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Category Archives: Heaven
Why does Milton need to “go down self annihilation and eternal death” ?(book 1, plate 15, line 22; page 162) William Blake and Milton share views based upon spirituality and sexuality that explores realms of the self with God. However, in Blake’s “Milton: Book 1, plate 2, lines 1-24; page 148) it discusses about […] Continue reading
The passage “The Voice of the Devil” from William Blake’s The Marriage of Heaven and Hell,engages Moravian images, themes and ideas. According to Marsha Keith Schuchard in “Young William Blake and the Moravian Tradition of Visual Art, the theme that the word should “choose Fancy rather than Philosophy” because it is separate reason in philosophy […] Continue reading
One of the proverbs that particularly stuck out to me was, “The rat, the mouse, the fox, the rabbet watch the roots; the lion, the tyger, the horse, the elephant watch the fruits” (72). The reason for this is because of the relations to the themes of “good” and “evil” being demonstrated. When you think […] Continue reading