William Blake The speaker in the poem is puzzled at the sight of a tiger in the night, and he asks it a series of questions about its fierce appearance and about the creator who made it. It is also a romantic poem to some extent written by the pre-romantic William Blake. It is created in the fire of imagination by the god who has a supreme imagination, spirituality and ideals. The imaginative artist is synonymous with the creator. The man with a revolutionary spirit can use such powers to fight against the evils of experience.
A Poison Tree By William Blake Summary, Analysis, Themes and Question Answers - Smart English Notes
In "London", William Blake brings to light a city overrun by poverty and hardship. Blake discards the common, glorifying view of London and replaces it with his idea of truth. London is nothing more but a city strapped by harsh economic times where Royalty and other venues of power have allowed morality and goodness to deteriorate so that suffering and poverty are all that exist. It is with the use of three distinct metaphors; "mind-forg'd manacles", "blackning Church", and "Marriage hearse", that. Compare and contrast 'London' and ' Upon Westminster Bridge'. Show how the two poets express differing views of London with detailed analysis of the texts and using background research. Refer to styles, techniques and effects of the poetry.
W. B. Yeats
William Blake Is this a holy thing to see In a rich and fruitful land Babes reduced to misery, Fed with cold and usurous hand? Is that trembling cry a song? Can it be a song of joy? And so many children poor? It is a land of poverty!
Leaving the adulterer with The Lamb of God, but he himself does not cast a stone even though he is the one that could for he is pure and innocence, yet he chooses for her to live and be freed of punishment, because he too is gentle. He is always speaks to God and listens for him in his time here on earth. Adam and Eve both fail the test and that saddens God, but it also shows that the couple were not loyal to him. Milton finally allows readers to understand his purpose for writing Paradise Lost, and his passion for it.