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( "Auguries of Innocence," 1-4; emphasis added) would entail an ultimately nonfractal expansion rather than fractal iteration (although it may involve fractal strains), an ultimately non-fractal iteration, rather than to fractals, and specifically to the Mandelbrot set, to which it has been often compared in recent years.
I say "analogous" because new minute particulars themselves may be quite different, thus making this dynamics fundamentally nonfractal — that is, the pattern may change with the change of scale — although more fractal-like sequences are found as well in this process, or elsewhere in Blake’s poetry and design.