16. March 2010 · Comments Off on Emanations and Spectres · Categories: Society News

6.30pm Tuesday 14 September 2010
The City of Westminster Archives Centre
10 St. Ann’s Street, London SW1P 2DE – just off Parliament Square.

Andrew Solomon
Emanations and Spectres

Blake can be obscure and grand.  He described Jerusalem as  the grandest poem that this world contains.  But who truly understands it?

In a small attempt to further Blake’s purpose, this talk offers an approach to Jerusalem where Blake offers us inner peace and contentment through a better understanding of the inward spiritual realities by which we are motivated.

Andrew Solomon is a long-standing member of the Blake Society.  For many years he was a professional musician playing in our finest orchestras. His books include ‘Blake’s Job’ and ‘William Blake’s Great Task – The purpose of Jerusalem’.

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