By S. Foster Damon
William Blake, poet, artist, and mystic, created an enormous multidimensional universe via his verse and paintings. Spun from a cloth of symbolism and populated by means of a number of advanced characters, Blake's finished international has supplied never-ending concept to next generations. For the reader of Blake, history wisdom of his symbolism is a need. during this quantity, first released in 1965, S. Foster Damon, father of contemporary Blake reviews and a professor at Brown collage till his demise, has assembled all references to specific symbols or facets of Blake's paintings and lifestyles, in order that readers can see the total spectrum of Blake's inspiration on a number of themes.
For this variation of S. Foster Damon's vintage reference paintings, Morris Eaves has written an up-to-date annotated bibliography and a brand new foreword, integrated right here together with his unique 1988 index.
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