The literary remains of William Blake fall into three broad and generally recognized divisions, poetry, prose, and the prophetic books.
The literary remains of William Blake fall into three broad and generally recognized divisions, poetry, prose, and the prophetic books. The present work is a complete collection of Blake's poems, including all lyrical and metrical pieces scattered throughout his prose works and visionary writings.
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Blake, William, 1757-1827. Poems from the Poetical sketches. Songs from 'An island in the moon. Poems from the Rossetti manuscript. Pickering manuscript. Dedication of 'Blake's illustrations of Blair's grave. -Epigrams from Blake's annotated copy of Reynolds' works. Poems from the 'Prophetic books. -Verses from 'For the sexes. The gates of paradise. MoreLess Show More Show Less.
Blake, William, 1757-1827; Sampson, John. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Author: Sampson, John.
The literary remains of William Blake fall into three broad and generally recognized divisions, poetry, prose, and . The primary object has been to recover and present Blake's own version of his poetry without the customary attempts at emendation.
Engraved on a single plate from the first draft of the poem on pp. 109, 108 (reversed) of the MS. Book. The MS. readings, too numerous to be readily intelligible in footnotes, are given in full in the appended note on the different versions of 'The Tyger. I think that he struck out the number "3" in front of the first line of this stanza by accident, meaning to erase the first word "And. Above the fifth stanza, though probably written after it, is a revised version of stanza 2, which differs from that finally adopted.
a new and verbatim text from the manuscript engraved and letterpress originals. Poems from the "Prophetic books. Verses from "For the sexes. by William Blake, Geoffrey Moore. Published 1973 by Milford House in Boston Poems from the "Prophetic books. Reprint of the 1905 e. published by Clarendon Press, Oxford.
William Blake (1757–1827). W. Blake; Uil'iam Bleik; Blake. British-English painter, poet, writer, theologian, collector and engraver. The poetical works of William Blake; a new and verbatim text from the manuscript engraved and letterpress originals. With variorum readings and bibliographical notes and prefaces.