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A Blake dictionary : the ideas and symbols of William Blake

By: Damon, S. Foster
Contributor(s): Eaves, Morris
Material type: TextTextHanover, NH Published for Brown University Press by University Press of New England c1988Edition: Rev. edDescription: xxviii, 532p.; ill. (xii p. of plates); bibliog; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0874514363Subject(s): Blake, William, 1757-1827 | Criticism, interpretation, etc | Symbolism in literatureLOC classification: PR4146 .A24 1988
Contents:
Foreword - Blake as conceived: lessons in endurance - Morris Eaves. Introduction. A Blake dictionary. Illustrations by Blake and maps
Abstract: 'Damon's work is that of a great humanist who has not only made a patient, precise, and scholarly exploration of the vast complex of Blake's symbolism but also has a deep and sympathetic understanding of his teaching and its meaning for the modern reader.'
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New foreword, annotated bibliography, and index by Morris Eaves.

Foreword - Blake as conceived: lessons in endurance - Morris Eaves. Introduction. A Blake dictionary. Illustrations by Blake and maps

'Damon's work is that of a great humanist who has not only made a patient, precise, and scholarly exploration of the vast complex of Blake's symbolism but also has a deep and sympathetic understanding of his teaching and its meaning for the modern reader.'

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