The Marriage of Heaven and Hell by William Blake

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“If the doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.”

William Blake
1757–1827

Click here for the LibriVox recording of The Marriage of Heaven and Hell by William Blake.
Click here for the Library of Congress’ full text.

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About Russell Boyle

Russell Boyle is a mathematics teacher, writer, and poet. His poetry anthologies are titled The Beginning, Footprints and Loneliness. Russell is the author of the Year 7 to 8 Mathematics Short-Answer Tasks, the Year 7 to 10 Mathematics Multiple-Choice Tasks, the Year 9 to 10 Extended-Response Tasks, the solutions to the Year 12 VCAA Mathematics Exams and the Web-Programming For Beginners series of courses. Sample poems and questions may be downloaded from http://russellboyle.com
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7 Responses to The Marriage of Heaven and Hell by William Blake

  1. Jackie says:

    “For man has closed himself up, till he sees all things through narrow chinks of his cavern.”
    One of my favorites. “The Doors Of Perception” is also an interesting essay. Excellent choice! Thank you, Russell.

  2. renxkyoko says:

    That’s kind of deep. * sweatdrops*

  3. Aquileana says:

    Excellent share dear Russell. Best wishes from Aquileana 😉

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