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  1. Night Thoughts: Or, the Complaint and the Consolation by William Blake, Edward Young, 1996-08-20
  2. The Great Poets William Blake (Naxos Great Poets) by William Blake, 2007-07-01
  3. The Devil as Muse: Blake, Byron, and the Adversary (The Making of the Christian Imagination) by Fred Parker, 2011-02-01
  4. Narrative Unbound : Re-Visioning William Blake's the Four Zoas by Donald Ault, Quasha George, 1995-01-30
  5. Life of William Blake: With Selections from his Poems and Other Writings (Cambridge Library Collection - Printing and Publishing History) (Volume 1) by Alexander Gilchrist, 2010-10-31
  6. The Prophetic Writings of William Blake (English Literature Series) by William Blake, 1994-02
  7. William Blake: Poet and Painter : An Introduction to the Illuminated Verse by Jean H. Hagstrum, 1978-11
  8. William Blake: Visionary Anarchist by Peter Marshall, 1994-01-01
  9. Romantic poets: William Blake to Edgar Allan Poe by W. H Auden, 1982
  10. William Blake: The Painter at Work
  11. William Blake's Poetry (Reader's Guides) by Jonathan Roberts, 2007-04-28
  12. William Blake and the Impossible History of the 1790s by Saree Makdisi, 2002-12-15
  13. Other Sorrows, Other Joys: The Marriage of Catherine Sophia Boucher and William Blake by Janet Warner, 2003-12-15
  14. William Blake and the Cultures of Radical Christianity by Robert Rix, 2007-07-30

81. Tyger Of Wrath - William Blake At The National Gallery Of Victoria 2k -
A comprehensive website of 176 works online accompanying the exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria, from 28 April to 30th June.

82. William Blake At The Blue Neon Alley
william blake at the Blue Neon Alley, a directory of the Beat Generation the Beat Related on the World Wide Web.
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83. William Blake And Bertolt Brecht
william blake is undoubtedly one of the more famously challenging poets in the English language, either of his century or any other.
Brian Cliff

Emory University
William Blake and Bertolt Brecht:
"Without Contraries is no progression"
William Blake is undoubtedly one of the more famously challenging poets in the English language, either of his century or any other. As indicated by the large number of comparative studies, Blake scholars often find it useful to bring other poets into the picture. This essay takes a slightly different approach by offering Bertolt Brecht, primarily a playwright, as a useful modern analogue to William Blake. The limitations of this approach should be obvious (and will be addressed), but Brecht may indeed provide us with a foothold in the often unstable world of Blake. Rather than a comparison, then (although I will necessarily compare), I use a discussion of Brecht's goals and methods to open a window on Blake. My hope is that the more familiar, more publicized Brecht can be of assistance in studying the less familiar Blake. The central term for Brecht studies may well be "anti-illusionary." For Brecht, the bourgeois theater of his time created illusions on stage that perpetuated, intentionally or not, the illusions of daily life. At the center of Brecht's drive toward reexamination of our world are several particular techniques, all aimed at "the setting forth of actions so as to call for a critical approach, so that they would not be taken for granted by the spectator and would arouse him to think."

84. William Blake And The Radical Swedenborgians
“william blake and the Promiscuous Baboons A Cagliostroan Séance Gone Awry,” British Journal for EighteenthCentury Studies 18 (1995) 185-200
William Blake and the Radical Swedenborgians Robert Rix
Introduction: Occultist or Political Radical?
, commented in 1791. Kant even felt compelled to respond to Swedenborg in Dreams of a Spirit-Seer The Swedenborgian Church is the only religious institution we have any record of him ever attending. However, if the dating Blake scribbled in blue ink on copy K of The Marriage of Heaven and Hell his scathing satire on Swedenborg, is correct, it seems that he was, at this time, not willing to accept Swedenborg as the singular prophet on which one could build a system of beliefs.
In the late 1780s and early 1790s, when Blake sought out Swedenborg and other mystical and occult sources, he was also a radical in politics. Most noticeably, he wrote a eulogy to The French Revolution (1791), which was originally planned in seven books, and celebrated the liberation of the thirteen colonies in America: A Prophecy
The Rise and Progress of Swedenborgianism in London Discourses on Several Subjects spiritual enlightenment was now available for those who would open their eyes to his gospel; it was an

85. William Blake (Rexroth)
This review of The Letters of william blake (ed. Geoffrey Keynes) originally appeared in The Nation (2 March 1957) and was reprinted in Assays (New
William Blake
This review of The Letters of William Blake (ed. Geoffrey Keynes) originally appeared in The Nation (2 March 1957) and was reprinted in Assays
Another Rexroth essay on Blake
Other Rexroth Essays REXROTH ARCHIVE H ... earch B ureau of Public Secrets PO B ox B erkeley CA USA

Best Poems of william blake. Click here to see what the World Wide Web offers in terms of works, biography, and gossips about william blake.

87. MAGPIE » William Blake’s Legacy Examined At Whitworth In Manchester, Open
william blake’s legacy examined at Whitworth in Manchester, opening Jan 26. Posted by arthur magazine staff. over design for magazine, Counterpoint,

88. Blake's Book Of Job Text
It uses a complete proof edition of william blake s The Book of Job (1825), blake s poetry and Here begins the text of william blake, The Book of Job.
William Blake's Book of Job Text Introduction These pages are devoted to the study of the art of William Blake by means of a combination of text, poems, and images brought together with the use of the internet. It uses a complete proof edition of William Blake's The Book of Job (1825), Blake's poetry and prose, and assorted internet links to paintings by Blake, Caravaggio and others. The site as a whole does not attempt to explain or interpret Blake's images so much as to experience them as part of a poetic and creative enterprise. Blake will make the declarative statements; the web site will ask questions; and the reader may interact and respond as she or he sees fit.
The method for reading Blake's Job used here is fashioned from Joseph Wicksteed, Blake's Vision of the Book of Job, A Study (New York, 1910) and S. Foster Damon, Blake's Job: William Blake's Illustrations of the Book of Job with an introduction and commentary (Providence, Rhode Island, 1966). But full responsibility for the actual site is the designer's.
Jerusalem is proof enough that Blake did not merely "illustrate" the Book of Job.

89. BBC NEWS | Magazine | An Everyman's Mystic
Detail from william blake s Nebuchadnezzar, courtesy of Tate Britain william blake s The Ghost of a Flea, circa 181920, courtesy of Tate
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