“The Tyger” was written by William Blake in 1794. The first line of the poem indicates that the poem is addressed to the "Tyger." The repetition "Tyger, tyger" in the first line is creating an impression of reading a song- like poem. By reading the first lines I feel that this poem if obviously about way more than the largest cat. The line "burning bright”, is a metaphor that Blake is using to describe the appearance of a Tiger as they have fire like orange skin or it could be the description of the kind of energy and power that a tiger has. Lines 3 and 4 are leading towards the main idea and question raised in the poem: what "immortal" existence or power is able to produce a creature like Tiger. Blake mentioned, "Immortal hand or eye," talking about sight and handwork which is in reference to God. The second stanza of the poem talks about where the Tiger was created and it continues to create imagery of the Tiger in my mind as a powerful, big creature. Blake used the terms "distant deeps or skies", he may be referring to an unearthly place, possibly "deeps" as in Hell and “skies” as in Heaven. The poet is trying to say that a Tiger is such a large, powerful, mysterious animal and its creator must be large, powerful and mysterious also. In the poem the writer continuously talk about the divine and supreme creator and how the Tyger was created, for example in the lines where he states, “And what shoulder, & what art could twist the sinews of thy heart?” Blake clearly means that no kind of human strength or skill could produce the Tyger. The poem is very rhythmic, creating song like feeling. I noticed that the poem contains six quatrains which are the four-line stanzas and each quatrain has two couplets which is a couple of rhyming lines. The poet is raising questions such as, who produced the tiger? The Satan? Or the same generous and loving God who created the lamb? As I read the whole poem I realized that the poem is more about the creations of God or Creator of the Tiger than the tiger itself. Humans cannot deny the creations of God. “The fearful symmetry” in the last stanza of the poem represents that both good and evil exist in this world.
The poem “The
Journal Number Two; Prompt Three
In the novel, The Scarlet Letter, by Nathaniel Hawthorne, Dimmesdale has a great fear that the towns people will find of his sin of adultery with Hester Prynne. Dimmesdale believes that his soul could not take the disclosure as he is such an important figure in society. Furthermore by not confessing his sin to the public he becomes overwhelmed with guilt that is exacerbated by the torture of Roger Chillingworth. Although…
Module Two Reflection Journal
By Shanshan Zhang
What I have learned
After reading Chapter 2 in Foundations for Multilingualism in Education and Chapter 2 in Myths and Realities, I have learned that how contact between speakers of different languages has developed historically. It also presents the two arguments .One is supporting the maintaining the linguistic diversity and the other one is encouraging a monolingual norm. The causes of the bilingualism or multilingualism are two ways. One is that…
Journal articles are one of the ways in which psychologists in the field communicate with one another about their research findings. It is important to be able to identify the main findings, decipher the research methods, and understand the implications of the research. Additionally, it is important to be able to recognize the differences, strengths, and weaknesses between correlational and experimental research.
You will select two research articles from peer-reviewed journals…
All journal entries from source document data
Using a file with the correct journals provided:
Journal entries posted to the general ledger and subsidiary ledgers
Subsidiary ledgers reconciled to control accounts
Using a file with a correct trial balance
There are two objectives in this assignment:
Complete the diversity journals that begin on page 389. The diversity journal is the perforated pages found at the back of the textbook. If you don’t have this then utilize the information at the end of this document.
When you turn in your journal, YOU MUST INDICATE HOW MANY JOURNAL ENTRIES YOU COMPLETED AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE.
Worth: 80 points, 10 points each
• You must complete 8 of these 13 journals for the 80 diversity journal points or fewer…
work BSHS 322 Week 1 Individual Journal Entries Text Exercises contains:
Communication Skills for the Human Services Professional
Health Care - General Health Care
· Complete the following exercises in the text, using your journal for all exercises: 3.11, 4.2…
In this assignment I will list ten references that related to my programme of study; the references will include five peer review reference, two textbox references, two website references and one other type of reference which will be a YouTube video.
1. Amanda Sinclair. (1993). Approaches to organisational culture and ethics. Journal of Business Ethics. 12 (1), 1.
2. Tariq Ashraf. (2004). the International Information & Library Review. Information technology and public policy: a socio-human…
the week missed.
Make up assignments are to be completed within two weeks of the absence, unless an extension is
cleared with the professor and the GSM director. Make-up work will be evaluated as designated
below. Failure to complete the work at an acceptable level will result in a one-letter reduction of the
final course module grade for each event. Please follow the instructions below for absence make-up.
Paper title: Journal Reading Reports
Topic: Refer to the legend below to determine the…
The Perpetual Method of Merchandise Accounting
As you may recall from the introduction to accounting for a merchandise business, there are two (2) methods:
1. Periodic, and
We now will learn how the perpetual method of accounting varies from the periodic method.
Essentially, you will find that the two methods differ only when the “costing” of inventory occurs.
Basis for the Perpetual Method
The name perpetual is a reference to the fact that the merchandise inventory…
READING ASSIGNMENT: DIALOGUE JOURNAL (Project Grade)
A good reader summarizes what s/he has read, asks questions of the text, supports what s/he thinks about the text by citing passages from the text, and links what the reader has read to personal experiences and other things the reader has read. A Dialogue Journal helps facilitate this conversation/interaction with the text.
1. Setting up the Dialogue Journal is simple. Divide a page in your journal in two columns, labeled as follows: on…