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CONTENTSList of Illustrations viiAcknowledgements viiiNote by the General Editor ixPreface xiChronological Table of the Life and Work of William Blake xvAbbreviations xxiiiPOEMS1 Poetical Sketches32 Poems written in a copy of Poetical Sketches 403 Songs from An Islandin the Moon 414 All Religions are One and There is No Natural Religion5 Songs of Innocence 536 Tiriel 747 Thel 938 The Marriage of Heaven and Hell 1019 The French Revolution 12410 A Divine Image 14311 Poems from the Notebook, c. 1791-2 14312 Visions of the Daughters of Albion 17213 America18714 Songs of Experience 20815 Europe 22316 The Song of Los 24117 The First Book of Urizen 24818 The Book of Ahania 26919 The Book of Los 27820 Versus written with illustrations to Gray's Poems 28521 Verses written c. 1798-1802 28622 Vala, or The Four Zoas 28723 'When Klopstock Englanddefied' 46924 Poems in letters (1800) 47025 On the Virginity of the Virgin Mary and Joanna Southcott 47426 Poems to Mr. & Mrs. Butts 47527 Notebook drafts, c. 1804 47828 Milton 48729 The 'PickeringManuscript' 58030 To Tirzah 59431 'A fairy skip'd' 59532 'Grown old in love' 59633 To the Queen 59634 Miscellaneous Notebook Verses, c. 1807-9 59735 Miscellaneous Verses, 1809-12 60836 Jerusalem, the Emanation of the Giant Albion 62337 For the Sexes: The Gates of Paradise 84938 The Everlasting Gospel 85339 The Ghost of Abel 869Appendix: Doubtful and Spurious Attributions 873Index of Titles and First Lines 876Index to Notes 886Index to Prose Quotations

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W. H. Stevenson's Blake is a masterpiece of scrupulous and democratic scholarship.

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W. H. Stevenson's Blake is a masterpiece of scrupulous and democratic scholarship.

About the Author

W. H. Stevenson is retired Professor of English at Calabar University, Nigeria."

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"Blake is for strong minds...but not to have read him is to have missed one of the most rewarding experiences in English literature; and this is by far the best book to read him in." Victor Price, BBC "All in all, the Stevenson text surpasses its predecessors in its lucid comprehensibility and should win a wide number of readers." Times Literary Supplement

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