Blake and the Methodists by M. Farrell

By M. Farrell

Exploring the paintings of William Blake in the context of Methodism – the biggest 'dissenting' non secular team in the course of his lifetime – this booklet contributes to ongoing severe debates surrounding Blake's non secular affinities by way of suggesting that, opposite to past pondering, Blake held sympathies with yes facets of Methodism.

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