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The poetical works of William Blake; a new and verbatim text from the manuscript engraved and letterpress originals (1905).djvu

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CONTENTS

PAGE
Poems from the Poetical Sketches
Bibliographical Preface 2
To Spring 5
To Summer 5
To Autumn 6
To Winter 7
To the Evening Star 7
To Morning 8
Fair Elenor 8
Song: How sweet I roam'd from field to field 11
Song: My silks and fine array 12
Song: Love and harmony combine 12
Song: I love the jocund dance 13
Song: Memory, hither come 14
Mad Song 14
Song: Fresh from the dewy hill, the merry year 15
Song: When early morn walks forth in sober grey 16
To the Muses 17
Gwin, King of Norway 17
An Imitation of Spencer 21
Blind-man's Buff 23
Appendix I
King Edward the Third 26
Prologue, intended for a Dramatic Piece of King Edward the Fourth 40
Prologue to King John 40
A War Song to Englishmen 41
The Couch of Death 42
Contemplation 43
Samson 44
Appendix II
Song by a Shepherd 47
Song by an old Shepherd 47
 
Songs from 'An Island in the Moon'
Bibliographical Preface 50
When old corruption first begun 53
The Song of Phebe and Jellicoe 55
Hail Matrimony, made of Love 55
To be or not to be 56
This city and this country 57
Leave, O leave [me] to my sorrows 58
Appendix 59
 
Songs of Innocence and of Experience
Bibliographical Preface 65
 
Songs of Innocence
Introduction 86
The Ecchoing Green 87
The Lamb 88
Infant Joy 89
The Little Black Boy 90
Laughing Song 91
Spring 91
A Cradle Song 92
Nurse's Song 94
Holy Thursday 95
The Blossom 96
The Chimney Sweeper 97
The Divine Image 98
Night 99
A Dream 100
On Another's Sorrow 101
The Little Boy Lost 102
The Little Boy Found 103
 
Songs of Experience
Introduction 106
Earth's Answer 107
Nurse's Song 108
The Fly 109
The Tyger 110
The Little Girl Lost 116
The Little Girl Found 117
The Clod and the Pebble 119
The Little Vagabond 120
Holy Thursday 121
A Poison Tree 121
The Angel 122
The Sick Rose 123
To Tirzah 123
The Voice of the Ancient Bard 124
My Pretty Rose Tree 125
Ah! Sun Flower 126
The Lilly
The Garden of Love 127
A Little Boy Lost 128
Infant Sorrow 129
The School Boy 130
London 131
A Little Girl Lost 132
The Chimney Sweeper 133
The Human Abstract 134
Appendix
A Divine Image 135
 
Poems from the Rossetti Manuscript
Bibliographical Introduction 138
Earlier Poems 156
Later Poems 183
The Everlasting Gospel 241
 
The Pickering Manuscript
Preface 264
The Smile 269
The Golden Net 270
The Mental Traveller 273
The Land of Dreams 279
Mary 280
The Crystal Cabinet 282
The Grey Monk 283
Auguries of Innocence 286
Long John Brown and Little Mary Bell 295
William Bond 296
 
Poems from Letters
Preface 300
To my dear Friend, Mrs. Anna Flaxman 301
To my Friend Butts I write 302
To Mrs. Butts 304
With happiness stretch'd across the hills 305
O why was I born with a different face? 310
A fairy leapt upon my knee 311
 
Dedication of 'Blake's Illustrations of Blair's Grave'
Preface 314
To the Queen 316
 
Epigrams from Blake's Annotated Copy of Reynolds' Works
Preface 318
Epigrams 320
Poems from the 'Prophetic Books'
Bibliographical Preface 326
From The Book of Thel: Thel's Motto 344
From The Marriage of Heaven and Hell 344
From Visions of the Daughters of Albion: The Argument .... 345
From The Four Zoas:
At the first Sound the Golden Sun 345
Ah! how shall Urizen the King 347
Till thou dost [conquer] the distrest 350
From Milton: And did those feet in ancient time 351
From Jerusalem:
To the Public 352
Such visions have appear'd to me 353
To the Jews 353
Each Man is in his Spectre's power 358
To the Deists 359
To the Christians 361
To the Christians 363
Especially to the Female 364
 
Verses from 'For the Sexes. The Gates of Paradise'
Bibliographical Preface 366
Mutual Forgiveness of each Vice 372
The Keys of the Gates 373
To the Accuser who is The God of this World 377
From the Legends to the Plates 378
 
Index of First Lines 379


ILLUSTRATIONS

Facsimile of Rossetti MS., p. 109 Frontispiece
Facsimile of Rossetti MS., p. 52 To face p. 242