Table of contents for Blake, modernity, and popular culture / edited by Steven Clark and Jason Whittaker.


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Acknowledgements * Notes on Contributors * Abbreviations * Introduction: Blake, Modernity and Popular Culture--S.Clark & J.Whittaker * Popular Millenarianism and Empire in Blake's Night Thoughts--G.A.Rosso * Blake in Theatreland: Fountain Court and its Environs--D.Worrall * Emanations and Negations of Blake in Victorian Art Criticism--C.Trodd * 'Esoteric Blakists' and the 'weak brethren': How Blake Lovers Kept the Popular Out--S.Dent * Blake: Between Romanticism and Modernism--E.Larrissy * 'There is no Competition': Eliot on Blake, Blake in Eliot--S.Clark * Children of Albion: Blake and Contemporary British Poetry--J.Keery * Queer Bedfellows: William Blake and Derek Jarman--M.Douglas * 'This Angel, who is now a Devil, is my particular Friend': Diabolic Friendships and Oppositional Interrogation in Blake and Rushdie--M.Green * Friendly Enemies: A Dialogical Encounter Between William Blake and Angela Carter--C.Ranger * Blake Beyond Postmodernity--M.Lussier * What Is It Like To Be a Blake? Psychiatry, Drugs and the Doors of Perception--W.Glausser * The Silence of the Lamb and the Tyger: Harris and Blake, Good and Evil--M.Gompf * From Hell: Blake and Evil in Popular Culture--J.Whittaker * Fit Audience Tho Many: Pullman's Blake and the Anxiety of Popularity--S.Matthews * Bibliography * Index
Acknowledgements * Notes on Contributors * Abbreviations * Introduction: Blake, Modernity and Popular Culture--S.Clark & J.Whittaker * Popular Millenarianism and Empire in Blake's Night Thoughts--G.A.Rosso * Blake in Theatreland: Fountain Court and its Environs--D.Worrall * Emanations and Negations of Blake in Victorian Art Criticism--C.Trodd * 'Esoteric Blakists' and the 'weak brethren': How Blake Lovers Kept the Popular Out--S.Dent * Blake: Between Romanticism and Modernism--E.Larrissy * 'There is no Competition': Eliot on Blake, Blake in Eliot--S.Clark * Children of Albion: Blake and Contemporary British Poetry--J.Keery * Queer Bedfellows: William Blake and Derek Jarman--M.Douglas * 'This Angel, who is now a Devil, is my particular Friend': Diabolic Friendships and Oppositional Interrogation in Blake and Rushdie--M.Green * Friendly Enemies: A Dialogical Encounter Between William Blake and Angela Carter--C.Ranger * Blake Beyond Postmodernity--M.Lussier * What Is It Like To Be a Blake? Psychiatry, Drugs and the Doors of Perception--W.Glausser * The Silence of the Lamb and the Tyger: Harris and Blake, Good and Evil--M.Gompf * From Hell: Blake and Evil in Popular Culture--J.Whittaker * Fit Audience Tho Many: Pullman's Blake and the Anxiety of Popularity--S.Matthews * Bibliography * Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Blake, William, -- 1757-1827 -- Influence.
Blake, William, -- 1757-1827 -- Appreciation.
Modernism (Literature)
Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)
Popular culture -- History -- 20th century.
Popular culture -- History -- 19th century.
Blake, William, -- 1757-1827 -- knowledge -- Popular culture.
Popular culture -- Great Britain -- History -- 18th century.
Popular culture -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century.