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The New Zealand Herald
How did they do that with plastic spoons - the wonder of WOWWeta Workshops and voiced by Flight of the Conchords Jemaine Clement - as a nar
How did they do that with plastic spoons - the wonder of WOW
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
Weta Workshops and voiced by Flight of the Conchords Jemaine Clement - as a narrator who waxes lyrical about whether poet William Blake had the wording in The Tyger right? Actually the tiger was a little distracting, but a necessary one.... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
London: 2,000 Years In 4 DaysTate Modern). The collections of J.M.W. Turner and John Singleton Copley are po
London: 2,000 Years In 4 Days
The Chattanoogan / Posted 2 days ago
Tate Modern). The collections of J.M.W. Turner and John Singleton Copley are popular, but we were more enthralled by the William Blake exhibit and the Pre-Raphaelites, who sought to make paintings that stimulated a transcendent experience in... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Why Greg Wilson is excited about Red Bull Music Academy tour's Liverpool stoplistened to him talk me from the dancefloors of Seventies New York to the curre
Why Greg Wilson is excited about Red Bull Music Academy tour's Liverpool stop
Liverpool Echo / Posted 5 days ago
listened to him talk me from the dancefloors of Seventies New York to the current state of clubland with detours around William Blake, The Beatles and the X Factor en route, I’m starting to think there’s not much Greg doesn’t know about, full... Read more
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Marie Claire
Gucci kicks off Milan Fashion Week SS17 with Hollywood Punkssoothing voice lulled them to ‘release the tension’ before the show began. She
Gucci kicks off Milan Fashion Week SS17 with Hollywood Punks
Marie Claire / Posted 5 days ago
soothing voice lulled them to ‘release the tension’ before the show began. She then read the work of English poet William Blake, to a soundtrack of Armand Amar’s orchestral La Traversée. Welcome to the ‘Hollywood Forever Cemetery’ Past... Read more
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The Atlantic
A Trip to a Swedish Town That's Being Completely Relocatedand the disasters waiting to happen when we do—I pluck one of the balls from th
A Trip to a Swedish Town That's Being Completely Relocated
The Atlantic / Posted 6 days ago
and the disasters waiting to happen when we do—I pluck one of the balls from the bowl and look at it for a while. The poet William Blake once conjured “a world in a grain of sand”—and, in the very next breath, “infinity in the palm of your hand.”... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Philosophy, beauty, complexity: what you are missing out on if you don't do the mathsgives us the tools to ascend those heavens and scale the impossible. Maths prov
Philosophy, beauty, complexity: what you are missing out on if you don't do the maths
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
gives us the tools to ascend those heavens and scale the impossible. Maths provides ladders to our human imagination. William Blake sums up mathematics for me in a most beautiful way. In his poem Auguries of Innocence, Blake's opening lines... Read more
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Isle of Wight County Press
Did those feet, in muddy bootsthe situation. When things get really bad, as they have in this case, do not d
Did those feet, in muddy boots
Isle of Wight County Press / Posted 10 days ago
the situation. When things get really bad, as they have in this case, do not dilly-dally but dive straight in and summon William Blake and Jerusalem to stir the hearts of carrot-loving patriots and rouse all right-minded diggers and delvers into... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
'The Vermeer of Los Angeles'? Slow-art champion Tom Knechtel lets us in the studioby a profound interest in Renaissance painting, Indian miniatures and out-there
'The Vermeer of Los Angeles'? Slow-art champion Tom Knechtel lets us in the studio
Los Angeles Times / Posted 11 days ago
by a profound interest in Renaissance painting, Indian miniatures and out-there mysticism (he is a great admirer of William Blake). In his 1997 canvas, “A Middle-Aged-Scheherezade,” a pensive male figure stands deity-like before a flat... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Liverpool unveiling for Tracey Emin's My Bedan important work for us. Andrew TeebayA close up of part of the My Bed instal
Liverpool unveiling for Tracey Emin's My Bed
Liverpool Echo / Posted 11 days ago
an important work for us. Andrew TeebayA close up of part of the My Bed installation, the centrepiece of Tracey Emin and William Blake in Focus: The Community Collective at Tate Liverpool “It’s also an enigmatic work. And hopefully it will bring... Read more
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Pasadena Weekly
Rhythm and Rhymehe’ll be at Vroman’s Tuesday. During an engaging hour-long interview, the part-
Rhythm and Rhyme
Pasadena Weekly / Posted 12 days ago
he’ll be at Vroman’s Tuesday. During an engaging hour-long interview, the part-time South Pasadena resident connected William Blake to hip-hop, pondered poetry’s role in pop culture, and identified his proudest achievement. PW: In your famous... Read more
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Londonist
Quiz: 40 Fiendish Questions About The ThamesBarge, (d) The Schooner Tup 2. Which 1990s band opened their 1995 single Histo
Quiz: 40 Fiendish Questions About The Thames
Londonist / Posted 12 days ago
Barge, (d) The Schooner Tup 2. Which 1990s band opened their 1995 single History with the following lyrics, inspired by William Blake: "I wander lonely streets. Behind where the old Thames does flow" 3. Jeffrey Archer, Bernie Ecclestone and... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
18 brilliant things to do in Liverpool and beyond this weekendits home for the next 12 months. The work forms the centrepiece of the Albert
18 brilliant things to do in Liverpool and beyond this weekend
Liverpool Echo / Posted 15 days ago
its home for the next 12 months. The work forms the centrepiece of the Albert Dock gallery’s show Tracey Emin and William Blake in Focus, which aims to show ‘surprising links’ between the two artists. Read More Emin fans can also see two... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
YSU helps celebrate Hispanic Heritage Monthcommunity to organize the events. The theme of the celebration this year is ca
YSU helps celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 16 days ago
community to organize the events. The theme of the celebration this year is called “A Growing Connected Latino Culture.” William Blake, director of YSU’s Student Diversity Programs, said the theme describes the way all Latino nationalities come... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Battle of Blake’s Cottage in Felpham rages onfrom a local builder obtained, owners the Blake Cottage Trust reported. The co
Battle of Blake’s Cottage in Felpham rages on
Chichester Observer / Posted 18 days ago
from a local builder obtained, owners the Blake Cottage Trust reported. The cottage is one of only two buildings that William Blake lived in which still stands The general condition of the Grade II listed Felpham building is a concern for... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
NMU professor brings artwork to Bay CollegeEnglish department's master of arts program, but has been a success in the art
NMU professor brings artwork to Bay College
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 18 days ago
English department's master of arts program, but has been a success in the art scene as well. Prather, who is a noteworthy William Blake scholar, combines his love for literature and blends it with art, mixing the two genres into one. William Blake... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Bay College announces reception for the artwork by Russell Pratherif idiosyncratically, influenced by the study of literature, especially the wor
Bay College announces reception for the artwork by Russell Prather
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 20 days ago
if idiosyncratically, influenced by the study of literature, especially the work of turn-of-the-18th century artist/poet William Blake. Prather currently teaches eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth century literary and visual culture at... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Oliver Stone on Edward Snowden: "America Is Fed Bullshit and We Buy It" (Q&A)wanted him back as a young — he's 70 years old, or 65 years old at that point.
