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Author: William Blake; Vivian de Sola Pinto
Publisher: New York, Schocken Books [1965]
Series: Texts in English literature.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Named Person: William Blake; William Blake
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Blake; Vivian de Sola Pinto
OCLC Number: 356731
Description: 194 pages.
Contents: To spring --
To the evening star --
To morning --
How sweet I roam'd from field to field --
My silks and fine array --
Love and harmony combine --
Memory, hither come --
The wild winds weep --
To the muses --
excerpts from An Island in the Moon --
Old corruption --
Good English hospitality --
Cricket song --
There is no natural religion --
All religions are one --
Songs of Innocence --
Songs of Experience --
The book of Thel --
The speech of Orleans / from The French Revolution --
The marriage of heaven and hell --
Never seek to tell thy love --
I laid me down --
I saw a chapel all of gold --
I asked a thief --
Silent, silent night --
O lapwing --
Thou hast a lap full of seed --
To nobodaddy --
The fairy --
Abstinence and desire --
Eternity --
Lacedemonian instruction --
An answer to the Parson --
An epigram --
An old maid --
Let the brothels of Paris be opened --
When Klopstock England defied --
The song of October / fom Visions of the daughters of Albion --
America, a prophecy --
Blake and the fairy / from Europe, a prophecy --
Enitharmon's dream: the Serpent temple / from Europe, a prophecy --
The song of Enitharmon --
The vision of Urizen: the net of religion / from The book of Urizen --
The lament of Eno / from The book of Los --
The song of Enion / from Vala or the Four Zoas --
The woes of Urizen / from Vala or the Four Zoas --
Urizen's book of brass / from Vala or the Four Zoas --
Los and Enitharmon / from Vala or the Four Zoas --
The regenerate man admonishes the Zoas / from Vala or the Four Zoas --
From a letter to Rev. Dr J. Trusler --
Poems from a letter to Thomas Butts (2 October 1800) --
From a letter to Thomas Butts (10 January 1802) --
Poem from a Letter to Thomas Butts (22 November 1802) --
Mock on, mock on, Voltaire, Rousseau --
Morning --
The golden net --
The mental traveller --
The crystal cabinet --
Auguries of innocence --
Preface to Milton a Poem in 2 books --
Milton descends from Heaven / from Milton a poem in 2 books --
Milton enters the body of Blake / from Milton a poem in 2 books --
Los and Blake / from Milton a poem in 2 books --
Time and space / from Milton a poem in 2 books --
The sons of Los / from Milton a poem in 2 books --
The material universe / from Milton a poem in 2 books --
Beulah laments for Ololon / from Milton a poem in 2 books --
The words of the inspired man / from Milton a poem in 2 books --
excerpts from Annotations to Sir Joshua Reynolds's Discourses --
excerpts from A vision of the last judgement --
Epigrams on Hayley --
Imitation of Pope: a Compliment to the Ladies --
Errors and perfections --
Men and mountains --
On Fuseli --
I rose up at the dawn of day --
Of the measure in which the following poem is written / from Jerusalem --
Los and the spectre / from Jerusalem --
To the Jews / from Jerusalem --
To the Christians / from Jerusalem --
The words of Los / from Jerusalem --
Albion and Jesus / from Jerusalem --
Apocalypse / from Jerusalem --
excerpt from The everlasting gospel --
excerpt from The Gates of Paradise.
Series Title: Texts in English literature.


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