William Blake

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Noun1.William Blake - visionary British poet and painter (1757-1827)William Blake - visionary British poet and painter (1757-1827)
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Consequently, as much as Laura has tried to hold back her memories and to dissociate herself from her past self, that Blakeian invisible worm keeps gnawing at her body and consciousness: a worm that figures as the corruption of her innocence, the shattering of her sense of self, her father's violation of her body, and her mother's ensuing suicide, for which Laura feels responsible.
Having extracted a flake of graphite from one of Blake's drawings, Kostya then made this into graphene, which will trigger Blakeian Abstract, a 'meteorite shower' devised by Cornelia for the opening night.
David Madden's newest novel, London Bridge in Plague and Fire (University of Tennessee Press, 2012), is described by Ron Rash as "a brilliant cleaving of historical fact and Blakeian imagination.