Where results make sense
About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   PR   |   Contact us  

Topic: Blake

Related Topics

  Blake. Eliot, T. S. 1920. The Sacred Wood
Blake, on the other hand, knew what interested him, and he therefore presents only the essential, only, in fact, what can be presented, and need not be explained.
Blake was endowed with a capacity for considerable understanding of human nature, with a remarkable and original sense of language and the music of language, and a gift of hallucinated vision.
The fault is perhaps not with Blake himself, but with the environment which failed to provide what such a poet needed; perhaps the circumstances compelled him to fabricate, perhaps the poet required the philosopher and mythologist; although the conscious Blake may have been quite unconscious of the motives.
www.bartleby.com /200/sw13.html   (1546 words)

 Blake, William. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Blake’s life, except for three years at Felpham where he prepared illustrations for an edition of Cowper, was spent in London.
Blake’s paintings and engravings, notably his illustrations of his own works, works by Milton, and of the Book of Job, are painstakingly realistic in their representation of human anatomy and other natural forms.
Blake exalted love and pure liberty, and abhorred the reductive, rationalist philosophy that served to justify the political and economic inequities attendant upon the Industrial Revolution.
www.bartleby.com /65/bl/Blake-Wi.html   (732 words)

 Island of Freedom - William Blake
Blake spent all of his relatively quiet life in London except for a stay at Felpham, on the southern coast of England, from 1800 to 1803.
Blake produced and published his other works himself, except those which remained in manuscript at his death, by using his own unique method of engraving both illustration and text on copper plates and coloring the printed volumes by hand.
Blake's work was not well known in his lifetime, but his influence is apparent in the work of several painters who knew him when he was an old man, particularly Samuel Palmer.
www.island-of-freedom.com /BLAKE.HTM   (874 words)

 William Blake
Blake's important cultural and social contacts included Henry Fuseli, Reverend A.S. Mathew and his wife, John Flaxman (1755-1826), a sculptor and draftsman, Tom Paine, William Godwin, and Mrs Elizabeth Montagu (1720-1800), married to the wealthy grandson of the earl of Sandwich.
Blake hated the effects of the Industrial Revolution in England and looked forward to the establishment of a New Jerusalem "in England's green and pleasant land." Between 1804 and 1818 he produced an edition of his own poem JERUSALEM with 100 engravings.
Blake never shook off the poverty, in large part due to his inability to compete in the highly competitive field of engraving and his expensive invention that enabled him to design illustrations and print words at the same time.
www.kirjasto.sci.fi /wblake.htm   (1193 words)

 CNN.com - Blake preliminary hearing nearing end - Mar. 13, 2003
A criminalist testified that he could not say that the material found on actor Robert Blake was from gunshot residue from the weapon used to kill his wife.
Blake, the 69-year-old former star of TV's "Baretta," is charged with murder, solicitation of murder and conspiracy.
Blake claims he found his wife wounded after he went back into Vitello's to get a gun he carried for protection and accidentally left behind.
cnn.com /2003/LAW/03/12/blake.hearing.ap/index.html   (582 words)

 Poets.org - Poetry, Poems, Bios & More - William Blake
William Blake was born in London on November 28, 1757, to James, a hosier, and Catherine Blake.
Blake believed that his poetry could be read and understood by common people, but he was determined not to sacrifice his vision in order to become popular.
Blake's final years, spent in great poverty, were cheered by the admiring friendship of a group of younger artists who called themselves "the Ancients." In 1818 he met John Linnell, a young artist who helped him financially and also helped to create new interest in his work.
www.poets.org /poet.php/prmPID/116   (1070 words)

