Similarities Between The Tyger And Fahrenheit 451

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Elements of Beauty within “The Tyger” and “Fahrenheit 451” I believe that “The Tyger” written by William Blake and Fahrenheit 451, written by Ray Bradbury, both share the thematic message that, “Power is an element of beauty.” The firemen in Fahrenheit 451 had power because they could burn all books; they were famous because of their jobs, and fame, and power is beautiful. For The Tyger, Tigers are a fierce predator, where if you fall into their beautiful eyes, power shall be unleashed upon their prey.
The Tyger was written in 1794 by William Blake. The poem is a reflection on the nature of creation and the existence of evil, as the speaker marvels at the beauty and ferocity of the supposed creature. The historical significance of the poem
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