“The Tyger,” is a poem written by William Blake. This poem comes in his songs of experience because while saying the tiger we understand a fearful animal creator. The tiger represents the symbol of fear. In this writing, the writer wanted to explore the real relationship between human and nature. While he was writing this poem, Britain was experiencing an industrial revolution as well as a great deal of economic and social change. That time, people started to become disconnected from the natural world. Especially those rural people who have left the countryside due to work and live materialistic life, earn money in industrial towns and cities.
In the first stanza writer wanted to say the fearful burning light and god’s creation of god. He also addresses the god’s power because god created it.
In the second stanza, the poet is curious about the god’s existence and imagines his way and braveness of god because he creates that much power and his art.
In the third and fourth stanza he again glorifies the god by saying what the tool he used and what the final image of the art. Also compare with the man who works the different size of material by purifying the Loah and mind.
He further expresses the glory of god and he says the stars might have thrown the weapons and heaven may have cried by seeing that art. Also, he states another query about the reaction of god after completing the art of tiger or he says is the same god made the kind hearted Lamb (Son of God/Jesus Christ) and tiger both.
The symbol of the tiger is a reminding factor of what the human being lost in the age of industrialization. The writer tries to reconnect us with the wonders of nature. The writer tries to the negative things of the world and his imagination of the god and his reaction after making that art. How the same god creates the both opposite creators. In this poem he glorifies the god and his both are of fearful creatures (negativity)and lamb(kindness) both.
More Note from Class 12 major English.
- The Day of The Dead by Octavio Paz
- Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
- The Tiger by William Blake
- Much Madness is divinest Sense
- ‘When I am Dead my Dearest’ by Christina Georgina Rossetti
- Lady Clare By Alfred Lord Tennyson
- ‘What is Poverty’ by Jo Goodwin Parker
- ‘The Time Factor’ by Gloria Steinem
- Enemies by Anton Chekhov
- In Another Country by Ernest Hemingway
- The Penalty of Death by H.L. Mencken
- ‘Duchoux’ by Guy De Maupassant
- The Use of Force by William Carlos Williams
- An Episode of War
- On His Blindness is composed by John Milton
- Shall I Compare Thee to A Summer’s Day is a sonnet by William Shakespeare
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