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William Blake : Selected Poems (Oxford World's Classics) (New)

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'To see a World in a Grain of Sand'And a Heaven in a Wild FlowerHold Infinity in the palm of your handAnd Eternity in an hour'William Blake wrote some of the most moving and memorable verse in the English language. Deeply committed to visionary and imaginative experience, yet also fiercely engaged with the turbulent politics of his era, he is now recognised as a major contributor to the Romantic Movement. This edition presents Blake's poems in their literary categories and genres to which they belong: his much-loved lyrics, ballads, comic and satirical verse, descriptive and discursive poems, verse epistles, and, finally, his remarkable 'prophetic' poems, including the whole of his two diffuse epics, Milton and Jerusalem. Blake's poetry is intellectually challenging as well as formally inventive, and this edition has a substantial critical introduction which places his ideas in the contemporary context of the Enlightenment and the artistic reaction against its key assumptions.

Table of Contents

Abbreviations                                      xii
Introduction xiii
Note on the Text xxxvi
Select Bibliography xxxviii
A Chronology of William Blake xliv
LYRICS 3 (346)
Lyrics from Poetical Sketches 3 (5)
Song (`How sweet I roam'd from field to 3 (1)
field')
Song (`My silks and fine array') 3 (1)
Song (`Love and harmony combine') 4 (1)
Song (`I love the jocund dance') 5 (1)
Song (`Memory, hither come') 5 (1)
Mad Song 6 (1)
Song (`Fresh from the dewy hill, the 6 (1)
merry year')
Song (`When early morn walks forth in 7 (1)
sober grey')
To the Muses 8 (1)
Manuscript Poems from Ann Flaxman's copy of 8 (1)
Poetical Sketches
Song 1st by a shepherd 8 (1)
Song 3rd by an old shepherd 9 (1)
Songs of Innocence and of Experience 9 (1)
Shewing the Two Contrary States of the
Human Soul
Songs of Innocence 9 (15)
Introduction 9 (1)
Infant Joy 10 (1)
The Shepherd 11 (1)
A Cradle Song 11 (1)
The Lamb 12 (1)
The Blossom 13 (1)
Nurse's Song 13 (1)
Holy Thursday 14 (1)
The Ecchoing Green 14 (1)
On Anothers Sorrow 15 (1)
Spring 16 (1)
The School Boy 17 (1)
The Divine Image 18 (1)
Chimney Sweeper 18 (1)
Laughing Song 19 (1)
The Little Black Boy 20 (1)
Voice of the Ancient Bard 20 (1)
Night 21 (1)
The Little Boy lost 22 (1)
The Little Boy found 23 (1)
A Dream 23 (1)
Songs of Experience 24 (15)
Introduction 24 (1)
Earth's Answer 24 (1)
Infant Sorrow 25 (1)
A Little Girl Lost 26 (1)
Nurse Song 27 (1)
The Angel 27 (1)
The Sick Rose 28 (1)
Garden of Love 28 (1)
The Little Vagabond 28 (1)
The Human Abstract 29 (1)
The Little Girl Lost 30 (1)
The Little Girl Found 31 (2)
A Little Boy Lost 33 (1)
The Chimney Sweeper 34 (1)
The Fly 34 (1)
A Poison Tree 35 (1)
London 35 (1)
The Tyger 36 (1)
My Pretty Rose Tree 37 (1)
Ah! Sun-Flower 37 (1)
The Lilly 37 (1)
Holy Thursday 38 (1)
The Clod & the Pebble 38 (1)
Poems Added to Later Copies of Songs of 39 (1)
Innocence and of Experience
To Tirzah 39 (1)
A Divine Image 39 (1)
Lyrics from the Marriage of Heaven and Hell 40 (2)
The Argument 40 (1)
A Song of Liberty 40 (2)
Lyrics from the `Notebook', c.1793--1811 42 (3)
`Silent Silent Night' 42 (1)
The Wild Flowers Song 42 (1)
`Love to faults is always blind' 43 (1)
`Are not the joys of morning sweeter' 43 (1)
`An old maid early eer I knew' 43 (1)
Morning 43 (2)
Ballads 45 (17)
Gwin, King of Norway 45 (3)
[Quid the Cynic's First Song] `When old 48 (1)
corruption first begun'
`Fayette beheld the King & Queen' 49 (1)
`I asked a thief to steal me a peach' 50 (1)
`Never pain to tell thy Love' 50 (1)
`I laid me down upon a bank' 51 (1)
`I saw a chapel all of gold' 51 (1)
`I fear'd the fury of my wind' 51 (1)
In a mirtle shade 52 (1)
The Mental Traveller 52 (3)
The Land of Dreams 55 (1)
Mary 56 (1)
The Crystal Cabinet 57 (1)
