The Poetry Of William Blake
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Many poems written by the same author often have similar themes.
The authors usually believe in something very strongly and their poems
usually reflect such a nature. Sometimes poets reflect aspects of their
personal life in their poems. In the poems "The Lamb" and "The Tiger", by
William Blake, ....
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.... There are a few themes developed in "The Lamb." Blake describes
the lamb as symbol of childhood innocence. He also questions about how the
lamb was brought into existence, which mentions another theme of divine
intervention and how all creatures were created. The poem is nothing but
one wondering question to another (Harmon, p. 361).
"The Tiger" by William Blake describes the tiger as being an symbol
of evil. This is displayed when Blake says "What an anvil? what dread
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