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William Blake's Religion

Summary: This is an indepth look at William Blake's statement of reigion in his Illuminated works.
William Blake lived during a time of intense social change; the American Revolution, the French Revolution, and the Industrial Revolution. These massive changes in society provided Blake with one of the most dramatic outlooks in the transformation of the Western world, the change from a feudal and agricultural society to one in which philosophers and political thinkers, such as Locke, championed the rights of individuals. In accordance with political changes, there were religious changes as well. Religion was another aspect of society that Blake opposed because of its organized practice. The practices of organized religion conflicted with Blake's view and adherence. Organized religion and the shadows it casts upon the natural world are corollary topics that William Blake addresses in his writings. The issues that Blake discussed during his lifetime are still applicable to modern day society. In this essay, we will analyze Blake's relevance to the...

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