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Reinterpreting “Holy Thursday”: The consequences of being (Un)Charitable

In William Blake’s Songs of Innocence, “Holy Thursday”, partaking in the religious is a communal affair, one that the youth is a part of; the children are in a way facilitating the religious. The last stanza is indicative of this: “Now like a mighty wind they raise to heaven the voice of song Or like […] Continue reading

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