[Introduction to romanticism] : William Blake's poetry

Sándorné Kérchy Anna: [Introduction to romanticism] : William Blake's poetry. (2018) [Online educational package (e-learning lesson/topic)]

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William Blake's poetry

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AIM OF THIS UNIT: In this unit you will learn about the art and life of the most influential lyricist of the Romantic period: poet, prophet, painter, printmaker, William Blake. His Songs of Innocence and Experience and his The Marriage of Heaven and Hell will be in the centre of our attention as perfect examples for the Romantic dialectic imagination (studied in Unit 1) while Vala, or the Four Zoas will illustrate the functioning of mythopoetic creativity.

Item Type: Online educational package (e-learning lesson/topic)
English title: William Blake's poetry
Language: English
Pedagogic Type: note, book
Organization level: önálló téma, tanóra
Completion Time: 2 óra
Difficulty level: 3
End user role:
Training typeEducational type
BSc/BAfull-time
Task Purpose: William Blake költészetének és a romantikus dialektikus képzelet megismerése
Skill Areas: Alapvető irodalomtörténeti/elméleti fogalmak ismerete angol nyelven
Related URLs: https://eta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/cgi/users/home?screen=EPrint%3A%3AView&eprintid=457
Funders: Széchenyi 2020
Projects: EFOP-3.4.3-16-2016-00014
Subproject: AP6
Subtopic: AP6_BTK_2
Department: Angol-Amerikai Intézet
Faculty: Faculty of Arts
Term: A 2.-3. év során minden 2. félévben meghirdetett, kötelezően választható kurzus
Additional Information: COMPULSORY READINGS: William Blake’s “The Lamb”, “The Tyger”, “The Sick Rose”, “The Chimney Sweeper’’, “Little Girl Lost”, “Little Girl Found”
Uncontrolled Keywords: visionary poetry, the third inward Eye, mythopoeia, intermedial ingenuity, illuminated printing, relief etching, Plato’s cave allegory, Swedenborgian society, a higher level of innocence, Proverbs of Hell, Urizen, Luva, Tarmas, Los, Albion, Romantic dialectic thought, “Without contraries there is no progress”, “All Art is Imagination”
Subjects: 06. Humanities
06. Humanities > 06.02. Languages and Literature
06. Humanities > 06.02. Languages and Literature > 06.02.03. General literature studies
06. Humanities > 06.02. Languages and Literature > 06.02.03. General literature studies > 06.02.03.01. History of literature
Date Deposited: 2018. Aug. 28. 20:05
Last Modified: 2018. Sep. 25. 17:02
URI: https://eta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/id/eprint/479

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