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Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. Abandoning Tiriel was probably a business decision, though one made for and not by Blake. No direct evidence of Blake approaching a publisher exists, let alone of his being rejected by one, but, again, the unillustrated The French Revolution is instructive.
No books are extant, and what was proofed was never published, perhaps out of fear of government reprisals. Indeed, as we shall see, both aesthetic and commercial forces helped Blake to invent relief etching and develop it into illuminated printing. These comments may indeed reveal that he was thinking about illustrated books and even wanted to illustrate his own books, but such sentiments are not incremental steps towards illuminated printing, because Blake is imagining in conventional terms and not about integrating text and illustration, and, most importantly, given its satirical context, because he is not really thinking in terms of self-publication.
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His engraving all of Tiriel was never a viable option. The idea of publishing himself occurs only after the invention of relief etching, once he sees that he can use his new mode for writing as well as images and both in the same space. Relief etching, 4. Link to the William Blake Archive.