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By Steve Clark,T. Connolly,Jason Whittaker

Blake stated of his works, 'Tho' I name them Mine i do know they aren't Mine'. So who owns Blake? Blake has continually been greater than phrases on a web page. This quantity takes Blake 2.0 as an interactive notion, reading electronic dissemination of his works and reinvention by way of artists, writers, musicians, and filmmakers throughout a number of twentieth-century media.

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