A Conversation for Glad Day - The Life and Works of William Blake


Post 1

Wildman - I'm not really mad, I've just been in a very bad mood for 40 years!

This entry was returned early due to copyright questions and I didn't get a chance to do the links properly. I thought these were to be added before it hit the front page, they are still on the alternate copy I made at A2124811

Wildmansmiley - headhurts


Post 2

TRiG (Ireland) A dog, so bade in office

Many of the links in the other version are now, unfortunately, dead.

Swedenborgianism: Link is dead. Couldn't see a reasonable alternative. You want a general encyclopaedic article on Sweeden, yes?

Mary Wollstonecraft: Link is dead. No h2g2 entry.

Tom Paine: Link is dead, but a h2g2 entry exists, so I've put a link to that into this article.

The Tyger: You linked to a h2g2 entry on 'The Tyger'. I've added that link to this entry.

Newton: Link still works! Added. (Looked for a h2g2 entry to link to instead, but none exists.)

Wordsworth: Link is dead. No h2g2 entry.

revolution: Link is dead.

Samuel Palmer: Link is dead. No h2g2 entry.

Blake at the Tate: This is the only link which was in this version of the entry, but it went to a page which redirected to another page, so I've updated it.

Blake Archive: Added within reference tags.


TRiG.smiley - biro


Post 3

Gnomon - time to move on

Good work, TRiG! It's things like this that highlight the holes in the Guide. I've intended to write an Entry on Newton for a long time, but haven't got around to starting it yet.


Post 4

TRiG (Ireland) A dog, so bade in office

You know something? I was sure we had an entry on Mary Wollstonecraft, but I couldn't find one.

There are a few surprising gaps there, aren't there?

TRiG.smiley - earth


Post 5

Gnomon - time to move on

I thought so too. But we're probably remembering the entry about her daughter, Mary Shelley A28234857.

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