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Author: William Blake; Amelia H Munson
Publisher: New York, Crowell [1964]
Series: Crowell poets.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Blake; Amelia H Munson
OCLC Number: 296276
Description: 151 pages illustrations 21 cm.
Contents: To the muses --
How sweet I roam'd from field to field --
I love the jocund dance --
Fresh from the dewy hill, the merry year --
To summer --
To autumn --
Memory, hither come --
My silks and fine array --
To spring --
To winter --
Mad song --
To morning --
To the evening star --
Prologue intended for a dramatic piece of King Edward the Fourth --
Introduction / from Songs of Innocence --
A dream --
The little girl lost --
The little girl found --
The lamb --
The ecchoing green --
The blossom --
The divine image --
The chimney sweeper --
Nurse's song --
Infant joy --
The shepherd --
Night --
A cradle song --
The little boy lost --
The little boy found --
Holy Thursday --
On another's sorrow --
Spring --
The voice of the ancient bard --
The little black boy --
The school boy --
Laughing song --
Introduction / from Songs of Experience --
Earth's answer --
The chimney sweeper --
The fly --
Holy Thursday --
The Angel --
The tyger --
The clod & the pebble --
My pretty rose tree --
Ah! sun-flower --
The sick rose --
Nurse's song --
The garden of love --
The lilly --
The little vagabond --
London --
The human abstract --
Infant sorrow --
A poison tree --
The little boy lost --
The little girl lost --
A divine image --
I heard an angel singing --
A cradle song --
The land of dreams --
Are not the joys of morning sweeter? --
Love to faults is always blind --
The wild flower's song --
Mock on, mock on Voltaire, Rousseau --
Never pain to tell thy love --
Auguries of innocence --
The sword sung on the barren heath --
If you trap the moment before it's ripe --
Eternity --
Riches --
An answer to the parson --
Why should I care for the men of Thames --
The grey monk --
William Bond --
The smile --
Mary --
Some people admire the work of a fool --
Since all the riches of this world --
Why was Cupid a boy --
Cromek speaks --
You say their pictures well painted be --
The caverns of the grave I've seen --
Dedication of the illustrations to Blair's grave --
I rose up at the dawn of day --
excerpt from The everlasting gospel --
The crystal cabinet --
I give you the end of a golden string --
A memorable fancy / from The marriage of heaven and hell --
Proverbs of hell / from The marriage of heaven and hell --
Selections from The book of Thel --
A prophecy / from America --
Introduction to night the first / from The Four Zoas --
excerpts from Milton A poem in two books --
Milton rose up / from Milton A poem in two books --
The nature of infinity / from Milton A poem in two books --
Open your human gates / from Milton A poem in two books --
The prophet / from Milton A poem in two books --
O go not forth in martyrdoms & wars / from Milton A poem in two books --
The four faces of man / from Milton A poem in two books --
The building of time / from Milton A poem in two books --
The choir of day / from Milton A poem in two books --
Bathe in the waters of life / from Milton A poem in two books --
The last vision / from Milton A poem in two books --
Blake's task / from Jerusalem --
England! Awake! / from Jerusalem --
The fields from Islington to Marybone / from Jerusalem --
It is easier to forgive an enemy.
Series Title: Crowell poets.
Responsibility: Selected by Amelia H. Munson. Illus. by William Blake.

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