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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... that it was a famous resident of Lambeth—WilliamBlake—^who had the vision of men and women building Jerusalem in England's green and pleasant land. GANDHI'S INTERPRETATION WHEN Gandhi was assassinated, eight months ago..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... of their own suffering/while below them the world creaks andshudders/like a petrified balloon —" writes one of his passengers, BrianPatten. Others aboard are grizzled veteransof the 60fs, the heirs of William..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... not .of thoniands of years, but hun- dreds of muttons of years.&xm. S. 31 Helix Gartens. S.W.I QUARTERLY SUPPLEMENT A R E V-l EW OF LITERATURE WilliamBlake THE READER..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... spouse and children painted for posterity. Amongthe most successful practitioners of the day, derided by WilliamBlake asmere t4Portrait manufacturers," was Sir Joshua Reynolds, a comprehensiveexhibition..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:".... Morris and Solomons, and Mr. Diamond. THB LITERARY AND SOCIAL UNION.—Last Saturday, at Toynbee]HalI, [Mr. M.Bader read a paper on '* WilliamBlake." SOUTH ESSEX SOCIAL AND LITERARY SOCIETY.— Last Sunday..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... de Femme" are hung*A Memorial Exhibition of the works by the late ISr WilliamBlake \ Is being held at the Fine Art Society, Kew Bond Street,of William Morris and of Gladstone are being shown. A • mi:4..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... seer Emmanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772) exercised a strong influence on the general literary currents of the eighteenth and nineteyrth centuries. WilliamBlake knew his books and had much in common with him..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... discovery and abuse of drugs, his sexual affairs with other young men. He started having "visions" when reading WilliamBlake poems, visions which must have so invaded his reality that, for a while in 1948..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... on the Book of Job f e^ecafeed'by William. Blake, in 1821,for the la';e John Linnell, and lent by the Linnell Family; In t&e series various scenes from the book are pictorially descriLad, starting with Job..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"..., and a very brief summary of the argument is printed marginally. There is a short introduction of eighteen pages, and four reproductions of WilliamBlake's engravings. The typo- graphy and the paper have..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... and Jewish ethical Values. But here again, objectivity is called for. You may oppose zealotry, but you cannot say categorically that it is un-Jewish. Judaism is not Christianity. WilliamBlake, speaking..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... Today is illustratedby a reproduction of " Job and his Comforters," by WilliamBlake. The monthly contains a closely reasonedarticle, replete with quotations, by Dr. S. G. F. Brandon, Professor..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... the poet WilliamBlake's ten- der voice chanting to him. These, along with Walt Whitman and William Carlos Williams, were to remain predominant influences on his writing. The "Howl" and "Kaddish" (1963..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... Chassid Hay?—Th^re Was a Chasidic Man" and appeared as its main star. Winners all Picasso for £20, or Joe Rose, and guess which is which; Kandinsky, Giacometi, WilliamBlake, Frago- nard, Claude—all you..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... far beyond his native Lebanon, and his work has-been compared with that of WilliamBlake and Rabindranath Tagore. Withtheir eastern imagery and Semitic wisdom, his books have had an influencein many..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... of refugees as well as both painter and poet. Anotherartist-poet whom Rosenberg deeply ad- mired was the visionary WilliamBlake, ofwhom he wrote (in 1913) that "England has turned out one man second to nonewho..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... in the poetic qualitiesof the Bible led to greater Recent titles *om page ii> metrical freedom, at first in thebogus primitivism of " OsSian," but far more seriously withChristopher Smart and WilliamBlake, two..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... or contemporary reality:the style is poetic and visionary, interpreting the Bible as artrather than as moral or historical "And my Servant Job shall pray foryou." Illustration by WilliamBlake tract. Mixing Baroque..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"...-preter of the Bible was WilliamBlake whose "Moses and theBurning Bush" is among his works in the exhibition. The Victorianera is well represented and in- cludes the only Jewish artist,Simeon Solomon, who once boasted..."
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