Global Blake: Colin Trodd
This paper notes how commentators used notions of citizenship and hospitality to understand Blake during the period 1910-1930.
Global Blake: Clare Broome Saunders
Clare Broome Saunders explores the ways in which Blake influenced Phoebe Anna Traquair’s illustrations to Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnets from the Portuguese,
Global Blake: Jodie Marley
Jodie Marley considers how the Yeatses made use of Blake’s mysticism in A Vision.
Global Blake: Alexander Abichou
Alexander Abichou considers ways in which the mysticism of Ibn Arabi may illuminate our understanding of William Blake.
Global Blake: David Worrall
David Worrall explores how neuroscience may help us understand Blake’s visions as ectoptic experiences.


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Leslie Wilber presents an extraordinary visual response to Blake's mythology of the Four Zoas.
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Opposition,’ says William Blake, ‘is true friendship’. So opens the Foreword to Defence of the Devil by Eugene Halliday.
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For some commentators, it is this engagement with Blake which leads Maud into her deep obsession, but in truth Maud doesn't really understand Blake at all.