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William Blake: A Rebel Against the Age of Enlightenment

Pauper, prophet and pre-Romantic

William Blake, ‘The Great Red Dragon and the Beast from the Sea’, 1805

Where does genius end and madness begin? Where does vision decay into delusion? In an age of revolution and enlightenment, one man walked the thin line between these forces. His name was William Blake, poet, painter, and one of Britain’s most influential figures.

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A Renaissance Writer

A Renaissance Writer

I love all things Italian Renaissance, cooking and writing. I can often be found reading, drinking espresso and working on too many things at once