Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1970. Hardcover. G+ (Ex-art library, with plastic spine label, i.d. marks on book block edges and outermost pages, incl. rear pocket; of average age overall inside; last 10 pp. have soil mark in margin that does not touch illus.). Light turquoise cloth, brown title block on spine, light blue illus. dust jacket; 476 pp., 113 BW plates, 8 color plates. A collection of 20 scholarly essays on this topic, relevant to the work of English poet and painter William Blake (1757-1827). "The essays presented here demonstrate this new ability to read Blake's pictorial language -- to understand its hieroglyphics, follow its choreography, analyze its mental drama. Twenty scholars collaborate to explore the nature of Blake's mixed art and the energetic interaction of text and design." (dj) Includes more than 100 examples of artwork.
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