Madness 😡 and ➕ Blakes Myth👓 Paul Youngquist
Madness 😡 and ➕ Blakes Myth
✅ This book 📚️ offers the first 🥇 systematic study of madness 😡 and ➕ its significance for the poetry of William Blake. Blakes reputation as an artist 👨🎨 was long clouded ☁️ by suspicions of madness 😡. Although the great victory ✌️ of his 👤👨⬅️ modern critics has been to 👀 see 👤👨⬅️ his ⚙️ work clearly, unobstructed b this prejudice, criticism now runs 🏃♂️ the risk of vindicating Blake the poet at the expense of understanding certain elements of his 👤👨⬅️ poetry. In Madness 😡 and ➕ Blakes Myth, Paul Youngquist argues that, in its thematic content and ➕ dramatic method, Blakes myth is about madness 😡. From the early lyrics to the late epic-prophecies, Blake repeatedly 🔁 dramatizes the dissociation of a unified mind in a manner that comes ⤵️ increasingly to resemble the major symptoms of mental illness 🤒. Drawing 🖌️ upon recent clinical and ➕ philosophical inquiries, Youngquist shows how Blake makes 🛠️ poetry out of mental suffering; madness 😡 comes ⤵️ to operate in his 👤👨⬅️ myth as a metaphor for the Fall. For all its literary sophistication, however, Blakes mythology serves specific psychological needs, acquiring a therapeutic function for Blake personally 🧑 as a defense against the madness 😡 it dramatizes. Madness 😡 and ➕ Blakes Myth is a challenging reexamination of both a sophisticated literary achievement and ➕ the mind that conceived it.Paul Youngquist is Assistant Professor 👨🏫 of English 🏴 at The Pennsylvania University.
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