Endnotes: Authors Meet Images: Cartoonists Before Comics by Gavin Callaghan

Notes reference the essay published in The Comics Journal #302

1 William Blake, The Poetry and Prose of William Blake (1970), ed. by David V. Erdman, commentary by Harold Bloom, fourth printing, with revisions, A Doubleday Anchor Book, Garden City, New York, 670.

2 We will ignore, for the purposes of this essay, such popular writer-artists as Beatrix Potter, Kate Greenaway, Maurice Sendak, Shel Silverstein, and others — who, far from being marginalized, have found a lauded niche in the field of children’s books.

3 Milton Klonsky, William Blake, The Seer and His Visions (1977), Harmony Books, New York, 30-31.

4 Mark Schorer, William Blake, The Politics of Vision (1959), Vintage Books, New York, 3.

5 Ibid., 7.

6 Erdman, writing in Blake (1970), op. cit., 704.

7 Jean H. Hagstrum, William Blake, Poet and Painter, An Introduction to the Illuminated Verse (1964), The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 71.

8 Ibid., 3.

9 Ibid., 140.

10 Peter Ackroyd, Blake: A Biography (1996), Alfred A. Knopf, Kew York, 180-181.

11 Ibid., 115.

12 Erdman, writing in Blake (1970), op. cit., 704.

13 Ackroyd (1996), op. cit.,168.

14 G.K. Chesterton, quoted by Hag strum (1964), op. cit., 25.

15 Erdman quoting Harold Bruce in Blake (1970), op. cit., 110.

16 John Flaxman, The Knight of the Blazing Cross (1796), rep. in Harriet Whitmore Fowler, John Flaxman’s Knight of the Blazing Cross (1981), thesis, May, Graduate School of Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 42 c.

17 Ibid., 42c.

18 Ibid., 84.

19 Ibid., 87.

20 Malcolm Easton, Aubrey and the Dying Lady, A Beardsley Riddle (1972), David R. Godine, Boston, Massachusetts, 132.

21 Walter Jerrold, Thomas Hood: His Life and Times (MCMIX), John Lane Company, New York, 164.

22 Ibid., 252.

23 Ibid., 312.

24 Ibid., 253.

25 Ibid., 175.

26 Ibid., 184.

27 Vachel Lindsay, Collected Poems (1923), The Macmillan Company, New York, 17-18.

28 Ibid., 19.

29 Edgar Lee Masters, Vachel Lindsay (1935), Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York, 263-264.

30 Jerry Ficowski, afterword in Bruno Schulz, The Complete Fiction of Bruno Schulz: Street of Crocodiles, Sanatorium Under the Sign of the Hourglass (1989), trans. by Celina Wieniewska, Walker and Company, New York, 322.

31 Ficowski, Ibid., 323.

32 Ficowski, Ibid., 324.

33 Ficowski, Ibid., 322.

34 John Updike, intro. in Sanatorium under the Sign of the Hourglass (1979), w/ 30 illus. by the author, Writers from the Other Europe, trans. by Celina Wieniewska, gen. ed. Philip Roth, Penguin Books, xiii.

35 Updike, Ibid., xviii.

36 Ficowski in Schulz (1989), op. cit.,320.

37 D.H. Olson, ed. and intro. to Howard Wandrei, Time Burial, The Collected Fantasy Tales of Howard Wandrei (1995), Fedogan & Bremer, Minneapolis, MN, xliv.

38 Olson, Ibid., xxvii.

39 Olson, Ibid., xxxi.

40 Olson, ibid., xxvii.

41 Olson, ibid., xxvi.

42 Richard L. Tierney, “Howard Wandrei: An Appreciation,” The Scream Factory, (1996), Autumn, Issue #18, 80-82, Deadline Press, 72.

43 Olson in Wandrei (1995), op. cit., xxiv.

44 Richard L. Tierney, intro., Donald Wandrei, Colossus (1999), ed. by Philip J. Rahman and Dennis Weiler, second edition, Fedogan & Bremer, Minneapolis, MN, xxiv.

45 Rodger Gerberding, “A Vaudeville (and several other things) For Howard Wandrei,“ The Scream Factory, (1996), Autumn, Issue #18, 80-82, Deadline Press, 81.

46 Carvel Collins, ed., William Faulkner, Early Prose and Poetry (1962), An Atlantic Monthly Press Book, Little, Brown and Company, Boston,17.

47 Collins in Ibid., 18.

48 Stephen B. Oates, William Faulkner, The Man and the Artist (1987), Harper & Row, Publishers, New York, 29.

49 Peter Quennell, The Marble Foot: An Autobiography, 1905-1938 (1976), The Viking Press, New York, 103.

50 Rafael Alberti, The Lost Grove (1981), trans. by Gabriel Berns, University of California Press, 128.

51 Anthony Burgess, intro. to Mervyn Peake, Titus Groan (1992), The Overlook Press, Woodstock, NY, 2.

52 Mervyn Peake, Peak’s Progress (1981), ed. by Maeve Gilmore, Penguin Books, Middlesex, England, 237.

53 Burgess in Peake (1992), op. cit., 2.

54 Frances M. Doughty, “Gilt on Cardboard: Djuna Barnes as Illustrator of Her Life and Work,” Silence and Power, A Reevaluation of Djuna Barnes (1991), Mary Lynn Broe, ed. and intro., afterword by Catharine Stimpson, Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale and Edwardsville, 154.

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