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The Poetry of William Blake
An analysis of the poetry of William Blake, one of the earliest English Romantic poets.
# 144246 | 1,250 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2009 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2009 in Literature (Poetry)


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This paper examines and analyzes the poetry of William Blake, one of the earliest English Romantic poets, focusing in particular on themes of religion, society and most importantly, innocence versus experience, good versus evil and animals. Although his body of work is analyzed in general, five of his poems are examined in detail: "The Tyger", "The Chimney Sweep" and "London" from the "Songs of Experience" and "The Lamb" and "The Chimney Sweep" from "The Songs of Innocence". The paper mentions that Blake was an excellent engraver and painter, and most of his poems are accompanied by artwork, and should be considered part of the poem.

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"This paper will examine and analyze the poetry of William Blake, one of the earliest English Romantic poets, focusing in particular on themes of religion, society and most importantly, innocence versus experience, good versus evil and animals. Although his body of work will be analyzed in general, five of his poems will be examined in detail: The Tyger, The Chimney Sweep and London from the Songs of Experience and The Lamb and The Chimney Sweep from "The Songs of Innocence". Blake was an excellent engraver and painter, and most of his poems are accompanied by artwork, and should be considered part of the poem."

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