Ghita’s background . . . brings to bear a unique awareness of the range of critical approaches which might be applied to facilitate a hermeneutic of Blake. From the problems of how Blake figures as product of Western Enlightenment, to considerations of the strengths and limitations of Blake’s encounter with Eastern philosophies, Ghita reminds us all about the continuing presence of an undercurrent in Blake criticism which ambitiously seeks to take on board a comprehensive, even holistic, view of his challenges and achievements. Revealer of the Fourfold Secret needs to be read with the care and attention of the international scholarly community.
Revealer of the Fourfold Secret: William Blake’s Theory and Practice of Vision
14 x 20 cm