This collection of the Complete Works of William Blake has all of the following works: A Father's Memoirs of His Child, All Religions Are One, There Is No Natural Religion, America: a Prophecy, An Island in the Moon: A Satirical Work, Europe: a Prophecy, Jerusalem: The Emanation of the Giant Albion, Milton: a Poem, Poetical Sketches, Sibylline Leaves: On Homer's Poetry & On Virgil, Songs of Experience, Songs of Innocence, The Book of Ahania, The Book of Los, The Song of Los, The Book of Thel, The Book of Urizen, The Four Zoas, The French Revolution, The Letters of William Blake, The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, Tiriel, Visions of the Daughters of Albion, Satirical Verses and Epigrams (Blake Notebook), Songs and Ballads (Blake Notebook), Assorted Works (Blake Notebook)
William Blake (1757-1827) was an English poet and visual artist often linked to the Romantic movement. As a youth in London, he was primarily educated at home before becoming an engraver's apprentice. Later, Blake would attend the Royal Academy and eventually find work in publishing. His debut, Poetical Sketches, was printed in 1783 followed by Songs of Innocence in 1789. The latter is arguably his most popular collection due to its vivid imagery and thought-provoking themes.