Oliver Stone on Edward Snowden: "America Is Fed Bullshit and We Buy It" (Q&A)
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 20 days ago
wanted him back as a young — he's 70 years old, or 65 years old at that point. GALLOWAY Do you know that line that William Blake said about Paradise Lost? He said, "Milton is of the devil's party, because he makes Satan so appealing." So... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
Robert Blakein death by his wife, Betty Blake. Surviving are his children, Bobbi Rudder of
Robert Blake
The East Liverpool Review / Posted 20 days ago
in death by his wife, Betty Blake. Surviving are his children, Bobbi Rudder of Chester, Lynn Williamson of Wellsville, William Blake of Almont, Mich., and Kevin Blake of Newell; his siblings, Paul Blake of Chester, Myrtle Cunningham of Chester,... Read more
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Bay Area Reporter
Fall preview:
Bay Area art gallerieson her father, who was part of Angela Davis' coterie, are also in the show. (Se
Fall preview:
Bay Area art galleries
Bay Area Reporter / Posted 27 days ago
on her father, who was part of Angela Davis' coterie, are also in the show. (Sept. 15-Oct. 29)jenkinsjohnsongallery.com William Blake Gallery In mid-October, rare book dealer John Windle opens a large gallery devoted solely to the Romantic poet,... Read more
28d
Slate
Anatomy Class Taught Me to Love Liver, as an Organ and as a Meallife. Medical school broadened my ingrained habits of edibility and cleansed t
Anatomy Class Taught Me to Love Liver, as an Organ and as a Meal
Slate / Posted 28 days ago
life. Medical school broadened my ingrained habits of edibility and cleansed the doors of my culinary perception. And, as William Blake might have said, when the doors of perception are cleansed, one may see things as they truly... Read more
28d
The Hindu
The Proust Questionnaire with Mahesh Bhattfavourite colour? If not yourself, who would you be? I would rather not be.
The Proust Questionnaire with Mahesh Bhatt
The Hindu / Posted 28 days ago
favourite colour? If not yourself, who would you be? I would rather not be. Who are your favourite poets? Allama Iqbal, William Blake and Kaifi Azmi. What is the military event you admire the most? When I see my jawans pick up a child trapped... Read more
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The Hindu
Hungry for morefavourite colour? If not yourself, who would you be? I would rather not be.
Hungry for more
The Hindu / Posted 29 days ago
favourite colour? If not yourself, who would you be? I would rather not be. Who are your favourite poets? Allama Iqbal, William Blake and Kaifi Azmi What is the military event you admire the most? When I see my jawans pick up a child trapped... Read more
30d
Scoop.co.nz
Lee Mingwei’s Art of Participation Comes to AucklandLee Mingwei’s practice. These include works by artists Hakuin, John Cage, Allan
Lee Mingwei’s Art of Participation Comes to Auckland
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 30 days ago
Lee Mingwei’s practice. These include works by artists Hakuin, John Cage, Allan Kaprow, Yves Klein and Lee Ufan, as well as William Blake, Colin McCahon and Dane Mitchell from Auckland Art Gallery’s collection. Together they act as reference points... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Teen's face rebuilt using leg bone after having tennis ball-sized tumour removedFirst Foundation, saw part of the teenager's fibula bone removed and sculpted i
Teen's face rebuilt using leg bone after having tennis ball-sized tumour removed
Daily Mirror / Posted 30 days ago
First Foundation, saw part of the teenager's fibula bone removed and sculpted into her face. Speaking in the video, Doctor William Blake said that if it was not removed, the tumour would eventually cause problems with speaking and eating. 7... Read more
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The Hindu
Sedition, sedition everywhere: A ready reckonerTo see sedition in a grain of sand, and more sedition in a wild flower? A: Ver
Sedition, sedition everywhere: A ready reckoner
The Hindu / Posted 1 months ago
To see sedition in a grain of sand, and more sedition in a wild flower? A: Very clever. You have just ruined William Blake for me. Q: Wasn’t Blake too on trial for sedition? A: Yes, he found a drunk soldier in his garden and when he... Read more

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