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Author: Morris Eaves
ISBN13: 978-0521781473
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press (February 17, 2003)
Pages: 328

The Cambridge Companion to William Blake (Cambridge Companions to Literature) by Morris Eaves



Series: Cambridge Companions to Literature. Recommend to librarian. Poet, painter, and engraver William Blake died in 1827 in obscure poverty with few admirers. The attention paid today to his remarkable poems, prints, and paintings would have astonished his contemporaries. Admired for his defiant, uncompromising creativity, he has become one of the most anthologized and studied writers in English and one of the most studied and collected British artists.

Cambridge companions to literature) Includes bibliographical references and index. 1. Blake, William, 1757–1827 – Criticism and interpretation – Handbooks, manuals, etc. i. Eaves, Morris i i. Series. 7 – dc21 2002067068 isbn 0 521 78147 7 hardback isbn 0 521 78677 0 paperback. Sarah Jones and Katherine Ekstrom arrived just in time to get the final script over the Cambridge threshold. Linda Bree and her colleagues took it smoothly and expertly from there.

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Cambridge Companions to Literature). A poet, painter, and engraver, William Blake died in 1827 in obscurity. Yet he has become one of the most anthologized writers in English and one of the most collected British artists. His urge to create masterpieces of revelation has left complex (and sometimes bizarre) works of written and visual art. The essays in this Companion and a chronology, guides to further readi A poet, painter, and engraver, William Blake died in 1827 in obscurity.

Like other volumes in the "Cambridge Companions to Literature" series, this collection of essays is designed to be useful for a broad academic audience. The essays in this Companion, together with a chronology, guides to further reading, and glossary of terms, identify the key points of departure into Blake's multifarious world. Series: Cambridge Companions to Literature.

Yet he has become one of the most anthologized writers in English and one of the most collected British artists. The essays in this Companion and a chronology, guides to further reading, and glossary of Blake's terms identify the key points of departure into Blake's diverse world. The Cambridge Companion to William Blake.

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A poet, painter, and engraver, William Blake died in 1827 in obscurity. Yet he has become one of the most anthologized writers in English and one of the most collected British artists. His urge to create masterpieces of revelation has left complex (and sometimes bizarre) works of written and visual art. The essays in this Companion and a chronology, guides to further reading, and glossary of Blake's terms identify the key points of departure into Blake's diverse world.