William Blake and the Daughters of Albion offers a challenge to the
Blake establishment. By placing some of Blake's early prophetic
works in startlingly new historical contexts (most provocatively
those of female conduct and pornography) a very different image of
the radical Blake emerges. The book shows what can be achieved when
a challenging methodology, feminist historicism, is brought to bear
on a canonical writer and on now canonized interpretations of his
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