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William Blake

Author Code: EWBL

Born: Nov. 28, 1757 - London, England

Died: Aug. 12, 1827 - London, England

Blake was educated at home until the age of 10 when he began an apprenticeship as an engraver. In 1779 he entered the Royal Academy Schools where he continued his studies of art. In 1783, he published his first collection of poems, Poetical Sketches, which had been funded by friends such as John Flaxman. In 1789, he both engraved and published his Songs of Innocence which was much admired. Later that same year he published The Book of Thel, another excursion into the mystical for which Blake was becoming known. Blake engraved most of his own poetry on plates on which he surrounded the text by hand coloured illustrations. He also worked on many other publications providing illustrations and watercolours for such works as Dante's Divine Comedy and the Book of Job. His other main works include Tiriel (1789), The French Revolution (1791), America (1793), Visions of the Daughters of Albion (1793), Songs of Experience (1794), The Book of Urizen (1794), The Book of Ahania (1795), The Book of Los (1795), Vala (1797), Milton (1808) and Jerusalem (1820).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
EWBL002 Songs of Experience
  The Angel
  The Chiney-Sweeper
  The Clod and the Pebble
  A Cradle Song
  A Divine Image
  Earth's Answer
  The Fly
  The Garden of Love
  Holy Thursday
  The Human Abstract
  Infant Sorrow
  Introduction
  The Lily
  A Little Boy Lost
  The Little Girl Found
  A Little Girl Lost
  The Little Girl Lost
  The Little Vagabond
  London
  My Pretty Rose Tree
  Nurse's Song
  A Poison Tree
  The Schoolboy
  The Sick Rose
  Ah, Sunflower
  The Tiger
  To Tirzah
  The Voice of the Ancient Bard
1794 20 130k eBook Download PDF - 'Songs of Experience' (EWBL002) Find a printed copy of Songs of Experience by William Blake at AbeBooks
EWBL001 Songs of Innocence
  On Another's Sorrow
  The Blossom
  The Chimney-Sweeper
  A Cradle Song
  The Divine Image
  A Dream
  The Echoing Green
  Holy Thursday
  Infant Joy
  The Lamb
  Laughing Song
  The Little Black Boy
  The Little Boy Found
  The Little Boy Lost
  Night
  Nurse's Song
  The Shepherd
  Spring
1789 15 117k eBook Download PDF - 'Songs of Innocence' (EWBL001) Find a printed copy of Songs of Innocence by William Blake at AbeBooks

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