William Blake Essay | Blake Vs. Keats

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Blake Vs. Keats

Summary: This essay compares writing differences between William Blake and John Keats.
Poets have very different opinions and outlooks. Some poems are depressing and not as enjoyable. Others have an overload of happiness expressed in their lines; it depends on the author who wrote them. William Blake and John Keats poems were very contrasting, but had a few similarities. Blake would create happiness in his Innocent poems and in his Experience poems, more harsh lines were found. On the other hand, Keats' poems focused more on depression, anger and suicidal considerations.

William Blake didn't originate his career as a poet. He was steered in the direction of becoming an artist and engraver, as his Dad had sent him to drawing school by age fourteen. He later became an apprentice to many extravagant people and eventually married. He developed a new career of which he drew pictures to go along with his poems; from there he created Songs of Innocence...

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