Objects & Places from The Complete Poetry and Prose of William Blake

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Albion

This is the ancient name for Britain.

Jerusalem

This location has an entire work devoted to it. The author is mainly referring to the actual geographical location.

London, England

This location was settled by the Romans and has flourished almost constantly ever since.

Lambeth

This is a location in England that the author lived in with his wife during the early 1800s.

Sussex

This is a county in England.

The Moon

This well known object is mentioned now and then amongst the poetry and prose.

Red Globe

There are many writings involving the characters of Urizen and Los. Amongst the complex stories of these figures and Satan and Angels in the land of Albion and of the mind, there is this recurring object.

Elohim

These are very high ranking Angels. Early on in the work, William Blake states that they are responsible for the creation of the...

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