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Essay Galaxy - Blake's "The Fly" Blake's "The Fly"

This poem is about life. The question this poem poses is "What is Life?" In order to find the answer, according to Blake, one must consider Nature and Thought. The poem itself is filled with emotion and leaves the reader thinking at the end as to what the poem is about, a true romantic fragment. Also, this poem was in Blake's "Songs of Experience," therefore, it was written out of an adult viewpoint. In order to answer the question posed by the author, one must turn to nature to find the answer. "Am not I thee? Or art not thou a man like me?"(p.36) In this quote lies the point and question of the poem. By relating himself to a fly and a fly to him, he asks "What are we?" If we are no better or worse then the fly then we are equal to the fly. If that is the case then life i....

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