Symbol and Image in William Blake

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SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY

1. CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BLAKE'S ILLUMINATED AND ENGRAVED BOOKS

(a) The Illuminated Books
(See The Grolier Club of New York, William Blake, Illuminated Books, A Census, compiled by G. Keynes and E. Wolf 2nd, 1953, for details and locations of extant copies.)
There is no Natural Religionc. 1788
All Religions are Onec. 1788
Songs of Innocence 1789
The Book of Thel 1789
The Marriage of Heaven and Hell and A Song of Libertyc. 1790-3
Visions of the Daughters of Albion 1793
America, a Prophecy 1793
Songs of Innocence and of Experience 1794
Europe, a Prophecy 1794
The (First) Book of Urizen 1794
The Book of Ahaniac. 1795
The Book of Los 1795
The Song of Los 1795
The Four Zoas, or Vala (manuscript only) 1795-1804
Milton, a Poem in two Books 1804-8
Jerusalem, The Emanation of the Giant Albion 1804-18
The Ghost of Abel 1822

(b) The Engraved Books
The Gates of Paradise: for children 1793
The Gates of Paradise: for the sexes 1818
Illustrations of the Book of Job 1825

2. SELECTED FACSIMILES OF THE ILLUMINATED BOOKS

Jerusalem. London ( Trianon Press, published for the William Blake Trust), 1952. Heliogravure facsimile printed in black (uncoloured) with additional typographical reprint with numbered lines.
Linnell-Rinder copy.

Jerusalem. London ( Trianon Press, published for the William Blake Trust), 1951. In colour.
Stirling, now Yale University Library copy.

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