Gilchrist On Blake: The Life Of William Blake by Alexander Gilchrist

By: Holmes, Richard

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Gilchrist On Blake: The Life Of William Blake by Alexander Gilchrist by Holmes, Richard
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HarperPerennial: HarperCollins Publishers, 2006. LIVES THAT NEVER GROW OLD A radical new series &ndash; edited by Richard Holmes &ndash; that recovers the great classical tradition of English biography. Every book is a biographical masterpiece, still thrilling to read and vividly alive. This was the first biography of William Blake ever written, at a time when the great visionary poet and painter was generally forgotten, ridiculed or dismissed as insane. Wonderfully vivid and outspoken (one chapter is entitled &lsquo;Mad or Not Mad&rsquo;), it was based on revealing interviews with many of Blake&rsquo;s surviving friends. Blake conversed with spirits, saw angels in trees, and sunbathed naked with his wife &lsquo;like Adam and Eve&rsquo;. Gilchrist adds detailed descriptions of Blake&rsquo;s beliefs and working methods, an account of his trial for high treason and fascinating evocations of the places in London, Kent and Sussex where he lived. The book transformed Blake&rsquo;s reputation. &bull; A unique high&ndash;profile opportunity to establish an authoritative, classic tradition of biography, relevant to both the general and academic markets. &bull; A distinctive and collectable series design will build up both brand recognition and visibility. &bull; This project, similar to the recent re&ndash;publication of Pepys, reinforces HarperCollins's reputation as the pre&ndash;eminent non&ndash;fiction publisher.<p>. Paperback. New.

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