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The Complete Poetry and Prose of William Blake

@inproceedings{Blake1982TheCP,
  title={The Complete Poetry and Prose of William Blake},
  author={William Hume Blake and David V. Erdman and Harold C. Bloom},
  year={1982}
}
Since its first publication in 1965, this edition has been widely hailed as the best available text of Blake's poetry and prose. Now revised, if includes up-to-date work on variants, chronology of poems and critical commentary by Harold Bloom. An "Approved Edition" of the Center for Scholarly Editions of the Modern Language Association. 
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