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William Blake’s Birthday Present

William Blake’s Birthday Present

On behalf of the Blake Society. This Friday, 28 November is William Blake’s birthday and we’re organising a surprise

On behalf of the Blake Society. This Friday, 28 November is William Blake’s birthday and we’re organising a surprise[Continue]

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Blake2_0 William Blake art of the day: The Circle of the Lu…

Blake2_0 William Blake art of the day: The Circle of the Lu…

William Blake art of the day: The Circle of the Lustful (from Dante’s Divine Comedy) bmagic.org.uk/objects/1919P2 http://t.co/a93Td2IuFO [Continue]

Blake2_0 Blake qotd: Reasoning upon its own Dark Fiction In…

Blake qotd: Reasoning upon its own Dark Fiction In Doubt which is Self Contradiction Humility is only Doubt And does the Sun & Moon blot out [Continue]

Blake2_0 William Blake art of the day: Albion Rose (previou…

Blake2_0 William Blake art of the day: Albion Rose (previou…

William Blake art of the day: Albion Rose (previously called Glad Day) britishmuseum.org/explore/highli… http://t.co/rESRJXt8o0 [Continue]

Blake2_0 William Blake quote of the day: The Eternal Body o…

William Blake quote of the day: The Eternal Body of Man is the Imagination [Continue]

Reviews

Rev. of John H. Jones’s <i>Blake on Language, Power, and Self-Annihilation</i>

Rev. of John H. Jones’s Blake on Language, Power, and Self-Annihilation

John H. Jones. Blake on Language, Power, and Self-Annihilation. $90.00. Palgrave MacMillan, 2010. pp. xii+250. John H. Jones’s Blake on Language, Power, and Self-Annihilation argues that dialogic self-annihilation in Blake’s oeuvre is a means of resistance to all forms of “philosophical and political monologism” that dictatorially impose a single vision upon readers and [Continue]

Arts and Culture

William Blake’s Manuscripts: A One-Day Symposium

William Blake’s Manuscripts: A One-Day Symposium

The schedule has now been set and registration is open for William Blake’s Manuscripts: A One-Day Symposium. This symposium will be held at the Huntington Library on June 7th, 2013, and the list of Blake luminaries speaking include (in alphabetical order) Luisa Calé, Mark Crosby, Morris Eaves, Alexander Gourlay, Steve Hindle, Rachel Lee, Joseph Viscomi, Angus Whitehead, and John Windle. [Continue]

Podcasts

Blake in Our Time: Welcome and Introductions

Introduction by Karen Mulhallen, Ryerson University. Length: 5:33 min. [Continue]

Blake in Our Time: Collecting Blake

Collecting Blake by Robert N. Essick, University of California at [Continue]

Blake in Our Time: Recovering The Earliest Versions of Blake’s Oddest Book

Recovering The Earliest Versions of Blake’s Oddest Book by Joseph [Continue]

Blake in Our Time: Blake & George Cumberland’s ‘Pocketbooks’

Blake & George Cumberland’s ‘Pocketbooks’ by Angus Whitehead, [Continue]

Blake in Our Time: Respondent to morning papers

Respondent to morning papers by Alan Bewell, University of Toronto. [Continue]

Blake in Our Time: Afternoon Panel

Afternoon Panel. Length: 53:19 min. Size: 75.76Mb. Three papers from the [Continue]