Symbol and Truth in Blake's Myth. William BLAKE, Leopold Jr. Damrosch.

Symbol and Truth in Blake's Myth.

Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1980. First Edition. Hardcover. Large octavo. xiv + 396pp. Navy cloth with silver lettered maroon spine label, b&w illustrations, appendix, index. "A controversial examination of the conceptual basis of Blake's it, the author invokes a wide range of contexts, from modern theories of symbolism to the works of writers such as Augustine, Boehme, Cusanis, and Hegel, who wrestled with the same problems that preoccupied Blake" ( from the Publisher). Spine ends lightly bruised with one tiny tear at lower spine, top edge darkened and dusty, else a lovely clean VG+ copy in VG+ dust jacket (Dust jacket lightly rubbed and creased at all edges and extremities, a few tiny tears, not clipped). Item #62534