This paper makes no pretense of being all-embracing. Rather it follows a subsidiary factor in Blake's thought from its obscure origin to its unique fulfillment. It attempts to uncover in Blake's personal life the causes of his attitude toward sex, to visualize the effect this attitude had on his thought, and to point out the important place that sex occupies in Blake's completed cosmology.
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Mather, George Victor. "The Sex Factor in Blake's Cosmology." (1948). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/engl_etds/157