Tag Archive: The Tyger

The Duality of Innocence and Experience in William Blake’s “The Tyger”


As a poem, William Blake’s “The Tyger” functions much the same way that the rest of Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience does; teetering on the precipice of duality in not only… Continue reading

Perspective and Perception, Everything Changes


In this picture, two people are looking at the same thing but from different perspectives. Because they are seeing it differently, they are also perceiving it differently. (Kate.)

The Tyger and the Mentalist


When a work survives the ages and becomes an often recited and much studied piece of literature, it is taken and used in many different ways than originally intended. It could have the… Continue reading

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