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Blake
I rose up at the dawn of day,— / “Get thee away! get thee away! / Pray’st thou for riches? Away, away! / This is the throne of Mammon grey.
Mammon.
William
Blake
William Blake
 
WORKS
 
The Poetical Works
The Oxford Blake is the highpoint of editions of the great mystical poet of the Romantic era.
 
 
ANTHOLOGIZED SELECTIONS
 
Cradle Song; Hear the Voice; Little Black Boy; Love's Secret; Night; Night; Reeds of Innocence; Song; Song; The Tiger; The Tiger; To Spring; To Spring; To the Muses; The Everlasting Gospel; The Divine Image; Broken Love; The Crystal Cabinet; Auguries of Innocence; To Thomas Butts; From ‘Milton’; From ‘Jerusalem’; Ah! Sun-Flower; Reeds of Innocence; Night; Auguries of Innocence; Nurse’s Song; Holy Thursday; The Divine Image
 
 
WRITINGS ABOUT ARNOLD
 
Blake
Chapter by J. P. R. Wallis with bibliography from the Cambridge History of English Literature.



 
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