Famously, Blake believed that 'without contraries' there could be no 'progression'. Conflict was integral to his artistic vision, and his style, but it had more to do with critical engagement than any urge to victory. The essays in this volume look at conflict as it marked Blake's thinking on politics, religion and the visual arts.
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Author Biography - Sarah Haggarty
LUISA CALE is Lecturer in the School of English and Humanities at Birkbeck, University of London, UK MARK CROSBY teaches at Oxford and Durham, UK SIBYLLE ERLE is Visiting Junior Research Fellow, University of London, UK, and Senior Lecturer in English, Bishop Grosseteste University College, Lincoln, UK DAVID FALLON is a Research Assistant at Warwick University, UK SAREE MAKDISI is Professor of English and Comparative Literature at UCLA, USA SUSAN MATTHEWS is Senior Lecturer in English at Roehampton University, UK MORTON D. PALEY is Emeritus Professor of English at University of California, Berkeley, USA ANGUS WHITEHEAD is an Assistant Professor at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore DAVID WORRALL is Professor of English and Research Leader in English at Nottingham Trent University, UK