In The Nurse's Song Of Innocence And The Lamb Analysis

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The new philosophy, styles and thoughts began its romantic journey in the early 19th century. Therefore, the romantic became a very new one from the Neo-classical one. The difference was associated by famous poets including William Blake. The Songs of Innocence and The Songs of Experience series works were published by the William Blake in late 180s and 1790s. Initially, Blake was twelve years old when he had started writing poem. He was both an idealistic and supernatural writer. As per Gillingham 2002, the poem he has narrated are described of his central ideas and imaginary. The purity of childhood innocence and sincerity are admired in the concentration of innocence wittings while the adulthood corruption displayed its work in the manner of darker mood. The Lamb: The narrator states the Lamb humble, the God’s most tender and innocent creature. According to Bottrall 1970, rural beauty scene is decorated by the Blake and they are in the form of enjoyable, jovial bountiful and in heavenly peace. It is a pastoral setting poem away from the city life but resided with rich. The poet conveys that the child conversation with the Lamb. Its language and arrangement contains very simple. That is why The Lamb is found in the form of Song of Innocence.…show more content…
After the Songs of Experience, Nurse’s Song of Innocence has formed the counterpart of its length twice. During the poem, rhyming scheme are used ABCB. The poem has set the scene in the first stanza and a call and response structure in three next stanzas. In the second stanza, the child is being called by the Nurse. There is a piteous reply that consist in third stanza and eventually the request of the children is being response by the Nurse in the fourth stanza. It is a poem that has involved many sounds and voices in contrast from the previous Songs of
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