The Complete Poetry and Prose of William Blake - Book 7, Book 7 : Chapter 1, Inscriptions Summary & Analysis

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Book 7, Book 7 : Chapter 1, Inscriptions Summary

This begins as a continuation of the preceding summary chapter. Readers will recall earlier that there was one set of etchings included along with inscriptions. In this particular case, the set constituted a written poem. Upon first glance at least, there does not seem to be the depth of rhyme or reason for the specific sequence of pictures or phrases that turn out to be lines to a coherent poem.

Here then is a list of the inscriptions: Joseph of Arimathea among The Rocks of Albion, Albion rose from where he labourd at the Mill with Slaves, Our End is Come, [List of Subjects for the history of England], Exodus [from] Egypt, [Inscriptions on separate illuminated plates], [On Sketches for Emblems], [List of Apostles], [Lettering on Sketches for Title Pages], [Miscellaneous Inscriptions on Designs], [Inscriptions on Tombstones...

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