Blake, William. SONGS OF INNOCENCE.
Yellow Springs, OH Kahoe & Company 1928 small 8vo. quarter cloth, paper-covered boards. (vi), 28 pages. Printed and bound at The Antioch Press. Twenty-one poems by the eighteenth-nineteenth century English artist/poet. Cover rubbed at edges, soiled. Covers rubbed with wear along spine. Name in ink on free endpaper. Price: $ 20.00
Order nr. 44887
(Peter Pauper Press) Blake, William SONGS OF INNOCENCE AND EXPERIENCE
Mount Vernon Peter Pauper Press n.d. small 8vo. patterned paper-covered boards. 57, (3) pages The English poet and artist William Blake (1757-1827) was one of greatest figures of Romanticism. The two collections of poems, Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience were originally published in 1789 and 1794 respectively. The latter contains Blake's most famous poem, The Tyger. Illustrated with blue roundels showing pairs or groups of cupids engaged in various activities. Printed with blue and black. Printed on paper made special for the press. Price: $ 10.00
Order nr. 116330