Spiritual History: A Reading of William Blake's Vala, or the Four Zoas

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents xv
  • Abbreviations xvii
  • A Note on Texts xviii
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I - The Copperplate Text 29
  • I - A History of the Cosmos 31
  • Part II - A Dream of Nine Nights 69
  • 2 - Breaking the Bounds of Destiny 71
  • 3 - A Vision of Progress 89
  • 4 - The Progress of Prophecy 109
  • 5 - The Progress of Reason 124
  • 6 - The Human Abstract 142
  • 7 - The Progress of Empire 161
  • 8 - The Last Judgement 186
  • Part III - The Major Revisions 221
  • 9 - A Christian Vision 223
  • Part IV - Final Changes 281
  • 10 - Buried Beneath the Ruins 283
  • Appendix 1: - Note on the Illustrations 291
  • Appendix 2: Interim Revisions 293
  • Appendix 3: the Gardens of Vala 296
  • Appendix 4: Two Textual Problems 297
  • Select Bibliograpby 299
  • Index 311
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