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The Lamb and The Earth: Denying Dichotomy

William Blake’s Songs of Innocence and Experience are dichotomized into two categories: one of the newness of childhood and another that is tainted by the perils of misery. However, although the poems differ in form and attitude, there are also parallels and threads that beg to be analyzed by the reader. The poem EARTH’s Answer. from […] Continue reading

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