The Life of William Blake. (HANDOUT SHEET.)
<Tab/>He lived in London all his life, except for a year he spent in Sussex.
<Tab/>While in Sussex he suffered from writer's block. It was only in London, he wrote, that he could "carry on his visionary studies...see visions, dream dreams."
<Tab/>In the June of 1780 it is suspected that Blake may have participated in the Gordon Riots. The riots were led by Lord George Gordon, a retired navy lieutenant, who was strongly opposed to proposals for Catholic Emancipation.
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- The Life of William Blake. (HANDOUT SHEET.)
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