Blake's Vision of the Book of Job: With Reproductions of the Illustrations: a Study
A thoroughly documented rigorously researched analysis of Blake's conception of the Biblical allegory of the just man whose faith in God is tested by numerous calamities. Illus.
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abyss Albion angels appears Appendix beauty become Bible Blake calls Blake says body Book of Job bosom Christ clouds conception corporeal creation Cruciﬁxion deﬁnitely Deity Devil diurnal motion Divine Divine-Humanity Dorothy Wordsworth earth earthly Elihu Eliphaz engraved error essence eternal evil feet ﬁgure ﬁnal ﬁnally ﬁnd ﬁre ﬁrst ﬂame Forgiveness Four Zoas friends Gilchrist H. C. R. Diary H. C. R. Rem heaven Hell human idea identity Illus Illustration Imagination inﬁnite Innocence Jehovah Jerusalem Jesus Job's Job’s wife Laocoon Last Judgment left foot left hand light Los’s Luvah man’s marginal texts Milton Monism moral Nature outward Paradise Lost passage perfect poem Poetic Genius represents right and left right foot Russell Sampson Satan seems selﬁsh shows side signiﬁcant sleep Songs Songs of Experience soul spiritual stars story Swed symbolise symbolism Symons things thou unity universe Urizen Vala vide vision William Blake