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  1. Night Thoughts: Or, the Complaint and the Consolation by William Blake, Edward Young, 1996-08-20
  2. The Great Poets William Blake (Naxos Great Poets) by William Blake, 2007-07-01
  3. The Devil as Muse: Blake, Byron, and the Adversary (The Making of the Christian Imagination) by Fred Parker, 2011-02-01
  4. Narrative Unbound : Re-Visioning William Blake's the Four Zoas by Donald Ault, Quasha George, 1995-01-30
  5. Life of William Blake: With Selections from his Poems and Other Writings (Cambridge Library Collection - Printing and Publishing History) (Volume 1) by Alexander Gilchrist, 2010-10-31
  6. The Prophetic Writings of William Blake (English Literature Series) by William Blake, 1994-02
  7. William Blake: Poet and Painter : An Introduction to the Illuminated Verse by Jean H. Hagstrum, 1978-11
  8. William Blake: Visionary Anarchist by Peter Marshall, 1994-01-01
  9. Romantic poets: William Blake to Edgar Allan Poe by W. H Auden, 1982
  10. William Blake: The Painter at Work
  11. William Blake's Poetry (Reader's Guides) by Jonathan Roberts, 2007-04-28
  12. William Blake and the Impossible History of the 1790s by Saree Makdisi, 2002-12-15
  13. Other Sorrows, Other Joys: The Marriage of Catherine Sophia Boucher and William Blake by Janet Warner, 2003-12-15
  14. William Blake and the Cultures of Radical Christianity by Robert Rix, 2007-07-30

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82. William Blake's Proverbs Of Hell
A selected and modified version of william blake's Proverbs of Hell.

83. Biografía - Blake, William
blake, william Nacionalidad Gran Bretaña Londres (1757) - Londres (1827) Estilo Romanticismo Inglés.
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84. Blake And Union
of resources; online text archives.......Union's Schaffer Library holds the rare and beautiful Trianon Press Editions of william blake's illuminated works.

85. ExtraTEXTure Presents: Wm. Blake's The First Book Of Urizen
The First Book of Urizen. by william blake. Table of Contents. Preludium, Chapter Also by william blake. Elenor. For Your Home Library The Urizen
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Verses (part b) Chapter Five Verses Chapter Six Verses Chapter Seven Verses Chapter Eight Verses Chapter Nine Verses fini
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The Urizen Books: The First Book of Urizen, the Book of Ahania, the Book of Los (Blake's Illuminated Books, Vol 6)
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86. William Blake Biography Pictures Portrait Books Online Forum
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87. MSN Encarta - Blake, William
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88. Contents
Hyperlinked, annotated collection of blake's works edited by David V. Erdman.
, The Complete Poetry and Prose of William Blake
edited by David V. Erdman All Religions are One
There is No Natural Religion [a]

There is No Natural Religion [b]

The Book of Thel
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89. Literary Encyclopedia: Blake, William
blake, william. (1757 1827). william blake was born in 1757 near Golden Square, London, into a skilled working-class family, his father an artisan.

blake, william (1757 1827). a web guide to william blake from Search Elibrary for published articles about william blake.
Blake, William (1757 - 1827) a web guide to William Blake from main page 19th century authors 20th century authors 20th century outline ... extended search Critical Articles A substantial introduction to Blake by scholar David Punter, from Literary Encyclopedia, a highly reputable internet resource created by a global network of scholars. An introduction to Blake, and the text of "Night," from Poetry magazine. A scholarly article discusses how, by combining many genres and choosing genres which originate in sound or speech, the The Marriage of Heaven and Hell merges Blake's Higher Criticism with an emphasis on oral culture. "Blake's Poetics of Sound in The Marriage of Heaven and Hell ," by Susan P. Reilly in Romanticism on the Net. A scholarly article discusses Blake's Milton and how Blake's notion of the sublime differed from usual early nineteenth century ideas of the sublime. "The Sublime of the Bible," by David M. Baulch in Romanticism on the Net.

