Blakean Passages are a series of drawings illustrating text from Willam Blake’s unfinished epic poem The Four Zoas .
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FZ1-12.20; E307| One must be master. try thy Arts I also will try mine
FZ1-12.21; E307| For I percieve Thou hast Abundance which I claim as mine
FZ2-30.4; E319| In cruel delight they trap the listeners, & in cruel delight
FZ2-30.5; E319| Bind them, condensing the strong energies into little compass t581
FZ2-30.6; E319| Some became seed of every plant that shall be planted; some
FZ2-30.7; E319| The bulbous roots, thrown up together into barns & garners