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Love and Romanticism in Blake and Hemans
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A ten page paper looking at the way poets William Blake and Felicia Hemans looked at the issue of romantic love in several selected poems. The paper argues that neither writer was really capable of seeing marriage and love as a relationship of equals. The poems covered include Hemans’ “Image in Lava” and “The Mirror in the Deserted Hall,” and Blake’s “Marriage of Heaven and Hell.” Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: KBhemans.wps

Man vs. Nature In The Poetry of the Romantic Era
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An insightful, 6 page essay on how the poems of Blake, Wordsworth & Keats represented a renewed hope for civilization. The writer argues that each of these poets spoke of how the world could be cured of its problems if man would only work in harmony with nature. Wordsworth's 'The World is Too Much With Us' and Blake's 'London' are among the poems used in this analysis. No Bibliography.
Filename: Poemhero.rtf

The Little Black Boy
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A 3 page paper discussing the poem of the same title by William Blake. In the examination of this poem we illustrate three separate themes within the poem. These themes are innocence, faith, and lack of worth. By illustrating these themes we gain a very accurate picture of the speaker and learn things about innocence and experience. Unlike other poems, which illustrate innocence as something to be treasured, this poem illustrates a sad innocence that is better grown out of. No additional sources cited.
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The Tyger, The Lamb, & The Mill In William Blake
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A 5 page paper discussing how the use of image or metaphor in three of William Blake's poems can both illuminate and cloud his meaning. The paper shows that if the concepts being alluded to are well-known and well-understood, reference to them enhances the intelligibility of the poem, but if the sources are themselves obscure, reference to them only makes the poem more difficult to understand. No additional sources cited.
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