 CNN.com - Blake found not guilty in wife's killing - Mar 16, 2005
Blake was charged with one count of murder with a special circumstance of lying in wait and two counts of solicitation of murder in the shooting death of Bonny Lee Bakley, 44.
Blake had said he left Bakley in the car while he returned to the restaurant to retrieve a handgun he had left behind.
Prosecutors said Blake felt Bakley had tricked him into marriage after she became pregnant with his child -- and that he hated her so much he would do anything to keep her away from the girl, Rosie, who was 3 months old at the time of the killing.
www.cnn.com /2005/LAW/03/16/blake.case/index.html   (1168 words)

 William Blake - Biography and Works
As a friend of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, Percy Bysshe Shelley and Thomas Paine, Blake was among the literati of London’s intellectual circle though he was often labeled an eccentric or worse, insane or demented.
William Blake was born on 28 November, 1757, in London, England, the third son of Catherine née Wright (1723—1792) and James Blake (c.1723—1784) a hosier and haberdasher on Broad Street in Golden Square, Soho.
Blake was buried in an unmarked grave in the Non-Conformist Bunhill Fields in London where Catherine was buried four years later among other notable figures of dissent like Daniel Defoe and John Bunyan.
www.online-literature.com /blake   (2130 words)

 ::::: BLAKE SCULPTURE ::::: ATELIER BLAKE :::: FIGURATIVE SCULPTURE IN BRONZE AND MARBLE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
In his sculpture, Blake attempts to combine present concepts in contemporary art with that of the past, he believes that figurative sculpture will always be appreciated simply because of the powerful and imposing presence the figure, in that it provides a recognizable and emotive image with which we can identify
Blake represents the beauty of the human body and works to present a vitality of life in his statues, through a relationship between movement and expression, imagination and reality.
Blake demonstrates a high level of creative and technical expertise in his work, these powerful and evocative sculptures are painstakingly executed capturing the delicacy of the human physiology while radiating elegance and warmth
www.blakesculpture.com   (445 words)

 WebMuseum: Blake, William
Today, however, Blake is acclaimed one of England's great figures of art and literature and one of the most inspired and original painters of his time.
Blake was born on Nov. 28, 1757, in London.
Blake was a poor businessman, and he preferred to work on subjects of his own choice rather than on those that publishers assigned him.
sunsite.unc.edu /wm/paint/auth/blake   (449 words)

 Amazon.com: Blake: Books: Peter Ackroyd   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Eliot, Blake was a visionary, who long before Freud saw warfare as a form of repressed sexuality and believed there were eternal states of rage, desire and selfhood through which a man passes, keeping his soul intact.
Ackroyd repeatedly demonstrates his understanding that Blake was a wholly impractical man and completely unskilled at the cruder concerns of survival, yet he still somehow finds a way to hold Blake responsible for his failures as an entrepreneur.
Certainly, Blake is one artist who invites such interpretations, with the fact that he attributed his method of illuminated printing to a conversation with his dead brother, Robert, and the fact that Blake incorporates figures from his own life in his works.
www.amazon.com /Blake-Peter-Ackroyd/dp/0345376110   (2956 words)

 Some William Blake on the Web
Britain's Tate Gallery presents a comprehensive exhibition of Blake as an artist, as a poet, and as a man. (This was at the Tate 9 November 2000 - 11 February 2001, then to the Metropolitan March 29 - June 24, 2001.
William Blake and Allen Ginsberg: Poets in a Fallen World, Prophets of the New World (a thesis on the prophetic tradition in the poetry of Blake and Ginsberg).
She insists on her inner purity and, in a long concluding lament to the "Daughters of Albion," on the varieties of energetic self-expression that cannot be delimited by materialist philosophies or legalistic codes.
www.betatesters.com /penn/blake.htm   (1342 words)

 Poetry: William Blake
Born in London to an obscure family, Blake was educated at home until he was ten, then enrolled in a drawing school, advancing ultimately to a formal apprenticeship as an engraver.
Blake devised a process he called illuminated printing, which involved the preparation of drawings and decorative frames to complement his poems.
Many of Blake's works assert his conviction that the established church and state hinder rather than nurture human freedom and the sense of divine love.
bcs.bedfordstmartins.com /litlinks_schilb/poetry/blake.htm   (205 words)

