The Sanity of William Blake. With Six Illustrations of Blakes Drawings.
London: George Allen and Unwin, 1920. Small 8vo, 59 pp, with 6 black and white illustrations. Very good in original gray boards, very slightly wear to head of spine, and front endpapers and a few pages at end slightly foxed. Reprint of a talk originally published in 1908. Bentley, BB, 2168: The thesis of this amusing lecture is that Blake had an especially sane kind of insanity.
(Item Id: 109029)