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Essay Galaxy - Songs of Innocence and Experience: An Analysis Songs of Innocence and Experience: An Analysis

William Blake wrote Songs of Innocence and Experience, concerned with the differences between how children and adults see and understand the world. Blake had a strong belief that man had potential to attain both wisdom and joy. He truly admired the innocence of children, which is reflected in much of his poetry. His poetry is also renowned for its critique of society, injustice, and confusion about religion. The two attributes that Blake admired were pure joy and wisdom. True joy comes from innocence, true wisdom comes from experience. Thus he wrote Songs of Innocence to reflect the innocence and joy of childhood. Songs of Experience were written to reflect the knowledge of injustices, evils and confusion that comes....

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