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In such articles and paintings as “Songs of Innocence: the Chimney Sweeper”, “The Clod and the Pebble”, and through the paintings and writings in his “Books of Urizen.” William Blake used the ideas of Death and God, along with several thoughts on the failures of love and imagination.
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