Humanities-Ebooks, 1 de gen. 2007 - 239 pàgines
An illustrated study of the social, political and literary thought underlying Blake’s Songs and the Prophetic Books, culminating in Milton. It considers the guiding forces behind Visions of the Daughters of Albion and The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, the roles of vision and energy in the Songs of Innocence and of Experience and lyrics such as ‘The Mental Traveller’, Blakes's attempts at mythological interpretation of current events, first in ‘The French Revolution’ and then in the prophetic books America, Europe and The Song of Los, and how Blake’s fourfold vision is employed as a means of interpreting and illustrating major predecessors such as Milton and Chaucer.
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7 All Things Humanized
8 Unwanted Prospero
The Development of Blakes Mythology
The Gates of Paradise
List of Illustrations with Hyperlinks
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Adam Adam and Eve Albion Angel artist BA Copy become Beulah Blake Archive Bromion clouds created dark death delight Divine Druid earth Enitharmon eternal exist experience Fall fallen Felpham female figure fire flames Four Zoas fourfold vision French Revolution garden genius Geoffrey Keynes Heaven and Hell Holy human Ibid idea illustration imagery imagination infinite innocence inspiration interpretation Jerusalem Last Judgment Leutha levels of vision liberty light lineaments Luvah Marriage of Heaven Milton moon nature night Ololon Oothoon Palamabron Paradise Lost pattern plate poem poet possessed prophetic books reader reason and energy revealed Revolution Rintrah Satan Selfhood sense serpent sexual single vision Song soul spirit starry stars suggests Swedenborg symbolism theme Theotormon thou threefold vision Tiriel true turn twofold vision Tyger Ulro universe Urizen Urthona Vala visionary W. B. Yeats weeping William Blake Wordsworth Zoas