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The Tyger. By William Blake. “The Tyger ”. “Immortal hand or eye”. “In what furnace was thy brain?”. “Burning bright in the forests of the night”. IS GOD HAPPY?. YES...Creating the tiger to notice it all the time...HE MUST BE! NO...Did the tiger have to be the evil one?.

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the tyger

The Tyger

By William Blake

Sylvia Muthukkumaru 9HE

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“The Tyger”

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immortal hand or eye
“Immortal hand or eye”

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is god happy
IS GOD HAPPY?
  • YES...Creating the tiger to notice it all the time...HE MUST BE!
  • NO...Did the tiger have to be the evil one?

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what do you think
What do you think?
  • God is happy... STAND UP
  • God is not happy...SIT DOWN

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the lamb songs of innocence
The Lamb (Songs of Innocence)
  • Little Lamb, who made thee?Dost thou know who made thee?Gave thee life, and bid thee feedBy the stream and o'er the mead;Gave thee clothing of delight,Softest clothing, woolly, bright;Gave thee such a tender voice,Making all the vales rejoice?Little Lamb, who made thee?Dost thou know who made thee?Little Lamb, I'll tell thee,Little Lamb, I'll tell thee:He is called by thy name,For he calls himself a Lamb;He is meek and he is mild,He became a little child:I a child, and thou a lamb,We are called by his name.Little lamb, God bless thee!Little lamb, God bless thee!

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comparison
Comparison
  • The Tyger...
    • Associated with fire/ furnace.
    • Fire has connotations of danger
  • The Lamb...
    • Associated with a child.
    • A child has connotations of being young, joyful and INNOCENT!

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IS

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GOD

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happy
HAPPY?

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thank you
Thank you!

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