‘The Tyger’ and ‘The lamb’ belong to Blake’s celebrated volumes of poetry- Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience respectively. The child’s simplicity and the adult’s sagacity are remarkably balanced and harmonized in them. Comparative view of both songs-
‘The Lamb’ has belongs to Songs of Innocence, as the Songs in volume are intended for the expression of the spontaneity of joy and freedom, simplicity and purity, in childhood. Blake here appears to be a pioneer in literature for children. “The Tyger” has belongs to Songs of Experience are poles asunder from the songs of innocence. The speakers in the two poems have different notions of the Deity and the divine nature. The speaker in The Tyger concei...