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William Blake and his Illustrations to The Divine Comedy
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====== William Blake and his Illustrations to The Divine Comedy ====== \\ ==== I. HIS OPINIONS UPON ART ==== William Blake was the first writer of modern times to preach th... ess than Botticelli or even Clovio. 1897. \\ [[william-blake-and-the-imagination|Previous]] | [[index|Index]]
William Blake and the Imagination
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====== William Blake and the Imagination ====== ===== Ideas of Good and Evil ===== There have been men who love... d hid them from the understanding of their times. William Blake was one of these men, and if he spoke confusedly ... and vulgarity. When no man believed these things William Blake believed them, and began that preaching against t... tratford-on-avon|Previous]] | [[index|Index]] | [[william-blake-and-his-illustrations-to-the-divine-comedy|Next]]
Ideas of Good and Evil
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The Philosophy of Shelley’s Poetry
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lty.’ The speaker of these things might almost be Blake, who held that the Reason not only created Ugline... d tried to burn down a wood, if we can trust Mrs. Williams’ account, because he believed a devil, who had f... m suited to a new age, that will understand, with Blake, that the holy spirit is ‘an intellectual fountai... /, and then as a serpent with an eagle—symbols in Blake too and in the Alchemists; and it is the Morning
Magic
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d.’ And I have found it in the prophetic books of William Blake, who calls its images ‘the bright sculptures of L
At Stratford-on-Avon
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Speaking to the Psaltery
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was, perhaps, to some such music, I thought, that Blake sang his //Songs of Innocence// in Mrs. Williams’ drawing-room, and perhaps he, too, spoke rather