The Tyger Essay | William Blake: "The Tyger" Vs. "The Lamb"

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William Blake: "The Tyger" Vs. "The Lamb"

Summary: A compare and contrast essay on William Blake's "The Tyger" and "The Lamb."
William Blake himself was a creative figure, who after all was the creator of both "The Tyger" and "The Lamb." Blake forged his own visions, inspirations and language into his poetry and art, and has expressed his concerns and opinions through the collection of "'"Innocence And Experience"'"- by exploring to two contrary states of the human mind that are both essential to humanity.

To begin, the apparent simplicity of "The Lamb" contrasts with the complexity of "The Tyger" that was forged with the "hammer" and "chain"; however, when the question "did he who make the lamb make thee"" is posed, it becomes evident that perhaps the boundaries that separate innocence from experience are in fact surprisingly close together. Structurally, "The Lamb" is presented in two stanzas, where simply the first stanza poses the questions and the second answers them. However...

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