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SONGS OF INNOCENCE AND OF EXPERIENCE William Blake By William Blake.
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William Blake’s poetry appears childlike in its easy of access but there is a depth there. A lifetime of study is not enough. There are more images, and more depth to these poems then can be... More > found with just reading them once or twice. This collection also includes The Book Of Thel< Less
SONGS OF INNOCENCE AND OF EXPERIENCE William Blake By William Blake.
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William Blake’s poetry appears childlike in its easy of access but there is a depth there. A lifetime of study is not enough. There are more images, and more depth to these poems then can be... More > found with just reading them once or twice. This collection also includes The Book Of Thel< Less
50 Greatest Poems of William Blake By William Blake
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William Blake was born in London in 1757, his talent as a artist was recognised and was admitted in 1797 as a student to the Royal Academy. However rather than following a more conventional path ,... More > Blake decided to publish his own work in illuminated books. These works allied Blake’s visionary poetry with graphic illustrations. Blake lived in turbulent times and his poetry sought to provide a voice to build a fairer and more noble society. His doctrine of using the imagination as vehicle for progress was ahead of its time and the irony is that the modern reader is more open to these ideas than the 18th Century reader. Blakes reputation has grown in the last two centuries especially though the popularity of The Tyger and Jerusalem. This selection of 50 greatest poems seeks to introduce the reader to a wider range of Blake’s work to understand his visionary and lyrical talent.< Less
William Blake in Cyberspace By Douglas McDaniel
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A work of creative non-fiction relating the works of William Blake to the mythos of cyberspace. A look at the information age at the turn of the century through gothic-styled lenses. A wild-eyed,... More > prescient novella driven by pathos and the love of prophetic poetry and prose of Milton, Blake and Yeats.< Less
William Blake in Cyberspace By Douglas McDaniel
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A work of creative non-fiction relating the works of William Blake to the mythos of cyberspace. A look at the information age at the turn of the century through gothic-styled lenses. A wild-eyed,... More > prescient novella driven by pathos and the love of prophetic poetry and prose of Milton, Blake and Yeats.< Less
William Blake: Masterpieces In Colour By Maria Tsaneva
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William Blake was English artist, draughtsman, engraver, philosopher, and poet, one of the most remarkable figures of the Romantic period. In art as in life Blake was an individualist who made a... More > principle of nonconformity. He had a prejudice against painting in oils on canvas and experimented with a variety of techniques in colour printing, illustration, and tempera. His work as an artist is almost impossible to divorce from the complex philosophy expressed also through his poetry.< Less
William Blake: Drawings By Daniel Coenn
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William Blake was English Romantic artist, draftsman, engraver, philosopher, and poet. He possessed visionary powers and in art as in life was an individualist who made a standard of nonconformity.... More > Blake had a prejudice against painting in oils on canvas and experimented with a variety of techniques in color printing, illustration, and tempera. His work as an artist is almost impossible to divorce from the complex philosophy expressed also through his poetry. He believed that the visible world of the senses is an unreal envelope behind which the spiritual reality is masked. He refused the easy path of abstraction and foggy suggestion, remaining content with nothing less than the maximum of clarity and perfection. To most of his generation Blake seemed merely a strange, and his genius was not in general recognized until the second half of the 19th century.< Less
William Blake: Drawings By Narim Bender
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William Blake was English artist, draftsman, engraver, philosopher, and poet, one of the most remarkable figures of the Romantic period. In art as in life Blake was an individualist who made a... More > principle of nonconformity. He had a prejudice against painting in oils on canvas and experimented with a variety of techniques in colour printing, illustration, and tempera. His work as an artist is almost impossible to separate from the complex philosophy expressed also through his poetry. He believed that the visible world of the senses is an unreal envelope behind which the spiritual reality is concealed. He refused the easy path of abstraction and misty suggestion, remaining content with nothing less than the maximum of clarity and precision. His output was enormous; there are important collections in the British Museum, the Tate Gallery, the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, and several American museums.< Less
William Blake's The Tyger By Chloe Uden
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The Tyger by William Blake has inspired artists for generations. These unusual illustrations were first produced for The Quixotic Press and is now printed here as a stand alone collection.
Poetry Guide: William Blake By Raja Sharma
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This guide presents a valuable help to the students of English Literature. The summary of each of the poems in this guide is followed by the form of the poem, critical analysis, and the text of the... More > poem. Students often find understanding and interpreting poetry an uphill task, for the allusions and references almost baffle them, however, with repeated and careful reading of the same poem, taking the help of the reference books and guides; they often come close to the interpretation desired by the poet. With experience they begin to learn the art of understanding and appreciating poetry. They develop tact, and ironically tact can’t be taught.< Less