The Life of William Blake (Classic Reprint)

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1kg Limited, 2015 M07 4 - 508 pages
Excerpt from The Life of William Blake

In Vol. II. Will also now be found an Essay on Blake, by James Smetham, republished (by per mission) from the London Quarieif/y Review. Its fine qualities and its inaccessibility will, I feel assured, make it welcome here as an important accession to a work which aims 'to gather to a focus all the light that can be shed on Blake and on the creations of his genius.

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