Review of Reviews,  7 (1893), 197–201.

The Book of the Month. The Works of William Blake: Poet, Artist, and Seer



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Blake 1893



    Asserts that the mystical poet William Blake was 'what would now be called an inspirational medium', and suggests that the 'Psychical Research Society will do well to direct its attention to' aspects of his poetry, for 'Here is telepathy, indeed, if it be not vision. Mr. Myers must see to it' (200–01).

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