Tag Archive: Infant Sorrow

Blake’s Depiction of How Innocence and Experience Are Interconnected Through “Infant Sorrow”

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William Blake’s Songs of Innocence and Experience explores the interconnection of innocence and lack thereof, known as experience. As society is known to believe, childhood is a time of innocence before understanding the… Continue reading

Eccentrics of Blake

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          While poetry covers an array of topics one author stands alone, William Blake. He wrote about many different things during his life. Blake was known well in some circles during his life,… Continue reading

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