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The Resource Poems, selected by Amelia H. Munson, illustrations by William Blake

Poems, selected by Amelia H. Munson, illustrations by William Blake

Label
Poems
Title
Poems
Statement of responsibility
selected by Amelia H. Munson, illustrations by William Blake
Creator
Contributor
Compiler
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1757-1827
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Blake, William
Dewey number
821
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
PR4142
LC item number
.M8 1964
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Munson, Amelia H.
Series statement
The Crowell poets
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Poetry
  • Poetry
Label
Poems, selected by Amelia H. Munson, illustrations by William Blake
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • To spring
  • Milton rose up /
  • from Milton A poem in two books
  • The nature of infinity /
  • from Milton A poem in two books
  • Open your human gates /
  • from Milton A poem in two books
  • The prophet /
  • from Milton A poem in two books
  • O go not forth in martyrdoms & wars /
  • from Milton A poem in two books
  • To winter
  • The four faces of man /
  • from Milton A poem in two books
  • The building of time /
  • from Milton A poem in two books
  • The choir of day /
  • from Milton A poem in two books
  • Bathe in the waters of life /
  • from Milton A poem in two books
  • The last vision /
  • from Milton A poem in two books
  • Mad song
  • Blake's task /
  • from Jerusalem
  • England! Awake! /
  • from Jerusalem
  • The fields from Islington to Marybone /
  • from Jerusalem
  • It is easier to forgive an enemy
  • To morning
  • To the evening star
  • Prologue intended for a dramatic piece of King Edward the Fourth
  • Introduction /
  • from Songs of Innocence
  • A dream
  • The little girl lost
  • To the muses
  • The little girl found
  • The lamb
  • The ecchoing green
  • The blossom
  • The divine image
  • The chimney sweeper
  • Nurse's song
  • Infant joy
  • The shepherd
  • Night
  • How sweet I roam'd from field to field
  • A cradle song
  • The little boy lost
  • The little boy found
  • Holy Thursday
  • On another's sorrow
  • Spring
  • The voice of the ancient bard
  • The little black boy
  • The school boy
  • Laughing song
  • I love the jocund dance
  • Introduction /
  • from Songs of Experience
  • Earth's answer
  • The chimney sweeper
  • The fly
  • Holy Thursday
  • The Angel
  • The tyger
  • The clod & the pebble
  • My pretty rose tree
  • Fresh from the dewy hill, the merry year
  • Ah! sun-flower
  • The sick rose
  • Nurse's song
  • The garden of love
  • The lilly
  • The little vagabond
  • London
  • The human abstract
  • Infant sorrow
  • A poison tree
  • To summer
  • The little boy lost
  • The little girl lost
  • A divine image
  • I heard an angel singing
  • A cradle song
  • The land of dreams
  • Are not the joys of morning sweeter?
  • Love to faults is always blind
  • The wild flower's song
  • Mock on, mock on Voltaire, Rousseau
  • To autumn
  • Never pain to tell thy love
  • Auguries of innocence
  • The sword sung on the barren heath
  • If you trap the moment before it's ripe
  • Eternity
  • Riches
  • An answer to the parson
  • Why should I care for the men of Thames
  • The grey monk
  • William Bond
  • Memory, hither come
  • The smile
  • Mary
  • Some people admire the work of a fool
  • Since all the riches of this world
  • Why was Cupid a boy
  • Cromek speaks
  • You say their pictures well painted be
  • The caverns of the grave I've seen
  • Dedication of the illustrations to Blair's grave
  • I rose up at the dawn of day -- excerpt from The everlasting gospel
  • My silks and fine array
  • The crystal cabinet
  • I give you the end of a golden string
  • A memorable fancy /
  • from The marriage of heaven and hell
  • Proverbs of hell
  • from The marriage of heaven and hell -- Selections from The book of Thel
  • A prophecy /
  • from America
  • Introduction to night the first /
  • from The Four Zoas -- excerpts from Milton A poem in two books
Control code
ocm00296276
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
151 pages
Lccn
64022542
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o00296276
  • (OCoLC)00296276
Label
Poems, selected by Amelia H. Munson, illustrations by William Blake
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • To spring
  • Milton rose up /
  • from Milton A poem in two books
  • The nature of infinity /
  • from Milton A poem in two books
  • Open your human gates /
  • from Milton A poem in two books
  • The prophet /
  • from Milton A poem in two books
  • O go not forth in martyrdoms & wars /
  • from Milton A poem in two books
  • To winter
  • The four faces of man /
  • from Milton A poem in two books
  • The building of time /
  • from Milton A poem in two books
  • The choir of day /
  • from Milton A poem in two books
  • Bathe in the waters of life /
  • from Milton A poem in two books
  • The last vision /
  • from Milton A poem in two books
  • Mad song
  • Blake's task /
  • from Jerusalem
  • England! Awake! /
  • from Jerusalem
  • The fields from Islington to Marybone /
  • from Jerusalem
  • It is easier to forgive an enemy
  • To morning
  • To the evening star
  • Prologue intended for a dramatic piece of King Edward the Fourth
  • Introduction /
  • from Songs of Innocence
  • A dream
  • The little girl lost
  • To the muses
  • The little girl found
  • The lamb
  • The ecchoing green
  • The blossom
  • The divine image
  • The chimney sweeper
  • Nurse's song
  • Infant joy
  • The shepherd
  • Night
  • How sweet I roam'd from field to field
  • A cradle song
  • The little boy lost
  • The little boy found
  • Holy Thursday
  • On another's sorrow
  • Spring
  • The voice of the ancient bard
  • The little black boy
  • The school boy
  • Laughing song
  • I love the jocund dance
  • Introduction /
  • from Songs of Experience
  • Earth's answer
  • The chimney sweeper
  • The fly
  • Holy Thursday
  • The Angel
  • The tyger
  • The clod & the pebble
  • My pretty rose tree
  • Fresh from the dewy hill, the merry year
  • Ah! sun-flower
  • The sick rose
  • Nurse's song
  • The garden of love
  • The lilly
  • The little vagabond
  • London
  • The human abstract
  • Infant sorrow
  • A poison tree
  • To summer
  • The little boy lost
  • The little girl lost
  • A divine image
  • I heard an angel singing
  • A cradle song
  • The land of dreams
  • Are not the joys of morning sweeter?
  • Love to faults is always blind
  • The wild flower's song
  • Mock on, mock on Voltaire, Rousseau
  • To autumn
  • Never pain to tell thy love
  • Auguries of innocence
  • The sword sung on the barren heath
  • If you trap the moment before it's ripe
  • Eternity
  • Riches
  • An answer to the parson
  • Why should I care for the men of Thames
  • The grey monk
  • William Bond
  • Memory, hither come
  • The smile
  • Mary
  • Some people admire the work of a fool
  • Since all the riches of this world
  • Why was Cupid a boy
  • Cromek speaks
  • You say their pictures well painted be
  • The caverns of the grave I've seen
  • Dedication of the illustrations to Blair's grave
  • I rose up at the dawn of day -- excerpt from The everlasting gospel
  • My silks and fine array
  • The crystal cabinet
  • I give you the end of a golden string
  • A memorable fancy /
  • from The marriage of heaven and hell
  • Proverbs of hell
  • from The marriage of heaven and hell -- Selections from The book of Thel
  • A prophecy /
  • from America
  • Introduction to night the first /
  • from The Four Zoas -- excerpts from Milton A poem in two books
Control code
ocm00296276
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
151 pages
Lccn
64022542
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o00296276
  • (OCoLC)00296276

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