Blake’s Aesthetic Theology

My latest addition to Text-Identity-Subjectivity: Blake’s Aesthetic Theology.

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The Fortunes of Romantic Anti-Capitalism in William Blake’s Thel and Oothoon

I’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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Picturing Language and the Language of Pictures in Blake’s Illustrations for Dante’s Divine Comedy

“Picturing Language and the Language of Pictures in Blake’s Illustrations for Dante’s Divine Comedy” is my first link in my Scalar e-Book Text, Identity, Subjectivity.  The site is growing daily.    

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Introduction. . .

Food and Drink and Fatherhood is James Rovira’s personal blog, a central location for his publications, projects, interests, and observations.  He has two other blogs devoted to his book projects, Blake and Kierkegaard: Creation and Anxiety (Continuum 2010 hardcover, 2011 paperback) and Interpretation: Theory: History (in progress: working title).

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What’s magical about used books…

I talked myself into going with my wife to a local Salvation Army thrift store yesterday. The usual routine is that she goes out and then I go out — with three small children, that’s the only way to get anything done. I don’t like the division of our time, though, and wanted to spendContinue reading “What’s magical about used books…”

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