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Traces the evolution of hebraic etymologies and mystical grammars as indicators of a profound shift in Blake's subjective consciousness from the earliest prose tracts, worked on before 1790, to the last years of his life, when he was still completing 'Jerusalem'.
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Sheila A. Spector has devoted her scholarly career to studying the intersection between English Literature and Judaica. Since receiving the Ph.D. in British Literature from the University of Maryland, she has concentrated on the manifestation of Kabbalism in the visual and verbal art of Blake. She published Jewish Mysticism: An Annotated Bibliography of the Kabbalah in English, the only comprehensive bibliography of English-language materials dealing with Kabbalism, as well as numerous scholarly essays on Blake's use of Judaic materials, in publications that include Blake, An Illustrated Quaterly, Philological Quaterly, and Religion and Literature, as well as David V. Erdman's anthology, Blake and His Bibles. She also served as consultant for the film William Blake, part of the film series Pioneers of the Spirit, produced by Trinity Television in 1998.
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Book Description Bucknell Univ Pr, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0838754694
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # STR-0838754694