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Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIII, NO. 24 JUNE 17, 1970 THE QUESTION OF IDENTITY THAT the energies behind the modern ... ew, until after the 1927 centenary of the death of William Blake, marked by publication of his entire works i ... e appeared since 1997. Bronowski wrote one of them—William Blake and the Age of Revolution (1943)—and he refe ... ook, the paper was made to match the paper used by Blake, and in both volumes six- and eight-color lithograp ... on be available in a low-cost edition ($7.95), and William Blake is $15.00 One who turns the pages of these b ... - [detail] - [similar]
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVII, NO. 52 DECEMBER 25, 1974 THE CONTEXT OF LIFE A BRIEF report in Audubon for Septemb ... rts, he means the arts as practiced by such men as Blake, who made temporal celebrations of eternal things. ... What were poetry, painting, music to Blake? For Blake, Dixon says, they disclosed a depth and mystery in ... pirations and affections of mankind. They were, in William Blake's own charming phrase, "three powers in man ... ophic reform—the man who speaks in the language of Blake, of Tolstoy, of Buddha, or Socrates—is at a serious ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXXI, NO. 36 SEPTEMBER 6, 1978 SIGNS AND THINKING WHO has the right to put up signs? Obvi ... eprint September 6, 1978 6 REVIEW THE RESOURCES OF WILLIAM BLAKE KATHLEEN RAINE'S Blake and Antiquity (a Boll ... in form and invitation that one's love affair with William Blake may begin in childhood and last to the end o ... olic figures of the divine power in cosmos itself. Blake, who considered Paracelsus as great as Shakespeare, ... spirit which she captures and encloses in a body. Blake, Kathleen Raine says, has long been regarded as "an ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXVII, NO. 6 FEBRUARY 6, 1974 IN PLACE OF POWER TWO observations in recent issues of MANA ... 6, 1974 6 REVIEW BLAKE: A SHORT APPRECIATION WHEN William Blake reached his late thirties, he had a mixed re ... ding. One such writer is Foster Damon, whose book, William Blake—His Philosophy and Symbols, issued by Hought ... e is involved—was not Blake's meaning of the term. Blake, Damon says, "believed that true Prophets were simp ... me manner defined by Plato. One can read enough of Blake, and in books like this one and Kathleen Raine's Bl ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXI, NO. 40 OCTOBER 2, 1968 THE SHY DIGNITIES THE most exquisite experiences—and sometime ... he birth of all evil? REVIEW THE COMPLEAT HAERETIC WILLIAM BLAKE was a man of whom we might say that he accep ... this desperate and inconclusive struggle lies, for Blake, in a vision of the radical unity behind all the as ... his true nature. All these things take place, for Blake, within man. The vast panorama of the universe and ... lf-fulfillment. COMMENTARY THE GARMENT AND THE MAN WILLIAM BLAKE (see Review] was at odds with his time, as s ... - [detail] - [similar]
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXV, NO. 46 NOVEMBER 17, 1982 SAMPLES OF SOMETHING BETTER IN Simone Weil's essay on the ... Goddard tells of something that happened, to or in Blake, when he was eight or nine years old. He came home ... as known more about the soul than Dostoevsky it is William Blake. Among modern occidentals Blake was the Colu ... oddard says toward the end of his essay: I believe William Blake was one of the wisest men who ever lived. I ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME IX, NO. 19 MAY 9, 1956 THE PRICE OF FREEDOM THE sense of being precariously balanced in t ... f the war on reason to which we heartily subscribe—William Blake's war, which was against the confinement of ... n of the artist. In an unusual pamphlet devoted to William Blake (Pendle Hill Pamphlet No. 86, 35 cents), Har ... mes the rationalizing principle, and, according to Blake, the Prince of Darkness. Mr. Goddard explains: Now ... ging little boys to their reason, to their senses. Blake, like other masters of the poetic imagination, had ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XL, NO. 50 DECEMBER 16, 1987 MUSINGS ON THINKING FOR answer to the question, "How do we t ... he thinking that led to the extraordinary works of William Blake. The best brief appreciation of Blake that w ... in his own spirit. "Enthusiastic Admiration," says Blake, "is the first Principle of Knowledge and its last. ... y acceptable. But then, on the other hand, what if Blake, and a very few others, are pioneers in an evolutio ... while he was living at Felpham and enjoying under William Hayley the patronage that promised him his first s ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 16 APRIL 18, 1984 THE WILL TO BE ONESELF SHOULD democracy prevail in the sele ... knowledge; but in 1893, in his Romanes address, as William McDougall remarks in The Riddle of Life, Huxley "r ... y being in the world? This is a spiritual inquiry. William Blake, who lived half a century earlier (1757-1827 ... For he could see, and why not others? Thoreau and Blake, or Blake and Thoreau— Goddard found parallel after ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 51 DECEMBER 21, 1983 SOCIETY BY DESIGN II IT sounds strange to talk of honest ... most enlightened form, is the purest of altruism?" WILLIAM S. COPERTHWAITE The Yurt Foundation Bucks Harbor M ... ine 04618 MANAS Reprint December 21, 1983 6 REVIEW BLAKE, WAR, AND REVENGE IT would be difficult to find a b ... hor Books, 1974), 0f 416 pages, presenting "All of William Blake's illuminated works with a plate-by-plate co ... mmentary." Erdman is soaked in Blake, feels free to wonder about his intentions, and exe ... - [detail] - [similar]
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