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WILLIAM BLAKE AND HIS ILLUSTRATIONS TO THE DIVINE COMEDY The Database of Ornament                                           II. HIS OPINIONS ON DANTE     AS Blake sat bent over the great…

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TWO FOOLISH HEARTS The Database of Ornament SUMMER had passed, the harvest was ingathered, and the days began to close in.         At the Hill Farm…

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PIEUSEMENT The Database of Ornament             A nuit d’hiver élève au ciel son pur calice.            Et je lève mon cceur aussi, mon cœur nocturne,            Seigneur, mon cceur !…

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FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE The Database of Ornament                                             III     SO far I have attempted to follow with little or no comment what seems to me the main…

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STELLA MALIGNA The Database of Ornament A Woman speaks:MY little slave!            Wouldst thou escape me? Only in the grave.            I will be poison to thee, honey-sweet,             And,…

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THE DYING OF FRANCIS DONNE The Database of Ornament         “Memento homo, quia pulvis es et in pulverem reverteris”                                                                      I     HE had lived so long in…

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THREE SONNETS The Database of Ornament “S” The Database of Ornament “W”                    HAWKER OF MORWENSTOW     STRONG shepherd of thy sheep, pasturers of the sea :…

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THE GINGERBREAD FAIR AT VINCENNES The Database of Ornament                                                       A COLOUR-STUDY                                                                          I THE tram rolls heavily through the sunshine, on the way to Vincennes.  The…

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THE SONG OF THE WOMEN The Database of Ornament                                   A WEALDEN TRIO                                            1st Voice: WHEN ye’ve got a child ’at ’s whist for want of…

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DOCTOR AND PATIENT The Database of Ornament     THE doctor sat at the bedside of his old friend, now his patient, who was dying, inevitably dying.…