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Fri Mar 21 17:12:15 2014 UTClccn-n780953310.06A visit to William Blake's inn : poems for innocent and experienced travelers /0.360.59The life of William Blake54144439William_Blaken 78095331230408Blake.Blake, W.Blake, W. 1757-1827Blake, W. (William), 1757-1827Blake, WilliamBleĭk, Uilʹi︠a︡mBleĭk, Uilʹi︠a︡m, 1757-1827Bleik, William 1757-1827Bleiks, Viljams, 1757-1827Blejk, Uilʹjam 1757-1827Blejk, Vilʹjam 1757-1827Mplaikē, Ouilliam, 1757-1827William BlakeБлейк, Вильям, 1757-1827Блейк, Уильям, 1757-1827בלייק, ויליאםבליק, ויליאםبليك، ويليام، 1757-1827وليم بليك، 1757-1827ブレイクブレイク, ウィリアムlccn-n80063344Keynes, Geoffrey1887-1982othauicwtclbedtcrecomlccn-n78095532Milton, John1608-1674lccn-n50010017Erdman, David V.othpbdcomedtlccn-n50007779Bentley, G. E.(Gerald Eades)1930-othedtinslccn-n79003258Bloom, Haroldauiothclbedtlccn-n80038478Raine, Kathleen1908-2003auicomedtinslccn-n79066533Essick, Robert N.auiprtothedtlccn-n78095579Yeats, W. B.(William Butler)1865-1939edtlccn-n79115449Damon, S. Foster(Samuel Foster)1893-1971lccn-n50000248Frye, NorthropauiedtBlake, William1757-1827Criticism, interpretation, etcBiographyIllustrationsHistoryRecords and correspondenceManuscriptsPoetryMusical settingsCatalogsExhibition catalogsBlake, William,Poets, EnglishEnglandGreat BritainArtistsEnglish poetryChildren's poetry, AmericanChildren's poetryHotelsTigerFlying automobilesCowsImaginary placesCatsArt and literaturePoets, English--Early modernIllumination of books and manuscripts, EnglishSymbolism in literatureImperialism in literatureLiterature and historyPolitical and social viewsSongs of innocence (Blake, William)Humanism in literatureLiterature and societyBible.--JobEthicsEthics in literatureForgiveness in literatureProphecies in literaturePolitical poetry, EnglishManuscripts, EnglishEngland--LondonPolitics and literatureEnglish prose literatureDivina commedia (Dante Alighieri)ArtDonne, John,Criticism and interpretationEnglish literatureJazz vocalsJazzColor prints--TechniqueWatercolor painting--TechniqueSongs of innocence and of experience (Blake, William)Art, EnglishChildren's poetry, EnglishSermons, EnglishKeynes, Geoffrey,Poems (Donne, John)Marriage of Heaven and Hell (Blake, William)175718271760178017811782178317841785178617871788178917901791179217931794179517961797179817991800180118021803180418051806180718081809181018111812181318151816181718181819182018211822182318251826182718281829183018311832183318341836183718381839184018431847185018511852185318551858186018611863186418661868187018711872187418751876187718781879188018811882188318841885188618871888188918901891189218931894189518961897189818991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014365893661315087821.7PR4146ocn001632424ocn000439325ocn000331205ocn006494550ocn000551964ocn004285738ocn002921073ocn001870596ocn000745604ocn002322655ocn024621185ocn005704060ocn034763199ocn033826419ocn041567697ocn071261402ocn071206012ocn658602136ocn052465355ocn817718708ocn013966308ocn004330146ocn220144903ocn194248969ocn082281495ocn739299542ocn185340669ocn759747787ocn045578651ocn739785660ocn185530024ocn185426143ocn185426396ocn865720062ocn186777722ocn724097816ocn724009822ocn185541386ocn864470771ocn864477678ocn030465785ocn126692484ocn056200013ocn056200012ocn062516371ocn003938244ocn800915668ocn006875653ocn439538935ocn046963381ocn441794344ocn444616950ocn440799352ocn440015828ocn459560732ocn691626193ocn690493427ocn456586923ocn270702679ocn083148354ocn270107332ocn270959374ocn270703321ocn270107336ocn270702761ocn270974098ocn051885884ocn270702780ocn830750239ocn830750248ocn461799420ocn258515142ocn470215808ocn470213690ocn463098971ocn464251765ocn258036399ocn071954393ocn724058228ocn723710406ocn076549620ocn721324298ocn439815891ocn439849311ocn439894266ocn439541473ocn658758079ocn658363647ocn231766846ocn762738323ocn049329535ocn743051855ocn864638743ocn762738323ocn073795979Poets, EnglishArtists4604261ocn000358574book17890.33Blake, WilliamSongs of innocence and of experience, shewing the two contrary states of the human soul, 1789-1794Criticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksPoetryIllustrationsManuscriptsReproduces the texts and the fifty-four hand-colored etchings of Blake's famous and now much sought-after double volume of lyrics+-+3435637465236566ocn000260215book19570.35Blake, WilliamThe complete writings of William Blake; with variant readingsPoetry+-+7505637465324202540ocn003332209book19460.27Blake, WilliamThe portable BlakeA collection of the most notable writings of William Blake+-+41750659651763104ocn000275172book18740.50Blake, WilliamThe poems of William BlakeCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+67104610363241755113ocn001967178book17900.53Blake, WilliamThe marriage of heaven and hellIllustrationsManuscripts"No work has challenged its readers like Blake's The Marriage of Heaven and Hell. The 'Proverbs of Hell' have been culled for the slogans of student protest and become axioms of modern thought. Iconoclastic, bizarre, unprecedented, it is all of these. Most extraordinary is the revolutionary method of its making. The Bodleian Library copy is one of the first that Blake printed using the method he called 'Illuminated Printing' and the only work in which he signifies its importance. This new edition includes a complete facsimile of the work, together with a transcript, and a plate-by-plate guide to the text, the interlinear figures, and the larger designs. In a special comparative section, the same plate from each of the other eight surviving copies is also reproduced."