William Blake and Visual Culture
A special issue of ImageTexT edited by Roger Whitson and Donald Ault
|[essay] Minute Particulars and Quantum Atoms: The Invisible, the Indivisible, and the Visualizable in William Blake and in Niels Bohr||Arkady Plotnitsky|
|[essay] Wordsworth Illustrates Blake ("All light is mute amid the gloom")||Nelson Hilton|
|[essay] William Blake and the Novel Space of Revolution||Ron Broglio|
|[essay] Blake's Lines: Seven Digressions Through Time and Space||Esther Leslie|
|[essay] Panelling Parallax: The Fearful Symmetry of Alan Moore and William Blake||Roger Whitson|
|[essay] Re-Visioning William Blake's The Four Zoas||Donald Ault|
|[installation] William Blake: On the Infinite Plane||Matthew Ritchie|
|[interview] Engraving the Void and Sketching Parallel Worlds: An Interview with Bryan Talbot||Roger Whitson interviews Bryan Talbot|
|[collage] Tygers of Wrath||John Coulthart|
|[comic] Mr. Blake's Company||Joel Priddy|
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