The Complete Poetry and Prose of William Blake - Book 7, Book 7 : Chapter 2, Misc. & Letters Summary & Analysis

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Book 7, Book 7 : Chapter 2, Misc. & Letters Summary

Of the final two sections, one is referred to as Miscellaneous writings and the very last contains private letters written and sent by William Blake during his life. The most prominent piece of the Miscellaneous works is unquestionably the letter in which Mr. Blake's new invention is introduced to the public. At long last, when this letter is read, the mystery of those Illuminated Plates is revealed, or, as it were, fully explained.

The private letters come last. These provide an alternative narrative voice of their author. The reason for the communication is most often work and money. William Blake is most often writing to his best funding source, a Mr. H., Esquire who lives in the county of Sussex in the Southern part of England. He is normally updating his colleague on the status...

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