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Every thing which is in harmony with me

Blake manuscript - Notebook 1808 - 93 Every thing

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ADDITIONAL PASSAGE

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Every thing which is in harmony with me I call In harmony — But there may be things which are Not in harmony with Me & yet are in a More perfect Harmony.

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Every thing which is in harmony with me I call In harmony — But there may be things which are Not in harmony with Me & yet are in a More perfect Harmony

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NotesEdit

  1. "Blake Complete Writings", ed. Geoffrey Keynes, pub. OUP 1966/85, p. 559.
  2. "The Complete Poetry & Prose of William Blake", ed. by David V. Erdman, Anchor Books, 1988, p. 695.
 

This work was published before January 1, 1924, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.