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Book by Delany, Martin Robison
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Jerome McGann is University Professor and John Stewart Bryan Professor of English at the University of Virginia.Review:
This version of Blake is without any doubt an edition to be welcomed, and will be cited as the principal text in the foreseeable future. (Eric Sundquist, Johns Hopkins University)
Martin Delany’s Blake is a fascinating novel. I’ve been waiting for a long while for a reliable edition, and Jerome McGann has produced it. (Robert Levine, University of Maryland)
An American literary classic most Americans have never heard of...The actual novel itself is unapologetically didactic, its characters mainly acting as mouthpieces for the author’s polemics―but those polemics possess a startling directness that makes a 21st-century reading of this fully-restored Blake as arresting as its original readers must have found it. (Steve Donoghue Christian Science Monitor 2017-02-20)
McGann has done a painstaking job of recovering the work, providing scrupulous editing, an excellent introduction, and copious notes that will undoubtedly draw added critical attention to the novel...Largely owing to its historical significance, this edition will be of most interest to scholars. (L. J. Parascandola Library Journal 2017-02-15)
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Book Description Beacon Press. Hardcover. Condition: New. 0807064181 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW99.1434811
Book Description Beacon Press, 1970. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110807064181