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Blake, nationalism, and the politics of alienation

Julia M. Wright

Blake, nationalism, and the politics of alienation

by Julia M. Wright

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Published by Ohio University Press in Athens, OH .
Written in English


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StatementJulia M. Wright.
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Paginationxxxiii, 230 p. :
Number of Pages230
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Open LibraryOL22573009M
ISBN 100821415190

Doc Yoder’s CV. R. Paul Yoder. Professor Emeritus of English. Nationalism, and the Politics of Alienation. (Athens, OH: Ohio UP, ). A Guide to the Books of William Blake for Innocent and Experienced Readers (Gerrards Cross, . Julia M. Wright's Blake, Nationalism, and the Politics of Alienation is a well-researched study that situates Blake in the political struggle to define an English (or sometimes British) national identity. Wright is less concerned with "Blake's ideology" per se than with "the formal and rhetorical strategies with which he sought to propagate that ideology," and so she limits her discussion, .

She is the author of Blake, Nationalism, and the Politics of Alienation () and Ireland, India and Nationalism in Nineteenth-Century Literature (), and the editor of Irish Literature. Much of this material has been covered elsewhere, as in the case of Laocoön, for example, which has been admirably discussed recently by both Paley in The Traveller in the Evening and Julia Wright in Blake, Nationalism, and the Politics of Alienation (Ohio University Press, ). What Adams brings to the table is his own slant based on.

Blake, nationalism, and the politics of alienation () William Blake () William Blake's comic vision () The wond Books and prints by William Blake from the collection formed by the late Frank Rinder () Between Blake and Nietzsche (). She is the author of Blake, Nationalism, and the Politics of Alienation () and Ireland, India and Nationalism in Nineteenth-Century Literature (), and the editor of Irish Literature, – An Anthology (Wiley-Blackwell, ).Author: Julia M. Wright.


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Professor Wright then turns to Europe, America, and Visions of the Daughters of Albion, focusing on Blake’s portrayals of particular characters’ alienation. Beginning with a discussion of the priority of national narrative in late-eighteenth-century art theory and antiquarianism, "Blake, Nationalism, and the Politics of Alienation" traces its relevance in Blake s printed works, from The Poetical Sketches and the Lambeth Prophecies to The Laocoon.4/5(1).

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