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Q: Who is Los in William Blake's works?

Ricardo R.I am studying William Blake and I am looking for suggestions about sources/books/analyses of his mythological writings. More specifically, I am interested in exploring the character of Los, the fallen form of Urthona, and I need to read about him. Can you please give me some advice on what books ...

 
 
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1:50 PM
@Sciborg Skeletons: The Frame of Life. Oxford University Press.
 
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Q: Am I right in understanding the phrases in bold parts?

Viser HashemiThis passage is from The children's Bach by Helen Garner Athena worked her way forward as far as the front row of non-dancers. She was blasted by noise but fired with curiosity. She could not tell which instrument was producing which sound, but she heard a guitar playing something that started a...

 
3:13 PM
The Oxford Handbook of Comic Book Studies. Warning: the book's price is not to be laughed at.
 
 
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10:44 PM
I finally ended up joining meta-se and I have the new-user jitters again
It was worst when I first joined Puzzling because I had no real understanding of what to expect, and then it was a little better for Lit because I knew my answer was good by site standards, and now oh goodness back in full force for meta
 

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