I wonder how William Blake would feel about his work being rendered or redacted on the Kindle? To quote from The Marriage of Heaven and Hell: "To create a little flower is the labour of ages." This little flower includes Blake's earlier work: "Songs of Innocence and of Experience" "The Book of Thel" "Songs of Innocence" (engraved in 1789 the year of the outbreak of the French Revolution).
This Kindle free edition is more of an appetizer for readers interested in discovering Blake. However, you get what you pay for. Do yourself a favor and dig deeper, when reading or studying Blake buy William Blake The Complete Poems published by Penguin Classics and Edited by Alicia Ostriker The Complete Poems (Penguin Classics)
or even better stll, purchase a copy of Paul V. Erdman's The Complete Poetry & Prose of William Blake The Complete Poetry & Prose of William Blake
Note on Kindle formatting: Editing and formatting poetry for the Kindle is an taskmaster, and I suspect the editors of this work were not budgeted to be that meticulous or fastidious in their editing. However, there are frequent misuses and abuses of exclamations (Merry, merry sparrow!) and quotation marks which breaks the flow of the Blake's poetry.
In the end, this is a free Kindle edition and you can't complain about that, but so is advice and it is up to you when to follow it or take it.