Urizen

(from the article `English literature`) ...were not likely to be realized in his time, he renewed his efforts to revise his contemporaries` view of the universe and to construct a new ...
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Urizen

In the complex mythology of William Blake, UrizenPronunciation-needed is the embodiment of conventional reason and law. He is usually depicted as a bearded old man; he sometimes bears architect`s tools, to create and constrain the universe; or nets, with which he ensnares people in webs of law and conventional society. Originally, Urizen represen....
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