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In seed time learn, in harvest teach, in winter enjoy

It was nice to unearth this piece from William Blake, written in the late 18th century. Blake seems to have been a man of many talents, poetry, art, engraving, philosophy. 1,192 more words

Mini Shopping Haul

Just a quick miniature shopping haul! I repurchased the super multifunctional Estee Lauder Daywear Advanced Multi-protection Anti-Oxidant&UV Defense SPF50, which I previously raved about here. 263 more words

Beauty

My Blakean Year -30 days

Feeling weary today and insecure.

I have been working on this series for 11 months now, except few days of being ill.

Been watching the changes in moods and techniques for almost a year now. 45 more words

My Blakean Year

William Blake, The Artist

As a nine year old, William Blake claimed he saw a “tree filled with angels”, moreover, he never outgrew or denounced these visions. His favourite artists were those unappreciated in their time, such as Michelangelo. 1,795 more words

Print Culture

blablablaandgabbler reblogged this on Further Annotations and commented:

'The process of creation followed by production was very important to Blake, bearing in mind that he created a concept, for which there had to be a balance between writing and illustrations. The entire work had to be his, as he envisioned a concept and not a mere book. His name on the frontispiece functioned as a signature, similar to a painter signing his work. He was printer and author, thus explicitly stating he was sole creator of this work. William Blake produced his books as a form of art, very luxurious pieces, they were not intended for the book market.'

A Poison Tree BY WILLIAM BLAKE

I was angry with my friend;

I told my wrath, my wrath did end.

I was angry with my foe:

I told it not, my wrath did grow. 73 more words

Friends

Cold Sympathy: Adam Smith and the self-producing nanomachine

If “sympathy” was the key word for the long eighteenth century, that was because it could be contrasted with “enthusiasm.”  In its contagious ability to spread across bodies and minds, enthusiasm seemed to prove that feelings can be shared, a disturbing prospect on many levels.   408 more words

Review: Misconception by Morgan Black

Title: Misconception (Finnegan Brothers #1)
Author: Morgan Black
Release date: October 6th 2014
Publisher: Metamorphosis Books
Genre: Adult/ Erotica/Contemporary Romance
Source: Netgalley
Format: eARC
Pages:  40… 313 more words

Adult