TEN THINGS TUESDAY: Must-Read Epics and Literature

With two years of university level English studies under my belt, I’m obviously basically a lit genius… lol, no. But I’ve learned from and gathered so much about literature studies, the truths some incredible authors tell within their works, and believe that some of these epics should be read by everyone in order to gain understanding of the way that the Truth of Jesus– Jesus Himself– is always pulling everyone. Of course, the Bible is number one.

“Songs of Innocence and Experience,” by William Blake. 

“The Tyger,” by William Blake.

“Letters,” by John Keats.

“The Prelude,” by William Wordsworth.

“The Rime of the Ancient Mariner,” by Samuel Taylor Coleridge.

“The Marriage of Heaven and Hell,” by William Blake.

(A daring poem that is written from Satan’s perspective)

“Lines Written Above Tintern Abbey,” by William Wordsworth.

“The Lamb,” by William Blake.

“On Another’s Sorrow,” by William Blake.


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Welcome! Ever since I was a little girl I have wanted to own a blog, and I created this one to inspire others and help myself. I am a passionate twenty something-year old woman with a love of cooking, tap dancing, and meeting new people-- and of course, primarily an intention to die to my human self and seek God with my whole being. I will eat anything with peanut butter and love spontaneity. I aim to live life in submission to what Christ has for me. I'm currently studying Christian Theology and English at Wilfrid Laurier University in Ontario, Canada.

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