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THE POETICAL WORKS OF
WILLIAM BLAKE

Poetical Sketches
To Spring
To Summer
To Autumn
To Winter
To the Evening Star
To Morning
Fair Elenor
Song
Song
Song
Song
Song
Mad Song
Song
Song
To the Muses
Gwin King of Norway
An Imitation of Spenser
Blind Man's Buff
King Edward the Third
Prologue, intended for a Dramatic Piece of
King Edward the Fourth
Prologue to King John
A War Song to Englishmen
The Couch of Death
Contemplation
Samson
Appendix-Poetical Sketches
Song by a Shepherd
Song by an Old Shepherd

Song From An Island In The Moon
SONGS OF INNOCENCE
Introduction
The Echoing Green
The Lamb
The Shepherd
Infant Joy
The Little Black Boy
Laughing Song
Spring
A Cradle Song
Nurse's Song
Holy Thursday
The Blossom
The Chimney Sweeper
The Divine Image
Night
A Dream
On Another's Sorrow
The Little Boy Lost
The Little Boy Found SONGS OF EXPERIENCE
Introduction
Earth's Answer
Nurse's Song
The Fly
The Tiger
The Little Girl Lost
The Little Girl Found
The Cold and the Pebble
The Little Vagabond
Holy Thursday
A Poison Tree
The Angel
The Sick Rose
To Tirzah
The Voice of the Ancient Bard
My Pretty Rose-Tree
Ah! Sun-Flower
The Lily
The Garden of Love
A Little Boy Lost
Infant Sorrow
The Schoolboy
London
A Little Girl Lost
The Chimney-sweeper
The Human Abstract
Appendix - A Divine Image

Poems From The Rossetti Manuscript Part I
Never seek to tell thy Love
I laid me down upon a Bank
I saw a Chapel all of Gold
I asked a Thief
I heard an Angel singing
A Cradle Song
Silent, silent Night
I fear'd the fury of my wind
Infant Sorrow
Why should I care for the men of Thames
Thou has a lap full of seed

In a Myrtle Shade
To my Myrtle
To Nobodaddy
Are not the joys of morning sweeter
The Wild Flower's Song
Day
The Fairy
Motto to the Songs of Innocence and Experience
Lafayette
Appendix

Poems From The Rossetti Manuscript Part II
My Spectre around me night and day
When Klopstock England defied
Mock on, mock on, Voltaire, Rousseau
I saw a Monk of Charlemaine
Morning
The Birds
You don't believe
If it is true what Joseph of Arimathea
Why was Cupid a boy
Now Art has lost its mental charms
I rose up at the dawn of day
The Carverns of the Grave I've seen
Addendum
To the Queen

Poems From The Rossetti Manuscript Part III
The Everlasting Gospel

The Pickering Manuscript
The Smile
The Golden Net
The Mental Traveller
The Land of Dreams
Mary
The Crystal Cabinet
The Grey Monk
Auguries of Innocence
Long John Brown and Little Mary Bell

William Bond Poems From Letters
To my dearest Friend, John Flaxman, these lines
To my dear Friend, Mrs. Anna Flaxman
To Thomas Butts
To Mrs. Butts
To Thomas Butts
To Thomas Butts

Gnomic Verses
On Art And Artists
On Friends And Foes Miscellaneous Epigrams
Tiriel
The Book Of Thel

The Marriage Of Heaven And Hell
The Argument
The Voice of the Devil
A Memorable Fancy
Proverbs of Hell
A Memorable Fancy
A Memorable Fancy
A Memorable Fancy
A Memorable Fancy

The French Revolution.
Book The First
A Song Of Liberty

Visions Of The Daughters Of Albion
The Argument
Visions

America: A Prophecy
Preludium
A Prophecy

Europe: A Prophecy
Prelunium
A Prophecy

The Book Of Urizen
Preludium to the First Book of Urizen
The Song Of Los
Africa
Asia The Book Of Los
The Book Of Ahania

Selections From The Four Zoas
Introduction to Night the First
The Wanderer
A Vision of Eternity
The Song sung at the Feast of Los and Enitharmon
The Song of Enitharmon over Los
The Wail of Enion
Winter
The Woes of Urizen in the Dens of Urthona
Los in his Wrath
The War-Song of Orc
Vala's Going Forth
Urizen's Words of Wisdom
The Shade of Enitharmon
The Serpent Orc
The Last Judgement
The lament of Albion
Accuser and Accused
Song of the Sinless Soul
Vala in Lower Paradise

Selection From Milton
Preface
The Invocation
The Mills of Satan
The Sin of Leutha
Milton's Journey to Eternal Death
The Nature of Infinity
The Sea of Time and Space
The Mundane Shell
A River in Eden
Los
Sweenenborg
Whitefield and Wesley
The Forge of Los
The Wine-Press of Los
The Building of Time
The Heavens and the Earth
The Birds and the Flowers
Love and Jealousy
Reason and Imagination
The Song of the Shadowy Female

Selections From Jerusalem
Introduction
The Reasoning Power
The Words of Los
The Builders of Golgonooza
A Vision of Albion
Punishment and Forgiveness
The Lament of Albion
Jerusalem
To the Jews
A Female Will
The Universal Family
Man's Spectre
Pretences
Fourfold and Twofold Vision
The Remembrance of Sin
To the Deists
Albion's Spectre
The Holiness of Minute Particulars
A Vision of Joseph and Mary
Tirzah
The warrior and the Daughter of Albion
Men and States
To the Christians
A Vision of Jerusalem
The Worship of God
The Cry of Los
Albion upon the Rock
The Wrath of God
The Divine Image
The End of the Song of Jerusalem

Verses From `The Gates Of Paradise'
Prologue
The Keys
of the Gate
Epilogue

The Ghost Of Abel
To Lord Byron in the Wilderness
     
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