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ISBN:0236400541
Author: Michael Davis
ISBN13: 978-0236400546
Title: William Blake: A New Kind of Man
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Language: English
Category: History and Criticism
Publisher: HarperCollins Distribution Services (March 24, 1977)
Pages: 184

William Blake: A New Kind of Man by Michael Davis



Blake, William, 1757-1827 Biography. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book William Blake : a new kind of man, Michael Davis.

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Michael Davis sets this peculiarity at the center of Blake's life and art. Blake was, Davis says, ""a man dedicated to giving bodily form to spiritual beings,"" and he achieved this through poetry, engravings, and paintings devoted to Biblical themes and his own mythology of Orc, Urizen, Los, Albion, and others, who represent passion, reason, imagination, mankind, and so forth. But, notwithstanding his arresting subtitle, Davis is more interested in the works than the man; hence his narrative of Blake's Life concerns mainly the sequence and circumstances of Blake's literary and artistic career, and includes extensive quotations from letters, as well as helpful explications of Blake's most obscure visionary poetry.

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William Blake - The Book of Urizen. This is the web version of my MA Thesis. William Blake - The Book of Urizen. Introduction & Acknowledgement. I. Introducing William Blake. II. Major Influences. Morton D. Paley and Michael Phillips. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1973. ] Ellis, Helen B. - "Added and Omitted Plates in the Book of Urizen. Essick, Robert N. - "Variation, Accident, and Intention in Blake's Book of Urizen. Hoffman Rita - Blake’s The Book of Urizen and Plato’s Timaeus. Howard, John - Infernal Poetics: Poetic Structures in Blake's Lambeth Prophecies.

William Blake: A New Kind of Man. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1977. Most readable: a tremendously enthusiastic book that argues that Blake virtually loses control of what he's doing by the later books. Note the total absence of the normal documentation apparatus (footnotes and such). Readable-but under no circumstances to be trusted implicitly without reference to other biographies like the Ackroyd or the Wilson. William Blake's Commercial Book Illustrations: A Catalogue and Study of the Plates Engraved by Blake after Designs by Other Artists. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1991.

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William Blake’s poem The French Revolution is probably the first British literary representation of the revolution in France. Blake wrote it in 1790 and 1791, that is, during the first phase of the revolution, without the benefit of any historical perspective. It is remarkable that even Voltaire and Rousseau still represent revolutionary ideas in this poem; it was only a few years later that Blake associated them with the Unholy Trinity : the rigid rationalism of Newton, Bacon and Locke. William Blake and the Age of Revolution. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul. A New Kind of Man. London: Paul Elek. History and Poetry: William Blake and The French Revolution. Michael Davis. University of California Press, 1977). William Blake: A Man without a Mask. Secker and Warburg, 1943).

Michael Davis (1977) William Blake. University of California, Berkeley. Michael Ferber, The Social Vision of William Blake. Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1985.

A biography of the great English visionary poet incorporates numerous quotations from Blake's letters and poems in tracing the development of his creative genius