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Literary Criticism. An important addition to alternative criticism of William Blake, this compelling work will be essential to Blake's contemporary readers. "...THE DIALECTIC OF VISION: A CONTRARY READING OF BLAKE'S JERUSALEM completes a trilogy of books, published by Station Hill Press and now by Station Hill Arts/ Barrytown, Ltd., on Blake's final prophetic works. The series includes Mark Bracher's BEING FORM'D: THINKING THROUGH BLAKE'S MILTON (1985) and Donald Ault's RE-VISIONING WILLIAM BLAKE'S THE FOUR ZOAS (1987). "THE DIALECTIC OF VISON -- by far the most radical of these three works, [is] certainly one of the most unorthodox books ever written on Blake ..." - Donald Ault. "In brief, Dortort has written the only book that does justice to the ultimate poem of Blake's career, giving us new tools for Blakean and general scholarship in the process. - Molly Anne Rothenberg, Toulane Univjersity, author of RETHINKING BLAKE'S TEXTUALITY. Includes 14 black and white plates.

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