The Dialectic of Vision: A Contrary Reading of William Blake's Jerusalem, Fred Dortort

The Dialectic of Vision: A Contrary Reading of William Blake's Jerusalem

Fred Dortort

Publisher: Station Hill Press of Barrytown
PubDate: 11/1/1998
ISBN: 9781886449497
Binding: PAPERBACK
Price: $24.95
Quantity Available: 9
Pages: 468
SKU #: B10E
 

Literary Criticism. This meticulous, close reading of the entire of William Blake's great prophetic poem Jerusalem challenges almost every extant critical assumption about this poem, from the function of the figures Los and Entitharmon to the belief that in Jerusalem Blake is finally reconciled with Christianity. In the face of decades of continuing efforts to domesticate and normalize Blake's poetry, THE DIALECTIC OF VISION seeks to reaffirm, in the strongest possible terms—its spirit, as well as its uniquely organized coherence and astonishing relevance for our time.

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