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Blake, Politics, and History.

By: DiSalvo, Jackie.
Contributor(s): Rosso, G. A | Hobson, Christopher Z.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Routledge Library Editions: William Blake: Publisher: : Taylor and Francis, 2015Description: 1 online resource (470 p.).ISBN: 9781317381389.Subject(s): Blake, William, 1757-1827 -- Political and social views | Literature and history -- Great Britain -- History | Literature and society -- Great Britain -- History | Political poetry, English -- History and criticism | Politics and literature -- Great Britain -- History -- 18th century | Politics and literature -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century | Social problems in literatureGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Blake, Politics, and HistoryDDC classification: 821.7 | 821/.7 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Original Title Page -- Original Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- Figures -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Abbreviations and Short Titles -- Part I -- Blake and the Question of Revolution -- 1. The Myth of Blake's "Orc Cycle" -- 2. Blake's Bible of Hell: Prophecy as Political Program -- 3. The Anxiety of Production: Blake's Shift from Collective Hope to Writing Self -- 4. William Blake's Figural Politics -- Blake and the Underground
5. "The Doom of Tyrants": William Blake, Richard "Citizen" Lee, and the Millenarian Public Sphere -- 6. Blake's Tiriel and the Regency Crisis: Lifting the Veil on a Royal Masonic Scandal -- Laboring Into Futurity: A Response -- Part II -- Art and Politics -- 7. "Lovers of Wild Rebellion": The Image of Satan in British Art of the Revolutionary Era -- 8. The Mob and "Mrs Q": William Blake, William Benbow, and the Context of Regency Radicalism -- "The French Revolution," "America" and "Europe"
9. Politics and Desire in Blake's The French Revolution -- 10. "The Lion & Wolf shall cease": Blake's America as a Critique of Counter-Revolutionary Violence -- 11. The Finite Revolutions of Europe -- 12. Re-Framing the Moment of Creation: Blake's Re-Visions of the Frontispiece and Title Page to Europe -- Part III -- Blake, Empire and Slavery -- 13. Empire of the Sea: Blake's "King Edward the Third" and English Imperial Poetry
14. Revolted Negroes and the Devilish Principle: William Blake and Conflicting Visions of Boni's Wars in Surinam, 1772-1796 -- Blake and Women -- 15. Albion and the Sexual Machine: Blake, Gender and Politics, 1780-1795 -- 16. Transfigured Maternity in Blake's Songs of Innocence: Inverting the "Maternity Plot" in "A Dream" -- 17. Maenads, Young Ladies, and the Lovely Daughters of Albion -- Blake, Gender and Imperial Ideology: A Response -- Works Cited -- Contributors -- Index
Summary: First published in 1998, this book formed part of an ongoing effort to restore politics and history to the centre of Blake studies. It adopts a three pronged approach when presenting its essays, seeking to promote a return to the political Blake; to deepen the understanding of some of the conversations articulated in Blake's art by introducing new, historical material or new interpretations of texts; and to highlight differing perspectives on Blake's politics among historically focused critics. The collection contains essays with varying methodological assumptions and differing positions on questions central to historicist Blake scholarship.
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Original Title Page -- Original Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- Figures -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Abbreviations and Short Titles -- Part I -- Blake and the Question of Revolution -- 1. The Myth of Blake's "Orc Cycle" -- 2. Blake's Bible of Hell: Prophecy as Political Program -- 3. The Anxiety of Production: Blake's Shift from Collective Hope to Writing Self -- 4. William Blake's Figural Politics -- Blake and the Underground

5. "The Doom of Tyrants": William Blake, Richard "Citizen" Lee, and the Millenarian Public Sphere -- 6. Blake's Tiriel and the Regency Crisis: Lifting the Veil on a Royal Masonic Scandal -- Laboring Into Futurity: A Response -- Part II -- Art and Politics -- 7. "Lovers of Wild Rebellion": The Image of Satan in British Art of the Revolutionary Era -- 8. The Mob and "Mrs Q": William Blake, William Benbow, and the Context of Regency Radicalism -- "The French Revolution," "America" and "Europe"

9. Politics and Desire in Blake's The French Revolution -- 10. "The Lion & Wolf shall cease": Blake's America as a Critique of Counter-Revolutionary Violence -- 11. The Finite Revolutions of Europe -- 12. Re-Framing the Moment of Creation: Blake's Re-Visions of the Frontispiece and Title Page to Europe -- Part III -- Blake, Empire and Slavery -- 13. Empire of the Sea: Blake's "King Edward the Third" and English Imperial Poetry

14. Revolted Negroes and the Devilish Principle: William Blake and Conflicting Visions of Boni's Wars in Surinam, 1772-1796 -- Blake and Women -- 15. Albion and the Sexual Machine: Blake, Gender and Politics, 1780-1795 -- 16. Transfigured Maternity in Blake's Songs of Innocence: Inverting the "Maternity Plot" in "A Dream" -- 17. Maenads, Young Ladies, and the Lovely Daughters of Albion -- Blake, Gender and Imperial Ideology: A Response -- Works Cited -- Contributors -- Index

First published in 1998, this book formed part of an ongoing effort to restore politics and history to the centre of Blake studies. It adopts a three pronged approach when presenting its essays, seeking to promote a return to the political Blake; to deepen the understanding of some of the conversations articulated in Blake's art by introducing new, historical material or new interpretations of texts; and to highlight differing perspectives on Blake's politics among historically focused critics. The collection contains essays with varying methodological assumptions and differing positions on questions central to historicist Blake scholarship.

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