 William Blake
William Blake, the son of a draper from Westminster, was born on 28th November, 1757.
Blake began to experiment with a new method of engraving.
On Scofield's testimony, Blake was charged with high treason and put on trial at Chichester.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /PRblake.htm   (947 words)

 Understanding William Blake's "The Tyger"
Blake was less well-known to his contemporaries, but now is hugely popular with casual readers.
Blake was tried for treason for saying something like "you soldiers of the god-damned king, I hope Napoleon kills all of you" while throwing a drunken soldier out of his garden.
Blake used to see visions and hear voices, and we have sketches he made of famous people who visited him.
www.pathguy.com /tyger.htm   (1492 words)

 blake   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
On the one hand, Blake was hostile to "vegetable" nature in all its forms.
For Blake, to be in nature is to be always removed from the idealized world of visionary imagination, but that does not prevent him from suggesting an interconnectedness that links all living things.
Blake may have distrusted "nature" in visionary terms, but he celebrated its physical beauty, its sensuous details, and its crucial role in our awareness of our human place in the cosmos.
www.dickinson.edu /~nicholsa/Romnat/blake.htm   (269 words)

 Robert Blake case - Full Trial Coverage on CourtTVnews.com
Blake's lawyers charged jury misconduct in a motion for new civil trial.
The judge who presided over Robert Blake's $30 million wrongful death trial denied the actor's request for a retrial Monday, but the "Baretta" star's attorney says he will take the actor's fight to the state court.
Actor Robert Blake, star of the 1970s television series "Baretta," is tried and acquitted for the murder of his wife of six months, Bonny Lee Bakley, who was shot and killed behind a Los Angeles restaurant.
www.courttv.com /trials/blake   (703 words)

 William Blake at LiteratureClassics.com -- essays, resources
BLAKE, WILLIAM (1757—1827), English poet and painter, was born in London, on the 28th of November 1757.
His father, James Blake, kept a hosier’s shop in Broad Street, Golden Square; and from the scanty education which the young artist received, it may be judged that the circumstances of the family were not very prosperous.
Blake's use of traditional form to express his views on the Church and wider Establishment -- Examines the role of the Church and the Establishment in society from the point of view of the use of the poetry form, especially the technique of rhythm.
www.literatureclassics.com /authors/Blake   (939 words)

 William Blake - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
William Blake in an 1807 portrait by Thomas Phillips.
William Blake (November 28, 1757 – August 12, 1827) was an English poet, painter, and printmaker.
In 1788, at the age of 31, Blake began to experiment with relief etching, a method he would use to produce most of his books of poems.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/William_Blake   (3189 words)

 William Blake   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Blake is one of the major Romantic poets, whose verse and artwork became part of the wider movement of Romanticism in late Eighteenth and early Nineteenth century European Culture.
Blake draws on a highly powerful, but essentially personal, mythological system of his own devising, but one that also draws on a variety of mythological, poetic and philosophical sources.
Blake is a revolutionary and visionary artist and poet, and his work represented a decisively new direction in the course of English Poetry and the Visual Arts.
www.newi.ac.uk /rdover/blake/welcome.htm   (359 words)

 Remembering Peter Blake, "Seafarer with a Conscience"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
As a competitive sailor, Sir Peter Blake navigated the world's most dangerous oceans: competing in seven round-the-world races and fearing for his and his crew's lives in 1994 when they found themselves amid icebergs, 70-knot winds, and huge waves.
The socks—a new pair was given to Blake by his wife, Pippa, before every major regatta—became the symbol of New Zealand's America's Cup campaign.
When he was eight, his parents bought him a P-class dinghy and Blake began racing and sailing with his three siblings to Rangitoto Island off Auckland to climb the volcanic crater.
news.nationalgeographic.com /news/2001/12/1212_wirepeterblake_1.html   (760 words)

