Blake’s Night Thoughts

  • Authors
  • Jeremy Tambling

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Jeremy Tambling
    Pages 1-16
  3. Jeremy Tambling
    Pages 17-43
  4. Jeremy Tambling
    Pages 44-70
  5. Jeremy Tambling
    Pages 71-96
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    Pages 97-123
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    Pages 124-148
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    Pages 149-173
  9. Back Matter
    Pages 174-202

About this book


Blake's Night Thoughts discusses Blake as a poet and artist of night, considering night through graveyard poetry and Young in the eighteenth-century, urbanism in the nineteenth and Levinas and Blanchot's writings in the twentieth. Taking 'night' as the breakdown of rational progressive thought and of thought based on concepts of identity, the book reads the lyric poetry, some Prophetic works, including a chapter on The Four Zoas , the illustrations to Young, and Dante, and look's at Blake's writing of madness.


lyric poet poetry William Blake

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