org/blake/resources.html) are the most accessible supplement to what appears here.
Abrams, M. H., et al., eds. The Norton Anthology of English Literature. 2 vols. New York: Norton, 1962.
Bentley, G. E., Jr., ed. Blake Books: Annotated Catalogues of William Blake’s Writings in Illuminated Printing, in Conventional Typography and in Manuscript, and Reprints Thereof: Reproductions of His Designs: Books with His Engravings: Catalogues: Books He Owned: and Scholarly and Critical Works about Him. Oxford: Clarendon, 1977.
Bindman, David, et al., eds. Blake’s Illuminated Books. 6 vols. Princeton, NJ: William Blake Trust and Princeton UP, and London: William Blake Trust and Tate Gallery Publications, 1991-95.
———. Assisted by Deirdre Toomey. The Complete Graphic Works of William Blake. [London]: Thames and Hudson, 1978.
Bloom, Harold. “The Visionary Cinema of Romantic Poetry.” In William Blake: Essays for S. Foster Damon. Ed. Alvin H. Rosenfeld. Providence, RI: Brown UP, 1969. 18-35.
Butlin, Martin. The Paintings and Drawings of William Blake. 2 vols. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1981.
Cooper, Andrew, and Michael Simpson. "The High-Tech Luddite of Lambeth: Blake's Eternal Hacking." The Wordsworth Circle 30.3 (1999): 125-31.
———. "Looks Good in Practice, But Does it Work in Theory? Rebooting the Blake Archive." The Wordsworth Circle 31.1 (2000): 63-68.
Damon, S. Foster. A Blake Dictionary: The Ideas and Symbols of William Blake. Providence, RI: Brown UP, 1965.
———. "Graphicality: Multimedia Fables for ‘Textual’ Critics." In Textual Studies in the Late Age of Print. Ed. Elizabeth B. Loizeaux and Neil Fraistat. Madison: U of Wisconsin Press, 2002. 99-122.
———. “Multimedia Body Plans: A Self-Assessment.” In Electronic Textual Editing. Ed. John Unsworth and Katherine O’Brien O’Keefe. New York: MLA, 2006, forthcoming.
———. “National Arts and Disruptive Technologies in Blake’s Prospectus of 1793.” In Blake, Nation and Empire. Ed. Steve Clark and David Worrall. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006, forthcoming.
———. "'Why Don't They Leave it Alone?' Speculations on the Authority of the Audience in Editorial Theory." In Cultural Artifacts and the Production of Meaning: The Page, the Image, and the Body. Ed. Margaret Ezell and Katherine O'Brien O'Keeffe. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1994. 85-99.
Eaves, Morris, Robert N. Essick, and Joseph Viscomi. "The William Blake Archive: The Medium When the Millennium Is the Message." In Romanticism and Millenarianism. Ed. Tim Fulford. New York: Palgrave, 2002. 219-33.
Eaves, Morris, Robert N. Essick, Joseph Viscomi, and Matthew Kirschenbaum. "Standards, Methods, and Objectives in the William Blake Archive." The Wordsworth Circle 30.3 (1999): 135-44.
Ellis, Edwin J., and William Butler Yeats, eds. The Works of William Blake, Poetic, Symbolic, and Critical. 3 vols. London: Quaritch, 1893.
Erdman, David V., ed. The Complete Poetry and Prose of William Blake. New York: Doubleday, 1965. Quotations from Blake, followed by E and a page number, are cited from the final revision of Erdman’s edition, The Complete Poetry and Prose of William Blake. Berkeley and Los Angeles: U of California P, 1988.
———. The Illuminated Blake . . . All of William Blake’s Illuminated Works with a Plate-by-Plate Commentary. New York: Anchor, 1974.
———, ed. With the assistance of Donald K. Moore. The Notebook of William Blake: A Photographic and Typographic Facsimile. Oxford: Clarendon, 1973.
———, John E. Grant, Edward J. Rose, and Michael J. Tolley, eds. William Blake’s Designs for Edward Young’s Night Thoughts: A Complete Edition. 2 vols. Oxford: Clarendon, 1979.
Essick, Robert, ed. The Separate Plates of William Blake: A Catalogue. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1983.
———. William Blake’s Commercial Book Illustrations: A Catalogue and Study of the Plates Engraved by Blake after Designs by Other Artists. Oxford: Clarendon, 1991.
Gilchrist, Alexander. Life of William Blake, “Pictor Ignotus.” 2 vols. Cambridge and London: Macmillan, 1863. 2nd ed., 1880.
Hagstrum, Jean. William Blake Poet and Painter: An Introduction to the Illuminated Verse. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1964.
Johnson, Mary Lynn. “William Blake.” In The English Romantic Poets: A Review of Research and Criticism. Ed. Frank Jordan et al. 4th edition. New York: MLA, 1985. 113-254.
Kroeber, Karl. "The Blake Archive and the Future of Literary Studies." The Wordsworth Circle 30.3 (1999): 123-25.
———. Rev. of Eaves, The Cambridge Companion to Blake. Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly 38:4 (2005): 151-54.
Miller, J. Hillis. "Digital Blake." Digital Cultures Project conference, 3-5 Nov. 3-2000, University of California at Santa Barbara.
Peattie, R. W. “William Michael Rossetti’s Aldine Edition of Blake.” Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly 12 (1978): 4-9.
Rossetti, William Michael. The Poetical Works of William Blake, Lyrical and Miscellaneous. Aldine Edition of the British Poets. London: G. Bell, 1874.
Simpson, David. “Blake and Romanticism.” In Eaves, ed., The Cambridge Companion to William Blake. 169-87.
Unsworth, John. “Scholarly Primitives: What Methods Do Humanities Researchers Have in Common, and How Might Our Tools Reflect This?" Originally presented in a symposium on "Humanities Computing: Formal Methods, Experimental Practice," King's College, London, 13 May 2000 <http://www.iath.virginia.edu/~jmu2m/Kings.5-00/primitives.html>.
The William Blake Archive. Ed. Morris Eaves, Robert N. Essick, and Joseph Viscomi <http://www.blakearchive.org>.
“Plan of the Archive” (in “About the Archive” <http://www.blakearchive.org/blake/public/about/index.html>)
|Auteur :||Morris Eaves|
|Titre :||Crafting Editorial Settlements|
|Revue :||Romanticism on the Net, Numéro 41-42, février-mai 2006|
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