William Blake: His Philosophy and Symbols

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2006 - Philosophy in literature - 508 pages
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Encyclopedia Brunoniana | Damon, Samuel Foster
Two years earlier, his book, William Blake, His Philosophy and Symbols, had been published and reviewed by Richard Le Gallienne, who noted that Damon, ...
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Studies in William Blake: Blake's Life and Art
... Blake's symbols and philosophy remain steadfast (For more on Blake's mythological scheme see Damon's William Blake: His Philosophy and Symbols and his A ...
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JSTOR: William Blake: An Introduction to the Man and His Work
S. Foster Damon's William Blake his Philosophy and Symbols (1924), rightly des- cribed by Lister in his bibliography as a classic, marked the beginning of ...
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BIBLIOGRAPHY
William Blake: His Philosophy and Symbols. [Gloucester, Mass.: Peter Smith, 1958.] Damrosch, Leopold, Jr. - Symbol and Truth in Blake's Myth. ...
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"To Tirzah"
In his William Blake: His Philosophy and Symbols, S. Foster Damon suggests that Blake's later works identify "Tirzah" as the "chaste woman" who traps Man. ...
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"The Shepherd"
S. Foster Damon in William Blake: His Philosophy and Symbols: "To most of us this poem needs no comment." Damon quotes ej Ellis, who in a Facsimile of Songs ...
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…rudit | RON n41-42 2006 : Eaves : Crafting Editorial Settlements
The picture-commentaries associated with chapters in S. Foster Damonís William Blake: His Philosophy and Symbols, 1924, reflected the Victorian, ...
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Frye's geometry of thought
In his pioneering book, William Blake: His Philosophy and Symbols (1924),. S. Foster Damon expanded Blake=s zoa diagram into a table (433). Taking ...
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a new heaven is begun With this remarkable statement, William ...
as first suggested by S. Foster Damon, William Blake: His Philosophy and Symbols. (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, ), p. . ...
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