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WILLIAM BLAKE’S DEFINITION OF EVIL
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This 3 page paper gives an indepth analysis of William Blake's perception and definition of evil. Poems used to support the thesis include: The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, The Lamb, and Garden of Love. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: MBwblke.rtf

William Blake’s Songs of Innocence and Experience
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A 7 page paper which examines the Songs of Experience and the Songs of Innocence of William Blake. The poems examined are The Lamb (Innocence), The Tyger (Experience), Holy Thursday (Innocence), and Holy Thursday (Experience). Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: RAblkpms.rtf

William Blake’s The Garden of Love
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A 4 page analysis of William Blake’s poem The Garden of Love. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: RAwllg.rtf

William Blake/"The Chimney Sweep"
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A 6 page essay that analyzes Blake's poems "The Chimney Sweep" (both versions) in his Songs of Innocence and Experience. The writer argues that the ultimate meaning of the poems derives from a synthesis of the two "contraries" considered together. Blake's intent with these poems is always to alter the consciousness of the reader, to open a new vista, a new perspective, to force the reader to reconsider the paradigms of the era. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khwbchm.rtf

William Blake/"The Tyger"
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A 5 page essay that analyzes Blake poem "The Tyger." The writer explains the nature of Blake's Songs of Innocence and Experience and relates this poem to its counterpart, "The Lamb." The writer also argues that this poem's principal concern is the nature of God. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khwbtygr.rtf

William Blake/Infant Poems
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A 4 page essay that discusses Blake's intentions with his poems Songs of Innocence and Experience. The writer explicates and contrasts "Infant Joy" and "Infant Sorrow" and also discusses both poems by Blake entitled "The Chimney Sweeper." No additional sources cited.
Filename: khblin.rtf

William Blake/London
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A 3 page essay that explicates William Blake's poem London. The writer argues that Blake was frequently critical of English society in his poetry, subtly attacking many of the established institutions and cultural ideas of his era. In his poem "London," Blake paints a portrait of the city that depicts it has having fallen into moral chaos. Appalled at the suffering, poverty, prostitution and mistreatment of children, Blake's poem is scathing social commentary that was intended to open the eyes of the upper classes to the degradation of their society as a whole. London is also briefly compared to Blake's The Chimney Sweeper. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khbllon.rtf

William Blake/Symbolism in "The Tyger"
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:A 4 page essay that examines the meaning and symbolism behind Blake's depiction of a "tyger" as the personification of evil. The writer discusses how this poem fits with Blake's conception of "contraries" or opposites and the theological implications of the existence of evil. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: khtyger2.rtf


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