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by Carly Schnitzler, Graduate Communications Editor

Recently, the William Blake Archive, an ongoing digital humanity initiative at UNC, has published a digital version of Blake’s Notebook, which features countless drafts and sketches in their raw form. Distinguished Professor Joseph Viscomi has been co-editor of the William Blake Archive for more than 20 years, since the site launched in 1996. The Archive hosts more than 7000 high quality images of William Blake’s poetry, prose, sketches and engravings. Blake’s newly digitized notebook offers a look at the evolution of Blake’s art throughout the Romantic Period. To see Blake’s Notebook and explore the rest of the William Blake Archive, click here.

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