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    A personal interpretation of Blake's "The Tyger" is offered.

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    In sum, my own interpretation of Blake's "The Tyger" primarily deals with Blake's questioning of existence of good and evil in our world and of/by God, the creator. For example, Blake repetitively questions, "What immortal hand or eye /Dare frame thy fearful symmetry? " These ponderings seem to indicate how Blake aspires to know God's primary rationales for bestowing his creations with certain personalities or traits, thus likening the tiger ...

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    300 words of personal reader response offers an interpretation of Blake's "The Tyger."