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Category Archives: Self
Why does Milton need to “go down to self-annihilation and eternal death”? (book 1, plate 15, line 22; page 162) From Blake’s “Milton: Book 1,” one can interpret the passage as Milton’s character enveloped within the poem in part as well as re-iterating or reinterpreting adaptations of his book, “Paradise Lost.” Thus, the phrase, “go […] Continue reading
Daniel Lizaola Lopez Humberto Garcia English 190: Senior Thesis May 2, 2018 I wasn’t always an English major. I was lost in the vortex of societal norms and allowed the cosmology of my origin be originated by my environment. In high school, I was influenced by Ernesto “Che” Guevara and his passions. For the duration […] Continue reading
“Milton will utterly consume us & thee our beloved Father” In Milton: Book the Second, Blake finds himself in the garden. Ololon meets Blake and then eventually finds Milton, and we find out that she is Milton’s feminine self. Blake express that Ololon’s position as a virgin is one that puts her in an “annihilable” […] Continue reading
Sometimes, I love to daydream about what it means to be well…me. Each person is unique not only in terms of appearance, but in personality and thought patterns. We each embody a set of memories that were produced from our own experiences, and we carry these memories throughout our lives. I enjoy, however, mulling over […] Continue reading