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Complete Poetry and Prose - William Blake by William Blake

By William Blake

Considering the fact that its first booklet in 1965, this version has been extensively hailed because the most sensible on hand textual content of Blake's poetry and prose. Now revised, if comprises up to date paintings on editions, chronology of poems and demanding observation by means of Harold Bloom.

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And the Devil utterd these words. The worship of God is. Honouring his gifts in other men each according to his genius. and loving the [Marriage of Heaven and Hell PL 23]greatest men best, those who envy or calumniate great men hate God, for there is no other God. The Angel hearing this became almost blue but mastering himself he grew yellow, & at last white pink & smiling, and then replied, Thou Idolater, is not God One? & is not he visible in Jesus Christ? and has not Jesus Christ given his sanction to the law of MHH21; E43| MHH21; E43| MHH21; E43| MHH22; E43| MHH22; E43| MHH22; E43| MHH22; E43| MHH22; E43| MHH22; E43| MHH22; E43| MHH22; E43| MHH22; E43| MHH22; E43| MHH22; E43| MHH22; E43| MHH22; E43| MHH22; E43| MHH22; E43| MHH22; E43| MHH23; E43| MHH23; E43| MHH23; E43| MHH23; E43| MHH23; E43| MHH23; E43| MHH23; E43| MHH23; E43| MHH23; E43| MHH23; E43| MHH23; E43| MHH23; E43| MHH23; E43| MHH23; E43| MHH23; E43| MHH23; E43| MHH23; E43| MHH23; E43| MHH23; E43| MHH23; E43| MHH23; E43| MHH24; E43| MHH24; E43| MHH24; E43| ten commandments and are not all other men fools, sinners, & nothings?

SONGS 43 My Pretty ROSE TREE SE-MyPrettyROSETREE1; E25| SE-MyPrettyROSETREE2; E25| SE-MyPrettyROSETREE3; E25| SE-MyPrettyROSETREE4; E25| SE-MyPrettyROSETREE5; E25| SE-MyPrettyROSETREE6; E25| t72 t75 t76 A flower was offerd to me; Such a flower as May never bore. But I said I've a Pretty Rose-tree: And I passed the sweet flower o'er. Then I went to my Pretty Rose-tree; To tend her by day and by night. t77 But my Rose turnd away with jealousy: And her thorns were my only delight. SE-MyPrettyROSETREE7; E25| SE-MyPrettyROSETREE8; E25| SE-Title; E25| AH!

MHH9; E37| You never know what is enough unless you know what is more than enough. MHH9; E37| Listen to the fools reproach! it is a kingly title! MHH9; E37| The eyes of fire, the nostrils of air, the mouth of water, the beard of earth. MHH9; E37| The weak in courage is strong in cunning. The apple tree never asks the beech how he shall grow, nor the lion. the horse; how he shall take his prey. The thankful reciever bears a plentiful harvest. MHH9; E37| MHH9; E37| MHH9; E37| MHH9; E37| MHH9; E37| If others had not been foolish.

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