|←Author Index: Bl||William Blake
An English poet, painter, and printmaker.|
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- Poetical Sketches (1769–1777, printed 1783)
- "then She bore Pale desire…" (fragment, before 1777)
- An Island in the Moon (unfinished c.1787)
- Songs of Innocence 1789
- There is no Natural Religion 1788
- All Religions are One 1788
- The Book of Thel (1789)
- To Nobodaddy
- The French Revolution unpublished (1791)
- Prospectus to the Public 1793
- The Marriage of Heaven and Hell (Between 1790 & 1793)
- Visions of the Daughters of Albion (1793)
- The Gates of Paradise 1793
- America a Prophecy (1793)
- Europe a Prophecy (1794)
- The Book of Urizen (1794)
- Songs of Experience 1794
- Earth's Answer
- The Clod and the Pebble
- Holy Thursday
- The Little Girl Lost
- The Little Girl Found
- The Chimney-Sweeper
- Nurse's Song
- The Sick Rose
- The Fly
- The Angel
- The Tyger
- My Pretty Rose Tree
- Ah, Sunflower
- The Lily
- The Garden of Love
- The Little Vagabond
- The Human Abstract
- Infant Sorrow
- A Poison Tree
- A Little Boy Lost
- A Little Girl Lost
- A Divine Image
- A Cradle Song
- The Schoolboy
- To Tirzah
- The Voice of the Ancient Bard
- The Book of Ahania (1795)
- The Book of Los 1795
- The Song of Los 1795
- Vala, or The Four Zoas 1797 – 1803
- Milton, a Poem in 2 Books. 1804 - 1809 (1821)
- Descriptive Catalogue 1809
- Sibylline Leaves. On Homer's poetry, On Virgil. 1818
- Jerusalem. The Emanation of the Giant Albion 1804 – 1820
- A Vision of the Last Judgment
- The Everlasting Gospel (complete) / The Everlasting Gospel (fragments)
- Letters of William Blake
- [Los the Terrible] With happiness stretchd across the hills.... From the letter to Thomas Butts, 22 November 1802
- Songs and Ballads
- Notebook (or "Rossetti Manuscript") c.1787 – c.1818
- The Ballads (or "Pickering Manuscript")
- Satiric verses and epigrams from Blake's Notebook
- Laocoon (c. 1826-7)
As illustrator (only)
- Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cat, Drowned in a Tub of Gold Fishes, 1798
- The Bard. A Pindaric Ode, 1798
- A Father's Memoirs of his Child, 1805
Works about Blake
- Notes on Blake the illustrator from “Introduction,” A Father's Memoirs of his Child by B. H. Malkin (illustrations by Blake), 1805, pp. xviii-xli.
- Extracts from the Diary, Letters, and Reminiscences of Henry Crabb Robinson (transcribed from the Original MSS. in Dr. Williams's Library, 1810-1852) in William Blake edited by Symons, 1907, Part II (“Records from contemporary sources”).
- Obituary Notices in the 'Literary Gazette' and 'Gentleman's Magazine', reprinted in William Blake, 1907 (edited by Symons) 1827
- "William Blake." The Lives of the Most Eminent British Painters, Sculptors, and Architects. Vol. 2. Cunningham. 1830. 140-79.
- Reprint in William Blake by Arthur Symons, 1907.
- Life of William Blake, by Alexander Gilchrist, D. G. Rossetti, W. M. Rossetti, Anne Gilchrist, 1863 (1880)
- Biography in Nollekens and His Times by J. T. Smith, 1829
- “Essay on Blake,” James Smetham, London Quarterly Review, January 1869.
- Reprint: Essay on Blake by James Smetham in Gilchrist, Life of William Blake (1880), Volume 2
- “Life of Blake,” Frederick Tatham, MS., reprinted in The Letters of William Blake together with His Life by F. Tatham, A. G. B. Russell ed., 1906
Articles from reference works
- Redgrave, Samuel (1878), "Blake, William" in A Dictionary of Artists of the English School: 44–45.
- “Blake, William” in The Nuttall Encyclopædia by James Wood, London: Frederick Warne and Co., Ltd., 1907.
- “Blake, William,” in A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature by John William Cousin, London: J. M. Dent & Sons, 1910.
- “Blake, William (1757-1827),” in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885–1900) in 63 vols. Gilchrist, Anne
- “Blake, William,” The New International Encyclopædia. New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1905.
- “Blake, William” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911
- "William Blake, Poet and Painter", by Edmund Clarence Stedman from Genius, and other essays (1911; piece originally published in 15 January 1881 issue of The Critic).
- Postscript of Letter to The Rev. H. F. Cary, 6 February 1818 by Coleridge
- Fragment of a Letter to Charles Augustus Tulk, 12 February 1818 by Coleridge
- Extract from Diary illustrative of the Times of George the Fourth, by Lady Charlotte Bury, 1820
- Blake's Horoscope reprint, originally in Urania, or the Astrologers Choice. 1825
- extract from Varley's Zodiacal Physiognomy, 1828.
- “The Poems of William Blake,” essay by James Thomson, 1865
- William Blake, a critical essay by Swinburne, 1868
- Poetical sketches by William Blake: now first reprinted from the original edition of 1783. Edited by R H Shepherd. 1868
- The works of William Blake, poetic, symbolic and critical 3 volume edition, edited by Ellis (introduction) and W. B. Yeats, 1893
- William Blake, his life, character and genius by A. T. Story, 1893
- William Blake, Painter and Poet by R. Garnett, 1895
- Facsimile of the original outlines before colouring of the Songs of Innocence and of Experience 1893. Edited by Ellis (introduction)
- The prophetic books of William Blake, Milton, with an Introduction 1904. Edited by Maclagan, E.R.D.; Russell, A.G.B.
- The prophetic books of William Blake, Jerusalem, as above,
- The poetical works of William Blake a new and verbatim text ... edited and annotated by John Sampson, 1905. (transcription project)
- The poetical works of William Blake, including the unpublished 'French Revolution', together with ... edited and annotated by John Sampson, 1913. (transcription project)
- "An Early Appreciation of William Blake". The Library, volume 5, series 3 by K. A. Esdaile 1914
- Blake in The Sacred Wood, by T.S. Eliot, 1920.
- The Sanity of William Blake 1920 by Greville MacDonald
- Bibliography of William Blake 1921 by Geoffrey Keynes
- Blake, Coleridge, Wordsworth, Lamb, etc., being selections from the Remains of Henry Crabb Robinson 1922 E D Morley
- The Writings of William Blake (complete edition) 3 volumes, 1925. by Geoffrey Keynes
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