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Allegory and enlightenment in the eighteenth century: the frontispiece to William Blake's 'There is no Natural Religion'

Mark Yates (UGent)
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In a reading of William Blake's frontispiece to “There is no Natural Religion” that draws largely on the history of the allegorical mode, I offer a narrative that explores the creative ways in which Blake illuminated his ideas about the value of Enlightenment thought.

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Yates, Mark. “Allegory and Enlightenment in the Eighteenth Century: The Frontispiece to William Blake’s ‘There Is No Natural Religion.’” Proceedings of the Salford Postgraduate Annual Research Conference (SPARC) 2011, University of Salford, 2012, pp. 7–16.
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Yates, M. (2012). Allegory and enlightenment in the eighteenth century: the frontispiece to William Blake’s “There is no Natural Religion.” Proceedings of the Salford Postgraduate Annual Research Conference (SPARC) 2011, 7–16. University of Salford.
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Yates, Mark. 2012. “Allegory and Enlightenment in the Eighteenth Century: The Frontispiece to William Blake’s ‘There Is No Natural Religion.’” In Proceedings of the Salford Postgraduate Annual Research Conference (SPARC) 2011, 7–16. University of Salford.
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Yates, Mark. 2012. “Allegory and Enlightenment in the Eighteenth Century: The Frontispiece to William Blake’s ‘There Is No Natural Religion.’” In Proceedings of the Salford Postgraduate Annual Research Conference (SPARC) 2011, 7–16. University of Salford.
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Yates M. Allegory and enlightenment in the eighteenth century: the frontispiece to William Blake’s “There is no Natural Religion.” In: Proceedings of the Salford Postgraduate Annual Research Conference (SPARC) 2011. University of Salford; 2012. p. 7–16.
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M. Yates, “Allegory and enlightenment in the eighteenth century: the frontispiece to William Blake’s ‘There is no Natural Religion,’” in Proceedings of the Salford Postgraduate Annual Research Conference (SPARC) 2011, Salford, UK, 2012, pp. 7–16.
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  booktitle    = {{Proceedings of the Salford Postgraduate Annual Research Conference (SPARC) 2011}},
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  title        = {{Allegory and enlightenment in the eighteenth century: the frontispiece to William Blake's 'There is no Natural Religion'}},
  year         = {{2012}},
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