Infinity on the Anvil: A Critical Study of Blake's Poetry

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INDEX
Abyss: 51, 57, 67, 88, 89, 92, 126, 127
Africa: 65
Age of gold: 103
Ahania, Bk. of: 140, 148
Ah! Sun-flower: 111
Akenside, Mark: 5
Albion: 46, 57, 58, 60, 61, 63, 71-74, 132, 146
Allamanda: 143, 150
allegorical abode: 70, 111
Allegory: 2-4
America: 46, 47, 49, cp. plains of A.
America, A Prophecy, 56-66, 74, 84, 95, 124, 148
And did those feet. . .: 143-150
Angel: 19, 29, 61, 62, 108 (cp. Albion)
Angel, The: 108
Antamon: 75, 138
anvil: 125, 127, 133
arrows: 148
art: 125, 142
Atlantic: 43, 46, 47, 58, 61, 62, 73, 135
mountains: 61, 62
attire: vide garment Autumn: 19, 30, 147 (cp. harvest)
bands: vide bonds
bars: 60, 71
Beulah: 125, 149
bird: 18, 25-27, 34, 38, 48, 50, 52, 53, 68, 75, 114
blight: 61, 62, 79, 107, 112
blood: 84, 92, 93, 102
blossom: 29, 103-105, 114, 122 (cp. flower; mirtle; tree)
Blossom, The: 27
bonds: 37, 60, 65, 74, 105 (cp. chain; fetters; manacles) bones: 23, 33, 42, 43, 88, 98, 113
Boston's Angel: 62
bow: 58, 125, 148, 150
bowl: 40
Bowlahoola: 133, 142-143, 150
brass: 60, 73, 82, 85, 87, 89
brazen Book: 73, 82 (cp. One Law) Bromion: 49-56, 64
brook: vide stream building: 23, 33, 39, 55, 63, 82, 112, 136
Butts, letter to: 31, 148-149
cage: 11, 34, 40, 114
Caiaphas: 147
cave: vide cavern cavern: 20, 51, 56, 61, 63-65, 75-76, 87-89, 115
cavern'd man: 63-65
chain: 41, 54, 56-58, 62, 69, 86-87, 95, 104, 112, 122, 125, 127
chariot: 8, 135, 143, 149-50
charter'd Thames: 112
chastity: 70, 105-106, 108, 115, 136
Chaucer: 4
child: 25-30, 34-35, 100-105, 107, 137, 114-115
church: 41, 55, 64, 80, 97, 138, 146
city: 10, 97-99, 112, 138
cliffs: 20, 83, 141 (cp. cavern; rocks; shore)
Clod of Clay, The: 38
clothing: vide garment
clouds: passim, esp. 21, 33, 42, 44-45, 48, 56-59, 65, 73, 79, 113, 125
Cloud, The: 37-38
coast: vide shore cold: 20, 42, 43, 79, 80
Contemplation: 23
Couch of Death, The: 23
C radle Song, A: 101
creation: 58, 59, 72, 77-99, 123-130
curtain: 19, 37, 39-40, 55-56, 90, 93, 101, 103, 149
dale: vide valley darkness: 20, 66, 81, 145
dawn: 12, 18, 20, 37, 42, 76, 103, 117, 119, 122, 129
daylight: 26, 29-30, 113
death: passim, esp. 97-98
decay: 136 (cp. blight; pestilence) deep, the: 56-57, 61, 65, 79, 81, 88, 103, 123-124, 126 (cp. flood; ocean; sea) deluge: vide flood den: 43, 48, 69, 74, 96, 120
desert: vide wilderness dew: 26, 44, 75, 118-119, 129
Diralada: 138
disease: vide pestilence divided Image: 94
division: 10, 24, 39, 72, 78, 84-87, 91-93, 95-98, 100-102, 107-109, 111-112, 123, 127, 136-137, 146
door: 33, 65
dream: 34-35, 71, 76, 90-91
origin of dd.: 90-91
Duchess, The Book of the: 4
dungeon: 97
eagle: 22, 56-57, 141
ears: 88
earth: 88, 120-122, 142
earthquake: 33, 85, 144
Earth's Answer: 117-123
Ecchoing Green, The: 24-25, 27
Eden: 75
Egypt: 140
Eliot T. S., The Sacred Wood: 15
Elynnitria: 70
energy: 40-41
Enion: 137
Enitharmon: 49, 65, 67-76, 89, 93-97, 101
107, 117-123, 133, 140, 142-143
identity of: 67-69
looms of: 144-150
Eno: 125
Eternal Prophet, The: 117-119
Eternals: 78-79, 81, 84, 92, 93, 95, 137
Eternity: 138 (cp. Eternals) eternity's Sunrise: 122

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction on the Nature of Poetic Symbolism 1
  • Chapter I- The Beginnings in Innocence 15
  • Chapter II- The Edge of Experience 31
  • Chapter III- The Conflict in Experience 46
  • Chapter IV- Infinity on the Anvil 77
  • Chapter V- Songs of Experience 100
  • Chapter VI- Disintegration 132
  • Notes 153
  • A Short Reading List 156
  • Index 157
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