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Collected Poems : Routledge Classics - William Blake

Collected Poems

Routledge Classics

By: William Blake, W. B. Yeats (Editor), Tom Paulin (Introduction by)

Paperback Published: 11th July 2002
ISBN: 9780415289856
Number Of Pages: 304

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William Blake is a poet without parallel, who remains a source of wisdom and inspiration to countless individuals throughout the world.

This selection was commissioned in 1905 by the firm of George Routledge from W.B. Yeats, who had previously been one of the pioneer editors of Blake's prophetic books. Yeats, one of the few poets whose work could be compared with that of Blake, prepared a unique selection of his poetic and prose writings. There is no better way to encounter the work of one poetic genius than as it is presented by another, and Yeats understood Blake in a way few others did.

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'It was like God had a human voice, with all the infinite tenderness and anciency and mortal gravity of a living Creator speaking to his son.' - Allen Ginsberg on the voice of William Blake

Introduction to the Routledge Classics Editionp. xi
Introductionp. xviii
Poetical Sketches
To Springp. 3
To Summerp. 3
To Autumnp. 4
To Winterp. 5
To the Evening Starp. 5
To Morningp. 6
Song.--How Sweet I Roamedp. 6
Song.--My Silks and Fine Arrayp. 7
Song.--Love and Harmony Combinep. 7
Song.--I Love the Jocund Dancep. 8
Song.--Memory, Hither Comep. 9
Mad Song.--The Wild Winds Weepp. 9
Song.--Fresh from the Dewy Hillp. 10
Song.--When Early Mornp. 11
To the Musesp. 12
An Imitation of Spenserp. 12
Blind-Man's Buffp. 14
King Edward the Thirdp. 16
Songs of Innocence
Introductionp. 47
The Shepherdp. 47
The Echoing Greenp. 48
The Lambp. 49
The Little Black Boyp. 49
The Blossomp. 50
The Chimney-Sweeperp. 51
The Little Boy Lostp. 52
The Little Boy Foundp. 52
Laughing Songp. 52
A Cradle Songp. 53
The Divine Imagep. 54
Holy Thursdayp. 55
Nightp. 55
Springp. 57
Nurse's Songp. 58
Infant Joyp. 58
A Dreamp. 59
On Another's Sorrowp. 59
Songs of Experience
Introductionp. 65
Earth's Answerp. 65
The Clod and the Pebblep. 66
Holy Thursdayp. 67
The Little Girl Lostp. 67
The Little Girl Foundp. 69
The Chimney-Sweeperp. 71
Nurse's Songp. 71
The Sick Rosep. 72
The Flyp. 72
The Angelp. 73
The Tigerp. 73
My Pretty Rose Treep. 74
Ah, Sunflowerp. 75
The Lilyp. 75
The Garden of Lovep. 75
The Little Vagabondp. 76
Londonp. 76
The Human Abstractp. 77
Infant Sorrowp. 78
A Poison Treep. 78
A Little Boy Lostp. 79
A Little Girl Lostp. 79
A Divine Imagep. 81
A Cradle Songp. 81
The Schoolboyp. 82
To Tirzahp. 83
The Voice of the Ancient Bardp. 83
Ideas of Good and Evil
Daybreakp. 87
The Wild Flower's Songp. 87
Auguries of Innocencep. 88
Young Lovep. 88
The Birdsp. 88
The Land of Dreamsp. 89
To Mr. Buttsp. 90
To My Dear Friend, Mrs. Anna Flaxmanp. 92
The Pilgrimp. 93
Proverbsp. 93
The Gates of Paradisep. 97
A Song of Sorrowp. 100
In a Myrtle Shadep. 100
Freedom and Captivityp. 100
The Two Thronesp. 101
The Two Kinds of Richesp. 102
Smile and Frownp. 102
Night and Dayp. 103
The Two Songsp. 103
Thames and Ohiop. 104
The Defiled Sanctuaryp. 104
Scoffersp. 105
The Grey Monkp. 105
The Everlasting Gospelp. 107
To Old Nobodaddyp. 116
Barren Blossomp. 116
Opportunityp. 117
Love's Secretp. 117
The Will and the Wayp. 117
Cupidp. 118
The Thistles and Thornsp. 118
The Golden Netp. 119
The Crystal Cabinetp. 120
The Mental Travellerp. 121
Spectre and Emanationp. 124
William Bondp. 127
Maryp. 129
Old English Hospitalityp. 131
Los the Terriblep. 131
Dedication of the Designs to Blair's "Grave"p. 134
For a Picture of the Last Judgmentp. 135
Couplets and Fragmentsp. 135
The Prophetic Books
Tirielp. 143
The Book of Thelp. 157
The Marriage of Heaven and Hellp. 162
Visions of the Daughters of Albionp. 178
Ahaniap. 187
From "Vala"p. 198
The Song of Enitharmonp. 198
Universal Humanityp. 199
From "Jerusalem"p. 200
To the Publicp. 200
To the Jewsp. 201
To the Deistsp. 204
To the Christianp. 205
From the Poem itselfp. 208
From "Milton"p. 211
Prose Fragments
On His Picture of the Canterbury Pilgrimsp. 217
Identityp. 230
Minute Knowledgep. 231
The Nature of a Last Judgmentp. 232
Why Men Enter Heavenp. 233
Learning Without Imaginationp. 233
Form and Substance Are Onep. 233
Good and Evilp. 234
The Clearness of Visionp. 234
Outline in Art and Lifep. 235
The Trees of Knowledge and of Lifep. 235
There Is No Natural Religion, I, IIp. 236
Notesp. 241
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ISBN: 9780415289856
ISBN-10: 0415289858
Series: Routledge Classics
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 11th July 2002
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 19.7 x 13.3  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.34
Edition Number: 2
Edition Type: New edition

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