--P. [4] of cover+-+8216637465156020ocn000276915book19350.50Blake, WilliamBlake's Job : William Blake's illustrations of the book of JobIllustrationsPictorial works+-+42972907051421106ocn000568480book19270.47Blake, WilliamPoetry and proseCriticism, interpretation, etcSeeks to supply a sounder and more uncluttered text for reading than has been heretofore available, together with variant and deleted passages for study134622ocn000612274book19410.28Donne, JohnComplete poetry and selected proseCriticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondenceDonated by the estate of Dr. Donald S. Moore124418ocn049293554file19010.25Blake, WilliamSongs of innocence and Songs of experienceIllustrationsManuscriptsAs both painter and poet, William Blake (1757-1827) was a powerful and visionary artist whose two early collections of poetry, Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience, contain lyric verses embodying the emerging spirit of Romanticism. --Dover Publications+-+8605271395120677ocn493372159com17890.37Blake, WilliamSongs of innocence and of experience shewing the two contrary states of the human soulCriticism, interpretation, etcIllustrationsSongs of Innocence and of Experience : Shewing the Two Contrary States of the Human Soul are two books of poetry by the English poet and painter, William Blake. Although Songs of Innocence was first published by itself in 1789, it is believed that Songs of Experience has always been published in conjunction with Innocence since its completion in 1794. Songs of Innocence mainly consists of poems describing the innocence and joy of the natural world, advocating free love and a closer relationship with God, and most famously including Blake's poem The Lamb+-+881069022632411663ocn049294281file0.25Blake, WilliamPoems of William Blake90642ocn003971181book19340.39Butlin, MartinWilliam BlakeCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsPoetryExhibition catalogsPublished to accompany the largest Blake exhibition ever mounted, this book "closely examines Blake's vision, personal mythology, political views, and highly idiosyncratic painting techniques."--Jacket+-+000163802589823ocn044932758book20000.29Blake, WilliamWilliam Blake : the complete illuminated booksCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsManuscriptsIncludes facsimiles of all the illustrated books and a transcription of the texts+-+009737550583878ocn004226654book19130.53Blake, WilliamThe poetical works of William Blake : including the unpublished French Revolution, together with the minor Prophetic books, and selections from The four Zoas, Milton, & JerusalemCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+K0066137968377ocn005171210book19790.37Blake, WilliamBlake's Dante : the complete illustrations to the Divine comedyIllustrations83356ocn024065426book19270.28Blake, WilliamPoems and prophecies+-+17005942158189ocn054361358book20030.47Townsend, JoyceWilliam Blake : the painter at workCriticism, interpretation, etcThe book consists of four main sections. Introductory chapters are followed by essays on Blake's watercolors, large color prints, and temperas. An epilogue discusses the presentation of the paintings, and appendices provide more detail on the works discussed. --Princeton University Press+-+956466641579712ocn067774183book19770.20Blake, WilliamWilliam BlakeCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsA collection of illustrated poems enjoyable for children selected from the works of William Blake+-+42918415357793ocn013334274book19860.47Lister, RaymondThe paintings of William Blake7531ocn644726207rcrd20100.17Spalding, EsperanzaChamber music societyMusical settingsA showcase for charismatic bassist, vocalist and composer Esperanza Spalding's songwriting talents, and includes a mix of originals and covers583666ocn000120135book19090.47Raine, KathleenWilliam BlakeHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyPoetry+-+725657550541984ocn007573231book19810.06Willard, NancyA visit to William Blake's inn : poems for innocent and experienced travelersJuvenile worksPoetryA collection of poems describing the curious menagerie of guests who arrive at William Blake's inn+-+5873847065353523ocn071004282book20070.16Chevalier, TracyBurning brightFictionPresents a sweeping and romantic tale set against the historical backdrop of William Blake's London+-+K324940705304332ocn004593188book18680.27Swinburne, Algernon CharlesWilliam