300px-Anti-capitalism_colorI’ve recently uploaded the conference paper “The Fortunes of Romantic Anti-Capitalism in William Blake’s Thel and Oothoon” to Text-Identity-Subjectivity. It considers the relationships between capitalism, Romanticism, and gender in Blake’s mythological characters Thel and Oothoon.

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4 thoughts on “The Fortunes of Romantic Anti-Capitalism in William Blake’s Thel and Oothoon

  1. I thoroughly enjoyed your paper Blake’s Aesthetic Theology. Your arguments were sound and I was pleased at your conclusion. I’m afraid I am not intelligent enough to comment any farther and will take my seat at the back of the class. πŸ™‚

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    1. Ha… that’s the problem with posting your scholarship to a blog. Too much like school. Glad you liked it, though. Encourage your library to order my book πŸ™‚

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      1. I have a new found respect for school and learning. I will suggest Blake and Kierkegaard: Creation and Anxiety to the local library but they will probably ask me to donate it.

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