William Blake’s Images from L’ Allegro and Il Penseroso

I had to remove the images from The Nativity Ode, so if you haven’t seen those, and would like to, let me know. William Blake produced these prints in 1816. I wasn’t able to get the graphics of what were the back of each print, which included Blake’s written title and comments of the design. I didn’t get them because I lack the web space to post them (and am too cheap to pay for any extra), so if you’re truly interested go here and find’em yourself, or let me know and I’ll help you out. So here are the images:
Night Startled By the Lark
The Sun At His Eastern Gate
A Sunshine Holiday
The Goblin
The Youthful Poet’s Dream
The Wandering Moon
The Spirit of Plato
The Sun in His Wrath
Milton’s Mysterious Dream
Milton in His Old Age

Melancholy and The Sun At His Eastern Gate are particularly breathtaking.

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