Blake critics

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George Norton on the Chimney Sweeper (Innocence)
"What Blake is attacking here is the the role of the established church in maintaning the dispossessed in a state of false consciousness"
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Simon Korner on London
"a devastating and concise political analysis"
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Kevin Hutchings on the Introduction of Innocence
"allegorises key stages of human life"
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Kevin Hutchings on Nurse's Song (Innocence)
"Alegorically, Blake's pastoral poem shows that tyranny has no place in society"
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Kevin Hutchings on Nurse's Song (Experience)
"unfortunate children remain subject to a grim form of authoritarian governance"
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Kevin Hutchings on the Chimney Sweeper poems
"among the most disturbing"
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"a devastating and concise political analysis"

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Simon Korner on London

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"allegorises key stages of human life"

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"Alegorically, Blake's pastoral poem shows that tyranny has no place in society"

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"unfortunate children remain subject to a grim form of authoritarian governance"

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