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Author Archives: frightenedinmate2
Flames of Genius engulfing the Passionate Lovers “Blake’s renunciation of sin, punishment, atonement and moral law appear in a number of guises and different contexts in his work, which frustrate attempts at assigning Blake’s antinomian ideas to any one tradition. ” (Rix 109) “Blake targets all those moralisers who ‘restrain desire’ (pl. 5; E34).” (Rix […] Continue reading
“is this the Death Couch of Albion?/ Thou goest to Eternal Death & all must go with thee” This Comment is in response to kathcal’s “The Necessity of Going Down.” This comment serves to add more support in terms of textual evidence to her argument. The passage that was assigned is in sync with kathcal’s […] Continue reading