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Another : Here lies John Trot, the friend of all mankind . . 221
When France got free, Europe, 'twixt fools and knaves . .221
On the virginity of the Virgin Mary and Johanna Southcott . . 221
Imitation of Pope : a compliment to the Ladies . . . 221
When a man has married a wife, he finds out whether . . . 221
To Chloe's breast young Cupid slyly stole . . . . .221
TlRIEL 225
The Book of Thel 241
/'The Marriage of Heaven and Hell . . . .247
The French Revolution 263
A Song of Liberty 283
Visions of the Daughters of Albion . . . .285
America : a Prophecy 293
Europe : a Prophecy 303
" The [First] Book of Urizen 313
The Song of Los 331
The Book of Los 335
■ The Book of Ahania 34 r
Selections from 'The Four Zoas'
Introduction to Night the First 349
The Wanderer . • i • ' * 35°
A Vision of Eternity 35°
The Song sung at the Feast of Los and Enitharmon . . .350
The Song of Enitharmon over Los . . . . . • 35 1
The Wail of Enion . 352
Winter 354
The Woes of Urizen in the Dens of Urthona . . . -354
Los in his Wrath 356
The War-Song of Ore 357
Vala's Going Forth 357
Urizen's Words of Wisdom 35^
The Shade of Enitharmon : . . 359
The Serpent Ore 359