All Religions are One.
London: Trianon Press, 1970. 4to, 10 facsimile leaves and 5 pp. of commentary. Original full green morocco, slipcase. Fine as issued. Edition de luxe, this being copy III limited to 36 copies specially bound with extra suites of the plates, of an edition in all of 662 copies. Bentley, Blake Books, 5. All Religions are One (c. 1788) is a small tractate, perhaps Blakes first experiment in his illuminated printing, [it] exists in only one copy. It affirms that the Imagination is the true man... and thus early Blake had completed his revolutionary theory of the nature of man and proclaimed the unity of all true religions. (Damon, Blake Dictionary).
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