poetry
New article compares the work of Blake and Kazakh poet
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This comparative analysis draws attention to similarities in the poetry of William Blake and Ahmed Yasawi
Art and Selfhood in the works of Thomas Merton and William Blake
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This new article explores in detail the influence of Blake on the famous American monk and writer
New paper considers Blake’s influence on Korean ecological criticism
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William Blake has a special role to play in this new study of the work of Kim Jong-cheol
Indonesian academics consider religious and mythic allusion in Blake’s poetry
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In this paper three writers from Mulawarman University explore Blake's Songs of Innocence and of Experience
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.
Sweet Roaming: William Blake and the Fugs
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Among the very first popular musical settings of Blake's music were those by The Fugs in the 1960s.
How Much Did Jim Morrison Know about William Blake?
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Everyone knows the Doors are named for the doors of perception – but that phrase comes from Aldous Huxley's book on hallucinogens as well as from Blake's Marriage of Heaven and Hell.
New publication by Dalia di Prima explores Blake’s themes of creation
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A new paper from the Faculty of Letters at Vasile Alecsandri University of Bacău in Romania explores how creation is presented in Blake's works.
Proceeds of conference at Ningbo City, China, includes article on Social Reality in Blake’s poetry
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The proceeds of the 2022 International Conference on Culture, Education, Psychology and Communications (CEPC 2022) include a paper by Yilin Wang on "The Revelation of Social Reality in the Poetry of William Blake"