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William Blake (Writers and Their Work)

Vine, Steven

Editorial: Northcote House Publishers, 2006
ISBN 10: 0746310412 / ISBN 13: 9780746310410
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Título: William Blake (Writers and Their Work)

Editorial: Northcote House Publishers

Año de publicación: 2006

Encuadernación: Hardcover

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Sinopsis: William Blake was a revolutionary poet and artist: 'I know myself both Poet & Painter', he wrote. In his paintings, he created visionary images that challenge conventional perceptions; in his poetry, he joined words and images in the stunning form of the 'illuminated book', where verbal and visual depictions interact. A Romantic poet and religious visionary, he questioned Romantic assumptions and rewrote Biblical tradition in a radical mythology for his own time. He welcomed the eruption of the French Revolution and attacked Britain's wars against Revolutionary France, assaulting the social injustices of his day and critiquing the politics and psychology of power. Steve Vine's study introduces the full range of Blake's poetry and illuminated books from the early Songs to the late epics, and focuses on the socially radical and challenging nature of his art - on Blake's attempts to open what he called the 'doors of perception' beyond limiting visions and ideologies - to what he called 'the infinite'.

Biografía del autor: Steve Vine is Lecturer in English at Swansea University, where he specialises in teaching Romantic literature and literary theory. His publications include: Blake's Poetry: Spectral Visions (1993); The Penguin Edition of D.H. Lawrence's Aaron's Rod (1995); Emily Bronte (1998) and Literature in Psychoanalysis: A Reader (2005).

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