"Dr Goslee is consistently illuminating in expounding the relationships between sculpture and Blake's Milton, Shelley's Prometheus Unbound, and especially Keats' The Fall of Hyperion. She writes with insight and clarity about these difficult and much-studied poems and succeeds in being up-to date without sounding modish. It is a pleasure to ready scholarly criticism so little beholden to a particular school. While it is commonplace to claim that there are significant relationships among the arts in the Romantic period, Dr Goslee shows that, rightly understood, the idea has critical power. The reader of Uriel's Eye understands all the poems considered better than before." - John E Grant, The University of Iowa.