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What is your favorite type of William Blake's written works, based upon the categorical divisions used in the book? Give at least one reason why.

Do you think William Blake is such a great artist? Why or why not.

Agree or disagree with Blake's belief that the Spiritual realm and the Imagination are of the same realm and that both are in truth more powerful than the physical realm, especially for those who cease to be 'enslaved' to the material and sensory forms of experience. Defend your answer. If you really don't know or feel unsure, describe why.

Is it a big deal that William Blake had read the works of many dead philosophers from the ancient world as well as more recent 'famous thinkers'?

Do you think Blake was a 'good guy', a 'bad guy' or a mixture of these? Defend your answer...

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