Viscomi, Joseph

Joseph Viscomi has written numerous articles on Blake, including "Illuminated Printing" in the Cambridge Companion to Blake, a trilogy on the evolution of The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, and a trilogy on Blake's nineteenth-century patrons and collectors. He is also the author of Blake and the Idea of the Book and Prints by Blake and His Followers, a catalogue to an exhibition he organized at the Herbert Johnson Museum, Cornell University, and the co-editor of volumes 3 (with Eaves and Essick) and 5 (with Essick) of the Blake Trust's The Illuminated Books. He is currently working on a web site for his 1983 theatre adaptation of Blake's An Island in the Moon, which will include video of the performance, music, text, and photographs; and on an essay on nineteenth-century Blake reproductions and forgeries. He is the James G. Kenan Professor of English Literature at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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  • Clips | An Island in the Moon
  • Text 1 | An Island in the Moon
  • Text 2 | An Island in the Moon
  • Text 3 | An Island in the Moon
  • Text 4 | An Island in the Moon
  • Text 5 | An Island in the Moon
  • Text 6 | An Island in the Moon
  • Text 7 | An Island in the Moon
  • Text 8 | An Island in the Moon
  • Text 9 | An Island in the Moon

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