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Jackson State Community College The Tyger Poem by William Blake Analysis

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View lecture: English Romantic Poets  Reading assignments: o Read introduction “Romantic Poets and their Successors” pp. 896-899. o Read about British poets and their poems: Blake’s “The Tyger” (pp. 904-908; p.913), Wordsworth’s “The World Is Too Much with Us” (pp. 919-922; p. 933), Shelley’s “Ode to the West Wind” (pp. 969-971; pp. 973-975), Browning’s “My Last Duchess” (pp. 1011-1012; p. 1016-1017), and Tennyson’s “Ulysses” (pp. 1001-1003; pp. 1009-1010).

1. Write and submit a summary of one of the poems read this week. (180 WORDS)

2. Analyze how man's selfish desires are part of the dramatic monologues read this week. (300 WORDS)

3. How is nature depicted in this week’s poetry? Choose two poems from this week and analyze their ideas about nature. (300 WORDS)


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English Lesson 3
1). Write and submit a summary of one of the poems read this week
In his insightful poem, The Tyger, William Blake, considered as a visionary poet in the
English literature, provides an anthologized poem that comprises majorly of questions regarding
the nature of God as well as creation. Of importance, he deliberates on whether God created both
beings, such as the Lamb, seen as vulnerable together with the fearful tiger. Most importantly,
Blake presents the tiger as a symbolic creature for one of the most vital difficult questions in
religion, which is why God would permit the existence of evil in the world.
On the other hand, Blake’s poem expresses the marvel along with the wonder that the
tiger beholds due to its immense power, similar to the power of God and nature. In essence,
Blake points out at tiger’s presence as a creature with flashes of color that illuminate the dark
night-time forest. He endeavors to comprehend the skill together with the effort behind the
creator of the creature based on its fearsome beauty. Besides, Blake at...

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