Blake : his life and workHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyThis penetrating and perceptive study of Blake's unending search for a "free" society analyzes his extraordinary mythic world, examines his ambivalence toward women, and movingly conveys Blake's loneliness and wretched poverty241815ocn011574807book19850.25Bloom, HaroldWilliam BlakeCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyA selection of critical essays published since 1950 on the work of William Blake+-+K561902235238731ocn000973990book19470.47Frye, NorthropFearful symmetry : a study of William BlakeCriticism, interpretation, etcThis brilliant outline of Blake's thought and commentary on his poetry comes on the crest of the current interest in Blake, and carries us further towards an understanding of his work than any previous study. Here is a dear and complete solution to the riddles of the longer poems, the so-called ""Prophecies,"" and a demonstration of Blake's insight that will amaze the modern reader. The first section of the book shows how Blake arrived at a theory of knowledge that was also, for him, a theory of religion, of human life and of art, and how this rigorously defined system of ideas found expres+-+3016156415324237724ocn000342889com19260.47Burdett, OsbertWilliam BlakeCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyIllustrationsExhibition catalogsA major figure of the Romantic Movement, the British artist William Blake (1757-1827) was at once a painter, designer, engraver and poet. He devoted himself to the illustration of his literary works, and his texts developed following the lines of his engravings and fantastic drawings, becoming veritable illuminated manuscripts. Inspired by biblical and prophetical themes (Proverbs of Hell, The Everlasting Gospel and The Gates of Paradise), Blake's art subtly combines the modernity of his time and of the Romantic Revolution with the classicism of the themes that he explored. Gifted with unequall+-+549193993623436ocn000990506book19660.28Frye, NorthropBlake; a collection of critical essaysHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc227928ocn000359587book19650.47Damon, S. FosterA Blake dictionary; the ideas and symbols of William BlakeDictionariesAssembles, synthesizes, and interprets the clues to Blake's meaning+-+8189609235225617ocn034487577book19950.25Ackroyd, PeterBlakeCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography"Born in 1757, the son of a London hosier, William Blake - poet, painter, and engraver - possessed one of the most original and fertile creative geniuses of his age. Yet his strange aloofness and claims of supernatural visions caused many in his own time and since to doubt his sanity, and much of his astonishing poetry and visual art remains unfamiliar. Now, Peter Ackroyd gives us a biography of the enigmatic eighteenth-century master, clarifying at last the true nature of Blake's extraordinary life and art." "Ackroyd's narrative traces Blake's progression from his childhood in a Dissenting household, through his apprenticeship as an engraver and his studies at the newly formed Royal Academy Schools, to his full maturity, during which he produced his great masterpieces - Songs of Innocence and of Experience, Jerusalem, and Milton, to name only a few - works that were as neglected during his lifetime as they are celebrated today." "Re-creating time and place as only he can, Ackroyd locates Blake in the complex context of his external world - a cross section of eighteenth-century London inflamed by various forms of radicalism, mysticism, and sexual magic, squarely opposed to the age's prevailing faith in rationalism. But he also shows us the cockney visionary as the creator of his own lavish interior world, a universe filled with angels and spirits. It is in Blake's utterly unique art that these two worlds meet, as Ackroyd reveals in his dazzling interpretations of Blake's poetry and the many paintings and engravings beautifully reproduced in this volume."--BOOK JACKET+-+K214594215223140ocn000200531book19270.59Wilson, MonaThe life of William BlakeBiography"This edition has been reproduced from the limited Nonesuch Press edition of 1927, with the last revisions of the 1949 edition " Includes bibliographical references218317ocn000355620book19540.50Erdman, David VBlake, prophet against empire : a poet's interpretation of the history of his own timesHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcDefinitive study of the strange symbolism through which Blake undertook a literary campaign against the political tyranny of his time. Third edition includes updated material, over 30 illustrations, a Chronology, more. For our sense of Blake in his own times we are indebted to David Erdman more than anyone else. ? Times Literary Supplement+-+4462171395200911ocn002508176book19770.31Paananen, Victor NWilliam BlakeCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyPresents the life and works of the English visionary