The Tyger Essay | The Symmetry: A World with Both Lamb and Tiger

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The Symmetry: A World with Both Lamb and Tiger

Summary: An analysis on William Blake's poem "The Tyger."
Why did God create both gentle and fearful creatures? Why did God create a world with bloodshed, pain and terror? "The Tyger" by William Blake, written in 1794 and included in his collection "Songs of Innocence and Experience", takes readers on a journey of faith. Through a cycle of unanswered questions, William Blake motivates the readers to question God. Blake sees a necessity for balance in the world, and suggests to the readers that God created a world with a balance of good and evil so that humanity can see goodness more clearly through contrast and comparison. This theme is achieved through the poem's imagery, figurative language, and structure. Through the use of symbolism and figurative language, the images Blake creates of the tiger and its creator are so compelling that the readers get an immediate impression of the creator's strength, power, and daring. The unique spelling of "tiger" in the...

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