The Complete Poetry and Prose of William Blake Setting & Symbolism

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Albionappears in The Book of Urizen and More

This is the ancient name for Britain. The author refers to his homeland using this name repeatedly during the work. He frequently refers to this in relation to poems or comments about the Druids, including the Bard.

Blake also refers to Albion when he gives the prophecies. In this sense it is important to realize that Albion is not a purely imaginary location. This location appears in both fictionalized and actual forms during The Complete Poetry & Prose of William Blake.

Jerusalemappears in Jerusalem & elsewhere

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

Jerusalem, the book, has four chapters. It is in exquisite poetic verse and has been produced on printing materials.

London, Englandappears in Various

This is the capital city of the nation of England. The city was settled...

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