Wednesday, 28 November 2007


Terry Eagleton notes approvingly that “[William] Blake . . . viewed the political as inseparable from art, ethics, sexuality and the imagination.” [1] Aye, such a thought is enough to warm the cockles and capillaries of any old totalitarian’s cardiovascular system.

Terry Eagleton, “The original political vision: sex, art and transformation”, The Guardian, 28th November 2007.


Pietr said...

History will prove whatever the Guardian wants it to.

Bretwalda Edwin-Higham said...

Capillaries on tyrants clog quicker or so I'm led to believe.