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Online College Education is now free! Analysis Critique Overview Below.: Another think that occured to me: End of second poem Little Girl Found says: Then they followed And saw their sleeping child Among tigers wild. They found her but never came back They could be dead for all that Also then the parents could be ead before they found the lion: In the southern clime, Never fades away, Lovely Lyca lay.
The lovely weather that never fades could be more than warm and snny all year round Weather is going crazy everywhere, disasters and all that He says on the start of the poem that as a prophecy Posted on by a guest.: I really find it hard to think of the lion representing abuse or anything bad for on the second poem where the parents find Lika the lion protects the girl and the parents.
God and good people trying to help?
But I can also see the idea of a real girl going through adolescence trouble or just fascing the wild world we live in. The parents see her suffering and try to reach out and help but If her heart does ache, Then let Lyca wake; If my mother sleep, Lyca shall not weep.
The lion could really be religion as oposed to the tiger also mentioned on other poems as an evil force for he sometimes sound like an angel or even god. Even if you take off all the religion stuff the lion still sounds like a saviour speccially on the second. As an IB DP student my initial interpretation of the poem was that of the religious aspect.
The serpent is calling for her; telling her to 'take the apple' as Eve did in the Bible "sweet sleep, come to me, underneath this tree".
Both her parents are concerned and her mother weeps, this may be because Lyca may be going through the Natural Process of life. Then the kingly lion representing a Christlike figure or a guardian angel, protects her from the "beasts of prey".
However, not to go into detail there is another interpretation of Lyca experiencing adolescences and the lion representing a rapist steals her innocence giving her unwanted experience.
Therefore robbing her of her virginity - bestowing sadness upon her and her family.
And so on and so forth I am only able to really argue the religious fact behind William Blake's poem; the message in which he sends to his readers is to "put aside their fear and hesitation and accept God in themselves as Lyca accepts her lover" Blake.
Oh, on the other hand, Lyca in Greek "Laika" means harlot or prostitutes which contradicts my interpretation as one that leads to Christ. I know no explainations are allowed but my A Level class were reading this peom and we were wondering if Lyca has any significant meaning.
I cannot find the origin of the name so I am not so sure if I is a name of if Blake made it up. My overall opinion of this poem is that Blake seems to me talking paedophillia and that the lion and lioness are taking the girls sexual innocence from her giving her experience of how evil the world can be.
Please take into account that I am only an A-level student When I first read between the lines, firstly I saw an innocent child.
Then, developing into an adult throwing herself into the big wide world, upsetting and worrying her parents. Reading even closer, I decided that anoother interpretation was that Lyca was infact Mother Nature battling against the industrial revolution.
Furthermore, there are certain words that can be related to the loss of virginity, or how lyca's body is changing with age - references to mensturation. Now to tackle my essay - I do like Willy:(Blake was pretty straight-edge, though you might not have thought so, based on the poem.) Blake died in , but "Auguries of Innocence" wasn't published until , when it dropped on the world with all the force of a posthumously released Michael Jackson album.
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