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Blake is the definitive conception of the Romantic artist. 

He valued imagination above all else, describing it not as 

"a state" but as the essence of "human existence itself." 

As his work ‘The Ancient of Days’ implies, Blake 

disdained attempts to rationally curtail or control the 

power of imagination, working to bring about a 

change both in the social order and in the minds of men. 


Published by Sub Rosa Publishing

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Trim Size: 6 x 9 in

Page Count: 90

The Art & Poetry of William Blake

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