by William Blake
Here's a great site devoted to Blake.
This website is dedicated to the history of the Thames, which flowed in Blake's day.
Poet and painter? You know it. This page offers some of Blake's most famous paintings.
This digital resource is filled with Blake material, including a concordance. Log on and enjoy.
Here's the mother load, the most complete source of Blake's illuminated works.
Some dude sings the poem alongside music he wrote, and sweet images, too.
That's right, Marilyn Manson reads the "Proverbs of Hell," from one of Blake's longer works, The Marriage of Heaven and Hell.
Now this is what the poem should sound like. O'mazing.
Enjoy another take on this poem.
This is a very famous of painting of Blake. He appears to be pondering something. Maybe he can see something we can't.
Hmm, why is a little kid leading an old dude?
This gravestone indicates that Blake and his wife lie nearby.
Articles and Interviews
Here's a short discussion of "London" from the great E.P. Thompson's book, Witness Against the Beast.
Here's that standard edition of Blake's complete works, edited by David Erdman.
Here's a famous book by David Erdman about Blake.