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Bruce Dickinson becomes patron of the Blake Cottage Trust
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The new patron for the cottage in Felpham where William and Catherine Blake lived promises to bring international recognition for the restoration campaign.
A constructivist reading of “the receiver” in the art of William Blake
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A recently submitted PhD thesis reconsiders how Blake's art places special emphasis on those involved in the reception of the artist's message
New paper explores Blake’s work from an ecocritical perspective
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While Blake is often considered an occult artist, this newly published article explores him as a herald of Green Romantic spirituality.
New journal article considers Blake’s “London” as architectural space
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This joint authored paper provides an innovative look at London's spaces associated with death during Blake's lifetime and during COVID-19.
New talks from the Blake Society
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Two talks in May and June explore the influence of Blake on Maurice Sendak, as well as using Blake to explore soul-writing.
Iraqi scholars reconsider Blake’s “The Little Black Boy”
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Ali Abdulilah Gheni and Noor Alhuda Ahmad Aziz offer a discourse-stylistic approach to Blake's famous poem.
Mika Iwama compares Ryūsei Kishida’s work to William Blake
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Ryūsei Kishida’s religious paintings from 1914 suggest a peculiar Japanese reception of Christianity and European art via William Blake
Collected edition explores the status and use of William Blake’s manuscripts
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Mark Crosby and Josephine McQuail present a collection of essays showing how Blake's manuscripts can tell us much about his techniques and meaning.
New article explores intermedial Romanticism in Blake and Wordsworth
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Serena Qihui Pei considers the interplay between visual arts and poetic visions in William Blake and William Wordsworth.
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