In William blak’s “the sick rose,”the rose and the worm are obvious symbols. symbols of what?
1-the narrator of william blake poem “the lamb”is partially reliable.why?in what sense?what about his view of the lamb,christ,and god is accurate?what about this view is inaccurate?what makes him only partially reliable?what message do we as readers get out of the poem that the narrator misses?these are some issues you may want to consider. be sure to use specific evidence from the text to support your claims
2-In William blak’s “the sick rose,”the rose and the worm are obvious symbols. symbols of what? identify any three things the rose symbolizes,any three things the worm symbolizes,and explain what the poem as a whole means when the worm and the rose are read in those symbolic terms. be sure to explain why both the rose and the worm are apt images for what they represent. for instance, if you think the rose is a symbol for beauty, explain what about the rose makes it a fitting image beauty. use specific details and eamples from the text to support your claims.
3-discuss the treatment of reason in any one of the enlightenment texts we have read. detail the ways the author of the text you have selected views reason. does the text present as a good thing, bad thing, or a mixture of the good and bad? what is good about being rational? whats is bad? does the text suggest that there is a different between divine and human reason?what does the text suggest the relationship between reason and emotion is?these are some of the issues you may want to consider. be sure to use specific from the text to support your claims.
i need an essay one paper for each question and the the text you ned to use is ‘ the norton anthology western literature’ i need it before 6:00am
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