Songs of Innocence and Experience
This beautiful, hardcover gift edition allows Blake to communicate with his readers as he intended, reproducing his illuminations and lettering from the finest existing example of the original. In this way readers can experience the mystery and beauty of Blake’s poems as he created them. This... show more
This beautiful, hardcover gift edition allows Blake to communicate with his readers as he intended, reproducing his illuminations and lettering from the finest existing example of the original. In this way readers can experience the mystery and beauty of Blake’s poems as he created them. This unique edition is essential for those who love Blake’s work, and also offers an ideal entrance into his visionary world for those encountering him for the first time.
Publish date: March 1st 2007
Pages no: 54
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Read For School
, English Literature
, 18th Century
I only read this because a certain villain was involved and i'm glad i did , this book has many short beautiful poems , and i certainly enjoyed reading them while imagining Klaus reading them , with that voice and accent of his ( excuse the fangirling)
Reseña cuando termine de analizarlo como se debe. (Y dependiendo de si apruebo el cuatrimestre)
The book is divided into two parts that reflect one another. The first part is songs of innocence and the second part is songs of experience. The book was originally written with the poems set into individual illustrations also by Blake. My version had those original illustrations a written text ...
In this wonderful book, William Blake was a real "Tiger .." And his poems were "Burning bright in the forests of the night"!How Amazing!The poems are divided into two parts: Songs of Innocence, and Songs of Experience. The first part is full of childish hope and light, while the second part is full ...
Briefly: Three thoughts on this one: 1) Most of the friends who have read this have given it 4, if not 5, stars. I’m always pleased when friends have enjoyed a text. For me, though, this falls solidly into the Ugh category, and I’m reminded of all the Whys I, generically, dislike poetry and Why I ab...
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