The Grey Monk 58 (1)
Long John Brown & Little Mary Bell 59 (1)
William Bond 60 (2)
Narrative Poems 62 (5)
Fair Elenor 62 (2)
Blind-Man's Buff 64 (2)
The Golden Net 66 (1)
Descriptive and Discursive Poetry 67 (27)
To Spring 67 (1)
To Summer 67 (1)
To Autumn 68 (1)
To Winter 68 (1)
To the Evening Star 69 (1)
To Morning 69 (1)
[Obtuse Angle's Song] `To be or not to be' 70 (1)
`A fairy skipd upon my knee' 71 (1)
Soft Snow 71 (1)
An ancient Proverb 71 (1)
`Why should I care for the men of thames' 71 (1)
`I heard an Angel singing' 72 (1)
`O lapwing thou fliest around the heath' 72 (1)
An answer to the parson 72 (1)
`Thou hast a lap full of seed' 72 (1)
Riches 73 (1)
`If you trap the moment before its ripe' 73 (1)
Eternity 73 (1)
`The sword sung on the barren heath' 73 (1)
`Abstinence sows sand all over' 73 (1)
`In a wife I would desire' 74 (1)
The Question Answerd 74 (1)
Merlins prophecy 74 (1)
Lacedemonian Instruction 74 (1)
Motto to the Songs of Innocence (5 of 74 (1)
Experience
On the Virginity of the Virgin Mary & 75 (1)
Johanna Southcott
`Mock on Mock on Voltaire Rousseau' 75 (1)
`My Spectre around me night & day' 75 (2)
`Grown old in Love from Seven till Seven 77 (1)
times Seven'
The Smile 77 (1)
Auguries of Innocence 77 (4)
`You don't believe I wont attempt to make 81 (1)
ye'
`The Angel that presided oer my birth' 81 (1)
`All Pictures thats Painted with Sense & 81 (1)
with Thought'
`You say their Pictures well Painted be' 81 (1)
`William Cowper Esqre' 82 (1)
`I rose up at the dawn of day' 82 (1)
`Was I angry with Hayley who usd me so 83 (1)
ill'
[The Everlasting Gospel] 83 (8)
For the Sexes: The Gates of Paradise 91 (3)
Comic and Satirical Poetry 94 (8)
An Anthem 94 (1)
[Quid the Cynic's Second Song] `Hail 94 (1)
Matrimony made of Love'
[Tilly Lally's Song] `O I say you Joe' 95 (1)
To Nobodaddy 96 (1)
`Her whole Life is an Epigram' 96 (1)
`When Klopstock England defied' 96 (1)
`The Hebrew Nation did not write it' 97 (1)
`When a Man has Married a Wife' 97 (1)
`The Sussex Men are Noted Fools' 97 (1)
To H (`You think Fuseli is not a Great 97 (1)
Painter')
To F---(`I mock thee not') 97 (1)
To Nancy F---(`How can I help thy 97 (1)
Husbands copying me')
`Of Hs birth this was the happy lot' 98 (1)
`Sir Joshua Praises Michael Angelo' 98 (1)
Advice of the Popes who succeeded the Age 98 (1)
of Rafael
`Some look. To see the sweet Outlines' 98 (1)
`When France got free Europe `twixt Fools 98 (1)
& Knaves'
`When Sr Joshua Reynolds died' 98 (1)
`When Nations grow Old. The Arts grow 98 (1)
Cold'
`Hes a Blockhead who wants a proof 99 (1)
`A Petty sneaking Knave I knew' 99 (1)
`He has observd the Golden Rule' 99 (1)
To the Royal Academy 99 (1)
`P---loved me not as he lovd his Friends' 99 (1)
On H---ys Friendship 99 (1)
Another [Epitaph] (`I was buried near 100 (1)
this Dike')
A Pretty Epigram for the Entertainment of 100 (1)
those Who have Paid Great Sums in the
Venetian C Flemish Ooze
`Rafael Sublime Majestic Graceful Wise' 100 (1)
`If I eer Grow to Mans Estate' 100 (1)
Blakes apology for his Catalogue 100 (2)
Verse Epistles and Dedications 102 (9)
To Mrs Ann Flaxman [c. 1798] 102 (1)
To George Cumberland [1 September 1800] 102 (1)
To John Flaxman [12 September 1800] 103 (1)
To My dear Friend, Mrs Anna Flaxman [14 103 (1)
September 1800]
To Thomas Butts [2 October 1800] 104 (2)
To Mrs Butts [2 October 1800] 106 (1)
To Thomas Butts [22 November 1802] 106 (2)
To Thomas Butts [16 August 1803] 108 (1)
To the Queen 109 (1)
`The Caverns of the Grave Ive seen' 109 (2)
Brief Epic 111 (50)
Visions of the Daughters of Albion 111 (7)
America a Prophecy 118 (9)
Europe a Prophecy 127 (8)
The Song of Los 135 (4)
Africa 135 (1)
Asia 136 (3)
The First Book of Urizen 139 (15)
The Book of Ahania 154 (7)
Diffuse Epic 161 (188)
Milton 161 (52)
Jerusalem The Emanation of The Giant 213 (136)
Albion
Explanatory Notes 349 (80)
Index of Titles and First Lines 429