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Enitharmon sleeps for 1800 years, only to be awoken by Newton’s blowing of the trump. In order to understand Newton’s role in this scene, we must first understand Enitharmon’s slumber. Enitharmon’s slumber begins with the birth of Christ and ends 1800 years later, at the beginning of the French Revolution. Also, her slumber is highly […] 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
To answer the question of why Enitharmon’s eighteen hundred year-old slumber is described as a “female dream,” we must first establish exactly what her dream is. There are three important facts about her dream: 1) It begins with the birth of Christ and lasts for eighteen hundred years until the French Revolution. 2) It is […] Continue reading