Category Archive: William Blake

Jul 23

Theme and Summary of The Schoolboy by William Blake

Theme and Summary of The Schoolboy by William Blake I love to rise in a summer morn, When the birds sing on every tree; The distant huntsman winds his horn, And the sky-lark sings with me. O what sweet company!

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Sep 23

Comparison Between William Blake’s Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience.

Compare and Contrast between William Blake’s Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience. Introduction: In songs of innocence William Blake sings the songs of enjoyment and happiness and he is the piper of happy and pleasant songs that make the children more delighted to hear. Here, Nurse of innocence keeps herself in very close with …

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Sep 23

William Blake as a Romantic Poet

Discuss William Blake is a Romantic Poet  Introduction: Romanticism leads the elements of imagination, nature, worship, liberty, mysticism and symbolism. The common subject of Romanticism is the recollections of childhood. Sometime it keeps the simple emotion of humanity in a simple diction. William Blake is the person who creates songs

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Aug 05

Critical Analysis of Introduction by William Blake

Songs of Innocence  Introduction: William Blake is considered as the poet of children’s right. Most of the themes of his poets or songs are about the rights of the children. In Introduction, he has urged his audience to listen to “the voice of the Bard!” who can see past, present, and future. In contrast to the “Introduction” for …

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Jul 28

Summary of The Lamb by William Blake

Summary of The Lamb by William Blake Summary: In the beginning of the song the speaker who is a child is very curious about the creature of the lamb. So, he asks the lamb about its origins and he wants to know where they come from. Then he repeats his question in a slightly different way.  Gradually, the speaker …

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Jul 28

Critical Analysis of The Echoing Green by William Blake

Critical Analysis of The Echoing Green by William Blake Introduction: “The Echoing Green” is a great creation of William Blake which is more, a lovely landscape graced with the sound of vernal sports of children, birds and bells. It is taken from Blake’s Snogs of Innocence. It is heavenly voice of childhood unchallenged by the test and …

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Jul 10

Critical Analysis of “The Lamb” by William Blake

Introduction: “The Lamb” is designed in two different stanzas. In the first stanza the author raises many questions by the child to the lamb and in the second part the child itself answers those questions. Form: “The Lamb” has two stanzas; each stanza bears five rhymed couplets. Repetition in the first and last couplet of each …

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Jul 10

Critical Analysis of The Shepherd by William Blake

Critical Analysis of The Shepherd by William Blake  Summary:  The poem tells about of a Shepherd who cares for his flock, and it only includes positive language about the relationship between shepherd and sheep. The shepherd has no fixed workplace, must only follow his sheep, and has “songs of praise” on this tongue constantly. He has nothing to listen …

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