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William Blake's Printing Process

Folks at Vancouver Island University have created a video detailing their interpretation of William Blake's Printing process. Thanks to Roger Whitson on the NASSR Listserv for alerting us to this video.

William Blake Printing Process from Jeremiah Patton on Vimeo.

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Update to the William Blake Archive

The William Blake Archive is pleased to announce the publication of electronic editions of America a Prophecy copies B and I. Ten of the fourteen extant copies of America were printed in 1793, the date on its title plate. Copy I, now in the Huntington Library and Art Gallery, is from this printing.

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New addition to Romantic-Era Songs

Announcing the latest addition to ROMANTIC-ERA SONGS
http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/douglass/music/index.html

The Miller and His Men (1813), Isaac Pocock, music by Sir Henry Bishop, contributed by Christina Fuhrmann.

The site is free and all music is playable and downloadable.

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CFP: Special Issue of Women's Writing on Felicia Hemans

Katherine Singer, former site manager at Romantic Circles, and Nanora Sweet, a former electronic edition editor, have just issued a call for submissions to a special issue of Women's Writing entitled, Beyond Domesticity: Heman's in the Wider World.

Here's more:

Beyond Domesticity: Hemans in the Wider World
A Special Issue of Women’s Writing

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Collection of 18th and early 19th c. novels newly catalogued at New York Society Library

The New York Society Library has recently completed the online cataloging of its Hammond Collection: 1,152 novels, plays, poetry, and other works from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Originally part of a New England lending library, these volumes date from 1720 to 1847 (bulk dates 1770-1820) and reflect the popular reading interests of those years, including Gothic novels, romances, epistolary fiction, musical comedies, and other genres. A number of these books are quite scarce; in a few cases, the NYSL holds the only known extant copy.

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