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The technological system

Author: Jacques Ellul
Publisher: New York : Continuum, 1980.
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Focuses attention on the longevity and complexity of Blake's reception in Japan and elsewhere in the East. This book offers a case-study of the way in which the vigorous afterlife of Blake's work has  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jacques Ellul
ISBN: 0826490077 9780826490070
OCLC Number: 924775773
Description: 362 s
Contents: Introduction; Steve Clark and Masashi Suzuki; Part I: The Orient in Blake: The Global Eighteenth Century; 1. International Blake; David Worrall, Nottingham Trent University, UK; 2. Blake and the Chinamen; Mei-Ying Sung; National University of Taiwan / Nottingham Trent; 3. Colour Printing East and West: Blake and the Ukiyo-e Tradition; Minne Tanaka, Nottingham Trent University, UK; 4. Blake and Rebekkah Bliss, Collector of Oriental Books; Keri Davies, Blake Society / Nottingham Trent University; 5. Blake and the Representation of Race in Late 18th Century England; Sibylle Erle, Nottingham Trent; 6. Black / Blake: Africa and Utopia in the 1790s; Susan Matthews, Roehampton University, UK; 7. An Empire of Exotic Nature: Blake's Botanic and Zoomorphic Imagery; Ashton Nichols, Dickinson College, US; 8. Blake and Egypt; Kazuya Okada, Okayama University, Japan; 9. Blake, Hayley and India; Hikari Sato, University of Kobe, Japan; 10. Blake, India and Wilkins's translation of the Bhagavad-gita; Tristanne Connolly, Waterloo, Ontario; PART II: Blake in the Orient: Early Twentieth Century Japanese Reception. 11. Blake's Oriential Heterodoxy: Yanagi's Perception of Blake; Ayako Wada, Tottori University, Japan; 12. A curious Symmetry between Blake and Yanagi; Kazuyoshi Oishi, University of the Air, Japan; 13. The Female Voice in Blake Studies, 1910s-1930s; Yoko Imalzumi, University of Tsukuba, Japan; 14. Yanagi and Jugaku in the Fifteen Years War; Shunsuke Tsurumi, Japan; 15. The Shirabaka Group and the Early Reception of Blake's Art Work in Japan; Yumiko Goto, Kyoto Municipal Museum of Arts; 16. Blake and the Young Painters of the Kyoto School; Kozo Shioe, Kyoto City University, Japan; 17. Self-Annihilation in Milton; Hatsuko Nimii, Japan's Women University; PART III: Blake in the Orient: Later Responses; 18. Blake's Night Thoughts; Jeremy Tambling, University of Hong Kong; 19. Blake's Reception in Sato and Oe; Barnard Turner, National University of Singapore; 20. Blake and Oe Kenzaburo; Keiko Kobayashi, Ritsumeikan University, Japan; 21. Nebuchadnezzar's Sublime Torment: Blake, Arthur Boyd and the East; Peter Otto, University of Melbourne, Australia; 22. Walking thro' Eternity: Blake's Psychogeography; Jason Whittaker, Falmouth, UK; 23. Blake's Question; John Phillips, University of Singapore; 24. Afterword: The Reception of the British Romantics over the Waters; Elinor Shaffer, University of London, UK Index.
Responsibility: Jacques Ellul ; transl. from French by Joachim Neugroschel.

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