History Creator / WilliamBlake

21st Feb '17 9:56:56 PM gewunomox
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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).

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* AudioAdaptation[=/=]SpokenWordInMusic: His poetry has been revisioned by artistes including VanMorrison Music/VanMorrison and Music/{{Ulver}} (the latter of whom adapted ''The Marriage of Heaven and Hell'' in its entirety).
15th Jan '17 9:59:59 PM SinNanna
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* MindScrewdriver: Infuriatingly averted by Blake himself. There's a whole critical industry dedicated to providing one though.



* NightmareFuel: Both the poems and his artwork.



* TheVerse Good luck on trying to find out what it all means

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* TheVerse Good luck on trying to find out what it all means
means.



* One of the protagonists of ''Film/DeadMan'' is a Blake fan, and quotes him extensively.

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* One of the protagonists of ''Film/DeadMan'' is a Blake fan, and quotes him extensively. The other is ''named'' William Blake, but otherwise has no connection to the poet.



* ''Comicbook/FromHell'' reveals that his famous portrait of a monster "The Ghost of a Flea" was actually a portrait of the ghost of Sir William Gull, aka UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper.

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* ''Comicbook/FromHell'' reveals that his famous portrait of a monster "The Ghost of a Flea" was actually a portrait of the ghost of Sir William Gull, aka UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper. Earlier in the novel, Gull visits his grave and explains the mystical significance of his works to his sidekick, Netley.


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* Music/{{Ulver}} set all of ''The Marriage of Heaven and Hell'' to music for their fourth album, resulting in EpicRocking to the extreme.
15th Jan '17 1:21:24 PM Xtifr
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'''William Blake''' (28 November 1757 - 12 August 1827) was an English poet, painter, and printmaker.

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'''William Blake''' William Blake (28 November 1757 - 12 August 1827) was an English poet, painter, and printmaker.
24th Dec '16 5:45:34 AM Aquila89
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* In the Comicbook/SpiderMan story ''ComicBook/KravensLastHunt'', quotations from "The Tyger" are spread all throughout the storyline with "tyger" replaced by "spider".
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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!! William Blake in fiction:popular culture:


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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
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