Analysis of three poems; how their ideas & style demonstrate principles of Romanticism.
William Blake was a poet and artist who lived in London during the eighteenth century. He was, however, unappreciated during his lifetime. Blake was an innovator in both of his arts and found a way to combine them. In addition to his poetry and his art, Blake was also unique for his visions, which he experienced all of his life. Blake was influenced by other many other artists and other writers in both forms of his art. The events that shaped his life also influenced the forms that both his art and his poetry took. Blake remained, however, true to his own vision of the direction his art should take.