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Clark, Steve

Blake, Modernity and Popular Culture

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Blake, Modernity and Popular Culture
Steve Clark, Jason Whittaker

2. Popular Millenarianism and Empire in Blake’s Night Thoughts
G. A. Rosso

3. Blake in Theatreland: Fountain Court and its Environs
David Worrall

4. Emanations and Negations of Blake in Victorian Art Criticism
Colin Trodd

5. ‘Esoteric Blakists’ and the ‘Weak Brethren’: How Blake Lovers Kept the Popular out
Shirley Dent

6. Blake: Between Romanticism and Modernism
Edward Larrissy

7. ‘There is no Competition’: Eliot on Blake, Blake in Eliot
Steve Clark

8. Children of Albion: Blake and Contemporary British Poetry
James Keery

9. Queer Bedfellows: William Blake and Derek Jarman
Mark Douglas

10. ‘This Angel, who is now become a Devil, is my particular Friend’: Diabolic Friendships and Oppositional Interrogation in Blake and Rushdie
Matt Green

11. Friendly Enemies: A Dialogical Encounter between William Blake and Angela Carter
Christopher Ranger

12. Blake beyond Postmodernity
Mark Lussier

13. What is it Like to be a Blake? Psychiatry, Drugs and the Doors of Perception
Wayne Glausser

14. The Silence of the Lamb and the Tyger: Harris and Blake, Good and Evil
Michelle Gompf

15. From Hell: Blake and Evil in Popular Culture
Jason Whittaker

16. Fit Audience Tho Many: Pullman’s Blake and the Anxiety of Popularity
Susan Matthews

Keywords: Cultural and Media Studies, Regional and Cultural Studies, Literature, general, Literary History, Twentieth-Century Literature, Poetry and Poetics, Early Modern/Renaissance Literature

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2007
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
250 pages
Category
Art, Art History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230210776
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-28407-8

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