 Blake's 7: Blake - TV.com
Avon and the crew find Blake, but (believing that he has sold out to the Federation) Avon kills him, while the rest of the crew are shot dead by Federation guards.
In his book A History and Critical Analysis of Blake's 7, John Kenneth Muir comments on the ending of this episode:, "When Avon smiles at the conclusion of Blake, he is amused because he is the butt of a cosmic joke.
He protects Blake's body from the storm troopers, and realizes that Blake's way was the only way.
www.tv.com /blakes-7/blake/episode/51544/summary.html   (670 words)

Blake Heritage is more than just another family tree of names and dates.
Blake Heritage is a 'free public community' created to share information on the genealogy, history, etymology, genetic traits, memorials and coats-of-arms of the Blake family; and to encourage membership for the exchange of thoughts for the betterment of life.
Blake Heritage presents the statements, opinions and assertions expressed throughout these sites without any kind of guarantee, expressed or implied, and is not responsible for any type of loss or damage caused by anyone's dependence on the information contained within these sites.
groups.msn.com /BLAKEHERITAGE   (563 words)

 Jason Blake News
Jason Blake scored three goals and the New York Islanders took advantage of the depleted and tired New York Rangers before holding on for a 4-3 victory Tuesday night.
Around the NHL Jason Blake scored three goals in a 4-3 Islanders win against a Rangers squad suffering from injuries and flu-like symptoms.
Jason Blake scored three goals in a 4-3 Islanders win against a Rangers squad suffering from injuries and flu-like symptoms.
www.topix.net /hockey-players/jason-blake   (713 words)

 The Blake School
The Blake senior was recently selected to compete in Jeopardy's 2007 Teen Tournament this January.
Blake Connections is a new intern program designed to give juniors and seniors working opportunities provided by current Blake parents and alums.
The Blake School's Board of Trustees is now accepting trustee nominations for the 2007-08 school year.
www.blakeschool.org   (296 words)

 H. Leslie Adams - Composer Home Page
In scene 2, Blake departs for the journey in front of the main house, watched by plantation slaves (chorus), the plantation mistress Joanna Stevens (soprano), and house guests from Charleston, Isabella Ballard (mezzo soprano) and her brother Judge Whitney Ballard (bass).
Miranda, sensing that Blake and Little Joe must be alive and coming closer to her, vows to flee rather than go to a foreign country.
Blake is initiated in a colorful ritual featuring dancers and drummers.
www.under.org /cpcc/ladams.htm   (1438 words)

 The Blake School: Athletics, Boys' Hockey
Blake skaters survive a scare, reprinted from Sun Newspapers, March 4, 2004
Blake boys hockey team staying on course, reprinted from Sun Newspapers, January 16, 2003
Blake boys skaters have new coach, reprinted from Sun Newspapers, November 28, 2002
www.blakeschool.org /athletics/bhockey/index.html   (487 words)

 Blake Medical Center - Home Page
Blake Medical Center is leading provider of acute care in Bradenton and Manatee County.
Learn why Blake Medical Center's program is one of the most successful in southwest Florida.
Blake is a JCAHO accredited Primary Stroke Center.
www.blakemedicalcenter.com   (88 words)

 CMT.com : Blake Shelton : Biography
Blake Shelton was born on June 18, 1976, in Ada, Okla. He wrote songs as a teenager and honed his performing style as he played honky-tonk bars and became a regular on a local country music show.
She had returned to her Oklahoma roots for a tribute show honoring her in Ada.
He spent most of the year on the road with Toby Keith and married his high school sweetheart.
www.cmt.com /artists/az/shelton_blake/bio.jhtml   (263 words)

Try your search on: Qwika (all wikis)

  About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   Press   |   Contact us  
Copyright © 2005-2007 www.factbites.com Usage implies agreement with terms.