Jerusalem and the Origins of
by Marc Kaplan
Veils, Infinity, a Roof, and “One thought”
Contemporary Art: A Note on Four Exhibitions
by D. W. Dörrbecker
Seeing Thel as Serpent
by Hilda Hollis
The Seduction of Self-Abnegation in
The Book of Thel
by Deborah McCollister
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D. W. Dörrbecker teaches in the department of art history at the University of Trier. He began to publish on Blake in 1975, and his recent efforts include the Blake Trust edition of The Continental Prophecies.
Hilda Hollis is writing her thesis on George Elliot and Mikhail Bakhtin with the support of a SSHRCC Doctoral Fellowship at McMaster University. She has published essays in Milton Studies and Various Atwoods, and has an article forthcoming in Victorian Poetry.
Marc Kaplan teaches at Pepperdine University and Santa Monica College in Los Angeles. Formerly a screenwriter, he authored the script which became the film Fast Break (Columbia Pictures, 1979). A previous article on Blake, “Blake’s Milton: The Metaphysics of Gender,” appeared in Nineteenth Century Contexts in 1995.
Deborah McCollister is Professor of English at Dallas Baptist University. Recent publications include articles on Wilde, Bunyan, and Tennyson. A current project is a tour for students and friends to Christian and literary sites[e] in southern England, a happy task which she hopes to repeat every few years.
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Cover illustration: Verena Immenhauser, “Untitled,” a figural veil/a veiled figure, executed in preparation of the installation shown at Berne, Switz.
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