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CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.
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Scoffers. Mock on, mock on, Voltaire, Rousseau 121
The Agony of Faith. "I see, I see," the mother said 123
Daybreak. To find the western path 124
Thames and Ohio. Why should I care for the men of Thames? 124
Young Love. Are not the joys of morning sweeter 125
Riches. Since all the riches of this world 125
Opportunity. He who bends to himself a joy 126
Seed Sowing. Thou hast a lapful of seed 126
Barren Blossom. I feared the fury of my wind 127
Night and Day. Silent, silent night 127
Love and Deceit. Love to faults is always blind 128
Couplets and Fragments 129
Epigrams and Satirical Pieces on Art and Artists 132


Introductory Note 137
Descriptive Catalogue 139
Public Address 164
Memoranda by Blake of his mode of Engraving 178


Sibylline Leaves
On Homer's Poetry 179
On Virgil 180
The Ghost of Abel 181
A Vision of the Last Judgment 185


Note upon Blake's Engraved Designs 203
Illustrations of the Book of Job
Songs of Innocence and of Experience.


ANNOTATED CATALOGUE OF BLAKE'S PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS.

By William Michael Rossetti.

Introductory Note 205