William Blake

Quick Facts

Full NameWilliam Blake
Born28 November 1757
Place of BirthSoho, London, England
Died12 August 1827
Place of DeathCharing Cross, London, England
OccupationPoet, painter, printmaker
EducationRoyal Academy of Arts
Literary MovementRomanticism
Notable WorksSongs of Innocence and of Experience, The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, The Four Zoas, Jerusalem, Milton
SpouseCatherine Boucher (m. 1782)
Early InfluencesBible, classical art, mystical religious experiences

William Blake Books

Songs of Innocence and of Experience1794
The Illuminated Books of William Blake1974
The Tyger1794
The Marriage of Heaven and Hell1790
The Book of Urizen1794
Songs of Innocence1789
The Portable William Blake
The Book of Thel1789
The Lamb1789
Jerusalem: The Emanation of the Giant Albion1820
The Chimney Sweeper1789
Visions of the Daughters of Albion1793
America a Prophecy1793
A Poison Tree1794
The Essential Blake
Favorite Works of William Blake
London: Poem1794
The Song of Los1795
The Garden of Love1794
Holy Thursday1789
The School Boy1789
The Book of Los1795
There is No Natural Religion1790
The Little Black Boy1789
The Book of Ahania1795
The Complete Works of William Blake
The Echoing Green1789
The Divine Image1789
Tyger! Tyger!
Proverbs of Hell1793
Infant Joy1789
Infant Sorrow
Ah! Sun-flower
The Little Boy Lost1789
A Cradle Song1789
Earth’s Answer
A Divine Image1789
Vala, or The Four Zoas1893
William Blake – Dante’s Divine Comedy2014
The Human Abstract1794
The Clod and the Pebble
The Blossom
A Little Boy Lost
Europe a Prophecy1794

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