The Blake Society at St James’s Piccadilly
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Monday 28 November 1994
On the 236th anniversary of William Blake’s birth & the two hundredth year of The Songs of Innocence and of Experience, Sita Narasimhan will speak on the “Kenopanishad”, and Kathleen Raine on “Who made the Tyger?”.
(The Nehru Centre, 8 South Audley Street, London W1Y 5DQ; 6.45pm.)
Tuesday 29 November 1994
Annual General Meeting
Blake & Jung: a brief introduction followed by an exploratory discussion
Jeremy Ross runs a film education charity called AFECT. He is also a photographer & sculptor. Tonight’s discussion will be followed by the Annual General Meeting of the Blake Society to which all are welcome.
(House of St Barnabas, 1 Greek Street, Soho, London at 7.30pm.)
Tuesday 13 December 1994
William Blake & the native tradition: the ancient history of Albion
Jason Whittaker was born in Bristol. He is now a PhD student at the University of Birmingham. His paper is primarily concerned with some of Blake’s notions of ancient history & primitive religion: that is, bards, druids & the figure of Albion.
(House of St Barnabas, 1 Greek Street, Soho, at 7.30pm.)