The Marriage of Heaven and Hell: In Full Color
Once regarded as a brilliant eccentric whose works skirted the outer fringes of English art and literature, William Blake (1757-1827) is today recognized as a major poet, a profound thinker, and one of the most original and exciting English artists. Nowhere is his glorious poetic and pictorial legacy more evident than in "The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, " which many consider his most inspired and original work.
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Review: The Marriage of Heaven and HellUser Review - Ellen Roberts - Goodreads
I was surprised to find this accessible after struggling with Blake's "Milton." The so very practical proverbs of hell, the jibes at religion for separating mind and desire, the idea that there can be no good without evil . . . these and other concepts roll and roil and enrich one another. Read full review