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APPROACHING ENGLISH LITERATURE BY STUDENTS OS 4 ESO
APPROACHING ENGLISH LITERATURE BY STUDENTS OS 4 ESO
APPROACHING ENGLISH LITERATURE BY STUDENTS OS 4 ESO
APPROACHING ENGLISH LITERATURE BY STUDENTS OS 4 ESO
APPROACHING ENGLISH LITERATURE BY STUDENTS OS 4 ESO
APPROACHING ENGLISH LITERATURE BY STUDENTS OS 4 ESO
APPROACHING ENGLISH LITERATURE BY STUDENTS OS 4 ESO
APPROACHING ENGLISH LITERATURE BY STUDENTS OS 4 ESO
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APPROACHING ENGLISH LITERATURE BY STUDENTS OS 4 ESO

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  • 1. BIBLIOGRAPHY WILLIAM BLAKE José Manuel Delgado García and Paula Rodero Minguet Class: 4º B
  • 2.
    • WILLIAM BLAKE’S LIFE
    • William Blake was born in London on November 28 of 1757.
  • 3. He was a poet, a painter, engraver and mystical Englishman.
  • 4. William Blake was born in a middle class family, his father was a hosier and his mother Catherine Wright, belongued to moravian church (a religious sect).
  • 5. On August 4 of 1772, at the age of fourteen years, Blake began his seven years of learning with James Basire.
  • 6. William blake married on August 18 of 1782 in St's church Mary Battersea. Catherine was for then illiterate, and she signed with one x your marital contract. Blake would teach him to read and write .
  • 7. William Blake died in 1827 and his was buried in a tomb without naming.
  • 8.
    • LITERARY WORKS
    • Iluminated books
    • h.1788: "All Religions are One" .
      • "There is No Natural Religion" .
    • 1789: "Songs of Innocence" ( "Cantares de inocencia" ). (*)
      • "The Book of Thel" .
    • 1790–1793: "The Marriage of Heaven and Hell" ( "El matrimonio del cielo y el infierno" ).
    • 1793: "Visions of the Daughters of Albion" ( "Las visiones de las hijas de Albión" ).
      • "America: a Prophecy" ( "América: una profecía" ).
    • 1794: "Europe: a Prophecy" ( "Europa: una profecía" ).
      • "The First Book of Urizen" ( "El libro de Urizén" ).
      • "Songs of Experience" ( "Canciones de experiencia" ). (*)
    • 1795: "The Book of Los" .
      • "The Song of Los" .
      • "The Book of Ahania" .
    • h.1804–h.1811: "Milton: a Poem" ( "Milton: un poema" ).
    • 1804–1820: "Jerusalem: The Emanation of The Giant Albion" ( "Jerusalén" ).
  • 9. Not illuminated books 1783: Poetical Sketches (*) 1789: Tiriel 1791: The French Revolution 1797: The Four Zoas Illustrated by Blake 1791: Mary Wollstonecraft, Original Stories from Real Life . 1797: Edward Young, Night Thoughts . 1805–1808: Robert Blair, The Grave . 1808: John Milton, Paraíso perdido . 1819–1820: John Varley, Visionary Heads . 1821: R.J. Thornton, Virgil . 1823–1826: El libro de Job . 1825–1827: Dante, La Divina Comedia (inacabado).

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