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William Blake's 'The Chimney Sweeper' and the Theme of Child Neglect
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A 6 page paper discussing this theme in William Blake's infamous Romantic-era poem. The writer details various references made by Blake to child neglect and also describes some of the attitudes that were prevalent at that time. Thesis is well-argued and well-supported. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Blakechi.rtf

William Blake's 'The Lamb' / Analysis
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This 4 page paper argues that William Blake is writing one day and has doubts about who he is and why he is here (the meaning of life). At first, he subscribes to the idea that he is great because he was made in God's image, and he is God's son, just like 'The Lamb,' Jesus. Feeling guilt for his egotistical thoughts, Blake tries to undo what might be seen as disapproval from on high, so he sets out to humble himself and explain himself in terms of 'meek' and 'mild,' praising the Son, and otherwise asking for forgiveness. Once he has seen the simplicity and value in the lines scribbled, he then decides the poem is worthy of sharing, which all ties back into God's plan for him (the meaning of his life). No additional sources cited.
Filename: Blakelam.wps

William Blake's 'The Lamb' / Educating The Lost
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This 4 page paper postulates that 'The Lamb' by William Blake is an epistle for change, in which Blake makes a point of explaining the use of God-given gifts inherent in humans. These gifts are in the form of thought/intellect and the inner quiet voice that, when understanding is achieved, can then be translated to verbalization. Blake's plea is to directed at those who speak before thinking, especially in relationship to an understanding of the God-designed flow of life.
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William Blake's 'The Lamb' vs. 'The Tyger'
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A 4 page paper that posits that William Blake's 'The Lamb' and 'The Tyger' are songs that speak of choice. The choice is both for quality of life and choice for after-life, because if the choice is not made in the instant, it is too late. Making specific comparisons in the visual aesthetics created by the two poems, the writer makes the argument that the choice, according to Blake, is the choice between freedom in 'the Lamb' and enslavement by 'the Devil.' No additional sources cited.
Filename: Tigerlam.wps

William Blake's 'The Lamb' vs. 'The Tyger' / Symmetry
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A 4 page paper that posits that Blake knew what he was writing about in 'The Lamb' and 'The Tyger.' Although the Lamb is perceived as strictly the 'good path,' it is not the poem which speaks of symmetry. That information is provided in 'The Tyger.' This paper argues that while the message in 'The Lamb' may lead to God, so does the message in 'The Tyger.' Being creations of God, both the tiger and the lamb are necessary to individual progress. The true answer lies in balance, or symmetry.
Filename: lambtig

William Blake's 'Tiger, Tiger' -- Explained And Extended
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Sold as 3 pages. This file contains a creative attempt at poetic writing in which the writer adds approximately two verses to William Blake's 'Tiger, Tiger'-- keeping in sync with the original author's intent, meaning, and style. A short explication of the original poem & its meaning is also provided. No outside sources cited.
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William Blake/Use of Opposition in his Poetry
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A 5 page analysis of the poetry of the eighteenth century poet, William Blake. The writer demonstrates how Blake's belief that opposition or 'contrary' forces promoted growth was an underlying metaphor in his work. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: 90blake.rtf

Cultural Influences on Eliot’s “Waste Land”
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A ten page paper looking at T.S. Eliot’s famous 1922 poems in terms of some of the socio-political, scientific, and aesthetic influences that grounded it, as well as its later legacy. Specific works discussed include: Eliot’s essay “Tradition and the Individual Talent,” his poem “Gerontion,” Habermas’ “Modernity’s Consciousness of Time and its Need for Self-Reassurance,” Neitzsche’s “On the Genealogy of Morals,” Camus’ “The Stranger,” Conrad’s “Heart of Darkness,” and Freud’s “Civilization and its Discontents”. Bibliography lists nine sources.
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Jean Toomer's 'Bona and Paul'
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A 5 page paper that describes the significance of color in Jean Toomer's story. This paper demonstrates that Toomer uses different colors, especially reds and purples, to delineate between racial considerations, while at the same time basing many of the concepts of ethnicity and interracial relationships on the color determinations in the work. No additional sources are cited.
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