My name is Minadora Macheret and I am first-year Master’s student at Kansas State University. The purpose of this Digital Humanities project was to blend my love of writing poetry and the work our class has been exploring through our ENGL 825 seminar at Kansas State University regarding the life and Illuminated Manuscripts of William Blake. Throughout this website, you will find images from William Blake’s The Book of Hell, a long poem, and creative criticism unpacking the long poem and Blake’s Book of Hell as it relates to creation myths and my own history and creation stories.
*All images within this website are attributed to http://www.blakearchive.org *
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