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Songs of Innocence and of Experience

af William Blake

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The core of William Blake's vision, his greatness as one of the British Romantics, is most fully expressed in his Illuminated Books, masterworks of art and text intertwined and mutually enriching. In 1949 the William Blake Trust was founded to bring these rare, in some cases unique, works to a wider general audience through the publication of superbly produced facsimiles of each book. By the late 1980's these facsimiles had themselves become rare books. The Trust accordingly resolved to initiate a collected edition that would publish accurate reproductions of all the Illuminated Books to be accompanied by notes and commentaries by leading Blake scholars. Songs of Innocence and of Experience, one of the best known of the books, is now reproduced in paperback for the first time from the King's College, Cambridge copy--sometimes known as "Blake's own copy." The poems have been edited with introduction, notes, commentaries, and bibliography.… (mere)

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Illustrated poetry, mostly on religious topics.

1.5/4 (Meh).

"Songs of Innocence" is trite garbage about how Jesus loves you. "Experience" has a lot more craft, but still basically just pushes immature philosophy. And I really do not understand what people see in the art. Is it just that it was expensive to reproduce (and therefor fancy) for a couple centuries? ( )
  comfypants | Dec 29, 2020 |
Csak a tigrisről szóló verset ismertem, azt is más fordításban. Így egyszerre elolvasni kissé sok(k) volt, de az eredeti illusztrációk oldották a hangulatot. Hasznos tapasztalat volt olvasni az eredeti szövegeket és a fordítást együtt - nézni, hogyan változott az eredeti nyelv és milyen eszközökkel lehet ezt érzékeltetni a magyar szövegben. ( )
  gjudit8 | Aug 3, 2020 |
Well, one lousy review can't do Blake's poems any justice, not unless you're flush with time and the soul of a poet, yourself. :)

I can say, however, that the title kinda gives the whole gig away. :) The first section is rife with allusions to Jesus and the second is full of wry and rather sarcastic religious revolutionary insights that I *clearly* appreciate much more than the innocent ones. :)

Yes, love should be shown! No, life should not be this dreary and repressed thing. :)

I particularly love how Blake uses limited PoV narrations, from a little child or an old bard. The mirroring of both characters and themes really does a big number on both types of poetry. I only wish I was reading it with the engravings. :)

Such classics! Well worth the Experience. Everyone should Experience it. :) ( )
  bradleyhorner | Jun 1, 2020 |
Visionary and prophet; he saw angels in trees, but wisely acknowledged they were in his own head. I remember at choir practice a few years ago, a young man rubbishing the words of “Jerusalem”: “And did those feet in ancient time walk upon England’s mountains green? Obviously not!” Ah, but there is poetic truth, the mythos, and logical everyday truth, the logos. Blake is referring to an old legend, and inviting us to ponder how we might behave if this were true. But you could argue for ever with these commonsensical folk who call a spade a spade and see no further than the end of their own noses. What can you do with a guy who looks at his mobile phone all through the intercessions…. Favourites are: “Night”, “Eternity”, "Mock on, mock on" and “Auguries of Innocence”. We still need Blake to remind us of how we should treat creation.
  PollyMoore3 | May 14, 2020 |
Merecidamente, um dos 110 Melhores Livros: A Biblioteca Perfeita escolhidos em 2008 pelo jornal britânico Daily Telegraph. O livro de Blake (de 1794) contrapõe o mundo inocente e pastoral da infância a um mundo adulto de corrupção e repressão. Enquanto poemas como "O Cordeiro" representam a virtude da humildade, poemas como "The Tyger" expõem a oposição de forças as mais soturnas. A coleção, como um todo, explora os valores e limitações de duas diferentes perspectivas sobre o mundo. Muitos dos poemas vêm em pares, de modo que a mesma situação ou problema é vista através da lente primária da inocência e secundária da experiência. Blake não se identifica totalmente com esta ou aquela opinião. Sua visão reside além da inocência e da experiência, em uma posição distante da que ele conta reconhecer, e em tese corrigiu as falácias de ambas. Em particular, ele coloca-se contra a autoridade despótica, a moralidade restritiva, a repressão sexual e a religião institucionalizada. Sua percepção maior consiste em denunciar a forma como tais modos de controle separados trabalham, em conjunto, para reprimir o que há de mais sagrado nos seres humanos. Em tempo, registre-se a transdução espacializada - chamemo-la assim - de Augusto de Campos para "O Tigre". ( )
  jgcorrea | Dec 25, 2018 |
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Essick, Robert N.Redaktørmedforfatternogle udgaverbekræftet
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"Never before surely was a man so literally the author of his own book." - Alexander Gilchrist
Piping down the valleys wild,
Piping songs of pleasant glee,
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He who mocks the Infants Faith
Shall be mock'd in the Age & Death
He who shall teach the Child of Doubt
The rotting Grave shall neer get out (E492)
Blake claims that all religious beliefs, however various, have a common origin in the "Poetic Genius" (E1), the godlike spirit within all people.
A note that Blake wrote in his manuscript of "The Four Zoas" also cautions us against dismissing innocence as naivete: "Innocence dwells with Wisdom but never with Ignorance" (E697).
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Contains about 150 pages commentary by Robert N. Essick. Please do not combine with other editions of Blake's work.
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The core of William Blake's vision, his greatness as one of the British Romantics, is most fully expressed in his Illuminated Books, masterworks of art and text intertwined and mutually enriching. In 1949 the William Blake Trust was founded to bring these rare, in some cases unique, works to a wider general audience through the publication of superbly produced facsimiles of each book. By the late 1980's these facsimiles had themselves become rare books. The Trust accordingly resolved to initiate a collected edition that would publish accurate reproductions of all the Illuminated Books to be accompanied by notes and commentaries by leading Blake scholars. Songs of Innocence and of Experience, one of the best known of the books, is now reproduced in paperback for the first time from the King's College, Cambridge copy--sometimes known as "Blake's own copy." The poems have been edited with introduction, notes, commentaries, and bibliography.

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