91. William Blake
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93. Poet Index For Representative Poetry On-line
Archived at the University of Toronto's Representative Poetry Online website.
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  • Joseph Addison
  • Mark Akenside
    Amelia Alderson ( see Amelia Opie
  • Cecil Frances Alexander
    Ellen Alleyne ( see Christina Rossetti
  • William Allingham
    Anodos ( see Mary Elizabeth Coleridge
  • Matthew Arnold
  • Anne Askew
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  • J. E. Ball (fl. 1904-1906)
  • Mary Barber
  • Richard Harris Barham
  • Sabine Baring-Gould
  • William Barnes ...
  • Richard Barnfield
    Elizabeth Barrett ( see Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • David Bates
  • Katharine Lee Bates
  • Thomas Bateson (ca. 1570-1630)
  • Joseph Warren Beach
  • James Beattie
  • Francis Beaumont
  • Thomas Lovell Beddoes ...
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  • Arthur Christopher Benson
    Mary Berwick ( see Adelaide Procter
  • Ambrose Bierce
  • Robert Blair
  • William Blake
    Phyllis Bloom ( see Phyllis Gotlieb
  • Louise Bogan
  • Francis William Bourdillon
  • A. P. Bowen (fl. 1918-1919)
  • William Lisle Bowles
  • Gamaliel Bradford
  • Anne Bradstreet (ca. 1612-1672) Tabitha Bramble ( see Mary Robinson
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  • Robert Bridges
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  • William Browne
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  • 94. LookSmart - Directory - Blake, William
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    Artwork of the symbolist painter poet casts a spell over it's audience. Read a commentary, or see images of "Glad Day" and "The Ancient of Days."
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    Artist database includes an overview of the popular Romanticist. View "The Body of Abel Found by Adam and Eve" and "The Ancient of Days."
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    Project features Blake's poems and writings as well as his illustrations. Peruse his "Songs of Innocence and of Experience."
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    Provides a biographical sketch of the English visionary artist and poet. View a piece from the Getty's collection "Satan Exulting Over Eve." Blake, William - National Gallery of Art
  • 95. Poets' Corner - William Blake - Selected Works
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        A ND did those feet in ancient time
        Walk upon England's mountains green?
        And was the holy Lamb of God
        On England's pleasant pastures seen?
        And did the Countenance Divine
        Shine forth upon our clouded hills?
        And was Jerusalem builded here
        Among these dark Satanic mills?
        Bring me my bow of burning gold:
        Bring me my arrows of desire:
        Bring me my spear: O clouds unfold!
        Bring me my chariot of fire.
        I will not cease from mental fight,
        Nor shall my sword sleep in my hand
        Till we have built Jerusalem
        In England's green and pleasant land.
        William Blake
      Auguries of Innocence
        T O see a World in a Grain of Sand
        And a Heaven in a Wild Flower,
        Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand
        And Eternity in an hour.
        A Robin Red breast in a Cage
        Puts all Heaven in a Rage.
        Shudders Hell thro' all its regions.
        A dog starv'd at his Master's Gate
        Predicts the ruin of the State.
        A Horse misus'd upon the Road
        Calls to Heaven for Human blood.
        Each outcry of the hunted Hare
        A fibre from the Brain does tear.
        A Skylark wounded in the wing

    96. Blake, William
    blake, william. Nelson Hilton. Notes and Bibliography. william blake, The Complete Poetry and Prose of william blake (ed. David V. Erdman, rev.
    Blake, William
    The saturation of William Blake (1757-1827), an engraver by trade, in the practice and history of painting and printmaking grounded a preoccupation with style, vision, and reproduction. Confronting the alienating imperatives toward standardization and specialization in London's late-eighteenth-century publishing industry, Blake countered that culture by authoring, calligraphing, illustrating, singeing, etching, printing, binding, and publishing his own work. Such strength of commitment compounded with the haunting psychocultural "myth-mash" drama of his "giant forms" in a composite art form that was the subject of the early work of a number of theoretically inclined critics, for example, Hazard Adams ( William Blake, Harold Bloom Blake's Apocalypse, Northrop Frye Fearful Symmetry, 1947), and E. D. Hirsch ( Innocence and Experience,
    Blake's scattered critical formulations reflect largely his training in the visual arts; they are difficult to reconcile with each other and, especially, with his literary practice and its many strategies for dissemination (unusual punctuation, puns, variant "copies" of a given title). His recurrent emphasis on "line" may be contrasted with the then dominant "finished" style of engraving, whose pretension to mime in monochrome tone, color, and shadow required decomposing the image into a tedious system of tiny cross-hatchings or dots and lozenges; the polished style of Augustan poetry, with its code of diction and allusion, made for Blake a kind of literary analog. In the labored mediation that such style demands, Blake saw the illusion underlying any attempt to represent external nature (or historical acts); drawing directly on the copperplate, he argued, offers an unmediated line from the beholder to the artist's insight into the artificial nature of reality ("Mental Things are alone Real,"

    97. - Masters - William Blake
    Sixteen poems by the acclaimed writer.
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    98. Quotes - William Blake , William Blake Quotations, William Blake Sayings - Famou
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    William Blake No bird soars too high, if he soars with his own wings. William Blake Never seek to tell thy love, Love that never told can be; For the gentle wind does move Silently, invisibly. William Blake A truth that's told with bad intent beats all the lies you can invent.

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    100. Understanding William Blake's "The Tyger"
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    Understanding William Blake's "The Tyger"
    Ed Friedlander, M.D. As an online William Blake fan, I receive at least one request per month from students asked to interpret William Blake's wonderful lyric, "The Tyger." The contrast with "The Lamb" is obvious. ("Little Lamb, who made thee? Dost thou know who made thee?" The answer is God, who became incarnate as Jesus the Lamb.) "The Tyger" asks, "Did he who made the Lamb make thee?" And the answer is, "Yes, God made the Tyger too." Translate this page automatically To understand "The Tyger" fully, you need to know Blake's symbols. One of the central themes in his major works is that of the Creator as a blacksmith. This is both God the Creator (personified in Blake's myth as Los) and Blake himself (again with Los as his alter-ego.) Blake identified God's creative process with the work of an artist. And it is art that brings creation to its fulfillment by showing the world as it is, by sharpening perception, by giving form to ideas. Blake's story of creation differs from the Genesis account. The familiar world was created only after a cosmic catastrophe. When the life of the spirit was reduced to a sea of atoms, the Creator set a limit below which it could not deteriorate farther, and began creating the world of nature. The longer books that Blake wrote describe Los's creation of animals and people within the world of nature. One particularly powerful passage in "Milton" describes Los's family weaving the bodies of each unborn child.

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