Publisher: Freedom Press
Released: January 1, 1994
This short study draws on Blake's complete writings—poetry and prose. It offers a lively and perceptive account of his thought, ranging from his philosophy, his critique of existing society and culture, to his vision of a free world. Marshall presents Blake as a forerunner of modern anarchism and social ecology and reveals the light which shines behind the misty mountain range (ahem) of his symbolism and mythology.