Table of contents for The Cambridge companion to William Blake / edited by Morris Eaves.


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Chronology
1. Introduction Morris Eaves
Part I. Perspectives: 2. William Blake and his circle Aileen Ward
3. Illuminated printing Joseph Viscomi
4. Blake's language Susan Wolfson
5. Blake as painter  David Bindman
6. The political aesthetic of the illuminated books Saree Makdisi
7. Blake and religion Robert Ryan
8. Blake's politics in history Jon Mee
9. Blake and Romanticism David Simpson
Part II. Blake's Works: 10. Blake's early works Nelson Hilton
11. From America to The Four Zoas Andrew Lincoln
12. Milton and its contexts, 1800-1810 Mary Lynn Johnson
13. Jerusalem and Blake's final works Robert N. Essick
Appendices
Guides to Further Reading
Glossary of terms, names, and concepts.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Blake, William, 1757-1827 Criticism and interpretation Handbooks, manuals, etc