From Hell: Blake and evil in popular culture

Whittaker, Jason (2007) From Hell: Blake and evil in popular culture. In: Blake, modernity and popular culture. Palgrave, pp. 192-204. ISBN 9780230008441

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Abstract

This chapter concentrates on the graphical novels of Alan Moore, the absurd fiction of J. G. Ballard, and Michael Dibden's thriller Dark Spectre to indicate some of the ways in which Blake is often used as a means to explain a peculiarly perverse form of evil, an intelligent psychopathy, that also has as its real target the institutional hypocrisy of moral law.

Keywords:William Blake, Alan Moore, Michael Dibden, graphical novels, Evil, popular fiction
Subjects:Q Linguistics, Classics and related subjects > Q300 English studies
Divisions:College of Arts > School of English & Journalism > School of English & Journalism (English)
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Deposited On:07 Nov 2017 10:00

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