William Blake’s Songs of Experience 1794. Songs of Experience : a collection of twenty-six poems displaying the importance of freedom. “The Sick Rose” “The Tyger” “The Clod and the Pebble” “London”. Authorial Eponyms. Eponym : A word derived from a proper name
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Songs of Experience
Eponym: A word derived from a proper name
An aged, crippled man and a child who seems to be leading him appear as two victims of Blake’s London.How does Blake’s drawing affect the poem?