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William Blake review, Tate Britain: an incandescent imagination smothered by dull curating

William Blake review, Tate Britain: an incandescent imagination smothered by dull curating

The Telegraph - By Alastair Sooke

Have you ever tried reading the poetry of William Blake (1757-1827)? Not the good stuff, such as The Tyger, which is mercifully short. No, I’m talking about Blake’s bizarre epics: obscure, fire-and-brimstone mythologies of his own devising, starring allegorical figures with made-up names, like …

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