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William Blake (1757-1827) English Poetry

William Blake (1757-1827)
Blake was born in London and was educated at Henry Pars Drawing School
before becoming apprentice to the engraver, James Basire (1772-79). By the
time he opened a print shop in London in 1784, he was already established
as a graphic designer and drawing tutor. When he went to live in Sussex
(1800-03), he was charged with high treason but acquitted, after which he
returned to London. After a rather unsuccessful show of his artistic work in
1809, he went into obscurity and became a mystic. A radical supporter of the
French Revolution, he was an outright critic of the social evils which he linked
with the Industrial Revolution. His work as a poet and artist is usually
understood in the context of his social, political and religious beliefs. He was
not really understood by his peers but much has been written on him by
twentieth-century readers who appreciate the greatness he achieved in his
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