William Blake

William Blake was a poet and visual artist.  Click the image below for a brief introduction to his work.

High-resolution scan of a 1794 edition of Songs of Innocence and of Experience.
Blake developed many of the techniques he used to print his books.

Readings of all the poems from Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience.
SONGS OF INNOCENCE
> Introduction <
> The Shepherd <
> The Echoing Green <
> The Lamb <
> The Little Black Boy <
> The Blossom <
> The Chimney Sweeper <
> The Little Boy Lost <
> The Little Boy Found <
> Laughing Song <
> A Cradle Song <
> The Divine Image <
> Holy Thursday <
> Night <
> Spring <
> Nurse’s Song <
> Infant Joy <
> A Dream <
> On Another’s Sorrow <
SONGS OF EXPERIENCE
> Introduction <
> Earth’s Answer <
> The Clod and the Pebble <
> Holy Thursday <
> The Little Girl Lost <
> The Little Girl Found <
> The Chimney-Sweeper <
> Nurse’s Song <
> The Sick Rose <
> The Fly <
> The Angel <
> The Tyger <
> My Pretty Rose Tree <
> Ah, Sunflower <
> The Lily <
> The Garden of Love <
> The Little Vagabond <
> London <
> The Human Abstract <
> Infant Sorrow <
> A Poison Tree <
> A Little Boy Lost <
> A Little Girl Lost <
> A Divine Image <
> A Cradle Song <
> The Schoolboy <
> To Tirzah <
> The Voice of the Ancient Bard <

 

 

 

 

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