Selected Poetry

Oxford University Press, 1998 - 311 páginas
The Oxford Poetry Library series offers compact and fully annotated editions of some of the most important and best-loved English poets. Drawing on the acclaimed texts of the Oxford Authors series, these collections provide a generous selection of the verse of figures as diverse as Andrew Marvell and William Blake, John Keats and Thomas Hardy. Ideal for anyone interested in the eloquently wrought observations and thoughts of some of the English language's greatest writers, The Oxford Poetry Library should find a welcome place on the bookshelves of all lovers of literature.
Beginning his career as an engraver, it was not until his thirties that William Blake distinguished himself as a poet. This new edition of Blake's verse, presented in chronological order, encompasses Blake's entire career, from his early Poetical Sketches and There is No Natural Religion through his best known work Songs of Innocence, part of his beautiful series of poetry in lyric and blank verse, to his later works Jerusalem and The Everlasting Gospel. Representing the full range of Blake's accomplishements as a poet, this outstanding volume highlights the extraordinarily diverse achievements of his remarkable poetic oeuvre.

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King Edward the Third 1783
Lyrics of c 1784
From Blakes annotations to Swedenborg c 1789
The Marriage of Heaven and Hell 1790
America a Prophecy 1793
Songs of Experience 1793
Europe a Prophecy 1794
Manuscript lyrics of the Felpham years 18001803
Milton 1804 extracts
Jerusalem 180418 extracts
The Everlasting Gospel c 1818
From Blakes annotations to Berkeleys Siris c 1820
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Michael Mason is Senior Lecturer in English, University College, London.

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