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Blake, William. The book of Urizen: reproduced in facsimile from an original copy of the work printed and illuminated by the author in 1794, formerly in the possession of the late Baron Dimsdale. London: Dent, 1929.
Blake, William, and Geoffrey Keynes. The letters of William Blake. Lond: Hart-Davies, 1956.
Blake, William. The poetical works of William Blake: including the unpublished French Revolution, together with the minor Prophetic books, and selections from the four Zoas, Milton, & Jerusalem., 1941.
Blake, William, and F.G Stokes. The marriage of heaven and hell: a song of liberty. London, 1911.
Blake, William. Songs of innocence and experience: showing the two contrary states of the human soul. Chicago, 1906.
Blake, William. [Unknown].
Blake, William, Thomas Seccombe, Honor C. Appleton, Clifford Wigram, De La More Pr Ltd, Herbert, Daniel, and Hugh Rees Ltd. Songs of innocence. London: Herbert & Daniel, 95 New Bond Street, London, W., 1912.
Blake, William. The writings of William Blake. London: The Nonesuch Press, 1924.
Blake, William. Blake's pencil drawings. Second series edited by Geoffrey Keynes for the Nonesuch Press: [prospectus. London: Nonesuch Press, 1956.
Blake, William. Illustrations of The book of Job: being all the water-colour designs, pencil drawings and engravings reproduced in facsimile. New York: The Pierpont Morgan Library, 1935.
Blake, William, William Michael Rossetti, and William Blake. The poetical works of William Blake, lyrical and miscellaneous. London; New York: G. Bell, 1917.
Blake, William. William Blake's designs for Gray's poems: reproduced in monochrome or colour from the unique copy belonging to His Grace the Duke of Hamilton. London: Oxford University Press, 1922.