The Complete Poetry and Prose of William Blake - Book 1, Book 1 : Chapter 3, Milton Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Book 1 : Chapter 3, Milton Summary

The Englishman continues his exposition with two "books" which include Milton. These perpetuate the ideas and theme that have been introduced in the preceding sections. Urizen and Los both figure largely in these books, which have been produced in impressive and precise verse forms.

He uses colorful language during this portion. He strikes fear into the hearts of readers, as he often cries out to Satan, if only to make some objection to the sequence of events.

Through the continuing hexamter poetic stanzas, the tale continues. It becomes clear that Blake is discussing an incredibly potent spiritual transformation. He is writing about the puzzle of transforming the human being into the incorruptible spiritual form Jesus Christ exemplified and taught was possible. He feels that the resurrection must be true, and that there is something about this that...

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