The Complete Poetry and Prose of William Blake - Book 6, Book 6 : Chapter 2, Satiric Verses Summary & Analysis

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Book 6, Book 6 : Chapter 2, Satiric Verses Summary

Here is yet another portion of the book where there is a change in the writings. Here again there are many individual poems. Many of these poems refer to a recurring theme. The poems range from quite short to very long. Three sections headed up by Roman Numerals are covered by this chapter summary. The general trend is that each summary and analysis section covers 50 pages of the text to which it refers.

There are also epitaphs as part of this section. One of them is, "I was buried near this Dike / that my friends may weep as much as they like," (p. 505).

After this, there is the area under Numeral VII entitled The Everlasting Gospel which contains just one poem. This one runs pages in length. There are individual stanzas that are 35 lines long...

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