Glorious Incomprehensible: The Development of Blake's Kabbalistic Language
Bucknell University Press, 2001 - 202 pages
Traces the evolution of hebraic etymologies and mystical grammars as indicators of a profound shift in Blake's subjective consciousness from the earliest prose tracts, worked on before 1790, to the last years of his life, when he was still completing 'Jerusalem'.
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