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Category Archives: norse mythology
William Blake’s marginalia to An Apology for the Bible finally gives me textual evidence to say: The Poetic Genius is rooted in Norse Mythology. I know that doesn’t in any way answer the question “Where do we see Swedenborgian-Moravian Christianity in Blake’s works,” but I’m here to tell you that when it comes to the Poetic […] Continue reading