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Disclosure!: The title and content of this article is in no way a major negative view of the author and his views on feminism, but rather a way to get the reader’s attention and to create discussions upon the power dynamics of society. This is not meant to induce anger and negative ideological understandings, but […] Continue reading
Not to become a one-trick pony here, but in Europe a Prophecy, Blake’s mythopoeia becomes once again very Nordic. These apocalyptic prophecies bear close resemblance to Ragnarök, the apocalyptic prophecies of Norse Mythology. Because the Eddas of Medieval Norse people are incredibly difficult to read, I will be citing Neil Gaiman’s well researched, modernized 2017 edition: Norse Mythology […] Continue reading
Before addressing the trump that awakes Enitharmon, we must first understand the significance of the slumber. At this point in our study of Blake we are very familiar with his opposition of repetitive action, leaving individuals to thoughtlessly follow a predetermined pattern. Within this framework, Enitharmon’s “slumber” represents her enslavement in the dull round and […] Continue reading