The poetry by William Blake is astounding and riveting as it presents grand social commentaries in the simplest manner. He comments on the journey from innocence of childhood to the experiences of age. In some poems he creates deep and entrancing characters through which he presents his ideas. Thought-provoking and profound ideas are presented in a moving manner.
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by on October 22, 2016
- ReadHowYouWant, January 2006
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