William Blake and the Moderns

William Blake and the Moderns


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ISBN-13: 9780873956161
Publisher: State University of New York Press
Publication date: 09/01/1982
Pages: 294
Product dimensions: 5.80(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Robert J. Bertholf is Curator, The Poetry/Rare Books Collection, the State University of New York at Buffalo. He is editor of Robert Duncan: Scales of the Marvelous, a collection of essays, and the author of Robert Duncan: A Descriptive Bibliography.

Annette S. Levitt has taught at Pennsylvania State and Temple universities, and has published articles and reviews on John Milton, William Blake, Joyce Cary, Garcia Lorca, and Roger Vitrac.

Table of Contents

Introduction: The Tradition of Enacted Forms



The Seven Eyes of Yeats
Hazard Adams

Blake, Whitman, Crane: The Hand of Fire
Donald Pease

Blake, Eliot, and Williams: The Continuity of Imaginative Labor
Leroy Searle

Blake and Roethke: When Everything Comes to One
Jay Parini

Robert Duncan: Blake's Contemporary Voice
Robert J. Bertholf

Blake, Ginsberg, Madness, and the Prophet as Shaman
Alicia Ostriker


Joyce's Blake: Paths of Influence
Robert F. Gleckner

Why the Sons of God Want the Daughters of Men: On William Blake and D.H. Lawrence
Myra Glazer

"The Mental Traveller" in The Horse's Mouth: New Light on the Old Cycle
Annette S. Levitt

A Fourfold Vision: William Blake and Doris Lessing
Susan Levin


The Humanized Universe of Blake and Marx
Minna Doskow

Blake, Teilhard, and the Idea of the Future of Man
Eileen Sanzo

William Blake and the Problematic of the Self
William Dennis Horn

Notes on Contributors


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