Analysis Of Poem ' The Tyger '
ANALYSIS OF THE POEM’S IMAGERY
When it comes to animals, humans are very visual. We don’t want to be told what an animal looks like. We want pictures, videos or maybe even a trip to the zoo. Therefore, William Blake’s attention to imagery in “The Tyger” is not surprising. What is surprising is the way he develops the image of the tiger, blacksmith and lamb. In the opening lines of the poem, Blake describes the Tiger’s infamous striped orange coat by saying, “Tyger, Tyger burning bright, in the forests