History Creator / WilliamBlake

21st Sep '16 9:57:35 AM Beiahnu
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* Music/BruceDickinson's album ''Chemical Wedding'' derives inspiration from Blake's paintings and poetry, using ''The Ghost of a Flea'' as the album's artwork.

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* Music/BruceDickinson's album ''Chemical ''The Chemical Wedding'' derives inspiration from Blake's paintings and poetry, using Blake's painting ''The Ghost of a Flea'' as the album's artwork.
21st Sep '16 9:56:40 AM Beiahnu
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* Creator/BruceDickinson's album ''Chemical Wedding'' derives inspiration from Blake's paintings and poetry, using ''The Ghost of a Flea'' as the album's artwork.

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* Creator/BruceDickinson's Music/BruceDickinson's album ''Chemical Wedding'' derives inspiration from Blake's paintings and poetry, using ''The Ghost of a Flea'' as the album's artwork.
21st Sep '16 9:55:21 AM Beiahnu
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!! William Blake in fiction:

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* Creator/BruceDickinson's album ''Chemical Wedding'' derives inspiration from Blake's paintings and poetry, using ''The Ghost of a Flea'' as the album's artwork.
23rd Jun '16 12:31:38 AM Faruke97
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* ComicBooks: Blake's comibnation of narrative and visual storytelling going above simple illustration has led some (including Creator/AlanMoore) so cite Blake's work as a proto-example of the Graphic Novel.

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* ComicBooks: Blake's comibnation combination of narrative and visual storytelling going above simple illustration has led some (including Creator/AlanMoore) so cite Blake's work as a proto-example of the Graphic Novel.
17th Jun '16 7:13:21 PM KhaosKyuubi
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--> To see the World in a grain of sand
--> And Heaven in a wildflower

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--> To see the World a world in a grain of sand
--> And a Heaven in a wildflowerwild flower
17th Jun '16 7:11:24 PM KhaosKyuubi
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* The premier trailer for ''VideoGame/DeathStranding'' opened with a quote from Auguries of Innocence.
--> To see the World in a grain of sand
--> And Heaven in a wildflower
--> Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand
--> And Eternity in an hour
8th Jun '16 10:20:46 AM Morgenthaler
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* {{Romanticism}}: One of the Big Six of the English school, along with WilliamWordsworth, SamuelTaylorColeridge, LordByron, JohnKeats and PercyByssheShelley

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* {{Romanticism}}: One of the Big Six of the English school, along with WilliamWordsworth, SamuelTaylorColeridge, LordByron, JohnKeats Creator/WilliamWordsworth, Creator/SamuelTaylorColeridge, Creator/LordByron, Creator/JohnKeats and PercyByssheShelleyCreator/PercyByssheShelley
26th Jan '16 9:32:46 PM Anddrix
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26th Jan '16 9:27:40 PM CassandraLeo
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* AudioAdaptation[=/=]SpokenWordInMusic: His poetry has been revisioned by artistes including VanMorrison and Music/{{Ulver}} (the latter of whom adapted ''The Marriage of Heaven and Hell'' in its entirety).
** The Preface to ''Jerusalem'' has been set to music and is a serious contender for National Anthem, if Britain ever becomes a republic.



* SpokenWordInMusic: His poetry has been revisioned by artistes including VanMorrison.
** The Preface to ''Jerusalem'' has been set to music and is a serious contender for National Anthem, if Britain ever becomes a republic.
31st Dec '15 7:30:23 PM Prfnoff
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** The preface to ''Milton'' includes the short poem "And did those feet in ancient time", adapted into the hymn "Jerusalem" ([[NamesTheSame not to be confused with Blake's epic poem]] ''Jerusalem'', as seen below) by Sir Hubert Parry in 1916. This hymn is now considered one of England's greatest candidates to a national anthem, and is a staple at the Last Night of the Proms. EmersonLakeAndPalmer opens their album ''Brain Salad Surgery'' with a CoverVersion.

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** The preface to ''Milton'' includes the short poem "And did those feet in ancient time", adapted into the hymn "Jerusalem" ([[NamesTheSame not to be confused with Blake's epic poem]] ''Jerusalem'', as seen below) by Sir Hubert Parry in 1916. This hymn is now considered one of England's greatest candidates to a national anthem, and is a staple at the Last Night of the Proms. EmersonLakeAndPalmer Music/EmersonLakeAndPalmer opens their album ''Brain Salad Surgery'' with a CoverVersion.
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