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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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william blake s songs of experience 1794
William Blake’s

Songs of Experience

1794

songs of experience a collection of twenty six poems displaying the importance of freedom
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
Authorial Eponyms

Eponym: A word derived from a proper name

  • Orwellian –something that brings to mind the totalitarian dystopia depicted in Orwell’s 1984.
  • Dickensian –something which resembles the conditions within Charles Dickens’s novels (squalid and poverty-stricken conditions).
  • Blakean –writing which demands to processed on many levels simultaneously.
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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?

blake was painfully deliberate in his selections of words
Blake was painfully deliberate in his selections of words…
  • Explain why the change from “dirty” to “charter’d” is significant.
  • Consider the effect of the word “wander” instead of “walk” in line one.
  • How does the word “mark” affect the poem?