Table of contents for William Blake's sexual path to spiritual vision / Marsha Keith Schuchard.
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Introduction: Why Mrs. Blake Cried--William Blake’s Sexual Path to Spiritual Vision
1 Religion of the Heart
2 The Mystical Marriage
3 Sex, Wounds, and Blood
4 The Mirth of the Justified-Sinner Community
5 Swedenborg and Kabbalistic Science
6 Erotic Dreams and Ecstatic Visions
7 Sacramental Sexuality
8 Judaized Yoga
9 Phallic Feet and Tantric Toes
10 Moravian Deaths and Blake Beginnings
11 School of Art and Eros
12 Apprentice in Art and Romance
13 The Celestial Bed
14 The Temple of Hymen
15 Merry Making and Edifying Discourses
16 Animal Magnetism and the Furor Uterinus
17 The Men of Desire
18 Perpetual Virile Potency
19 The Frozen Marriage Bed
20 The Visionary Vulva
21 Priapic Prayer and Randy Antiquarians
22 Kabbalistic Cherubim and Yogic Yonis
23 Thunder of Thought & Flames of Fierce Desire
Appendix: Moravian Archive Letters of Petition
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Blake, William,, -- 1757-1827.
Poets, English -- 18th century -- Biography.
Poets, English -- 19th century -- Biography.
Artists -- Great Britain -- Biography.