poet William Blake+-+9805220535195214ocn001875202com19750.47Blake, WilliamWilliam Blake : the critical heritageCriticism, interpretation, etcThe Critical Heritage gathers together a large body of critical sources on major figures in literature. Each volume presents contemporary responses to a writer's work, enabling student and researcher to read the material themselves+-+585446857519214ocn007554575book19820.28Blake, WilliamThe complete poetry and prose of William BlakeCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryCritical commentary illuminating Blake's allusions and references accompanies the texts of his poetic and prose works+-+3829955705171216ocn099974605rcrd20070.12Chevalier, TracyBurning brightHistoryFiction"Burning bright" is a novel about the 18th-century English poet/painter William Blake and the children who sparked his "Songs of innocence" and "Songs of experience." In March of 1792, young Jem Kellaway and his family move from their small rural village in the Piddle Valley to the bustling city of London. Jem's father, a chairmaker, has agreed to hire on as a carpenter with Astley's Circus+-+9484058965167220ocn005889783book19060.59Blake, WilliamThe letters of William Blake : with related documentsBiographyRecords and correspondence16625ocn000460071book19680.50Beer, John BBlake's humanismHistoryAn illustrated study of the social, political and literary thought underlying Blake's Songs and the Prophetic Books, culminating in Milton. It considers the guiding forces behind Visions of the Daughters of Albion and The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, the+-+955551293632415913ocn045728541file19940.35Moskal, JeanneBlake, ethics, and forgivenessBlake, Ethics, and Forgiveness is the first book systematically to examine the ethical commitments and contradictions in William Blake's pervasive concern with human forgiveness. Primary among these ethical commitments is Blake's passionate advocacy of forgiveness between human beings as a means to solve the problem of human evil. Such an advocacy seems to contradict Blake's assertions that ethical laws merely create the illusion of human evil and employ the concept of "forgiveness" solely to reinforce the terms of the original oppression. Blake, Ethics, and Forgiveness clarifies the relation between these two seemingly contradictory ethical impulses in Blake by employing a distinction increasingly important among contemporary ethicists, a distinction between an ethics of obligation and an ethics of character. It demonstrates that Blake's protests are directed to laws based on obligation, which assume that all human persons are essentially alike, while Blake's advocacy of forgiveness among human beings assumes an ethics of character based on the cultivation of virtues. The book goes on to argue that in some contexts Blake uses the vocabulary of forgiveness to solve not the problem of human evil but the problem of human otherness, the intractable differences between and among human beings, and to suggest that Blake's vocabulary does not meet the demands of this second task. Thus, Blake, Ethics, and Forgiveness offers a consideration of ethics, an unjustly neglected topic, for inclusion into the study of the British Romantic period. Moreover, its analysis of the limits of Blake's uses of forgiveness contributes to current thinking that questions the sufficiency of the Romantic poets' self-representations+-+132158263532415465ocn004495347book19790.33Blake, WilliamBlake's poetry and designs : authoritative texts, illuminations in color and monochrome, related prose, criticismCriticism, interpretation, etc"This thoroughly revised Second Edition of a perennial favorite in the Norton Critical Editions series, energized by recent scholarly discoveries and new links to the William Blake Archive (blakearchive.org) and other online resources, maintains its predecessor's emphasis on the visual and verbal artistry of Blake's self-published works in illuminated printing. The new edition features more than a hundred designs, sixteen in color; freshly annotated and re-edited complete texts of the illuminated books, now including the full text of Jerusalem; and a generous selection of Blake's other writings, inviting both novice and advanced readers to explore the amazing range of his achievement as a poet and thinker" "An expanded "Criticism" section presents twenty appraisals of Blake's work from his own time to the present. New to "Comments by Contemporaries" is Robert Hunt's devastating review of Blake's one-artist show in 1809, to which Blake responded with vitriolic epigrams and the creation of a major villain in Jerusalem." "Also included are an Introduction, a guide to Key Terms, a discussion of Textual Technicalities, a chronology of Blake's Life and Times, a Selected Bibliography, three maps, an Index of Sources, and an Index of Titles and First Lines."--BOOK JACKET+-+8835458485+-+8810690226324+-+8810690226324Fri Mar 21 15:42:42 EDT 2014batch239331