Songs of innocence and of experience is an illustrated collection of poems by william blake it appeared in two phases a few first copies were printed and illuminated by william blake himself in 1789 . Songs of innocence and experience by william blake i dont completely understand why some people choose to take the classics respect them for what they are on the shelf and then shove them into a box in the back of the closet. Songs of innocence and of experience is an illustrated collection of poems by william blake it appeared in two phases a few first copies were printed and illuminated by william blake himself in 1789 five years later he bound these poems with a set of new poems in a volume titled songs of . The songs of innocence dramatize the naive hopes and fears that inform the lives of children and trace their transformation as the child grows into adulthood some of the poems are written from the perspective of children while others are about children as seen from an adult perspective. The songs of innocence and of experience were intended by blake to show the two contrary states of the human soul the tyger is the contrary poem to the lamb in the songs of innocence the lamb is about a kindly god who calls himself a lamb and is himself meek and mild
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