William Blake; essays for S. Foster Damon.

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Bosenfeld, Alvin Hirsch., Damon, S. Foster 1893-1971.
Format: Book
Published: Providence, Brown University Press, 1969.
Table of Contents:
  • S. Foster Damon, the New England voice, by M. Cowley
  • S. Foster Damon; a bibliography, by E. D. Costa and E. C. Wescott
  • Blake and the postmodern, by H. Adams
  • The visionary cinema of romantic poetry, by H. Bloom
  • Blake's Miltonic moment, by H. Fisch
  • Blake and the progress of poesy, by G. H. Hartman
  • Blake and Shelley; beyond the uroboros, by D. Hughes
  • William Blake and D. H. Lawrence, by V. de Sola Pinto
  • The evolution of Blake's large color prints of 1795, by M. Butlin
  • Blake's 1795 color prints; an interpretation, by A. T. Kostelanetz
  • Blake's Night thoughts; an exploration of the fallen world, by M. D. Paley
  • The thunder of Egypt, by A. S. Roe
  • Blake and the kabbalah, by A. A. Ansari
  • Blake's reading of the book of Job, by N. Frye
  • The divine tetrad in Blake's Jerusalem, by G. M. Harper
  • Visions in the darksom air; aspects of Blake's Biblical symbolism, by P. Miner
  • Materia prima in a page of Blake's Vala, by P. Nanavutty
  • Negative sources in Blake, by M. K. Nurmi
  • Blake's verbal technique, by R. F. Gleckner
  • Two flowers in the garden of experience, by J. E. Grant
  • The fly, by J. H. Hagstrum
  • A note on Blake's unfettered verse, by K. Raine
  • A temporary report on texts of Blake, by D. V. Erdman
  • The William Blake Trust, by G. Keynes.