Original text from an illuminated manuscript by William Blake, Printed and published by Blake in Songs of Experience (later in Songs of Innocence and Experience), it is perhaps the most anthologised poem in the English language.
- Original editions
- 'The Tyger', with unpublished transcription of an original copy (1794)
- 'The Tyger', monochrome plate in Facsimile of the original outlines before colouring of the Songs of Innocence and of Experience, E Ellis. (1893)
- 'The Tyger' reproduction in William Blake, painter and poet 1895
- Typeset editions
- 'The Tiger' in Malkin's A Father's memoirs of his child 1805
- 'The Tiger' in Gilchrist's Life of Blake, vol. 2 1863
- 'The Tiger' in Gilchrist's Life of Blake, vol. 2 1880. edited by D G Rossetti
- 'The Tiger and The Tiger (second version)' in The poetical works of William Blake (Aldine edition, 1890), edited by D G Rosetti, W M Rossetti
- 'The Tyger' in 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 , 1905. J Sampson.
- 'The Tiger' F Tatham, MS. (Life of Blake) in A. G. B. Russell, ed., The letters of William Blake; together with a life by Frederick Tatham, 1906. New York: Scribner's sons. p. 42
- 'Der Tiger', (Vaterländisches Museum, 1811.)