Blake, Initiation, and The Book of Thel
Few poets have been so wholeheartedly on the side of imagination as William Blake. Not only a poet but also a painter of considerable merit and, if we are to believe what his friends had to say, a composer of melodies for his own lyrics, he tried to live as fully as was possible the imaginative life.
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