Understanding the Poetry of William Blake Through a Dialectic of Contraries: A Study of the Philosophical Contexts within Which Blake Developed His Id

Understanding the Poetry of William Blake Through a Dialectic of Contraries: A Study of the Philosophical Contexts within Which Blake Developed His Id

By: Chris Mounsey (author)Hardback

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1. Contrary metaphysics; 2. Contraries: the eager uptake of neo-Platonic philosophy; 3. Neo-Platonism rejected; 4. They reptilise upon the Earth: the limits of the political; 5. Blake's contrary religion: from Vala to The Four Zoas; 6. Two early versions of Night the First of The Four Zoas; 7. The "final" version of Night the First of The Four Zoas; 8. The "fair copy" of The Four Zoas; 9. The two Nights the Seventh of The Four Zoas; 10. Nights the Eighth and Ninth of The Four Zoas: an unholy apocalypse; 11. Milton, Milton and making poetry; 12. Jerusalem.

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  • ISBN13: 9780773416055
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 368
  • ID: 9780773416055
  • ISBN10: 0773416056

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